Posts Tagged ‘NFL’

New Raven Calais Campbell’s biggest challenge is battling age

Monday, March 30th, 2020

Campbell wants to make sure he’s honest with himself and always goes back to study his film from the previous year. He believes he’s in his “ultimate prime,” and his numbers back it up. Over the past two decades, Campbell is one of three players to total more than 200 tackles and 30 sacks with multiple touchdowns after the age of 30.

With additions of Gerald McCoy, Dontari Poe, Cowboys’ D gains new look

Monday, March 30th, 2020

When Bill Parcells took over as Dallas Cowboys coach in 2003, he was struck at the size of his new team's linebackers. For years, Parcells' linebackers were giants even when they were New York Giants. Big, strong and athletic.

The case for the Eagles drafting Jalen Reagor

Monday, March 30th, 2020

Let’s get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ... Jalen Reagor 2020 - Iggles Nest If the Eagles don’t add an explosive player and DeSean Jackson gets hurt again (which is a safe bet), the offense will be in the same position it was in 2019, with a lumbering, grinding offense and little room for error. Barring an unexpected move, my evaluation of the Eagles’ need at receiver is this: they need an explosive player with inside/outside versatility.

Cowboys news: “The Cowboys need to bite the bullet and pay Dak Prescott”

Monday, March 30th, 2020

Not only did the Cowboys get their prime years on cheap rookie contracts, but Dallas also signed each of those players to long-term, team-friendly extensions early in their careers. The Cowboys went from three of the biggest bargains to three of the most expensive players in football, and the true cost isn’t money: It’s depth and defense. In 2018, the Cowboys spent 29 percent of their adjusted salary cap on their offense.

Patriots players share Coronavirus-inspired message: ‘We are together even though we are apart’

Monday, March 30th, 2020

With Coronavirus cases skyrocketing in the United States — according to Johns Hopkins University, the country now has more than any other in the world at over 143,000 — the rules of social distancing and vigilant behavior remain of an utmost importance: staying at home if possible, limiting social contact and regularly washing hands are the keys to slowing the spread of Covid-19 and helping the vulnerable members of society.

Marcus Hayes: Carson Wentz, Fletcher Cox, Lane Johnson see larger leadership roles with exodus of veteran Eagles

Monday, March 30th, 2020

Marcus Hayes: Carson Wentz, Fletcher Cox, Lane Johnson see larger leadership roles with exodus of veteran Eagles The Eagles scraped away the last and most resistant residue of their old guard, and a new day has begun. In a little more than a month, the Eagles declined their options on safety Malcolm Jenkins and linebacker Nigel Bradham, and declined to re-sign left tackle Jason Peters. They left a vacuum of leadership.

NFL’s Ventell Bryant Arrest Video, Cop Says WR Bombed ‘Every Single’ DUI Test

Monday, March 30th, 2020

Dallas Cowboys WR Ventell Bryant took at least 3 DUI tests prior to his arrest this month -- and cops say he bombed ALL OF THEM ... and it's all on police video obtained by TMZ Sports. Bryant was pulled over in Tampa, Fla.

Dak Prescott and the Cowboys continue contract negotiations

Monday, March 30th, 2020

FRISCO, Texas (WTOK) After placing the exclusive franchise tag on former Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott earlier this month, the Cowboys and Prescott have reportedly resumed contract negotiations. According to an article from the Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys have presented Prescott with a five-year proposal that would make him the NFL’s highest paid player.

Xavier Rhodes: ‘The Sky’s The Limit’ With New Colts Opportunity

Monday, March 30th, 2020

INDIANAPOLIS - Signed by the Colts to a free agent deal on Friday, All-Pro cornerback Xavier Rhodes today joined Colts.com's Matt Taylor to chat about what he brings to the table as a player and a leader, as well was reuniting with a couple former coaches from his time with the Minnesota Vikings. Here are some highlights from that conversation, which you can listen to in its entirety above: » Rhodes will be reuniting with two former coaches instrumental to his success with the Vikings: Alan Will...

NFL Trade Rumors: Peter King pegs Eagles as best landing spot for Brandin Cooks

Monday, March 30th, 2020

He listed the Eagles as the No. best landing spot for Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Brandin Cooks, who is believed to be on the trade block. My best landing spots for Cooks: 1 Philadelphia, for the 53rd pick in the draft.