Daniel Jones: Take the Leap, or Take a Flying Leap? Ask Ryan Tannehill

July 25th, 2021

The single biggest issue facing the 2021 New York Giants is whether Daniel Jones can become the type of franchise QB that teams expect when they use the #6 pick of the draft on them. Jones showed some promise in his first two years, but not enough to erase the doubts. You might say that this either will be the year that Jones "takes the leap," as is often stated, or the year after which the Giants will decline his 5th year option and tell him to go take a flying leap instead.

Philadelphia Eagles add CB Steven Nelson on 1-year deal

July 25th, 2021

PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Eagles bolstered their secondary on Sunday by signing veteran cornerback Steven Nelson to a 1-year contract. Nelson, 28, played his last two seasons with the cross-state rival Pittsburgh Steelers. He ended 2020 with three interceptions and 43 solo tackles in 15 games.

Former Chiefs CB Steven Nelson to sign one-year deal with Eagles

July 25th, 2021

The #Chiefs face the #Eagles at The Linc in Week 4 ?

Detroit Lions training camp preview: Could Penei Sewell’s arrival boost offensive line to NFL’s elite?

July 25th, 2021

The Detroit Lions have a new head coach and general manager. They have an almost entirely new staff that is installing new schemes on all sides of the ball. They have a new quarterback.

Miami Dolphins Jaylen Waddle is the highest-rated rookie WR in Madden 22

July 25th, 2021

The question now on everyone’s mind is what was Miami Dolphins rookie wide receiver Jaylen Waddle rated in comparison to the draft’s top prospects. Well, as you can see below, he’s the highest-rated rookie WR in Madden 22 AND the third-highest offensive rookie in the game. What does all of this mean?

The Ryan Pace Bracket Challenge Semifinal 2 (Management)

July 25th, 2021

On the management side of things, fans have mixed opinions of the work he has done in assembling a team that always seems to be “almost” ready to turn the corner. However, it’s also pretty clear that fans feel one side of the ball has been managed better than others. The candidates for his best two moves both involve defenders, and those players have defined the reinvented defense.

Report: Bengals Agree to Four-Year, $40 Million Extension With Sam Hubbard

July 25th, 2021

The Bengals are keeping one of their own. They're signing defensive end Sam Hubbard to a four-year, $40 million contract according to multiple reports. Hubbard, a Cincinnati native, has appeared in 44 games over the past three years for the Bengals.

Defending Super Bowl champs return to work and maybe some normalcy

July 25th, 2021

TAMPA — It was still early into the first training camp practice Sunday when Mike Evans caught a pass from Tom Brady along the sideline, took eight steps and leaped over a snow fence into the crowd of fans who rose to greet the Bucs receiver. With screams and pats on the back, Evans was helped back onto the playing surface. In that moment of sheer normalcy ? and maybe carelessness, given the ...

Ex-Patriot Kevin Faulk shared why he thinks Mac Jones can be successful in New England

July 25th, 2021

Former Patriots running back Kevin Faulk had a first-hand look at how good Patriots rookie Mac Jones could be when the quarterback was at the University of Alabama. Faulk, who’s coached at Louisiana State University since 2018, watched Jones tear the Tigers apart last season. Jones completed 20-of-28 passes and threw for 385 yards and four touchdowns in Alabama’s 55-17 rout over LSU.

Chiefs CB DeAndre Baker close to 100% healthy, out to prove he belongs in Kansas City

July 25th, 2021

Facing an entirely new challenge with a significant injury, Baker credits the Chiefs’ training staff for getting him back to this point. It was definitely frustrating, but Rick (Burkholder) and his staff, man, they get in and work every day,” Baker said. They got me to here and now I’m back on the field, ready to work.