Archive for March, 2020

Titans Coach Mike Vrabel Shares His Thoughts On Jadeveon Clowney

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

Jadeveon Clowney went into the offseason expecting to land Aaron Donald or Khalil Mack money. But here we are in April, and Clowney remains unsigned. While the general consensus has been that Clowney will ultimately return to the Seattle Seahawks, he has apparently dropped his asking price, which has opened the field to some competitors.

Michael Brockers Opens Up About What Went Wrong With Ravens

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

The Baltimore Ravens thought they had a three-year agreement with free-agent defensive tackle Michael Brockers once the legal tampering period opened on March 16. Instead, the deal fell apart when the Ravens offered concerns about Brockers’ ankle, and he re-signed with the Los Angeles Rams the same day the contract slipped through the cracks.

Steelers GM Sending Mixed Signals About Pittsburgh’s Backfield

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert does not seem 100 percent confident in James Conner’s ability to stay on the field. When asked about Conner and the Steelers’ backfield, Colbert said the following: “We’re confident he will be prepared physically to face that challenge,” said Colbert, according to Dale Lolley of DK Pittsburgh Sports. That won’t be a question.

Steelers GM Shares His Thoughts On Eric Ebron

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

The Pittsburgh Steelers added a major piece to their aerial attack this offseason, bringing in tight end Eric Ebron on a two-year deal in free agency. The Steelers did not exactly get much production from their tight ends this past year, so general manager Kevin Colbert is looking forward to what Ebron is going to bring to the table in 2020: “There’s definitely athleticism, there’s red zone production, there’s run after the catch,” Colbert said of Ebron, according to Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com.

What Old Bill Belichick Scouting Reports Indicate About Cam Newton’s Future

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

And the more Colin Cowherd analyzed the requirements for the quarterback position, the less he believes Newton will become a Patriot. No. for a quarterback is to make good decisions — then arm and size and toughness, leadership.

Oklahoma State CB A.J. Green Is Preparing For The Draft Under Quarantine!

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

Oklahoma State CB and NFL Draft prospect A.J. Green joins Doug Gottlieb on The Doug Gottlieb Show to discuss his unique preparation for the Draft and shutting down one of the nation's best wide receivers earlier this year! Green shares his thoughts on the Netflix documentary 'Tiger King'!

Giants Were Serious Contender For Anthony Harris

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

Two weeks of free agency have come and gone without any movement. The New York Giants and Cleveland Browns were among several of the serious suitors interested in Harris, according to league sources, but he remains with the Vikings. It’s possible that the asking price is too high — what Minnesota wants in return for a trade and the salary Harris would like on a long-term deal.

Diontae Johnson Makes Incredibly Bold Statement About Steelers

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

The Pittsburgh Steelers went just 8-8 and missed the playoffs this past season, mainly due to the fact that they had one of the most anemic offenses in the NFL. Of course, the Steelers’ lack of offensive production was largely due to their problems under center, as Ben Roethlisberger was knocked out for the season in Week 2. That left the quarterback position to Mason Rudolph and Devlin Hodges, neither of which were able to deliver.

Raiders Restructure Rodney Hudson’s Contract

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

The Las Vegas Raiders are restructuring Pro Bowl center Rodney Hudson’s contract in the hopes of spreading his cap hit over a number of years. Las Vegas reportedly converted Hudson’s base salary into a signing bonus, freeing $9.28 million in cap space for 2020 as general manager Mike Mayock hopes to build on what has already been a busy offseason (via Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk): Field Yates of ESPN reports that the team has converted $11.6 million of his fully guaranteed base salary into a...

Panthers: 5 best free-agency signings in Carolina history

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

The Carolina Panthers have only been around since 1995, and even though they haven’t won a Super Bowl, they have found a lot of success. A big reason for the Panthers’ success has been some of the free agency signings they have brought in. Let’s break down the five best free-agency signings in Panthers’ history.