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ClutchPoints Jun 19, 2019
Former NFL QB Brett Favre says he’s not coming out of retirement, Instagram was hacked

Former NFL QB Brett Favre says he’s not coming out of retirement, Instagram was hacked

At this point, comeback rumors will be following Brett Favre around after he is in the grave. So, is it time for another Favre Watch? Probably not, but there were a few minutes when it looked like there was at least a chance that Favre was considering another run in the NFL. Favre, 49, announced […] The post Former NFL QB Brett Favre says he’s not coming out of retirement, Instagram was hacked appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Jun 19, 2019
Redskins’ Ereck Flowers to begin camp as starting left guard

Redskins’ Ereck Flowers to begin camp as starting left guard

Ereck Flowers flamed out as an offensive tackle in New York, so why not try him at guard? According to a report from the Washington Post, that’s exactly what the Redskins plan to do. “Oh, yeah, I think so,” Redskins assistant head coach Bill Callahan, who directs the offensive line, said during minicamp when asked whether […] The post Redskins’ Ereck Flowers to begin camp as starting left guard appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Pats Pulpit Jun 19, 2019
New England Patriots links 6/19/19 - Defense all-in on ‘simulated pressure’: It’s real, and it’s spectacular

New England Patriots links 6/19/19 - Defense all-in on ‘simulated pressure’: It’s real, and it’s spectacular

Daily news and links for Wednesday TEAM TALK Paul Perillo tackles this week’s Patriots Unfiltered Q&A: Summer musings and looking ahead. Touchdown in Israel III: Jerod Mayo assists his tour guide in Israel. (1.03 min. video) Patriots Unfiltered 6/18: Latest offseason topics surrounding the Patriots including up-to-date reports on Nick Caserio. (2 hour program) LOCAL LINKS Evan Lazar explores how the Patriots defense went all-in on ‘simulated pressure’, the latest innovation taking over the NFL - with New England leading the way. /Good read. Andy Hart discusses Pete Prisco’s...
Arrowhead Pride Jun 19, 2019
Dixon’s AP mailbag: Hardman starting, an undefeated team and the best Chiefs wrestler

Dixon’s AP mailbag: Hardman starting, an undefeated team and the best Chiefs wrestler

Let’s find out what Arrowhead Pride readers want to know this week... Welcome to Dixon’s Arrowhead Pride Mailbag, where I’ll do my best to answer your questions about the Kansas City Chiefs — and anything else that’s on your mind. If you have a question, you can hit my profile page to e-mail me, or ask me on Twitter. While you’re at it, please follow me on Twitter, too. On to your questions: Put aside who was drafted first. Who starts on offense first, Mecole Hardman or Darwin Thompson? — Rob Thanks for asking, Rob. I think Hardman has a better chance to start first. The...
NESN.com Jun 19, 2019

Where NFL.com Ranks Sony Michel Among League’s No. 1 Running Backs

Sony Michel showed quite a bit of promise in his rookie season with the New England Patriots. Despite missing three... Read More »
ClutchPoints Jun 19, 2019
Steelers’ rookie Devin Bush confident his size won’t be an issue in NFL

Steelers’ rookie Devin Bush confident his size won’t be an issue in NFL

Pittsburgh Steelers first-round pick Devin Bush won’t be the biggest linebacker to ever set foot on an NFL field. But, then again, he’s used to that. At 5-foot-11 and 234 pounds, Bush is a bit undersized compared to some of his compatriots across the league, but he enters the NFL after an ultra-productive career at Michigan […] The post Steelers’ rookie Devin Bush confident his size won’t be an issue in NFL appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Pewter Plank Jun 19, 2019

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Breaking down pass rushing depth

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will need their young pass rushers to step up in 2019 to fill the void of their leader in sacks from a year ago. In what looked like it could be one of the deeper groups on the roster of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the pass rushers will have to step […] Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Breaking down pass rushing depth - The Pewter Plank - The Pewter Plank - A Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
ClutchPoints Jun 19, 2019
Panthers’ DT Gerald McCoy expects ‘greatness’ from Carolina defense

Panthers’ DT Gerald McCoy expects ‘greatness’ from Carolina defense

Gerald McCoy knows this Panthers’ defense is capable of big things. Its why he came to Carolina in the first place. With the veteran defensive tackle aboard, the expectations for Carolina’s defense are high. And when asked on WFNZ’s Wilson & Parcell what his own expectations are, McCoy made it clear the bar is set high. […] The post Panthers’ DT Gerald McCoy expects ‘greatness’ from Carolina defense appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Just Blog Baby Jun 19, 2019

Oakland Raiders: Is Darren Waller suited to take on the pass catching TE role?

The Oakland Raiders entered the offseason with a plan of re-signing Jared Cook, but those plans went south quickly, as he landed in New Orleans. How will the Raiders look for similar production at tight end position without Cook on the roster? The Raiders approach training camp with an abundance of tight ends, however none […] Oakland Raiders: Is Darren Waller suited to take on the pass catching TE role? - Just Blog Baby - Just Blog Baby - An Oakland Raiders Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
GMEN HQ Jun 19, 2019

Why Daniel Jones will fare better than Dave Brown

New York Giants fans who remember the Dave Brown days winced when they heard the team was high on another quarterback from Duke in this year’s NFL Draft. “Anyone but Daniel Jones”, were the words that were used on my podcast, The Giants Guys, before this year’s NFL Draft. We had heard rumors that the […] Why Daniel Jones will fare better than Dave Brown - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Field Gulls Jun 19, 2019
Century Links 6/19: Who Will Step Up in Frank Clark’s Absence?

Century Links 6/19: Who Will Step Up in Frank Clark’s Absence?

Read! Sign up for the Seaside Joe newsletter!In addition to the great content you'll see on Field Gulls every day, sign up for a daily newsletter to come to your email every morning that will be a short and sweet post, thought, stat, quote, musing by Kenneth or one of his guests that requires little thought or commitment. Just a good way to bring a Seahawks companion to your morning of sippin' joe by the seaside. Seahawks' top pick Collier: 'Big shoes to fill' with Frank Clark gone - seattlepi.com Seahawks who can have most impact with breakout season: DE Jacob MartinThe Seahawks have a few...
Fantasy Football 2019: New England Patriots Preview

Fantasy Football 2019: New England Patriots Preview

Expect more fantasy fireworks from the champs' running game than their pass attack
12th Man Rising Jun 19, 2019

Seahawks battles: Shaquem Griffin versus Barkevious Mingo

The Seahawks are loaded at linebacker. But some one has to go. Will is be Barkevious Mingo or Shaquem Griffin or someone else? The Seahawks are set at linebacker. Not only do they have the great Bobby Wagner at linebacker but they also have K.J. Wright. And most likely Mychal Kendricks. But depth is a […] Seahawks battles: Shaquem Griffin versus Barkevious Mingo - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Cincy Jungle Jun 19, 2019
Bengals News (6/19): Looking closer at Brandon Johnson’s return to Bengals as a summer intern

Bengals News (6/19): Looking closer at Brandon Johnson’s return to Bengals as a summer intern

Brandon Johnson used to play linebacker for the Bengals, but now he is a coaching intern looking to absorb as much information to take back to the high school team he’s in charge of. Marvin Lewis takes blame for ‘uncomfortable’ firing of Teryl AustinThat was the season Marvin Lewis lost his job after 16 years. It was also where a consistent strength under Lewis — the defense — fell off the map. Under the guidance of new coordinator Teryl Austin, the unit was on pace to allow the most average yardage of all time. Tight end C.J. Uzomah fine with more fun Cincinnati BengalsUzomah and...
Blogging The Boys Jun 19, 2019
Cowboys offseason only average? So says ESPN.

Cowboys offseason only average? So says ESPN.

Optimism takes a holiday over at the worldwide leader. In general, there has been a lot of optimism associated with the Cowboys offseason moves. The acquisitions of Robert Quinn and Randall Cobb look like bargain moves that could have a big impact. The elevation of Kellen Moore to offensive coordinator has been praised as a means to shake up an offense that is loaded with talent but has been underachieving in some respects. The draft, while not appearing to be an overwhelming knockout minus a first-round pick, has added pieces that should help. The Cowboys are also getting veterans Jason...

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