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Pats Pulpit May 1, 2016

Watch UDFA D.J. Foster Tell His Grandma He Signed with the Patriots

You'll be rooting for him after you watch this video. The New England Patriots are busy signing undrafted free agents (follow along with our tracker list here) and they're adding athletes to the offense. Arizona State's D.J. Foster finished his college career with 2,355 rushing yards and 18 rushing touchdowns, and 2,458 receiving yards and 14 receiving touchdowns. He was a 1,000+ yard rusher and picked up 1,769 yards from scrimmage in 2014 and posted over 500 receiving yards in each season. He gained over 1,000 yards from scrimmage in each of his first three years in college. He's also been...

Will Raiders select running back, even with Latavius Murray?

Will Raiders select running back, even with Latavius Murray? Why is a team with a Pro Bowl running back looking for a running back? Oakland’s Latavius Murray (6-foot-3, 230 pounds) ran for 1,066 yards last season, but the second-leading rusher was quarterback Derek Carr (138 yards) and the Raiders were 28th overall in rushing. The Ohio State running back believes he will be chosen among the first 13 picks, with some experts having him as high as fourth to the Cowboys. Former Raiders running back and NFL Network analysts Maurice Jones-Drew thinks it’s a no-brainer. Raiders general...
Arrowhead Pride Apr 13, 2016

Chiefs a Super Bowl 51 favorite? Ask Maurice Jones-Drew

Here's to hoping Maurice Jones-Drew is a very, very accurate analyst. The former Jaguars running back now works for NFL Network and when asked for his Super Bowl 51 favorite, MJD named your KC Chiefs. He talked about Alex Smith, Jeremy Maclin and the return of Jamaal Charles being a plus. "The biggest loss they had was Sean Smith going to the Raiders," MJD said. "I get it but you can draft a guy. Because the way this draft is setting up is defensively." Even MJD knows all the mock drafts are picking cornerback for the Chiefs. "You have Marcus Peters there. Houston is down...
Niners Nation Apr 5, 2016

NFL Network's Maurice Jones-Drew ranks Chip Kelly the worst head coach in NFL

The reasoning for some of the bottom rankings is odd. The 2016 NFL Draft is still three weeks away, and with Pro Days coming to a close and free agency down to just crumbs, NFL Network has to come up with content. Monday evening, they put together a mock draft of NFL head coaches. Elliott Harrison and Maurice Jones-Drew each put together their mock drafts, and it got a little bit interesting. Harrison went first, and his bottom 5 were (starting with worst) Mike Mularkey, Doug Pederson, Gus Bradley, Ben McAdoo, and Jeff Fisher. MJD then put his bottom 5 as follows: Chip Kelly, Adam Gase, Ben...

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