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Boston Herald Jul 31, 2015
Guregian: Still room for Patriots’ receiving corps to grow

Guregian: Still room for Patriots’ receiving corps to grow

FOXBORO - One of the toughest positions to crack on the Patriots roster is wide receiver.It’s not that the Pats are stacked with a fleet of Pro Bowl caliber receivers like the Broncos, Packers, Giants, Falcons or Steelers.But what they do have at the top end of the depth chart works quite well in Josh McDaniels’ offense. More importantly, those receivers click with Tom Brady.
Boston Herald Aug 1, 2015
Still plenty of WR spots available for Patriots

Still plenty of WR spots available for Patriots

FOXBORO — One of the toughest positions to crack on the Patriots roster is wide receiver.It’s not that the Pats are stacked with a fleet of Pro Bowl caliber receivers like the Broncos, Packers, Giants, Falcons or Steelers.But what they do have at the top end of the depth chart works quite well in Josh McDaniels’ offense.More importantly, those receivers click with Tom Brady.
Plain Dealer 20 hours ago
Pro Football Hall of Fame 2015 inductee profile: Jerome Bettis (photos)

Pro Football Hall of Fame 2015 inductee profile: Jerome Bettis (photos)

Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Jerome Bettis began his career with the Los Angeles Rams, then won a Super Bowl with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Daily Norseman Aug 1, 2015

Vikings Listed As Super Bowl "Sleeper" By K.C. Joyner

As we sit one week away from the Minnesota Vikings taking the field against the Pittsburgh Steelers in this year's Hall of Fame game to start the NFL preseason, another article comes from behind the great E$PN In$ider paywall that gives a pretty favorable impression of this year's Vikings team. K.C. Joyner, known as The Football Scientist, has an article detailing three teams he's deemed as Super Bowl "sleepers" for this coming season. The Vikings are listed as one of those three teams, along with the Miami Dolphins and the New York Giants. Joyner lists three reasons for putting the...
A Sea Of Blue 16 hours ago

Bud Dupree's Pittsburgh Steelers Outlook

Dupree's transition from blue & white standout to black & gold stalwart should be seamless. When Bud Dupree was selected 22nd by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2015 NFL Draft, I was jubilant.  Both for myself, as a UK football and Steelers fan, and for Bud, who was drafted into a stable organization that is presently built to win and sports a staff, culture, and defensive scheme that will provide Dupree with an ability to develop into an elite NFL player and one day add a Super Bowl ring (or two) to his hand. For the benefit of Dupree fans, below is a cursory glance at who will be...

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