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- Tue, 04 Jun 2019 04:04:38 +0000: Steelers' Smith-Schuster attends prom with fan - www.espn.com - NFL
A Pennsylvania-area high school student needed someone to go to prom with after his date broke up with him, and JuJu Smith-Schuster obliged.
- Tue, 04 Jun 2019 03:13:26 +0000: Sources: Vikes' COO Big Ten's 1st black commish - www.espn.com - NFL
Kevin Warren will replace longtime Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany, who in March announced his plans to retire in 2020 after 30 years with the league.
- Tue, 04 Jun 2019 02:47:15 +0000: Cards' Peterson surprise attendee at workout - www.espn.com - NFL
Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson made an appearance at the team's voluntary workout on Monday. He had previously missed the first two weeks of voluntary drills.
- Mon, 03 Jun 2019 23:04:55 +0000: Ex-Bucs DT McCoy chooses to play for Panthers - www.espn.com - NFL
Gerald McCoy left Baltimore thinking he might sign there, but Carolina wowed him during his visit last week and quarterback Cam Newton helped recruit the six-time Pro Bowler.
- Mon, 03 Jun 2019 17:34:06 +0000: Goodell: Four preseason games not necessary - www.espn.com - NFL
Roger Goodell believes four preseason games aren't necessary, and they don't meet the standard he expects from NFL play. The NFL commissioner doubled down on that stance Monday.
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- Fri, 17 Jan 2020 08:15:06 +0000: NFL conference championship picks: a Chiefs-Packers Super Bowl? - NFL | The Guardian
We’re down to the final four teams on the road to Miami. And a marquee match-up between Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes is on the cards
What the Titans need to do to win: Ummm, avoid blowing a 24-0 lead? The Titans should bear in mind that, despite Patrick Mahomes’ heroic performance during last Sunday’s destruction of the Houston Texans, Ryan Tannehill and co are more than capable of beating the Chiefs. In fact, they did so in November, and that was with Mahomes playing at the height of his considerable powers. Back then Tennessee won the day by doing the simple things well: Tannehill was interception-free, special teams chipped in with a blocked field goal in the 35-32 victory and Brett Kern pinned the Chiefs back in their own territory with a 51.0-yard punting average. And then of course there was Derrick Henry, who ran for 188 yards, with the Titans outrushing the Chiefs by 225 yards to 97. Side note: Andy Reid is 1-8 all time against the Titans.
Derrick Henry's last eight games:Continue reading...
1,273 rushing yards
Henry has set a new all-time record for most rushing yards in any 8-game stretch in NFL history.
- Thu, 16 Jan 2020 17:55:56 +0000: Police issue warrant for Odell Beckham after apparent buttock slapping incident - NFL | The Guardian
- NFL star appeared to slap security guard after LSU game
- Receiver also attracted attention for handing notes to players
New Orleans police have issued an arrest warrant for Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr after he appeared to slap a security officer on the buttocks earlier this week.
The NFL star was celebrating with members of the LSU Tigers in their locker room on Monday night after they beat Clemson to capture the college football national championship. A video has since emerged of Beckham apparently slapping the security guard, who has filed a complaint. Beckham played for the Tigers before joining the professional ranks in 2014.
Odell really spanked the cop pic.twitter.com/KVNijqK3bMContinue reading...
- Thu, 16 Jan 2020 14:37:09 +0000: Katie Sowers: 'The 49ers didn't hire me as a coach to make a point' - NFL | The Guardian
As part of the San Francisco staff, Katie Sowers has helped the team get within one win of the Super Bowl. She also has plans away from the field
Back in October, moments before the 49ers embarked on their Monday Night Football clobbering of the Cleveland Browns, a group of 49ers assistant coaches crammed into an elevator and headed up to their box at Levi’s Stadium. The elevator was silent; befitting of the game’s magnitude. About halfway up the ride, one of the coach’s phones buzzed, setting off his ringtone which, in a prophetic moment, happened to be DJ Khaled’s All I Do Is Win. Laughter ensued and the camaraderie of the assistant coaches was on display. It’s a promising crew that resembles most other NFL set-ups … with one notable exception.
Turn on any American network television show these days – be it a sporting event or The Bachelor – and it won’t take long for an omnipresent Microsoft commercial featuring an emerging 49ers coach to appear. The spot’s central figure is not head coach Kyle Shanahan, whose offensive wizardry has San Francisco one win away from a Super Bowl berth. Nor is it fiery defensive coordinator Robert Saleh, whose sideline antics have become social media fodder this season.Continue reading...
- Wed, 15 Jan 2020 17:51:23 +0000: The brilliant Luke Kuechly gave us a searing image of brain trauma - NFL | The Guardian
The abrupt retirement of the magnificently talented Carolina Panthers linebacker serves as a reminder we are all complicit in the trauma that football inflicts on players
Luke Kuechly, the magnificently talented Carolina Panthers linebacker who has announced his retirement at the age of 28, gave fans much to savour in his shortened career. It often seemed he was covering the entire field on his own, popping up everywhere to smother a running back or chase down the opposition’s star quarterback. If he wasn’t the best linebacker of his generation, he was close enough that it didn’t matter and the dizzying list of accomplishments during his shortened career speaks for itself: 2012 defensive rookie of the year, 2013 defensive player of the year, five All-Pro first teams, seven Pro Bowls, a Super Bowl appearance, league leading tackler twice, the leading overall tackler in the NFL since his debut for the Panthers nearly eight years ago. By all accounts, he was a gentleman off the field too, and the warm tributes of those who played with him, and against him, are a testament to that.Continue reading...
- Wed, 15 Jan 2020 08:15:07 +0000: The reborn Packers no longer need to rely on Aaron Rodgers' brilliance | Oliver Connolly - NFL | The Guardian
For years Green Bay depended on their quarterback hauling them to victory but head coach Matt LeFleur has changed that
The Green Bay Packers no longer need Aaron Rodgers to be Aaron Rodgers, and that has made them more dangerous than at any point since their last Super Bowl run in 2010.
The arrival of head coach Matt LeFleur has reconfigured the entire offense and the organization with it. Things still run through Rodgers, because he’s Rodgers. But the system is less reliant on his individual brilliance.Continue reading...