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Category Archives: Los Angeles Rams
Bills coach Sean McDermott finally addressed wide receiver Zay Jones’ naked arrest, calling it “an unfortunate situation.” McDermott spoke with reporters at the NFL Coaches Breakfast in Orlando, Fla., Tuesday morning, where he discussed Jones’ status with the team. “Look, … Continue reading
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert insisted this week ‘that despite some conflict and uncertainty, Le’Veon Bell will be with the team in 2018. [H]e’ll be a Pittsburgh Steeler in 2018, Colbert said this week on PFT Live at the … Continue reading
During the past few years, rising caps and carryovers from previous eras have mostly mitigated the problem of the NFL team that spends too much in free agency. Just ask how the Jaguars are feeling about springing for corner A.J. … Continue reading
There are two gadget plays you probably remember from the Super Bowl. One was the now immortalized Philly Special. The other is the drop by Tom Brady on his own reception attempt. But there was a third attempted by New … Continue reading
Billionaire David Tepper, who has a five-percent stake in the Steelers, is the frontrunner to purchase the Panthers, NFL.com reported. Tepper, 60, is the founder and president of Appaloosa Management, a global hedge fund firm based in Miami Beach. He’s … Continue reading
As Rock M. Nation notes, four weeks from now would be Jan. 10, when Mizzou has a home game against Georgia. On Nov. 26, just days after the surgery, Porter questioned the original timeline in a Snapchat post, writing whoever … Continue reading
Yeah, so I’m in the middle of sort of a little bit of throwing, but strengthening and preparing my shoulder to be able to handle the throw load that is part of being an NFL quarterback, Luck said. So the … Continue reading
Howley is the only Super Bowl MVP from a losing team, on the Cowboys’ side in a mutually ugly 16-13 loss to the Baltimore Colts.
Howley did record two interceptions in the game, but it wasn’t like the Colts, even with QBs Johnny Unitas and Earl Morrall struggling as much Dallas’ Craig Morton, didn’t have a worthy winning offensive candidate. That was Mackey, the transcendent … Continue reading