the chargers will move on from philip Rivers.
The Los Angeles (or San Diego, both count) Chargers are moving on from quarterback Philip Rivers in 2020, and can we all just say....... finally.
Rivers will become a free agent this offseason, and he's already moved his giant family to Florida, so are we thinking retirement? He said he'd play for another team, but how realistic is that? Too many teams need to start fresh, I don't see a lot of teams scrambling for a 38-year-old QB. I have a gut feeling this is it for Rivers.
The other option would be for Rivers to be a "bridge QB" for a younger guy to learn behind, which could be fun for them if they're into yelling, throwing picks, and that sort of thing.
As for the Chargers, some think they have New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady lined up, which would be utterly hilarious, but I think they're starting over. It's time.
cleveland has a gm.
The Cleveland Browns hired a new general manager on Monday -- former Philadelphia Eagles exec Andrew Berry.
Is this it? Do the Browns finally have hope? How many times do they have to try for things to align?
I like Berry, he has Maryland ties (sup?), and he's accomplished a lot in the football world at such a young age. But the Browns are a very large burrito bowl to eat in one sitting, if you know what I mean.
new york gets back to the kitchens.
In more sort-of-Browns-news, former Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens is joining the New York Giants as their tight ends coach.
Well, we already know he's not a great head coach, so why not? This is a chance for Kitchens to get back to what he knows -- he coached tight ends in the past -- and not have to lead an entire team, which was what hurt him in the end.
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