Extra Pts 02/18: Antonio Brown calls out his team, Russell WIlson is still corny& Ben Affleck's kid doesn't care about the Pats
Throughout plenty of speculation that the Arizona Cardinals could draft a quarterback instead of keep Josh Rosen, new head coach Kliff Kingsbury says it just, "comes with the territory. When somebody has the No. 1 pick it comes with a lot of intrigue and a lot of hype and both those guys are tremendous players."
A look at the Atlanta Falcons' social media guy -- he's probably so tired of me by now.
Baltimore Ravens' new offensive coordinator Greg Roman for some reason thinks he's going to build a more balanced offense in 2019. "The best thing we can do is be able to fight with both hands." Hopefully both of those hands are holding onto the ball.
The Buffalo Bills released TE Charles Clay, which shouldn't surprise anyone. His playing time decreased as the season went on, and he was even a healthy scratch in Week 16.
Colin Kaepernick's lawyer Mark Geragos predicts that if he were to play in the NFL again (which I think he should), one of the teams that would be willing to take a chance on him would be the Carolina Panthers. He would join his friend Eric Reid. And the Panthers should be looking for someone to come in with Cam Newton on the mend.
Fans missing football aren't the only ones watching the Alliance of American Football League -- the Chicago Bears' scouts are also keeping a close eye on the games.
Because it isn't the offseason until a Cincinnati Bengals player is arrested. RB Mark Walton was arrested this weekend after an argument with a couple in a parking garage. Walton was charged with battery.
A look at some of the options the Cleveland Browns have regarding Greg Robinson's contract.
Among those who are likely to be franchised, Dallas Cowboys DE DeMarcus Lawrence.
Elvis Dumervil calls the Denver Broncos' signing of Joe Flacco 'definitely desperate,' which is funny considering the only thing I can think of when I think of Dumervil's time in Baltimore is a fax machine.
The Detroit Lions released veteran S Glover Quin, after he started all 96 Lions games within his six seasons with the team.
The Green Bay Packers are still loading up their 2019 coaching staff, adding two offensive assistants.
Former Houston Texans WR Demariyus Thomas was involved in a minor car accident over the weekend. Everyone in the vehicle, which was a rollover, is expected to be okay. More details about the crash can be found here.
The Indianapolis Colts' stadium, Lucas Oil Stadium, was named the NFL's No.1 ranked stadium. Following Indy was Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium and Atlanta's stadium that has a Chick Fil A in it but it doesn't open on Sundays.
Jacksonville Jaguars CB Jalen Ramsey hinted at a contract extension, after the Jags extended their kicker.
Former Giants Super Bowl Champion Sam Madison is likely to join Steve Spagnuolo and the Kansas City Chiefs as an assistant coach.
Jaylen Watkins and the Los Angeles Chargers have agreed to terms on a one-year deal. The safety tore his ACL in a preseason game last season.
Patriots LB Kyle Van Noy said on Pardon My Take (big Js) that he couldn't believe the Los Angeles Rams didn't try to do more to stop them in this years' Super Bowl. “I couldn’t believe that. They really didn’t do one wrinkle. I was like, ‘What the hell?’ They’ve got so many good players. They’ve got so many things they’ve done all year, and the one play they gave us which was a wrinkle was the Cooks screen that hit for a little bit. And that was it.”
The Miami Dolphins are hiring former Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie as a senior executive. He'll assist Dolphins GM Chris Grier do whatever it is they do in the Dolphins' front office.
Minnesota Vikings RB Latavius Murray is likely to test the free-agent market shortly, and he'll have offers from teams looking to have a reliable back. Here is an idea of what his market could be like.
Ben Affleck's son is my true hero -- he told his annoying New England Patriots fan father that he didn't give a shit about the Patriots and basically had to redecorate his entire bedroom.
New Orleans Saints RB (maybe not for long) Mark Ingram has some lofty goals before he hangs up his cleats. He wants not only a Super Bowl ring, but 10,000 rushing yards.
The New York Giants need some fixing, and here's a few suggestions about how to do it.
Former New York Jets QB Christian Hackenberg sucked again in the AAF.
The Ravens aren't the only ones who have bad luck with WRs. Here are five WRs that the Oakland Raiders could sign in free agency.
Philadelphia Eagles S Malcolm Jenkins had something to say about the Kaepernick settlement. And he isn't wrong.
I feel like every day that goes by, the Pittsburgh Steelers do something to embarrass themselves. Yesterday, Antonio Brown took to Twitter to not only call out his coach, but his quarterback too.
The San Francisco 49ers are expected to release veteran receiver Pierre Garcon. Classic case of more due money than he's worth.
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson is still corny. This is just too much.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston basically admitted he tuned out his coaches after being benched. What a guy.
Tennessee Titans DB Jurrell Casey says of all QBs Andrew Luck is his "nemesis." Interesting choice.
Supposedly the Washington Redskins were also interested in Joe Flacco before it was released that he would be traded to Denver. Thank god -- Joe dodged a bullet.
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