rumor has it, brady is gonna be a free agent.
ESPN's Jeff Darlington sparked rumor mills everywhere when he said on Thursday that he'd be "stunned" if Tom Brady stayed with the New England Patriots in 2020.
Lemme just say I'm calling BS on this immediately. I think this is all a created ploy by those who do it best -- Robert Kraft and company. They know what they're doing here. This is the biggest storyline of the offseason by far, everyone has their feelers out, and they want every single fanbase to feel like they might possibly get Brady.
It's not happening, and you heard it here first.
travis kelce really stirred up some shit.
Kansas City Chiefs tight end, and current Super Bowl Champion Travis Kelce sparked a ton of backlash by saying something along the lines of how he's excited to go to the White House. Nowadays, that's the last place anyone should ever want to be, so it's understandable that a lot of people questioned this, and his sanity. To the point where everyone made him explain himself:
The only way I'd willingly go to the White House was if there was an open bar and if Justin Timberlake was there. Those are the only circumstances.
a punter had 25 bench press reps.
Arizona State punter Michael Turk had 25 bench press reps, which is un-heard of for a kicker (since they literally don't use their arms ever).
He can brag about that one for the rest of time.
chase claypool tells the haters to stfu.
Every season, we have these so-called "experts" who think certain players should switch positions because they can't possibly be good at the one that they've played for a long time. This year, one of those players was Notre Dame wide receiver Chase Claypool, who people thought should switch to tight end. This says otherwise.
and of course we have the 40.
The most talked-about combine drill is the 40. Henry Ruggs killed it with an unofficial 4.28.
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