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Dave Boling: For the Seahawks, no pick is a good pick

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For once, it all made sense.
It came together for the Seahawks without the analysts scratching their heads over what they were up to.
Nobody knows better than Seahawk general Phil Taylor Kids Jersey manager John Schneider that sometimes the best pick is the one you don’t make.
They not only moved out of the first round, they picked up three extra draft picks in the process — and still have plenty of talent to choose from when they get after it in Friday’s second and third rounds.
This may turn out to be the best first-round move the Seahawks made since they took Russell Okung and Earl Thomas in the first draft of the Schneider-Pete Carroll era, back in 2010.
Several times as we approached the draft, Schneider has used the double incentive for making any move at this point: Get younger, get cap room.
The draft is all about getting younger, and they can stand it at almost every unit on the team — except the offensive line. They’re too [gesperrt] there already, but the prospects available in the bottom of the first round weren’t going to offer immediate help anyway.
After Thursday’s dealing, the Hawks still have ahttp://www.authenticcowboyssale.com/shop-by-players-jaylon-smith-jersey-c-2_31.html solid pool of cornerbacks they might take, and even offensive linemen.
This was predictable for Schneider, who traded out of the lower part of the first round in three of the last four drafts.
Fact is, they’ve only had three other first-rounders since Okung and Thomas: James Carpenter, Bruce Irvin, and Germain Ifedi last season.
Neither Carpenter nor Irvin earned second contracts with the Seahawks.
Ifedi had mixed results as a rookie, but still has plenty of time to earn his draft position.
Truth, though, the Seahawks need talent at every position. They need gifted youth, and with the first pick, it needed to be somebody who can help right off. The bulk of their stars are on the back halves of their career.
I thought Washington’s Kevin King would be a great addition at cornerback late in the first. But high-ceiling cornerbacks will be available in the second round.
Linemen? I thought Western Kentucky’s Forrest Lamb could turn into a quick-ripening guard for the Hawks. But there’s time for guards.
This draft offered a bit of perspective on the Hawks’ picks of the past. In a pool of draftable quarterbacks that impressed few before the draft, and Junior Seau Youth Jersey left many seeing none being worth a first-round grade, three quarterbacks were taken in the first 12 selections.
Teams traded up, in one case, way up, to get those three quarterbacks.
Chicago traded four picks to move up just one spot to get North Carolina’s Mitchell Trubisky.
The Chiefs traded in the first round to move up 17 spots to pick Texas Tech’s Patrick Mahomes II, and Houston gave away next year’s first-round pick to move up to No. 12 to get Clemson’s Deshaun Watson.
How remarkable, then, was it to get franchise quarterback Russell Wilson in the third round of the 2012 draft?
We still need to carry over credit for http://www.officialvikingshop.com/shop-by-players-blair-walsh-jersey-c-2_32.html the genius of that pick as we set about grading John Schneider this year.
It makes Friday all the more interesting for Schneider and Carroll and the Seahawks fans.
This is one time where no pick was a good pick.
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Report: Bills host LB Justin Durant on [gesperrt] agent visit

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The Buffalo Bills reportedly kicked the tires on a veteran linebacker Thursday.
ESPN's Adam Caplan reported that theBrett Favre Youth Jersey team hosted Justin Durant on a [gesperrt] agent visit.
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Durant has 635 tackles, 4.5 sacks, three interceptions and 26 passes defensed in his career. If signed, he would serve as veteran linebacker depth if he makes the 53-man roster.
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Position Series: LB Position Has Young Talent, But All Eyes

Beitragvon Angel92 » 29.04.2017 08:18

Editor's Note: April is here, which means the first wave of [gesperrt] agency has passed and the NFL Draft is just around the corner. DallasCowboys.com’s 11-part series analyzes every position on the Cowboys’ roster at this point Carnell Lake Youth Jersey in the offseason: [gesperrt]-agent additions and subtractions, draft possibilities, returning players and question marks. The series continues with linebackers.)
Roster Holdovers: Sean Lee is coming off an All-Pro season and his second straight Pro Bowl selection. Staying healthy is obviously the key for him and it showed in a major way in 2016. Lee racked up 174 tackles, including a franchise-record 22 stops against the Giants. While the Cowboys are expecting big things from Damien Wilson, Anthony Hitchens and perhaps Mark Nzeocha, the main player on everyone’s mind is Jaylon Smith. After sitting out last year with a knee injury, Smith continues to be optimistichttp://www.coltsshopauthentic.com/shop-by-players-69-hugh-thornton-jersey-c-1_27.html in his rehab. While the Cowboys have not put a timetable on Smith’s return, fingers remain crossed that he can not only get on the field soon, but develop into the player he was projected to be coming out of last year’s draft. If Smith turns out to be a contributor, this linebacker position has a chance to flourish, especially if Lee remains healthy.
Free Agency Overview: The Cowboys lost a couple of players in [gesperrt] agency they chose not to re-sign in both Andrew Gachkar and Justin Durant. By drafting a linebacker in each of the last three years, the Cowboys have plenty of depth http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-nate-stupar-jersey-c-1_34.html already on the roster, putting this position on the backburner in [gesperrt] agency.
Draft Outlook: The same reasons the Cowboys had little interest in a linebacker in [gesperrt] agency might be the case for the draft as well. But there is much more upside in acquiring linebackers through the draft. While it’s unlikely they will add someone in the first round or second, after that is fair game at all positions. Linebackers are valuable because of their ability to play on special teams. Considering Gachkar is no longer on the roster, the Cowboys will probably add a linebacker in the middle rounds to add depth.
Time To Shine: While the obvious answer here is Smith, it’s still unknown when he will be cleared to practice at full strength. Until then, let’s focus on a guy such as Wilson, who is entering his third season and should compete for a starting job on the strong side. He’ll likely be asked to handle more special teams duties with his running ability and athleticism. Last year, Wilson started to play more and more on the Jeremiah Attaochu Youth Jersey base packages and nickel. He can fly to the football and is gaining a better understanding of Rod Marinelli’s scheme. This could be the year he shows the Cowboys the kind of player they were hoping for back in the 2015 draft.
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Marquette King warns Odell Beckham Jr. of Week 13 trolling

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Marquette King has identified his next http://www.officialvikingshop.com/shop-by-players-sam-bradford-jersey-c-2_8.html victim, and he just so happens to be one of the most electric characters in the NFL.
After the 2017 regular-season schedules dropped on Thursday, the Oakland Raiders punter tweeted at New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to warn him of the trolling coming his way in Week 13.
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King is a ruthless troll, and his antics went viral multiple times last season. He mocked the Ray Lewis dance at M&T Bank Stadium during a win over the Baltimore Ravens in Week 4. He rode an imaginary pony in front of a roaring crowd at the Oakland Coliseum, while the Raiders were whooping the Denver Broncos in Week 9.
In a Week 13 matchup with the Buffalo Bills, King turned his trolling to the officials, picked up a flag and used it as a prop to help accentuate a celebratory dance. A week later, he got into a heated exchange with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. Both incidents resulted in King being penalized 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct.
Beckham is known for his emotional instability, ashttp://www.authentic49ersshop.com/shop-by-players-tom-rathman-jersey-c-1_48.html his one-on-one battles with former Carolina Panthers and current Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman have highlighted his propensity for losing his cool. King may try to exploit that when the Raiders and Giants play each other in 2017.
King would be wise to tread lightly, though. You never know when OBJ will take one of his patented slant patterns to the house.
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"...ich war viel zu aufgeregt"

Beitragvon Angel92 » 29.04.2017 10:32

Vor ziemlich genau einem Jahr stand Moritz Böhringer in Deutschland voll im Fokus - als erster deutscher Receiver sowie als erster Spieler direkt aus Europa überhaupt wurde er gedraftet, SPOX war damals live dabei. Ein Jahr später blickt er auf seinen Draft zurück, gibt anderen Spielern aus Deutschland Tipps und berichtet, wie erhttp://www.authenticsteelerssale.com/shop-by-players-carnell-lake-jersey-c-2_52.html sich auf die neue Saison vorbereitet.
SPOX: Herr Böhringer - wie geht es Ihnen? Wie war die Offseason bislang, wie läuft das Training?
Moritz Böhringer: Mir geht es sehr gut. Ich bin jetzt wieder in Minneapolis, davor war ich zwei Wochen lang in Florida. Jetzt bin ich für die OTAs ("Organized Team Activities", d. Red.) zurückgekommen.
SPOX: In Florida hatten Sie sich ja vor einem Jahr auch auf den Draft vorbereitet, war das der Grund, zum Training erneut dorthin zu fliegen? Und waren Sie dann vor Ort auf sich alleine gestellt?
Böhringer: Ganz genau, ich kenne da die Einrichtungen. Ich war nicht alleine, nein, andere Spieler haben dort ebenfalls trainiert. Am Morgen habe ich dann immer Geschwindigkeitsübungen und Ausdauertraining absolviert, am Nachmittag dann andere Einheiten gemacht. Bevor ich nach Florida geflogen bin, habe ich in den Team-Einrichtungen meine Krafteinheiten gemacht. Da waren dann natürlich auch Mitspieler aus dem Team, mit denen habe ich auch ein wenig zusammen trainiert.
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SPOX: In Florida aber gab es dann auch Training in der Gruppe?
Böhringer: Da waren noch zwei andere Europäer, einer der beiden hat vorher Rugby gespielt und versucht es jetzt ebenfalls, in die NFL zu kommen. Der andere war hier am College. Mit den beiden habe ich auch zusammen trainiert und Übungen auf dem Feld gemacht - Routes laufen beispielsweise.
SPOX: Gibt es einen Aspekt, anhttp://www.authentic49ersshop.com/shop-by-players-ian-williams-jersey-c-1_24.html dem Sie besonders gearbeitet haben?
Böhringer: Das waren schon die Routes - und Bälle fangen. Die typischen Receiver-Sachen. (lacht)
SPOX: Und hatten Sie dafür vom Team Vorgaben bekommen? Oder haben Sie nach einem eigenen Plan trainiert?
Böhringer: Wir haben einen Plan für das Kraft- und Ausdauer-Training bekommen, daraus habe ich einige Dinge übernommen. Aber insgesamt habe ich schon eher nach meinem eigenen Plan gearbeitet. Was die Einheiten auf dem Platz angeht: Da bekommt man eigentlich keine Vorgaben.
SPOX: Rein auf das Route-Running bezogen: Gibt es da einen Punkt, an dem Sie besonders arbeiten müssen?
Böhringer: Generell geht es darum, einfach effektiver in meinen Routes zu sein und meine Arme richtig zu nutzen, solche Dinge. Diese Einheiten haben wir dann auch immer gefilmt und anschließend gemeinsam angeschaut, um die Routes zu analysieren. Das ist für mich eine gute Vorbereitung.
Böhringer nach der Saison im SPOX-Interview: "Ich war ziemlich unvorbereitet"
SPOX: Wie kann man sich dann unter dem Strich einen Trainings-Tag in der Offseason vorstellen?
Böhringer: In Florida haben wir ein wenig mehr gemacht: Los ging es wie gesagt mit Geschwindigkeits- und Ausdauer-Einheiten. Dann folgte das Krafttraining, dann die Routes. Am frühen Abend haben wir dann noch Übungen mit dem Ball gemacht. Ansonsten habe ich meistens morgens Krafttraining gemacht und am Nachmittag Routes trainiert.
SPOX: Die letzte Saison endete ja mit einem ziemlich dramatischen Spiel - wo haben Sie denn eigentlich den Super Bowl geschaut?
Böhringer: Ich war im Stadion! Jeder Spieler kann sich zwei Karten vom Team holen, und dann dachte ich mir: Einmal muss Jahri Evans Youth Jersey man da schon hingehen, einmal muss man den Super Bowl erleben - und als neutraler Zuschauer war das natürlich das perfekte Spiel. (lacht)
SPOX: Keine Frage! Allerdings rückt die kommende Saison schon wieder näher, als nächstes steht der Draft auf dem Programm - und vor einem Jahr standen Sie selbst noch im Mittelpunkt und wurden als erster Receiver aus Deutschland direkt in die NFL gedraftet. Was ist da bei Ihnen besonders in Erinnerung geblieben?
Böhringer: (überlegt) Also zunächst einmal vor dem Draft das viele Reisen zu allen möglichen Teams und sich bei verschiedenen Teams alles anzuschauen. Das war auf jeden Fall interessant. Der Draft-Tag selbst ist ein anstrengender Tag, sehr nervenaufreibend. Natürlich, wenn man dann ausgewählt wird, das ist ein großes Highlight.
SPOX: Haben Sie sich im Vorfeld irgendwelche Szenarien ausgemalt? Haben Sie vielleicht auf ein Team oder eine Runde geschielt?
Böhringer: Nein, ich habe es schon eher auf mich zukommen lassen - beim Draft kann man das ohnehin nicht wirklich sagen. Da kann alles Mögliche passieren. Dass ich tatsächlich gedraftet werde, habe ich erst erfahren, als die Vikings auch wirklich angerufen haben. Das war drei Spots bevor sie dran waren.
SPOX: Was hat das Team Ihnen dann gesagt? Einfach nur dass sie Sie nehmen, wenn Sie in drei Picks noch auf dem Board sind?
Böhringer: Also genau weiß ich es ehrlich gesagt nicht mehr, weil ich viel zu aufgeregt war. (lacht) Sie haben auf jeden Fall gesagt, dass sie mich gerne hätten - und dann haben sie mich ja auch geholt.
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SPOX: Hatten Sie im Vorfeld irgendwie erwartet, dass es einen so krassen Medien-Rummel um Sie geben könnte? An diesem dritten Draft-Tag standen Sie irgendwann ja schon deutlich im Mittelpunkt, auch beim NFL Network.
Böhringer: Sagen wir es so: Es war eine gute Geschichte, von daher verstehe ich es. Ich hätte mir vielleicht erhofft, dass es ein bisschen weniger Rummel gegeben hätte. Aber es ist eben so passiert, und ich hatte ja genügend Leute, die geholfen haben, all das zu kontrollieren und auch auszuwählen. Hätte ich das alles alleine regeln müssen, wäre es vermutlich doch deutlich komplizierter gewesen.
SPOX: Sie haben die Reisen zu den Teams bereits angesprochen, dazu kommen der Pro Day und generell diverse Gespräche rund um den Draft-Prozess. Dabei sind die Scouts durchaus bekannt dafür, auch mal verrückte Fragen zu stellen - war das bei Ihnen auch der Fall?
Böhringer: Da war eher nichts Verrücktes dabei, nein. Das lag wahrscheinlich auch daran, dass sie erstmal versucht haben, überhaupt irgendetwas über mich herauszufinden - die hatten eigentlich keinerlei Informationen. Sie wussten, dass die GFL mit den Top-Teams im College nicht vergleichbar ist, das war ihnen schon bewusst. Aber bei den Spielern, die aus dem College kommen, wissen die Teams ja nahezu alles. Bei mir haben sie eher allgemeine Fragen gestellt.
SPOX: Aktuell zeichnet es sich ja zunehmend ab, dass mehr junge Talente aus Deutschland und Europa generell versuchen, ihren Football-Traum in den USA zu verfolgen. Gibt es irgendetwas, das Sie diesen Spielern mitgeben könnten?
Böhringer: (überlegt) Hm, was die meisten machen: Sie zeigen dir Formationen und Spielzüge, und dann muss man sich den oder dieMatt Kalil Womens Jersey Namen merken und wiedergeben können - sie testen also, ob du in der Lage bist, das System zu verstehen. Ich musste dann die gleiche Formation erneut zeichnen oder sie auch spiegeln. Das waren etwa fünf bis zehn verschiedene Schaubilder insgesamt.
SPOX: Zum Abschluss: Mit dem nächsten Draft quasi vor der Haustür - verfolgen Sie den Draft eigentlich? Schaut man als Spieler beispielsweise, ob das Team auf der eigenen Position einen möglichen Konkurrenten holt?
Böhringer: Das weiß ich noch nicht, wenn ich ehrlich bin. Vielleicht schaue ich die erste Runde. Im Prinzip ändert es ja nicht wirklich was: Ich schaue mir am Ende die Ergebnisse an, dann sehe ich, wen das Team gedraftet hat. Im Endeffekt habe ich auf die Entscheidung ja allerdings ohnehin keinen Einfluss.
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Jerry Rice was one of the receivers when Jon Gruden worked o

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The 2017 NFL draft is a couple days away, and Matt-Kalil Authentic Jersey that means we get to rehash stories about Aaron Rodgers’ slide down the draft board in 2005. We’ve heard the stories over and over again, but I learned something new today.
ESPN put together an oral history of Rodgers’ draft-day slide, and one of the people involved was then former NFL head coach Jon Gruden. At the time, Gruden was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach, and they http://www.authentic49ersshop.com/shop-by-players-jimmie-ward-jersey-c-1_28.html held the No. 5 pick following a 5-11 season. Gruden and the Bucs elected to draft Carnell “Cadillac” Williams, and Rodgers slide from there.
In his interview for the ESPN oral history, Gruden talked about meeting Rodgers in the pre-draft process. They watched film, then did some gym work, and then went out for the field drills. Gruden brought along some players to put out there with Rodgers, and it turns out Jerry Rice was one of them. I googled that and found some articles a few years old talking about it. I had no idea that had been a thing. How did I miss it?
Gruden had a picture taken with Rodgers and Rice (and Peyton Manning was there too, for some reason). In the interview with ESPN, he joked aboutSteve Atwater Youth Jersey how he still has the picture hanging in the offices of the Fired Football Coaches Association, reminding him of why he was fired.
Here’s the picture!
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How much will Wynne's next budget cost Ontarians?

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You have to wonder how much of our money Premier Kathleen Wynne is willing to spend to win re-election next year.
By my calculations, the cost of Wynne’s Thursday budget speech to Ontario taxpayers was $9.3 billion, or $422.7 million per pageCarnell Lake Womens Jersey of Finance Minister Charles Sousa’s 22-page effort.
Given that, who knows how much it will cost taxpayers next April, considering that will be Wynne’s “pre-election” budget, shortly before the June, 2018 vote?
Here are my cost calculations and the reasoning behind them, based on announcements in Wynne’s 2017-2018 budget speech:
* $190 million over three years “to help create 40,000 new work-related learning opportunities.”
* $1.8 billion, the estimated annual government revenue, paid for by Ontarians in the form of higher retail prices on most goods and services, from Wynne’s cap and trade carbon pricing scheme.
* $80 million “to create the Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Network.”
* $19 million “to help our greenhouse farming sector invest in innovative technologies.”
* $2.5 billion over three years for Wynne’s “Fair Hydro Plan”, in which she’s using taxpayers’ money to subsidize the electricity bills of hydrohttp://www.authenticsteelersshop.com/shop-by-players-james-harrison-jersey-c-2_36.html ratepayers, despite the fact taxpayers and ratepayers are the same people.
* $20 million for “respite care to people who volunteer to care for a loved one.”
* $200 million for more daycare.
* $1.6 billion this year (based on $16 billion over 10 years) for new schools.
* $200 million over three years for “First Nation, Metis and Inuit ... post secondary education and training.”
* $465 million annually for a pharmacare program to provide [gesperrt] prescription drugs to all Ontario children from birth to 24 years of age.
* $150 million over three years for a minimum income pilot project for 4,000 low-income households in Hamilton, Thunder Bay and Lindsay.
* $1.3 billion over three years “to reduce (medical) wait times.”
* $518 million “booster shot” for hospitals.
* $85 million over three years for home care.
* $200 million “to improve the energy efficiency of our schools.”
No doubt some of this spending is worthwhileDwayne Allen Youth Jersey and, to be fair, some of it overlaps.
For example, the $1.8 billion in annual revenue from cap and trade will presumably help pay for the $200 million spent to improve energy efficiency in schools.
Taxpayers will also receive partial returns from some programs, such as Wynne’s “Fair Hydro Plan”, which lowers electricity rates.
That said, all this assumes all the money to be spent on these programs will go where the Wynne government says it will go, in the amounts and during the time frames specified.
On that score, remember it was the Liberal government of Dalton McGuinty, in which Wynne was a senior cabinet minister, that told us the cost of cancelling two controversial gas plants in Oakville and Mississauga prior to the 2011 election, which the opposition parties dubbed “the Liberal seat saver program”, would be $230 million over 20 years.
That turned out to be up to $1.1 billion, according to the auditor general.
That’s not to mention all the otherhttp://www.authenticsteelerssale.com/shop-by-players-deangelo-williams-jersey-c-2_66.html Liberal spending scandals — eHealth, Ornge, green energy, smart meters — where costs soared beyond estimates.
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Chargers' Dwight Lowery says Joey Bosa has Hall of Fame pote

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One of the many players pleased Joey Bosa arrived on the practice field this week for the Los Angeles Chargers was safety Dwight Lowery.
Not only did the 10-year veteranCameron Jordan Kids Jersey benefit from the edge rusher’s surprisingly dominant performance as a rookie last season, he expects more seasons like that from the Ohio State product in the years to come.
“I think he’s got Hall of Fame potential,” the usually reserved Lowery said. “And that’s after seeing him play just a couple games and seeing him practice. Just his size and physical attributes, he can be as good as he wants to be. And hopefully he makes the right decisions along the way and things of that nature. And hopefully he’s able to stay healthy throughout his whole career.”
Bosa missed all of training camp last year due to a contract dispute over signing bonus money and offset language. On his first day of practice after signing his rookie deal in September, Bosa suffered a hamstring injury that forced him to miss the first four game of the season.
Even still, Bosa finished with 10.5 sacks in 12 games, earning Associated Press Defensive Rookie of the Year honors. Bosa’s 10.5 sacks was tops among rookies last season.
Bosa finished the season with at least half a sack in the last six games, the longest streak by a Chargers’ player since Marcellus Wiley had sacks in seven straight games in 2001.
“You could argue if he had played those four games -- forget rookie of the year -- could he have been defensive player of the year if he plays those four games?” Lowery said. “We don’t know what he would have done had he played those four games.”
Last week, Chargers coach Anthony Lynn King Dunlap Womens Jersey confirmed to reporters that Bosa had been working with his personal trainer in Florida away from the facility rather than attending voluntary workouts at Chargers Park, missing the first three weeks of offseason work.
Bosa told reporters on Tuesday that he notified the Chargers beforehand of his plans, and he promised defensive line coach Giff Smith when the team is on the field playing football he’ll be at Chargers Park for workouts.
“I just found a process that works for me that I used all last year, and it worked out pretty well,” Bosa said. “I want to continue climbing, continue getting better.
“It’s nothing magical. It’s just training the right way. And I want to continue doing that. I think when it comes to your body you have to do what you think is right. It’s nothing against the team, it’s just what I think is right for my body.”
Bosa said he’s looking forward to moving back to end in a 4-3 =alignment after playing =end in a 3-4 scheme last season.
Bosa said he also looks forward to working with new defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, someone he got to know during the draft process last http://www.officialvikingshop.com/shop-by-players-mackensie-alexander-jersey-c-2_29.html year during a pre-draft visit with the Jacksonville Jaguars when Bradley served as the team’s head coach.
“He’s a deep thinker,” Bosa said about Bradley. “And with his positivity and obviously his football knowledge more than anything, we need a guy to come in and stay positive when you have 100 football players walking around -- not everybody is going to be in right mindset and positive all the time.
“But to have a guy like that that bring positivity and energy, along with being a really great coach, he can back all of that up.”
Lowery expects Bosa to ramp things up even more with a return to his more natural position.
“When you’ve got a guy like Joey Bosa or Melvin [Ingram] and you’ve got them stunting, and that stunt doesn’t work on a particular play, now you’re either taking them out of the run game, or it’s hard for them to stunt and then pass http://www.authenticsteelersshop.com/shop-by-players-joe-gilliam-jersey-c-2_71.html rush out of that position,” Lowery said. “So unless that stunt hits home and works, you’re really taking away some of your best players’ ability to get to the passer.
“For me with Joey in particular, you have a two-way go and just line up and beat the guy. I think he has enough tools and skills to just beat guys based on that.”
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Did the Vikings just draft their new Cordarrelle Patterson?

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The Vikings filled another need when they selected Rodney Adams out of South Florida. The wide receiver will fill the immediate roleCharles Haley Womens Jersey of kick returner for the Vikings, after Cordarrelle Patterson left for the Oakland Raiders in [gesperrt] agency.
Adams joins a wider receiver corps that has plenty of talent in Stefon Diggs, Laquon Treadwell and Adam Thielen, so Adams is not likely to see much time on the field on offense, but will make an immediate impact in special teams. In 2015, he averaged 29.1 yards per return and in 2016 he averaged 24.3 yards per return, accordinghttp://www.authenticsteelerssale.com/shop-by-players-ernie-stautner-jersey-c-2_51.html to Sports Reference.
Adam is a dynamic athlete, as he scored touchdowns in multiple ways, according to Mike Wobschall.
The Vikings continue to fill their needs in the draft, something that General Manager Rick Spielman has done well throughout his time here.
Adams has nice size, speed and big-play ability, which is something the Vikings lacked last season. Adams also only dropped three passes his senior season, so you know his hands are good.
The wide out will be a work-in-progress for the http://www.authenticbroncosshop.com/shop-by-players-todd-davis-jersey-c-1_50.html Vikings, but they selected another high potential player that can make an immediate impact as a kick returner next season.
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Did the Vikings just draft their new Cordarrelle Patterson?

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The Vikings filled another need when they selected Rodney Adams out of South Florida. The wide receiver will fill the immediate role Lance Alworth Youth Jersey of kick returner for the Vikings, after Cordarrelle Patterson left for the Oakland Raiders in [gesperrt] agency.
Adams joins a wider receiver corps that has plenty of talent in Stefon Diggs, Laquon Treadwell and Adam Thielen, so Adams is not likely to see much time on the field on offense, but will make an immediate impact in special teams. In 2015, he averaged 29.1 yards per return and in 2016 he averaged 24.3 yards per return, according to Sports Reference.
Adam is a dynamic athlete, as hehttp://www.officialvikingshop.com/shop-by-players-sam-bradford-jersey-c-2_8.html scored touchdowns in multiple ways, according to Mike Wobschall.
The Vikings continue to fill their needs in the draft, something that General Manager Rick Spielman has done well throughout his time here.
Adams has nice size, speed and big-play ability, which is something the Vikings lacked last season. Adams also only dropped three passes his senior season, so you know his hands are good.
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In 1994, 'Neon Deion' Sanders was atop the NFL world when he

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"I never wanted to be mediocre at anything. I wanted to be the absolute best."
-- Deion Sanders, on ESPN Classic's "SportsCentury" series
Deion was always good for a memorable quote, wasn't he?
How about this one: "How do you thinkJordan Berry Youth Jersey defensive backs get attention?" Sanders asked. "They don't pay nobody to be humble."
Born Aug. 9, 1967, in Fort Myers, Florida, Sanders was playing organized baseball and football by age 8. An all-state performer in football, baseball and basketball at North Fort Myers High, he took his talents to Florida State, where he helped lead the baseball team to the College World Series and was a two-time All-American in football.
The Atlanta Falcons made him the fifth overall selection in the 1989 NFL Draft, and the New York Yankees selected him in the 30th round of the Major League Baseball draft in 1988.
Sanders never lacked confidence. And why should he have? In 2014, just before Sanders was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Gil Brandt of NFL.com relayed these superlatives:
Sanders is the only man to play in both a Super Bowl and a World Series.
He is the only man to hit an MLB home run and score an NFL touchdown in the same week.
He is the only player to have both a reception and an interception in the Super Bowl.
He is one of just two players to score an NFL touchdown six different ways.
He even had two nicknames: "Primetime" and "Neon Deion."
And before all the accolades, way back Henry Anderson Kids Jersey on May 29, 1994, Sanders became a member of the Cincinnati Reds.
Wrote Claire Smith of The New York Times: "The Atlanta Braves traded Deion Sanders to the Cincinnati Reds for Roberto Kelly yesterday in what on the surface seemed a simple matter of right and left. The Braves, missing Ron Gant's right-handed power a great deal, acquired some pop in the form of Kelly, the Yankee prospect who had developed into an All-Star with Cincinnati. Sanders, another former Yankee prospect but a left-handed batter, nicely meets a Cincinnati need, the team being overloaded with right-handed hitters and in need of Sanders' type of speed."
But Smith also noted that Sanders may have worn out his welcome in Atlanta.
"There has been a perception that the Braves have wearied of Sanders, the multiple sports star who not only played brashly for them but also was an All-Pro defensive back for the National Football League's Atlanta Falcons, who last month made him an unrestricted [gesperrt] agent while expressing interest in retaining him."
The Reds, however, had high hopes for the deal. Manager Davey Johnson said, "Sanders was not the thumper I was looking for, but he's the next best thing."
Jim Bowden, the Reds' general manager, said, "He's a great athlete, probably the fastest runner in baseball today. He has the type of personality that can help us sell tickets. Deion Sanders is a better defensive player; he makes us a better defensive team. We were top-heavy with right-handed hitting. He gives us a pure left-handed leadoff man, which we didn't have."
The previous year, Sanders batted .276 with the Braves before going on the disabled list in August with a respiratory infection. That ended his baseball season, and he arrived late with the Falcons, but still went on to lead the NFC http://www.authenticsteelerssale.com/shop-by-players-jack-ham-jersey-c-2_54.html with seven interceptions in 11 games.
By 1994, the Reds were off to a hot start. Clay Marshall of RedlegNation.com reports that through the end of April, they'd won 15 games, lost just seven and held a 2.5-game lead over second-place Houston, then a member of the National League.
"In May (when Bowden sent Kelly to Atlanta for Deion Sanders) and June, the Reds went a combined 29-26 -- nothing special, but good enough to still enjoy a 1.5-game lead as of June 30," Marshall wrote. "The team padded that total by one additional game prior to the All-Star break, yet only Barry Larkin (who, after a slow start, sported a solid .286/.386/.409 line at the break en route to his first Gold Glove) and Jose Rijo (8-4, 3.06) earned invitations to Pittsburgh for the midsummer classic."
The Reds' lead slipped as the Astros surged, all under the dark cloud of a possible players' strike that could end the season. And when the strike began on Aug. 12, "the Reds led the NL Central with a record of 66-48," Marshall reported. "Just over a month later, acting commissioner Bud Selig formally canceled the remainder of the season. For the first time since 1904, there would be no World Series."
Sanders was hitting .283 with 38 steals at that point. Of course, his football season was just beginning. He signed a one-year deal with San Francisco, where he tied the 49ers' single-season record with three interception returns for touchdowns and became the NFL Defensive Player of the Year. His four tackles and an interception helped the 49ers beat San Diego 49-26 in Super Bowl XXIX.
But do you remember when he got arrested?
In Mike Shannon's book, "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," he chronicles when Sanders was arrested on Aug. 8, 1994 "in an incident that was as silly as it was criminal."
"When Sanders tried to drive his motor scooter out of Riverfront Stadium through a pedestrian exit, a police officer ordered him to stop and leave by a different exit," Shannon wrote. Sanders ignored the officer, who then grabbed the ballplayer and was dragged about 20 feet. Sanders was charged with resisting arrest, failure to comply and leaving the scene of an accident.
He was exonerated on all counts.
Three years ago, Cory Collins wrotehttp://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-hauoli-kikaha-jersey-c-1_16.html this for FanSided: "In 1995, Sanders wrote a second verse, same as the first. Only, in true Neon Deion style, it might have been a little louder."
In football, Sanders became a Dallas Cowboy. Less than a year later, they won Super Bowl XXX over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
And Sanders' time with the Reds was relatively short.
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Keenan Allen Offers Instant Reaction to Mike Williams Select

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Keenan Allen was surrounded by hundreds of Chargers fans at the ESPN Zone at Disneyland when Roger Goodell strolled to the podiumJavon Hargrave Youth Jersey to announce the team’s first-round pick.
Perhaps no one was more excited to hear the commissioner utter the words “Mike Williams” than KA13.
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At 6-4, 218-pounds, Williams is a big, physical threat who attacks the ball in the air. He’s earned a reputation as a clutch playmaker, forcing defenses to always account for his whereabouts. The Bolts were loaded with offensive weapons even before they added him to the fold. Allen believes Williams’ merehttp://www.officialchargesshop.com/shop-by-players-max-tuerk-jersey-c-1_41.html presence is going to open things up for him.
“It’s crazy. You add him to me, Tyrell (Williams), Dontrelle (Inman), Travis (Benjamin) plus Antonio (Gates), (Hunter) Henry, Melvin (Gordon); I mean, it’s crazy to defend that. It’s going to open things up for us. We have a lot of threats and different kinds (of receivers). Deep threats. Big guys. Guys who can run everything on the route tree. He is really going to open things up. Anything we can do to make the plays to win the game I’m all for. He’s going to help us.
When Williams arrives at the team’s facility, KA13 should be the first person he seeks out. In all, it wasn’t long ago that Allen was a fresh faced rookie receiver looking to make his mark. The team’s third-round pick in 2013 did just that, earning Pepsi Next Rookie of the Year honors after catching 71 passes for 1,046 yards and eight touchdowns.
So what does Allen plan to tell his new teammate?
“Just be you. Come in and play with confidence. Don’t hold anything back and just do what you’ve been doing. Everyone knows what you can do. Just be confident.”
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Minnesota Vikings Safety Agrees With Delivery Guy Who Insult

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Three months ago to the day, a self-described delivery guy made a drop-off to the home of Minnesota Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo whereGarrett Celek Womens Jersey he says he received a poor tip for his service. How this didn’t become breaking news on CNN, we have no idea. Afterward, he took to his Twitter account to record his ninth tweet in just over three years, as he sent a message to Sendejo, telling him that if he was going to open the door in his undies and make him stare at his “tiny dick," then he should tip better:
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David DeCastro No.97 on NFL Network's Top 100 list

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NFL Network announced the 100-81st ranked players on their list on Monday night, as DeCastro is Pittsburgh's lone representative on the list so far.
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The 24th overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the former Stanford Cardinal broke into the starting lineup in 2013. After being named as an All-Pro for the first time in 2015, DeCastro earned his second straight Pro Bowl selection in 2016 after helping anchor an offensive line that allowed just 17 regular season sacks of Ben Roethlisberger while helping Le'Veon Bell lead the NFL in average rushing yards per game.
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New England Patriots: Comparing Brandin Cooks to first-round

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Are any of the wide receivers taken in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft better than Brandin Cooks of the New England Patriots?
Three wide receivers were selected in the first Tj ward Womens Jersey round of the 2017 NFL Draft on Thursday. The New England Patriots packaged their first-round selection to the New Orleans Saints for wide receiver Brandin Cooks earlier this offseason.
Cooks entered the league as the twentieth overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints. In three seasons with the New Orleans, Cooks has posted 215 receptions for 2,861 yards and twenty touchdowns. In March of 2017, the Patriots traded their 1st-round, 32nd overall pick, and 3rd-round, 103rd overall pick for the Saints 4th-round, 118th overall pick, and wide receiver Brandin Cooks.
Figuratively speaking, it could be said that New England drafted Cooks by trading their first-round pick to New Orleans in return for the wide receiver. By that precedent, how does the former Saint stack up against the draft’s top wide receivers?
Three wide receivers were selected in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft on Thursday; among the three were Corey Davis, Mike Williams, and John Ross.
Corey Davis was the first wide receiver off the board in the 2017 draft; he was selected by the Tennessee Titans with the fifth overall pick.
Cooks doesn’t possess the tall, bulky frame thatLance Dunbar Womens Jersey Davis does, though he does sport bigger hands. Although Davis’ sizable build may seem more appealing, he did not participate at the scouting combine or his pro day due to an ankle injury, whereas Cooks hadn’t missed a game for New Orleans since his season-ending thumb injury in 2014.
Ultimately, Cooks biggest advantage is his experience and production against NFL talent compared to Davis’ against MAC level competition. There’s no denying his production at Western Michigan, however, over four years, Davis totaled 52 catches, 701 yards, and 5 touchdowns in nine games against “power five” teams, in comparison to Cooks’ 84 receptions, 1,019 yards, and 8 touchdowns in 17 games against NFL playoff teams since being drafted in 2014.
With the seventh selection in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Los Angeles Chargers took Mike Williams.
Like Davis, Williams has the tall, long frame of a traditional wideout, contrasting Cooks’ shorter, speedier build.
In 38 games at Clemson, Williams collected 177 catches, 2,727 yards, and 21 touchdowns, averaging 15.4 yards per reception. Although Clemson’s spread offense required fewer routes, Williams experience against “power five” teams and familiarity playing in big games will help him in his transition to the pros. Cooks washttp://www.authenticcowboysstore.com/shop-by-players-bob-lilly-jersey-c-2_60.html drafted out of Oregon State’s pro-style offense and like Williams faced several intermediate opponents within the PAC-12 conference. In 38 games at Oregon State, Cooks tallied 226 catches, 3,272 yards, and 24 touchdowns. Cooks also won the Fred Biletnikoff Award in 2013.
The third wide receiver taken in the first round was Washington’s John Ross; by the Cincinnati Bengals with the ninth overall pick.
With similar measurables and testing scores, Brandin Cooks and John Ross are nearly identical. Even Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller mocked Ross to the Saints with the thirty-second pick as a replacement for the departed Cooks.
Both receivers clocked blazing fast forty-yard dash times, Cooks with a 4.33-sec, Ross with the record 4.22-sec. Physically, their frames almost mirror each other, both are five-eleven or under and around 189-pounds. However, it’s Cooks’ framehttp://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-ronnie-lott-jersey-c-2_32.html that has proven to be more durable. Cooks hasn’t missed a game in two straight seasons, Ross, on the other hand, has undergone both knee and shoulder surgeries.
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