22 Apr 2015, 04:07pm by Guest
How accurate is Playmaker when in comes to projecting JUCO transfers? And how would our projection for DeVante Parker change if he had played his entire senior season at Louisville? (Click to read more.)
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22 Apr 2015, 04:04pm by Vincent Verhei
The NFL has suspended Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy 10 games without pay to start the 2015 season. Following his domestic violence arrest last season. Though all charges in the case were dropped after Hardy's alleged victim stopped cooperating with police, the NFL's investigation "determined that there was sufficient credible evidence that Hardy engaged in conduct that violated NFL policies in multiple respects and with aggravating circumstances," according to the league's release on the subject.
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21 Apr 2015, 07:57pm by Vincent Verhei
The schedule is out! Some highlights:
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16 Apr 2015, 06:01pm by Aaron Schatz
Last year, not a single team started the same five offensive linemen in all 16 games. (Click to read more.)
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16 Apr 2015, 03:13pm by Vincent Verhei
In expected-but-still-big news, Adrian Peterson has been told that he will be reinstated on Friday and will immediately be cleared to participate in all activities with the Minnesota Vikings. The question now becomes, what next? Peterson has said he would be "uneasy" about returning to Minnesota, and he is reportedly due a base salary of nearly $12.8 million in 2015. Most figure that if Peterson does leave the Vikings, the Cowboys and Cardinals would be the teams most likely to acquire him.
16 comments, Last at 23 Apr 2015, 11:45pm by LionInAZ
09 Apr 2015, 11:25pm by Aaron Schatz
It's nice to see a future Hall of Famer understand that his body doesn't have much left and hang it up rather than go on one of those late-career tours playing a season for another team or two and getting cut by some random team before the season two years too late. I found it particularly interesting that Polamalu's decision was in part inspired by his Christian faith because it is Greek Orthodox Holy Week. You don't hear a lot about famous Greek Orthodox Christians, especially those who aren't actually of Greek descent.
80 comments, Last at 20 Apr 2015, 9:58am by chemical burn
09 Apr 2015, 12:55pm by Mike Tanier
Hey folks, Tanier here. Thought you might like this in-depth look at the perils of trying to draft, or even scout, a kicker or punter. It contains lots of good stuff from experts like John Carney and Michael Husted!
Just to break the news here first, I am scheduled to provide live pick-by-pick coverage of the first three rounds of the draft over at Bleacher Report. If you are a B/R conscientious objector, I ask you to reconsider and give Team Stream a look. I was once like you!
In the meantime, enjoy the kickers and punters.
21 comments, Last at 17 Apr 2015, 10:49am by bubqr
03 Apr 2015, 01:38pm by Vincent Verhei
In 2010, a 22-year-old Josh Freeman threw 25 touchdowns and six interceptions for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Greg Schiano then arrived and mangled his young quarterback's confidence, and after two mediocre seasons, he was cut in the middle of the 2013 campaign. The Vikings signed him and put him on the field with virtually no preparation, resulting in a notoriously disastrous Monday Night game, and Freeman hasn't played in the league since.
38 comments, Last at 11 Apr 2015, 6:24pm by Jerry
03 Apr 2015, 01:29pm by Vincent Verhei
Literally ten minutes after I finished writing a piece saying that safety was Washington's biggest need, an announcement came out that they had traded for Tampa Bay's Dashon Goldson.
Conor Orr of NFL.com says that the Bucs traded Goldson and a 2016 seventh-rounder to Washington in exchange for a 2016 sixth-rounder. Obviously, this is mostly a salary dump for Tampa Bay -- the trade will save the Bucs about $4 million in cap space.
14 comments, Last at 13 Apr 2015, 1:10pm by commissionerleaf
30 Mar 2015, 03:06pm by Vincent Verhei
Peter King looks at the PAT, how it might be eradicated, why it might no be, and what some of the proposed alternatives might entail. My question isn't whether there's a better option out there; there almost certainly is. My question is, why is there suddenly a rush to make this change right now? I've been paying pretty close attention to football since the late 1980s, and the extra point kick has been nigh-automatic that entire time. So what spurred the NFL, after 30-plus years of this, to suddenly look around and say "Hey! Extra points are boring! We should fix that!"
43 comments, Last at 08 Apr 2015, 10:17pm by krugerindustrialsmoothing
Which team has consistently been the biggest loser when it comes to draft-pick trades? Exactly the team you'd expect.