Month: May 2019

Not surprisingly, youth is being served in the NFL these days. And there’s quite a list of performers making an impact before their 25th birthday. Obviously, there are some serious restrictions when it comes to this endeavor. It’s a look at the 25 best players who have yet to celebrate their 25th birthday. Of course,
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Terrelle Pryor is becoming well-traveled, and his next opportunity will come with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Terrelle Pryor resurfaced in the news on Wednesday, as he worked out for the Jacksonville Jaguars. On Thursday morning, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported Jacksonville is expected to sign the quarterback-turned-wide receiver. Pryor spent last season with the Buffalo
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The Eagles have legitimate Super Bowl aspirations in 2019, but they won’t lift the Lombardi Trophy unless these five players have great seasons. Injuries to quarterback Carson Wentz and almost everyone in the Eagles’ secondary caused Philadelphia to limp to a 9-7 finish in the 2018 regular season. There’s significant reason to believe Doug Pederson’s
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Jacksonville coach Doug Marrone indicates that new starting quarterback may be having a family-related issue. Jacksonville quaterback Nick Foles, who joined the team this offseason as a free agent, is out of the Jaguars offseason training program for an indefinite time, the team said Tuesday. Jaguars coach Doug Marrone said Foles would be away and
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The NFL has committed to Indianapolis as the host city of the Scouting Combine through 2021. After that, it could be moved. That would be a huge error. In 2010, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made a promise. Now he’s trying to deliver. The collateral damage could be Indianapolis. Almost a decade ago, Goodell told owners
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Cornerback who helped usher in NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s Personal Conduct Policy announces retirement via social media. Talented and enigmatic cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones ended his controversy-riddled career Friday by announcing his retirement on his Instagram account.  Jones, a former No. 6 overall pick by Tennessee in 2005, resurrected his career after nearly seeing it
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