NFL News: Two days until the Draft.
The Seahawks, as predicted once they signed Russell to all that money, have traded Frank Clark.
To the Chiefs, for a 2019 First round pick, a swap of 2019 Thirds, and a 2020 Second.
For the Chiefs, I guess they saw their window
I don't know if it is/was where you are, but today was another free day courtesy the calendar, the union, and a general desire to sit at home & gorge on leftover turkey. I think I'm sweating tryptophan.
Well, it should be a busy time in front offices, so let's see
Tom Coughlin, pictured above, has opinions on players that skipped this week's voluntary workouts.
Borrowing from ESPN, Coughlin stated
"We're very close to 100 percent attendance, and quite frankly, our players should be here building the concept of team, working hard side by side, constructing our bond of
Ahead of tonight's schedule reveal at 8:00PM ("Only on the NFL Network!"), the International Games slate has been revealed. Remember that the "home team" surrendered a home stadium date in order to be guaranteed a Super Bowl hosting experience.
Chicago Bears vs. Oakland Raiders, Sunday, Oct.
Russell Wilson got PAID. A four-year extension worth $140 million, including a no-trade clause, keeping him a Seahawk until 2023.
Or, more than Aaron Rodgers, which is apparently what his measuring stick was.
He is/was scheduled to make $17 million this year, and if the extension wasn't realized
The day's not over yet, so Russell Wilson's deadline has not yet passed.
There are trade rumours afoot in the absence of any real news:
The Honey Badger speculates it's the Giants just because.
Will Brinson at CBS Sports speculates the Giants by way of draft picks.
It's been a little while since we've had an update on the construction of the new gargantuan undertaking that will eventually become the stadium for the L.A. Rams. It will also allow the Chargers to sleep in the basement provided it uses only the back door to enter and exit
Well, it's been a couple of days since I checked the NFL news feeds. Let's see what's up:
Robert Kraft's lawyers are now citing "irreparable harm" if the video of Kraft making Cheez Whiz in Florida becomes public.
Media outlets are appealing to have the tapes released, but the
Well, let's get this out of the way:
Congrats Seamus. And as a reminder, I'm very disappointed in the rest of you.
For the next couple of nights, I'm going to eschew the usual NFL News I collect so we all can gather 'round and discuss the pertinent matter at hand -
Antonio Brown has now decided to stop taking runs at BIG BEN and instead is now bravely aiming his Twitter cannon at Juju Smith-Schuster.
Going so far as to blame Juju for the reason the Steelers "fumbled away" their chance at the playoffs in Week 16 against the Saints.
One rumour is that the Seahawks will tie Russell Wilson's next salary contract to the annual percentage increase in the salary cap.
There are advantages for both sides:
It guarantees Wilson will stay in the upper echelon of QB salaries.
It allows the Seahawks stability in knowing how
Mike McCarthy has OPINIONS about how the Packers treated him, and went deep with ESPN. Here are my pull quotes:
He "did not see it coming" after the Arizona loss, or did he hear any of the boo-birds that preceded the game.
"It's clear to me now that