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Most NFL fans know why Ray Rice is out of the NFL. The former star running back for the Baltimore Ravens was suspended indefinitely by the NFL when a video of him punching his fiancee in an elevator went public. Rice is eligible for a return to the league, but no team has fully embraced the idea.
As we get closer to the draft (and as free agency winds down) I will be putting out a few mock drafts. Each time I will go through the process 3 times, with a full 7 round mock once, and each time operating under the rule that I must make different selections each time. Of course I will still make decisions based upon the Saints realistic needs and will prioritize the biggest weak areas of the roster over others
Brian’s Mock draft 1.0
NFL free agency is only three days away, but the rumor mill and trade winds are blowing. The Philadelphia Eagles have been linked to many wide receivers this offseason and are looking to make a splash when the new league year opens at 4:00 pm ET on Thursday. However, they could move one of their starting wide receivers, if a good deal presents itself
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Report: Eagles open to dealing Jordan Matthews
Sean Payton has clearly stated the need for an impactful pass rusher on the Saints roster. He’s highlighted the importance of that being a priority acquisition specifically in the 2017 offseason.
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If the Saints want an impact pass rusher, they better draft him in the first round
The Eagles have a lot of work to do this offseason. The team needs to add multiple offensive weapons.
The Philadelphia Eagles are entertaining the possibility of reuniting head coach Doug Pedersen with recently-released running back Jamaal Charles. Per Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk, Pederson said during a press conference at the Scouting Combine Wednesday that the Eagles will explore bringing Charles to the organization. Pedersen was the offensive coordinator for the Chiefs for three seasons and helped Charles achieve monster rushing numbers in 2013 and 2014
Applied to sports teams, a poll (sometimes called a rating) involves an opinion of a team’s performances by someone who is knowledgeable about both the sport involved and the team in question. A poll is therefore an informed opinion and a subsequent ordering of teams based upon this informed opinion. A ranking involves an analysis, either mathematical or statistical, based on the performance of a team and the performances of its opponents.
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Buckeyes Stay at Top in DI/DII!
With a month until Selection Sunday, there are still a number of teams in contention for the 68 spots in the NCAA Tournament. The major conference teams will dominate most of the At-Large bids that are awarded in the NCAA Tournament, but there are some small conference teams to keep an eye on and some close conference races. Earlier this week I detailed the races in the Major Conferences
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Mid-Major Conference Rundown
Adele had a moment of weakness performing at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, but persevered and rebounded like the boss she is to make up for it. The pop singer cleaned up and won five awards total, including album and song of the year. She had a funny moment accepting one of the awards as well, as it broke in half. Adele broke the Grammy in half to share with Beyoncé pic.twitter.com/oZY2tGx7BI — Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) February 13, 2017 Adele was tasked with doing a George Michael tribute, as she performed “Fast Love.” But she had to stop and start over just a few seconds into the song, as she either flubbed the lyrics or was off rhythm.
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Adele flubs George Michael tribute performance at Grammys, starts song over (VIDEO)
Not too many people could pull off the look that rapper/producer Cee Lo Green did at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night. Green rocked a golden outfit that made him look like a robot wearing pajamas. Yeah, I guess that’s probably the best way to sum it up