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  1. First episode of Lewan and Compton’s new podcast Bussin with the Boys debuts tonight with Delanie Walker.
  2. Imagine an offseason learning the system and getting practice with the QB:
  3. We all know Andrew Luck is our owner. But it cannot go unsaid how Ballard has done absolutely nothing but hand out a bad deal to Funchess (because he is a bad WR). He does know he has to spend a certain amount right to reach the threshold required? They are one Luck injury away from being the worst team in the league again.
  4. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/05/18/third-generation-manning-already-an-impressive-quarterback-prospect/amp/
  5. The fact this guy is not only still playing but still putting up respectable numbers at his age at the position he plays is mind-numbing to me. He's never had fewer than 700 yards in a season except for his rookie year back in 2005. He's only gone below 800 yards once, and that was last season. And he's only gone below 1,000 yards 5 times in 14 seasons, 3 of those times in the last 4 seasons. He's currently 4th all-time in rushing yards behind Emmitt Smith, Walter Payton, and Barry Sanders. And on top of all that he's missed only 3 games in the last 8 seasons, meaning he's been more physically reliable as he's gotten older. Dude's a 1st ballot HoFer, imo.
  6. On Tuesday, Andy Levitre announced his retirement via social media: “Unfortunately, due to injury my body won’t allow me to continue any longer,” Levitre wrote. “Thank you to my wife and children, my family, friends, coaches, teammates and all of the fans who supported me on this journey.” Levitre was selected by the Buffalo Bills with the 51st pick overall in the second round of the 2009 NFL draft, and was the first college guard drafted. He spent 10 years in the NFL....Buffalo Bills (2009–2012),Tennessee Titans (2013–2014) and Atlanta Falcons (2015–2018). In the 2016 season, Levitre and the Falcons reached Super Bowl LI, where they faced the New England Patriots on February 5, 2017. In the Super Bowl, the Falcons fell in a 34–28 overtime defeat. https://www.profootballrumors.com/2019/05/falcons-andy-levitre-retires-nfl
  7. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/05/11/report-matt-lafleur-didnt-have-full-say-on-hiring-packers-assistants/ LaFleur reportedly tried to get Darren Rizzi as his special teams coach but was unable to land him because the Packers low-balled him on a contract. Rizzi, who had an excellent reputation from his years with the Dolphins, was one of the most highly sought assistant coaches in the NFL this offseason and eventually signed a three-year, $4.5 million contract to coach the Saints’ special teams. Instead, the Packers hired Shawn Mennenga as their special teams coach. Mennenga doesn’t have as strong a résumé as Rizzi, and according to the report wasn’t even LaFleur’s second choice after Rizzi. But Mennenga has previously worked for Mike Pettine, who was retained as the Packers’ defensive coordinator. The report says LaFleur was “strongly encouraged” to keep Pettine as the defensive coordinator.
  8. "They didn't know who to trust so they cleared the room." I knew he would find a way to Gruden up 3 1st rounders.... https://nypost.com/2019/04/19/jon-gruden-banishes-raiders-scouts-days-before-nfl-draft/
  9. The Ravens seem to think so. Their QB room after the draft is Lamar Jackson, RG3 and Trace McSorley. McSorley ran for nearly 1000 yards last year in college while passing at only 53% accuracy. He also ran a 4.57 40 at the combine. They added Marquise Brown (draft), Mark Ingram (FA), Miles Boykin (draft) and Justice Hill (draft) to their offense and give every indication they are going to run a true college offense in 2019. They have 7 RBs on their roster and a heap of small, fast WRs for bubble screens, fly routes and jet sweeps. I was listening to Move the Sticks podcast today and they were suggesting that regardless of who good Jackson plays, that he wouldn't get a second contract, because guys like that can be found every year in the draft and you just draft another one to add to the QB room when you need them. That makes a massive difference to your salary cap when you never plan on investing $20m+ in a QB. It certainly seems like the Ravens have gone all-in on this approach and are hoping their defense stays elite and allows them to be successful. Either way, will be interesting to see if it is successful.
  10. https://247sports.com/nfl/dallas-cowboys/ContentGallery/Marvel-NFL-Helmets-For-Every-Team-129350013/#129350013_15
  11. https://www.cleveland.com/browns/2019/05/myles-garrett-says-gregg-williams-limited-him-to-2-moves-and-he-hopes-for-more-freedom-under-steve-wilks.html
  12. Do we bring him back with no *real* 3rd QB? https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/05/01/dolphins-cut-three-including-luke-falk/
  13. If you thought it was big with the playoffs on the line.......
  14. I'm just going to leave this here. Be sure to pay attention to what the camera man does for a few seconds starting at 1:28.
  15. https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/pro-jayon-brown-emerges-in-titans-defense-with-year-two-ascendance “Among his drastic improvements last season, Brown saw his most significant jump as a pass rusher. He led the league at his position with an 86.6 pass-rushing grade on the year, a remarkable 34.3 increase from 2017. His pass-rush ability was showcased with a 17.5 percent win rate (the rate at which he beats a pass blocker on a pass rush, even if the throw gets off too quickly for pressure to land), ranking seventh-best. The sophomore standout finished tied for first among off-ball linebackers with seven sacks, and overall, Brown generated 16 total pressures on 97 pass-rush snaps.” We can be sure Brown will continue to rush more, and also something Evans was used to doing at Bama.
  16. Daniel Jones No. 6 to New York Giants Perhaps no player rose more late in the draft process than Jones. “Will it be warranted?” is the million-dollar question still left in the air as Jones has one of the worst passing profiles for any first-round quarterback over the past 20 years. Jones’ 6.2 career adjusted yards per attempt rank ahead of only Clayton Thorson in this class and is the lowest mark for any first-round quarterback since Jake Locker matched it in 2011. Out of the 58 quarterback selected in the first round over that span, only Patrick Ramsey (6.2 AY/A) and Kyle Boller (5.5 AY/A) posted equal or lower marks in career adjusted yards per attempt than Jones did while at Duke. Jones also has the worst touchdown to interception ratio (1.8) for any first-round quarterback since Locker. The positive for Jones is that he ran for 1,323 yards and 17 touchdowns over this three seasons as a starter. With incumbent Eli Manning 38-years old and the Giants projected to have a losing record in 2018, we should see Jones on the field this upcoming season at some point.
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