Archive for September, 2017

Mike Williams, Chargers’ 1st-round pick, coming off PUP list

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017:

In an effort to give Philip Rivers all the tools he needs to succeed as his career winds to a close, the Los Angeles Chargers selected game-changing wide receiver Mike Williams with the No. 7 overall pick of the 2017 NFL draft. With the receiver coming off the physically unable to perform (PUP) list, the […]   Read More →

Brock Osweiler’s last 18 months come full circle with return to Broncos

Monday, September 25th, 2017:

It feels like forever ago, but at the beginning of 2016, Brock Osweiler was the player the Denver Broncos pegged to be the future of the franchise at the quarterback position. Now, 18 months later, he’s back on the team on a discount deal, according to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer. Covington is […]   Read More →

The Jaguars tried a fake punt in a preseason game and it actually worked

Saturday, September 23rd, 2017:

The Jaguars are pulling out all of the stops in this Week 3 preseason matchup with the Panthers. Jacksonville attempted a fake punt, and it actually worked. No, seriously. This is not a drill. Look at Corey Grant go. And he didn’t. After Carolina’s Zack Sanchez picked him off on Thursday night, Bortles chased him […]   Read More →

Le’Veon Bell ends holdout and rejoins Steelers

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017:

Running back Le’Veon Bell predictably held out of training camp when the Pittsburgh Steelers failed to sign him to a long-term extension, but he was always expected to be available for the regular season. Bell finally ended his holdout on Sept. 1, just as he promised a couple of weeks ago. On Monday, the team […]   Read More →

Joe Haden released by the Browns

Sunday, September 17th, 2017:

Joe Haden will no longer call Cleveland home. The Browns cut their oft-injured All-Pro cornerback in advance of the 2017 NFL season. The news is not surprising after Haden’s name surfaced in rumors earlier in the week. Why drop a starting corner? Haden developed into a Pro Bowler in Cleveland, but his relationship with the […]   Read More →

The NBA is ditching traditional ‘home and away’ uniforms

Friday, September 8th, 2017:

Starting Oct. 1, Nike will be the new sporting apparel company for the NBA. And their first order of business will be ditching home and away uniforms, according to a press release from Nike. Rather than labeling their home and away garbs traditionally, Nike is renaming them “Association edition” which would have been home colors […]   Read More →

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