A quarterback buyer’s market? Why this NFL offseason is rare

A quarterback buyer’s market? Why this NFL offseason is rare

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This year, for the first time in recent memory, the NFL's quarterback supply seems to be outpacing demand. An informal survey of agents and team executives around the league found the list of teams looking for a starting quarterback to be a surprisingly short one, replete with caveats. It includes the Miami Dolphins, assuming they're moving on from Ryan Tannehill. It includes the Jacksonville Jaguars,cheap nfl nike jerseys from china assuming they're moving on from Blake Bortles. It includes Washington, assuming Alex Smith's injury is going to keep him out for most or all of the 2019 season. It might possibly include the New York Giants and Cincinnati Bengals, if those teams decide they want to move on from their current starters, though no one's entirely sure that will be…
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How it has gone wrong with Antonio Brown and the Steelers

How it has gone wrong with Antonio Brown and the Steelers

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A tardy Antonio Brown slipped into another Pittsburgh Steelers team meeting through the backdoor. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin revealed to his team what most already knew in regard to his prolific star receiver. "[Tomlin] essentially told the group, we'll tolerate it now because of what he brings on the field, but the minute production stops, you don't overlook it," said one ex-Steeler who played with Brown for three seasons, recalling a story that multiple players confirmed.nike nfl jerseys cheap china That philosophy proved easier said than done. Brown's production -- 100-plus catches and 1,200-plus receiving yards in six consecutive seasons -- hasn't stopped, but the team reached a boiling point. Brown drew the ire of the organization in Week 17 when he skipped Saturday's game preparation, prompting Tomlin to bench…
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How Brian Hoyer helped the Patriots prepare for Patrick Mahomes

How Brian Hoyer helped the Patriots prepare for Patrick Mahomes

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Following the final practice of the week for the Patriots, cornerback Stephon Gilmore tipped his helmet in the direction of backup quarterback Brian Hoyer. Gilmore was impressed with how Hoyer played the role of dynamic Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes to give the defense a realistic look at what New England will face in Sunday's AFC Championship Game. “He always does a great job and makes it hard on us,” Gilmore said of Hoyer. “He’s been a starter in this league, so he can make all the throws.”nike jerseys nfl cheap It is one of the most significant contributions the 33-year-old Hoyer has made to the Patriots this season, and it’s a role he calls fun. Because he doesn’t play much in games, if at all, that’s his time to let…
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Patriots see Rodgers, Vick and a QB who ‘does it all’ in Mahomes

Patriots see Rodgers, Vick and a QB who ‘does it all’ in Mahomes

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The topic in the New England Patriots' locker room was Patrick Mahomes, and the comparisons ranged from Aaron Rodgers to Michael Vick, but the conclusion was more focused: There is nobody quite like the Kansas City Chiefs star.cheap official nike nfl jerseys There is maybe a little bit of Rodgers with the way he moves and fires lasers on the run. Perhaps a tinge of Vick with that lightning quick flick of the wrist that sends the football 70 yards or so downfield. Possibly a snippet of Brett Favre with that reckless abandon that’s sometimes on display as Mahomes is carving up defenses or tossing passes with his opposite hand. More than anything, Mahomes is something most of the New England Patriots have never quite seen before, aside from Week…
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NFL draft: Kyler Murray, Dwayne Haskins raise value of Cardinals’ No. 1 pick

NFL draft: Kyler Murray, Dwayne Haskins raise value of Cardinals’ No. 1 pick

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The Arizona Cardinals need to send fruit baskets to Kyler Murray and Dwayne Haskins. Thanks to them, the Cardinals' No. 1 pick in April's NFL draft just got a lot more valuable. Murray, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner out of Oklahoma who announced he was entering the draft with a tweet on Monday, and Haskins (Ohio State) highlighted the list of underclassmen who declared themselves eligible for the draft, which was finalized after Monday's deadline.nfl nike jerseys for cheap Both are considered top quarterback prospects in this year's class. ESPN NFL draft Insider Mel Kiper Jr. believes Haskins is talented enough to go No. 1 while ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter said "a lot of people believe [Murray will] wind up going in the first round." A month ago, when…
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Darrell Bevell makes sense for Lions in Matt Patricia’s vision

Darrell Bevell makes sense for Lions in Matt Patricia’s vision

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Throughout the past season, it always seemed like Matt Patricia wanted a ball-control offense for his Detroit Lions. Rarely did the Lions play with a ton of tempo. He often made it clear that he believed running the ball effectively was the best way to the postseason and beyond.china nike nfl jerseys cheap In an era of high-octane passing in the NFL, Detroit wants to work with the run and with balance. The Lions were able to hire the man who coordinated one of the better rushing attacks of the past decade in the NFL to do it. Darrell Bevell isn’t a wow-factor name. He isn't a young, on-the-rise coach from the Sean McVay or Andy Reid lineages. That might not excite a lot of fans. But that’s OK. Bevell…
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Danny Woodhead sees Patriots-Chargers matchup from unique view

Danny Woodhead sees Patriots-Chargers matchup from unique view

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Running back Danny Woodhead spent three seasons with the Patriots (2010-2012) and four with the Chargers (2013-2016), so he views a Patriots-Chargers matchup in the divisional round of the AFC playoffs through a different lens than most. One of the first things that comes to his mind is how the Patriots might combat one of the Chargers’ greatest strengths: an effective pass rush led by Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa.nike nfl jerseys cheap china “When I was in New England, something we did a lot of times, we minimized pass-rushers, and you can do that in different ways,” he said. “Maybe that’s get the ball out quick. Maybe that’s chip the defensive ends early. Everyone would talk about how ‘they'll get to the quarterback,’ but there are ways to minimize…
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Ravens believe Lamar Jackson will return 10 times better next year

Ravens believe Lamar Jackson will return 10 times better next year

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"He’s devastated right now, and that’s what’s going to drive him in the offseason," safety Eric Weddle said. "And, he’ll come back 10 times better than he was this year." What Jackson has to focus on is problems that have plagued him throughout his rookie season as well as on Sunday: ball security (three fumbles Sunday, including one with 19 seconds remaining) and accuracy (48.2 percent against the Chargers). The Ravens are banking on Jackson ironing out these issues while getting a majority of the reps with the starters throughout spring workouts, training camp and the preseason. This past season, Jackson worked primarily with backups throughout the offseason and didn't get many reps in the first nine weeks of the regular season when Joe Flacco was the starter. In September…
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There’s much to ponder over the future of Texans’ defense

There’s much to ponder over the future of Texans’ defense

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And the second was the fact Colts running back Marlon Mack did what no other back did this season against the Texans, including Mack himself in one previous try in 2018. "We just dug a hole for ourselves. ... Any time you dig a hole like that against a great quarterback it's tough, in the playoffs it's hard to come out of a hole like that," Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson said. "The better team won today." In the end, the Colts piled up 422 yards against the Houston defense, went 9-of-14 on third down (that included 6-of-6 in the first half) and Indianapolis scored all three of its touchdowns over its first four possessions. But it was Mack that may have bruised the Texans' collective pride the most, and it…
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Jason Garrett: Cowboys need mental toughness, not humility

Jason Garrett: Cowboys need mental toughness, not humility

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After the 23-0 loss at the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, several Dallas Cowboys players said the team might have needed that kind of game.nfl cheap jerseys nike Quarterback Dak Prescott thought maybe the Cowboys were “too hot to trot” after a five-game winning streak. Running back Ezekiel Elliott said, “We needed to get put in check.” Defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence concurred. How the Cowboys learn from it ultimately will determine their season. At 8-6, the Cowboys can clinch the NFC East and a playoff spot with a victory at home on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Pretty simple. It's much simpler than what they faced after their Nov. 5 loss to the Tennessee Titans. At that point, the Cowboys were 3-5 and Garrett’s future as coach was in question…
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