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A first look at Madden 25's new game-play also provides a sneak peek at several elite wide receivers in their new teams' uniforms.
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From 2007 through 2010, Greg Jennings looked like a stud.He averaged over 16 yards per reception in each of those years, had 920 yards in ’07 before three straight 1,000+ campaigns, had double digit touchdowns twice and averaged just shy of 70 receptions.During those years Jennings was a hot fantasy commodity, ably filling in at WR1 or 2 in standard scoring and PPR leagues.In 2011...
The NFL Network finished their annual poll of NFL players’ ratings of their peers for the previous season. Players were rated from one to one-hundred as to whom they thought were the best in 2012. There were many controversies along the way, including players who were greatly underrated, overrated and even left off the list completely. No matter the overall rankings, one thing...
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Before you ask why I will not mention Percy Harvin in this piece, I will let you know that like his allegiance to the Minnesota Vikings he is history. The new guy is in and will not have any of the issues Harvin possessed with the team.
So without further ado, the new Vikings do it all playmaker is Cordarelle Patterson.
The 29th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft...
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The Minnesota Vikings produced seven Pro Bowlers in 2012: Adrian Peterson, Jerome Felton, Kyle Rudolph, Matt Kalil, Jared Allen, Chad Greenway, and Blair Walsh.
At this current point in the offseason I will predict who will be doing the hula come January and who will be heating up their popcorn.
First off, I think every NFL fan with at least half...
Running back Hillman was drafted with the 67th pick in the 3rd round by the Denver Broncos.
In 2012, of Hillman's 107 carries , 30 went for no gain or went for negative yardage.
He was easily stopped due to a lack of power running at the line of scrimmage and a tendency to dance in the backfield.
Hillman needs to keep his weight consistent over the season and demonstrate...
This is the fourth in a series of 13 previews leading up to the Minnesota Vikings' July 26 start of camp.
TODAY'S POSITION: TIGHT ENDS
Rating (1-to-10 scale): 7
Projected starters: Kyle Rudolph (third year)
Backups (asterisks indicate players expected to make the roster): Colin Anderson, John Carlson, Rhett Ellison, Chase Ford
The breakdown: Minnesota returns the top...
The Denver Broncos front office has taken some heat for having two of their top-tier executives arrested for DUI within days of each other.
Front Office people in professional leagues are probably held to a higher standard than their players, and with the NFL’s image already bruised after an off-season of heavy arrest, two Broncos executives arrested for drinking and driving is...
TMZ got a hold of the photo above of Eli and Peyton Manning dressed like 2 Chainz for an upcoming DirecTV commercial. It looks like Eli has the red jacket on and Peyton is wearing the white top. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... The post Manning brothers dressed like 2 Chainz for DirecTV commercial (Photo) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
The NFL deadline for franchised players to sign long-term deals and it’s looked like none of the players are willing to do so, till now. One player, offensive tackle Ryan Clady, is close to signing the latest offer from the Denver Broncos. The two sides weren’t far apart so when the Broncos upped their offer this weekend talks heated up.
A $500,000 a year increase in an offer...
Fantasy AnxietyToday, the Denver Broncos and left tackle Ryan Clady agreed to terms on a 5-year deal. Other than that, fellow Broncos’ fans, I am afraid I have hit a wall on what to write about. We, as writers, can’t be as lucky as the guys in New England, from Hernandez to Dennard. Which is OK, we will have all our players on the field this season, or at least for training camp...
According to ESPN’s John Clayton, the Denver Broncos have increased their offer to left tackle Ryan Clady.
A $500,000 a year increase in an offer by the Denver Broncos could lead to a five-year contract for left tackle Ryan Clady, a source said.
Since last year, the Broncos have been offering Clady a five-year, $50 million contract. By increasing the offer to $52.5 million and...
The Broncos have offered left tackle Ryan Clady a five-year, $52.5 million contract extension. SOURCE: John Clayton, ESPNFantasy Spin:The two sides have been working on a deal since Clady was franchise-tagged in March. Previously, the Broncos had offered five years and $50 million so this new deal would pay Clady an additional half million a year.