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Glazer: NFL will reduce field goal post width at Pro Bowl

The NFL field goal post width has gone unchanged since 1920. That's about to change. During this year's Pro Bowl, the 18-foot-6 wide goal post will be reduced to just 14 feet, NFL on FOX insider Jay Glazer reported on Sunday. While the change won't be immediately applied to regular-season action, the competition committee could make it a point of emphasis in the future.   With kickers...
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Johnny Manziel's rude welcome to NFL? Defenses might rough up Browns' new starter

This is now Johnny Football's team, and opponents know it. According to FOX Sports NFL insider Jay Glazer, there are defensive players who are discussing how to handle Johnny Manziel's introduction to the league. "There are defensive players who said they'd take a 15-yard penalty to welcome him to the NFL," Glazrer said. Bengals defensive players aren't sure what they're going to...
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Jay Glazer continues his assault on ESPN’s sourcing policy

Jay Glazer’s very public feuding with ESPN goes back several years and it flared up once again this week after The Glaze accused ESPN of taking his Johnny Manziel scoopage. Glazer was a guest on The Rich Eisen Show on Thursday and spoke at length about his barrage aimed at Bristol.  He talked with Eisen about why it was important: “I get judged by one thing and one thing only...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Kenny Mayne mocks Jay Glazer’s accusation of ESPN stealing scoops

Jay Glazer dropped a pipebomb on ESPN Tuesday when he called the network’s news department “lying bastards” for how they handled the news that Johnny Manziel will be starting this week.  Glazer revealed some very interesting behind-the-scenes tidbits as well on the conversation between Fox and ESPN over the dispute. On SportsCenter later that evening, Kenny Mayne introduced...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Jay Glazer calls ESPN “lying bastards” over Johnny Manziel report

NFL on Fox reporter Jay Glazer has never been shy when it comes to voicing his displeasure over ESPN elbowing their way into his scoopage.  But he took his frustration with ESPN to a whole new level on Tuesday. Glazer broke the news today that Johnny Manziel would start this Sunday for the Cleveland Browns.  ESPN quickly piggybacked on the report, crediting both themselves (naturally...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Glazer: Johnny Manziel attending Cavs game played role in decision to start Brian Hoyer

Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine may have said that the team believes Brian Hoyer gives him the best chance to win football games, but FOX Sports’ Jay Glazer reports that there was a bit more to the decision to roll with Hoyer despite his penchant for back-shattering interceptions. According to Glazer, Manziel attending a Cleveland Cavaliers last week played a factor in...
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Jay Glazer Eviscerates ESPN for Using His Report

FOX Sports reporter Jay Glazer is never one to mince words, sugarcoat things or shy away from a little heat and made no exception on Wednesday. Glazer first reported that the Cleveland Browns would go with Brian Hoyer as their starting quarterback in Week 13. Of course, dozens of media outlets picked up the story, Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Jim Harbaugh may be traded, possibly to Raiders or Jets

The San Francisco 49ers are planning to trade Jim Harbaugh after the season rather than lose him for nothing when the coach’s contract expires after next season. FOX NFL reporter Jay Glazer first reported news that the Niners plan to try trading Harbaugh after the season. ESPN’s Adam Schefter says the Raiders and Jets are...Read More
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos brought in Richie Incognito for work-out

The Denver Broncos have been pretty poor on the offensive line this year and they might be turning to a very solid (hot-headed) offensive lineman in Richie Incognito. Jay Glazer    @JayGlazer The Broncos brought in Richie Incognito for a workout and visit. Denver is 26th in NFL in rushing and Sunday shuffled their line […] The post Denver Broncos brought in Richie Incognito...
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November 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles tried to pull off a trade for Vincent Jackson

According to NFL insider Jay Glazer, the Philadelphia Eagles almost made a trade prior to the 2014 NFL trade deadline earlier this week. Glazer made an appearance on the FOX pre-game show and noted that the Eagles tried to acquire Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Vincent Jackson. And Eagles tried to trade for Vincent Jackson […] The post Eagles tried to pull off a trade for...
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November 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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