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John Clayton At Super Bowl Party, Paulina Snaps Back & Grandpa Wayne’s Birthday Party

  Things heat up at the Super Bowl tonight The annual Jay Glazer party goes down tonight, which kicks off the Super Bowl party train. I was at Jay’s party a year ago and it was loaded with the normal big names you’d expect like Strahan, Urlacher and Dan Patrick’s “Danettes.” Oh, and we saw Jesse Palmer in his element just destroying some blonde that had to go home with...
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10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Redskins to Offer A.J. Smith Larger Front Office Role

    View image |     Phase two of the Washington Redskins rebuild is reportedly set to take place. According to an ESPN report, the Redskins are looking to boost A.J. Smith’s role within the organization. Smith had spent the past two seasons as a senior executive for the Redskins.   While Bruce Allen is expected to remain the president...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers Sub-Packages Should See Improvement

Yesterday, ESPN’s John Clayton took a look at how players in sub-packages are beginning to command more respect by front offices, even if many of them are not technically starters, and thus are getting paid more. Of course, the fact that teams are employing sub-packages more and more frequently has a lot to do with […] Steelers Sub-Packages Should See Improvement is a post from...
Via Steelers Depot
June 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Multiple Teams Interested In Trading Back Into Round One For Derek Carr?

  According to ESPN’s John Clayton, four to five teams have told Fresno State QB Derek Carr that they are interested in trading into round one take him in the 20s. Many have said that Carr could end up being a first-round pick and possibly get drafted higher than Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater. The Browns are in decent position to take a quarterback at No. 26 overall given that...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
May 04, 2014  |  Discuss

John Clayton Says 2014 Salary Cap Now Projected To Rise To $132 Million

It appears as though the Pittsburgh Steelers are continuing to gain salary cap space by not doing anything. According to John Clayton of ESPN on Twitter, the projection for the 2014 salary cap is now at $132 million, according to a source of his. Earlier in the week, Adam Shefter reported he had heard that the projected salary cap would be $130 million, which would be nearly four...
Via Steelers Depot
February 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: 2014 Salary Cap Could Be As High As $132 million

ESPN’s John Clayton reports that a source has informed him that the 2014 NFL salary cap is now projected to be $132 million. ESPN’s Adam Schefter recently reported that projections for the 2014 cap were said to be close to $130 million. Schefter added that NFL teams were expecting the cap to be lower than this, which is obviously good news. Teams like the Cowboys and Steelers...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
February 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Another national pundit likes the Rams as a 2014 contender

Earlier in the week, ESPN’s John Clayton included the Rams in his list of teams he believes could be Super Bowl bound in 2014. The consensus around this team is that they’re generally trending upward, but perhaps calling them a Super Bowl contender at this point might be a bit of a stretch. However, the Rams were again mentioned among top teams to watch as the offseason begins...
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February 07, 2014  |  Discuss

ESPN’s John Clayton likes the 2014 Rams’ Super Bowl chances

The headline pretty much says it all on this one. I try to stay pretty objective regarding the Rams because of my duties here at cover32 Rams, but even with my most intense blue and gold blinders on, I don’t think I could pick the Rams as one of the eight most likely teams to make the Super Bowl next year. But that’s what John Clayton wrote. Rams coach Jeff Fisher has the youngest...
Via cover32 - Rams
February 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Michael Floyd Likely To Play vs. Tennessee

According to ESPN's John Clayton, Arizona receiver Michael Floyd isn't in danger of missing Sunday's game against Tenneesse despite re-injuring his ankle in last week's win over St. Louis.Fantasy Spin:Floyd (56 catches, 886 yards, 4 TD) is closing in on his first 1,000-yard receiving season. He's posted at least 95 yards in three of his last four contests.
Via Fantasy Football Champs
December 14, 2013  |  Discuss

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