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In the off-time between the end of OTAs and the beginning of training camp, many NFL players around the country will return to their hometowns to host their own football camp, supporting local youth football in their area. Carlos Dunlap and Jordan Shipley each hosted their own event last week, and players like Brian Leonard, Michael Johnson, and Mohamed Sanu have been making appearances at other camps.
This week, running back Cedric Peerman decided to hold his own football camp in his hometown of Lynchburg, Virginia. He invited along the Jaguars' third-year RB Rashad Jennings, and former NFLer's Antico Dalton, Percell Gaskins, Don Sasa, and Charles Mincy.
The event was titled the Faith, Family, & Sports Football Camp. Peerman is actually a licensed minister, and even went by the nickname the "Running Reverend" while playing college football at the University of Virginia.
He wasn't a superstar running back in college, but he did enough to be draf...
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Brandon Tate is creating a stir as the Bengals current No. 2 receiver
It seems that Brandon Tate is something of a hot button in Who Dey Nation. Some people seem to hate him and think he may not even make the roster this year. Others seem to recognize his contributions to special teams, where he was a pretty productive returner, although prone to some poor decisions.
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Yesterday I addressed the incessant hand-wringing in Who Dey-ville regarding the second starting WR position. Today, I’ll look at another area that seems to get a lot of publicity from fans and “experts” alike: The cornerbacks.
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The NFL Network has helped the offseason pass with an interesting but controversial list of the Top 100 Players in the NFL. The list was supposedly voted on by current NFL players, but many fans (including myself) think the list is a piece of crap and doesn’t even come close to truly reflecting the best players in the league. For example...
Last week Pete Prisco with CBSSports.com listed one underrated, defensive tackle Geno Atkins, and one overrated player, running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis, for each team in the NFL. ESPN analyst KC Joyner writes something similar, except he lists the most overrated players in the entire league. Though the headline is mostly about Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco and his overrated...
The woman who was shopping sexually explicit photos of Terrell Owens to a variety of media outlets has reportedly withdrawn her offer. Here’s who else but TMZ:
The woman [...] tells us she’s had a “change of heart” and will NOT sell the pics to anyone, for any price. [...]
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This week at the NFL Rookie symposium, the newest additions to the league have had some great advice. Adam Jones spoke on what not to do, Michael Vick did the same and Michael Irvin took the crew to the Pro Football Hall of Fame to show them where they could end up if they did everything the right way.
Now, another familiar face was added to the roster. Terrell Owens arrived in...
We all know about Terrell Owens and how good he was as a football, but now it seems that Owens has a little too much time on his hands. According to Barstoolsports.com the recently released Owens was caught playing with himself in a Skype chat room with a 27-year-old female. The female asked for her name not to be exposed, she also said that Owens has done this type of Skype interview...
This is a simple but an important question. Marvin Lewis is going into his 10th season as head coach of the Bengals. Only two other coaches — Bill Belichick and Andy Reid — held their current job when he became the HC in 2003. In fact, only 7 current head coaches have more experience than Marvin has. In an era of disposable staff, he has found unusual longevity.
Given that Marvin’s...
By now we all know of Terrell Owens failed attempts to land with an NFL team. While still considered to be in good shape, Owens attitude has made him an unwanted commodity in NFL locker rooms. But Owens isn’t the only player who seems to generate little-to-no interest by NFL teams. This is not to say that some of these guys won’t eventually land with a team. It’s just that...
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Oakland Raiders are still interested in free agent running back Cedric Benson.
“They’re still interested in signing Cedric Benson. Cedric Benson is still on the Raiders’ radar,” said Schefter, per Evan Silva.
Not sure what the Raiders are waiting for. They just might be unwilling to pay Benson whatever he’s asking for.
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