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Mark Dominik: Darrelle Revis stays with Patriots ‘at a reasonable rate’

Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports ESPN front office analyst Mark Dominik, who is the former general manager of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, thinks Darrelle Revis will remain in New England at a “reasonable rate.” Dominik, who was with the Bucs when they traded for Revis in 2013, said Tuesday on ESPN Radio’s “Mike and Mike” program that the 29-year-old cornerback will...
Via Sports-Glory
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Recruiting Analyst Names Drew Henson One Of Top 10 All-Time Football Recruits

Drew Henson, who notably was the guy fighting with Tom Brady for the starting QB spot at Michigan, was one of the most heralded recruits coming out of Brighton, Michigan. Although recruiting services like Scout, Rivals and 247Sports weren’t around back then, there were still people who rated high school players, including CBS Sports’ Tom […] The post Recruiting Analyst Names...
Via Diehardsport
6 hours ago  |  Discuss

Reds/Bengals Fan Responds To Sheriff’s Facebook Post Saying He Has Warrants

  Andrew Marcum isn’t the brightest Bengals/Reds fan you’ll ever run into. Not only is he wanted in Butler County (OH) for a variety of warrants, he’s also been involved in suspected safe-cracking, assault, domestic violence and criminal endangering. He also doesn’t know when to stay quiet and act like he’s left the area. So Andrew didn’t like it Monday when Facebook...
Via Busted Coverage
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Devin McCourty talks about Patriots franchise tag decision

Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports The New England Patriots elected to use their franchise tag on kicker Stephen Gostkowski, instead of on safety Devin McCourty. McCourty, who had a $9.6 million tag number, spoke with ESPN’s Josina Anderson about the process following Monday’s deadline. Anderson asked McCourty how he feels about the Patriots decision. “I really didn’t know...
Via Sports-Glory
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Andre Johnson the Patriot?

Could Tom Brady be throwing to Johnson next year?In a slight twist Monday night, it was reported by John McClain that the Houston Texans gave Andre Johnson permission to seek a trade, and if no trade is agreed upon he will become a free agent.This has sparked interest of fans across the country, knowing that the Pro-Bowl WR may have a chance to land on their team. After a day where...
Via Patriots Life
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Patriots tag Stephen Gostkowski, not Devin McCourty

Winslow Townson/USA TODAY Sports The New England Patriots used their 2015 franchise tag on kicker Stephen Gostkowski. Patriots placed their franchise tag on kicker Stephen Gostkowski, per a league source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 2, 2015 Gostkowski will make $4.126 million in 2015 unless he and the Patriots can agree on new deal before July 15. Using the...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

“Tom Brady” Rap Music Video; It’s Horribly Awesome

UnderRated has a dream he is Tom Brady — and he’s dropping this new single off Potluck’s upcoming album “Stoner Problems.” It’s absoulute horrible, but amazing at the same time because of the Tom Brady references. Check it out for yourself, and you be the judge. h.t Potluck TV
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3 wide receivers the New England Patriots should consider in free agency

In the next few years, the hardest thing for Patriots fans will be excepting Tom Brady’s mortality. Yes, he’s still playing at an elite level, winning Super Bowls and being generally awesome, but, sooner than later, he’s going to need more help from those around him in order to succeed. Last year, New England’s wide receiving corps played remarkably well, but that’s much...
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Should the San Francisco 49ers consider a d-lineman in free agency?

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Should the Arizona Cardinals consider a d-lineman in free agency?

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Should the San Diego Chargers consider a d-lineman in free agency?

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Chargers
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Can the Seattle Seahawks afford this d-lineman in free agency?

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Should the Oakland Raiders consider a d-lineman in free agency?

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Raiders
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Denver Broncos can’t let this d-lineman escape in free agency

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Broncos
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Should the Tennessee Titans consider a d-lineman in free agency?

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Should the Minnesota Vikings consider a d-lineman in free agency?

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Vikings
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Can the New Orleans Saints afford a d-lineman in free agency?

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Saints
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Should the St. Louis Rams consider a d-lineman in free agency?

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Rams
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Chicago Bears have to grab this d-lineman in free agency

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Bears
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Houston Texans have to look at this d-lineman in free agency

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Texans
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Should the Green Bay Packers consider a d-lineman in free agency?

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Packers
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Detroit Lions can’t let this d-lineman slip away in free agency

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Lions
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Cincinnati Bengals have to get this d-lineman in free agency

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Bengals
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Pittsburgh Steelers can’t afford to let this d-lineman to slip away in free agency

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Steelers
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Should the Miami Dolphins consider a d-lineman in free agency?

In a league where the rules are heavily tilted in the favor of the offense, there aren’t a lot of ways for the defense to fight back. All too often, their role in a game is to slow down the bleeding, not stop it. Dominating on that side of the ball has become more and more rare. But that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. In fact, we’ve seen a few examples in recent years where...
Via cover32 - Dolphins
3 days ago  |  Discuss
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