God bless you, Redskins fans.
“Fullback Mike Sellers has served as positional coach, explaining the running backs’ tasks and responsibilities, and critiquing Royster and fellow rookie Roy Helu’s execution.”
This reminds me of that South Park baseball episode where each team is desperately trying to lose.
Colin Cowherd is an asshole.
(Eagles, Cowboys, and Giants news after the jump)…
TWO jokes on this one!
– Jones will be watching the wedding on TV outside of the church.
– It took Calvin Watkins AND Ed Werder to break this story? Really?
Josh Ellis just likes Shaun Ellis because they’re cousins.
A “real NFL GM” is not on the list. Don’t actually click this, by the way. It’s just a commercial for DirecTV and StubHub. I just wanted to sneak that GM joke in there.
I disagree that the rule change to move kickoffs to the 35 favors Buehler. I think that making it easier to kick the ball through the endzone hurts Buehler’s value.
The Eagles coaching staff raves about Kafka any opportunity they get. I didn’t see it in camp last year. Eager to watch more closely this year.
Speaking of camp, thanks for ruining my night, Les. I’ll be extremely bummed if there’s no camp at Lehigh this year.
The crux of it is the Cardinals’ 1 in 2012, plus either Tim Hightower or Greg Toler for Kolb and a 5 in 2012. I’m not sure what Greg Toler does for the Eagles, seeing as they drafted Trevard Lindley in the 4th round last year, Curtis Marsh in the 3rd this year, and there are plenty of more attractive options that will be available in free agency that are better than Toler. Hightower is moderately intriguing (I’ve always liked his game), but it’s not like he’d see the field for more than 5-10 snaps per game. And the Eagles also have to give back a 5? Pass.
“Shady McCoy, Jeremy Maclin, Jason Peters, Quintin Mikell…any one of these players could easily be considered one of the best in the league at their position. So which slight pisses you off the most? Let us hear about it in the comments.”
Ehhhhh, if Peters made it, I wouldn’t be surprised, but the other three are unreasonable.
Eric thinks Prince can beat out Ross for the nickle job
I actually think it makes a lot of sense. The OL is getting really old and rickety, and Portis might be the best pass protecting RB in the NFL.
Jackson’s better now, but Nicks will be better “in two years.” So Nicks will continue to improve, while DeSean has reached his ceiling at the ripe old age of 24 years. Makes sense.
I was rooting for this guy.