A Bunch of Stuff You Might Have Missed Because the Internet is Vast (5-23-13)

via ZBahnerFFChris Ivory goes beast mode, and he’s ready to break out like the real “beast mode”. New Jets running back Chistopher Ivory is one of the best-known “sleepers” for the 2012, but do you really know him?

He only has 256 career carries in his 24 career games with the New Orleans Saints, yet, he’s one of the most highly regarded running backs in fantasy football this season. Before you tell me I’m crazy for ranking…[Read more]

Pulled muscle could keep Trent Richardson out until training camp

Nagging injuries helped keep Browns running back Trent Richardson from performing at the level expected when the Browns took him with the fourth overall pick in the 2012 draft. So there’s a familiar feeling to word that Richardson could miss OTAs and the team’s June minicamp with a muscle pull in his lower leg. The injury isn’t though to be particularly serious, but the team’s concerned enough about the injury that coach Rob Chudzinski said Richardson…[Read more]

Knee feels great, my goal is to be out there for training camp

Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III said after taking the field at Organized Team Activities that everything is positive with his surgically repaired knee. “The knee feels great,” Griffin said. “I’m able to do all the stuff out there without any hesitation, so that’s the best part about it. I’m excited about that. It’s all about having that confidence, and if you put the work in you’ll have that confidence when you get back out there on…[Read more]

ESPN claiming Raiders (not fans) orchestrated Charles Woodson rally

ESPN’s Trey Wingo said several times this week it was the Raiders, not the fans, who organized the fan presence at the team headquarters on Tuesday. The news of the rally staged at Raiders headquarters to greet Charles Woodson upon his arrival to meet with the team has been widely reported. Every news outlet, including NFL.com, has recognized the Raiders fans as mobilizing to show Charles Woodson they wanted him back. But not Trey Wingo and…[Read more]

Like other No. 88, Dez Bryant wants to run all day

via toddarcher – IRVING, Texas – When the Cowboys gave Dez Bryant jersey No. 88 in 2010 they did not try to shy away from comparisons to and expectations of Michael Irvin and Drew Pearson. ESPN NFL Insider Ed Werder joins Fitzsimmons & Durrett to discuss Jerry Jones‘ recent comments, Cowboys OTAs, Dez Bryant and more. Listen Jason Garrett has long said Irvin’s greatest attribute was his ability to keep working when everybody else…[Read more]

Morris: Redskins motivated by ‘a bad taste in our mouth’

via Rich_TandlerCSN – The Redskins had two rookies in their offensive backfield who set the NFL on fire last year. One of them, quarterback Robert Griffin III, has spent his offseason rehabbing his reconstructed right knee. The other, running back Alfred Morris, has been waiting to get back to work. “I’m glad to be back, I’ve been bored this offseason,” said Morris. “Just happy and excited to be back with my teammates to build off of what we accomplished…[Read more]

Written by: Coleman Kelly on May 23, 2013. Benny Cunningham vs McNeese State. Every year, over 250 former college players get drafted. Even more are signed as priority free agents or given a tryout. The majority of these players will never amount to anything in the NFL; however, it’s very important to be aware of talented small school players just in case there’s a situation where they’ll be thrust into playing time. In my rush to add…[Read more]

Late Round Quarterbacks With The Highest Fantasy Football Ceilings

Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (7) throws a pass against the Cleveland Browns during the second half of the game at Heinz Field. The Steelers won the game, 24-10. Mandatory Credit: Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports If you’re willing to wait on drafting a quarterback as your fellow fantasy football fiends are drafting their backup signal callers, laughing as your supposed folly, you might as well ignore the fantasy downsides of the available quarterbacks. Focus…[Read more]

Where Can Rams Improve Most in 2013?

via CaptainComeback – Some NFL teams have a deeper hole than others to climb out of. For the St. Louis Rams, it did not get much deeper than what coach Jeff Fisher stepped into a year ago. From 2007-11, the Rams were just 15-65 (.188), which is the worst five-year stretch by a team in NFL history. But after a 7-8-1 finish in 2012, some optimism has finally returned to St. Louis. Wounds from draft blunders of the past are healing…[Read more]

Chicago Bears fielding NFL’s oldest starting group?

via BrendanLeister – Most new coaches take over rosters that are ready to rebuild. That’s not the case with the Chicago Bears. Marc Trestman inherited a team that finished 10-6 last year and doesn’t have a lot of quality young talent. ESPN.com’s Mike Sando crunched the numbers, noting that the Bears have the oldest cumulative projected starting lineup in the entire NFL. This especially is true on defense, where Lance Briggs has assumed the leadership void left vacant by…[Read more]

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