Archive for June, 2016

Ex-Patriots receiver is in jail for an inept series of crimes

Sunday, June 26th, 2016:

When Tampa police caught wind of the gambling ring, it didn’t take long before they had undercover informants betting with Caldwell. After he signed for it, the SWAT team showed up again. Besides San Diego and Washington, Caldwell also spent a season in New England, where he caught 61 passes for 760 yards and four […]   Read More →

DeAndre Hopkins: Texans are ‘the team to beat in the AFC South’

Thursday, June 16th, 2016:

“To me, it doesn’t matter as long as they have somebody that can get it to me at least 20 yards down the field,” Hopkins said. He has a point. Last year, Hopkins caught 111 passes for 1,521 yards, and 11 touchdowns. The Texans invested heavily in receivers this offseason, drafting burner Will Fuller and […]   Read More →

LaMarr Woodley calls his last two defensive coordinators ‘dumb’

Sunday, June 12th, 2016:

“In Arizona, we had one of the best defenses,” he said. “You look at the results that happened in the Carolina game. It wasn’t because we had bad players. No, our defensive coordinator he didn’t have the common sense to talk to his players to make the adjustments. Because he just wanted to do things […]   Read More →

Three things the Tigers must improve in order to get back into the race

Friday, June 10th, 2016:

Verlander and Sanchez might be in permanent decline right now, so it’s unclear how much the Tigers can (should?) count on them to improve their performance going forward. They have more flexibility with the other two rotation spots. Either way, these results are nowhere good enough to contend. One ace and four other guys getting […]   Read More →

Bears-Patriots joint practices might lead to some awkward reunions

Monday, June 6th, 2016:

After he landed with New England, Bennett was asked if his relationship with the Bears took a turn for the worse. His response? “I don’t know,” he said, per the Chicago Sun-Times. “You have to ask them.” Bennett never shies away from providing an honest quote and he has a history of slamming players at […]   Read More →

Free agent Dwight Freeney willing to sign anywhere, with one condition

Thursday, June 2nd, 2016:

Freeney’s willing to wait, but not forever. Freeney, who was the 11th overall pick in the 2002 NFL Draft, didn’t sign with the Cardinals until after Week 5 last season, and that’s an experience he doesn’t want to go through again. “I know my body loved (signing late), but the anxiety mentally wasn’t good,” Freeney […]   Read More →

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