Will Antonio Brown ever return to the pros? Inside his complicated NFL legacy
I’m not going to post two more stories here like I typically do. Do yourself a favor and take ten minutes to read this one. I’ve posted a lot of articles, but this has to be one of the best ones I’ve read.
I have no reason to believe that none of the facts in this article are true, but whoever’s in charge of background checks or gathering information on potential Raiders players needs to be fired immediately for the massive failure at their job.
AFC West News
Arrowhead Pride:Patrick Mahomes had nothing to say about counting to 10
I don’t mind the pettiness at all, I would be offended if Mitchell Trubisky was picked before me too.
Mile High Report: Can the Broncos finish strong?
The real question is, can Robert Griffin III finish strong?
Bolts From the Blue: Philip Rivers taking brunt of blame for flawed team
I don’t watch enough Chargers games to comment on whether or not the writer of this article is correct. But at the very least, the building blocks they have on defense should mean they’ll have a better record in the future against the Chiefs and Broncos.
Field Gulls: Strength and conditioning coach Ivan Lewis’ past problems have caught up with him in Seattle
I thought the Seahawks injury rate was a little abnormal this year, but this looks like a rare whiff on the part of Pete Carroll.
Behind the Steel Curtain: Steelers place QB Mason Rudolph on injured reserve
Looks like the Steelers are going to have no choice but to start a grown man who willingly goes by the name Duck.
Bears Wire: Mack isn’t happy with his 2019 performance
I’m surprised that he didn’t mention that Akiem Hicks is out and that’s why he’s not having the season he thought he would. That seems to be what every commentator believes every time I happen to watch a game featuring the Bears. Did I miss the part where Hicks and Mack were sharing the $141 million dollar contract that Mack signed?