The 2018 NFL schedule will be released at a date that provides plenty of time for the league’s fans and media to break it down for months before the start of the season — about four months, to be specific.
According to the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson, The Dolphins view linebacker as a bigger need than defensive tackle and have been impressed by Roquan Smith’s all-around skills.
Two of the names that stood out to them from that third category were Michael Crabtree and Dez Bryant.
I think there are not a lot of bipartisan things our elected officials can agree on, but this should be one of them: honoring former New Orleans Saint and current ALS spokesman and beacon Steve Gleason with the United States Congressional Gold Medal. Democratic senators from Gleason’s home state of Washington and Republican senators from his adopted state of Louisiana co-sponsored the legislation, which must be approved by two-thirds of both the Senate and the House of Representatives to become law. Gleason, who is wheelchair-bound and communicates by using his eye with a special computer program, would be the 107th individual so honored by the House and Senate over the past century.
Eagles executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman said the team did not learn of the investigation until Friday. The Seahawks also reportedly were unaware of the incident before the March 7 trade that sent Bennett to the Eagles, along with a seventh-round pick, for backup receiver Marcus Johnson and a fifth-round pick.
James is best deployed in a role allowing him to blitz and attack near the line of scrimmage, but he’s no slouch in coverage. With further development, he could take on more of a single high safety role. Projected: potential top 10
He was expected to battle for a starting spot in Philadelphia’s deep stable of cornerbacks, which includes Ronald Darby, Sidney Jones, Jalen Mills and Rasul Douglas. Bowen offered more context on Worley’s potential standing with the Eagles going forward in the event he isn’t released:
Worley is the second player acquired by the Eagles this offseason facing potential legal issues. Defensive end Michael Bennett was acquired by the team in a trade with the Seattle Seahawks and was charged with felony injury to the elderly after allegedly shoving aside a female staffer while trying to get on the field following the New England Patriots Super Bowl win over the Atlanta Falcons in Feb. 2017.