NFL Notes: It's a pretty quiet day ahead of the schedule release.
Did we all enjoy the Earl Thomas revelations last night? As a Seahawks fan , I sure did.
Here's what we know for sure:
It happened April 13 but came to light yesterday as Earl Thomas went on Instagram
Some answers only Scotchy knows.
NFL Nuggets: three days until the Draft
Jameis Winston claims he is being "methodical" in his search for a new team he feels is a perfect fit.
Because "no one has called me" isn't a very resounding answer.
The Jags seem to be doing their best
It's mostly coaching news today:
It was, according to PFT, "Love at first sight" between Jerry Jones & Mike McCarthy.
BTW - worst Marvel pairing since Sue Storm & Matt Murdock.
The Panthers are hiring Baylor's Matt Rhule as their new coach.
It's a seven-year, $60 million deal, which
I had to call in sick for school today. It's not that I can't keep anything down, it's that I can't keep anything in. Bear with me while I type this in a Tylenol haze. Plain rice for me!
Now ex-Dolphins RB Mark Walton was cut today after he
Andrew Luck updates:
The Colts are letting him keep his bonus money from the last contract signing.
It amounts to $16.8 million, since he had three years left on the five-year extension he signed in 2016.
There are rumours that Jim Irsay has known for a (little) while
Melvin Gordon has told the Chargers he's not showing up to camp without a new contract.
In a "pay me or trade me" scenario, he's saying that he wants to be paid what he deserves, or wants to be traded to a team that will pay him what
Antonio Brown issued a(n empty) trade threat in response to criticism of Sunday's performance.
A former Steelers PR rep, Ryan Scarpino, who worked for the Steelers from 2010-17, tweeted his thoughts, and I guess Brown still follows him and got a little touchy someone went after the king.
Hi all. After a welcome three-day holiday weekend away from the #content mines, I'm ready to return you to the cromulence of my banality. I golfed & drank on Saturday & saw Deadpool 2 & drank on Monday; in betwixt, I soberly crammed in family time with the extendeds. Thanks
Or, "The Reasonableness of the Situation".
Honestly, after how the games turned out, I was expecting far more vitriol than I found.
The Jags were first up
and their fans took it...pretty well.
But, because they were playing the Patriots, like clockwork
and targeting specific people,
along with replaying the
The four Divisional Round games gave us plenty to chew on.
The Falcons getting beat wasn't all that surprising. Still, it engendered two types of reaction:
A) It's the new guy's fault,
B) The refs are against us.
Of course, being Twitter, there's always that one crazy person.
Titans fans, however, knew what to expect.
Honestly, after watching the games this weekend, I really wanted to do the Chargers or the Seahawks. But the Dirt Clippers did themselves with the move to LA, and they both deserve their pain & are all-but-dead to this site, so I don't even want to cover their misery. The
As you've gleaned, I've been away this week. The doctors saw fit to ram another scope up my backside & remove the polyps they found. So, I'm gingerly recuperating. But don't worry - this isn't a "Boots On The Ground" post (because, eww). But there was one match last weekend