jesse-james
15 Mar 2019

Looking for the 2019 Eric Ebron? Free Agent TE Landing Spots

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A year ago, the Detroit Lions took the decision to rid themselves of Eric Ebron, after a fairly underwhelming run in the Motor City. Ebron landed with the Indianapolis Colts, and people wondered whether he would be able to coexist with the incumbent Jack Doyle, to become a

tyrell_williams
14 Mar 2019

Tyrell Williams to the Oakland Raiders

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At one stage, Tyrell Williams looked like the shining jewel in the crown of the 2019 crop of free agent wide receivers. Finally, it seemed that The Gazelle would emerge from the shadow of Keenan Allen and become the leading light in a different WR room, and hopefully become the star that

Wentz
10 Mar 2019

2016 5th Year Options: Who Will Be Picked Up?

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Before we get into the heart of this piece, maybe I should briefly explain just what it is I’m talking about. Well, under the 2011 Collective Bargaining Agreement, all first-round draft picks have to sign four-year deals, with a team option for a fifth year. This option has to be exercised

antonio-brown
04 Mar 2019

Free Agency Preview: Will Washington Be a Major Player in The Trade Market?

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Neil Dutton reviews Washington’s 2018 season, outlines players the team could lose to free agency and offers his thoughts on potential reinforcements the team should look to sign. 2018 IN SUMMARY Heading into a Week 11 home game against the Houston Texans, Washington was 6-3 and very much in the

leveon bell
26 Feb 2019

Free Agency Preview: Raiders Have a Whole Heap of Holes

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Neil Dutton reviews the Oakland Raiders 2018 season, outlines players the team could lose to free agency and offers his thoughts on potential reinforcements the team should look to sign. 2018 IN SUMMARY 2018 was the first year of the second coming of Jon Gruden for the Oakland Raiders, and

adamhumphries
22 Feb 2019

Free Agency Preview: Lions Need to Give Matthew Stafford More Weapons

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Neil Dutton reviews the Detroit Lions 2018 season, outlines players the team could lose to free agency and offers his thoughts on potential reinforcements the team should look to sign. 2018 IN SUMMARY After back to back 9-7 campaigns, the Detroit Lions brought the Jim Caldwell era to an end

tevin-coleman
20 Feb 2019

Free Agency Preview: Eagles Feel the Need for Speed

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Neil Dutton reviews the Philadelphia Eagles 2018 season, outlines players the team could lose to free agency and offers his thoughts on potential reinforcements the team would like to sign. 2018 IN SUMMARY A year after a 13-3 regular season record, not to mention a victory in the Super Bowl,

goedert
17 Feb 2019

Dallas Goedert : A Look Back at His Rookie Season

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Continuing our look back at the 2018 rookie crop, our attention turns now to Philadelphia Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert. Despite a Christian name that is not exactly a popular word around Philly, Goedert was able to do enough in his first season to convince Eagles fans that Dallas doing

gesicki
17 Feb 2019

Room to Improve : A look at Mike Gesicki’s Rookie Season

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We come to Miami Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki in our latest look back on the 2018 rookie crop. Gesicki entered his debut season with high hopes and expectations, even taking into account the relative difficulty rookie TEs have in becoming productive immediately. It is probably fair to say that

herndon
13 Feb 2019

The Jets Have a Tight End? – Christopher Herndon’s Rookie Review

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With the 2018 NFL season now seeming a long way in the past, we are continuing our look back at the performances of some of the players for whom 2018 was their first taste of NFL action. In this piece, we’ll look at a player who achieved the rarest of