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      Mosley was a two-time All-American, the SEC Defensive Player of the Year and the Butkus Award winner while playing for Alabama. He's been gone for three seasons, but he hasn't missed a game.
      "Most of them are Saturday night games, so once we get done with meetings, I'll eat my dinner, go straight to my room and watch the game," Mosley told Edward Lee of the Baltimore Sun. "I've always got to represent. ...
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    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Huskies open Pac-12 play against Colorado" Today

      THE GAME: The Washington football team (3-0) begins Pac-12 Conference play where it left off last year as the Huskies travel to Boulder <a href="http://www.officialchargesshop.com/shop-by-players-antonio-gates-jersey-c-1_3.html">http://www.officialchargesshop.com/shop-by-players-antonio-gates-jersey-c-1_3.html</a> to face Colorado (3-0) in a rematch of the 2016 conference championship game. The Huskies enter the game, which will kick off at 8:00 p.m. MT/7:00 p.m. PT and air on FOX Sports 1, ranked No. 7 in the latest AP Top 25 and No. 6 the USA Today coaches' poll. Colorado is unranked, but receiving votes in both. Last Dec. in Santa Clara, the Huskies beat the Buffaloes, 41-10, in the title game, in the teams' only meeting of 2016. Following this Saturday's game in Boulder, the Huskies head to Oregon State Sept. 30.
      QUICK SLANTS: Washington's Dante Pettis has opened the season with a punt return for a touchdown in each of the UW's three games: 61 yards at Rutgers, 67 yards vs. Montana and 77 yards vs. Fresno State ... with 8 career TDs on punt returns, he's tied the NCAA record, shared by Wes Welker (Texas Tech) and Antonio Perkins (Oklahoma) while also tying the NCAA mark for consecutive games with a punt return TD (David Allen, Kansas State, 1998; Ryan Switzer, North Carolina, 2013) ... in the Fresno State win, he also caught three TD passes and threw a 39-yard pass ... Keishawn Bierria led the nation in fumble recoveries last year, with five ... he recovered one against Montana, giving him seven for his career, one shy of the UW career record ... tailback Myles Gaskin scored his 27th career rushing touchdown vs. Fresno State, placing him eighth on the UW list ... three games into his junior season, Jake Browning currently sits fourth on the UW career passing yards (7,183) and career completions (534) charts ... his 67 career TD passes remain second on the list, behind Keith Price's 75 ... seven true freshmen have seen action for the UW so far this year: TE Hunter Bryant, TE Jacob Kizer, WR Ty Jones, TB Salvon Ahmed and DBs Keith Taylor, Brandon McKinney and Elijah Molden ... UW entered the year with 32 players on the roster who had started at least one game ... four more (LB Ben Burr-Kirven and DBs Jordan Miller, Myles Bryant and Murphy) earned their first starts at Rutgers, while two more (WR Jordan Chin and TE Hunter Bryant) started vs. Fresno State, meaning that 38 different Huskies have started a game ... the UW has won seven straight "true" road games (not counting neutral sites).
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      RADIO: The Washington IMG College Network, with its flagship station KOMO AM-1000 and FM-97.7, will carry the live broadcast of every football game on 17 Northwest radio stations. Longtime play-by-play man Bob Rondeau and color analyst Damon Huard are joined by sideline reporter Elise Woodward. The home broadcast of the game will also air on Sirius (83) and XM (83) satellite radio. Westwood One (Ted Emrich, Derek Rackley) will also air a national, syndicated broadcast.
      THE YOUNG AND THE OLD: Washington has been a notably and demonstrably young team the last couple of years and, while the Huskies have gotten distinctly more experienced across the board, the roster still skews towards youth. The 2017 roster includes 40 freshmen and 26 sophomores, compared to just 16 seniors and 27 juniors, meaning just under 61 percent of the players have three or more years of eligibility left. At the same time, Washington has 53 returning lettermen and, not counting specialists, 32 different Huskies have started at least one game during their career, entering the 2017 season.
      RETURNS ON FIRE: Since the arrival of coach Chris Petersen and his staff prior to the 2014 season, Washington has had five kickoff returns for touchdowns (four by John Ross and one by Keishawn Bierria) and eight punt returns for TDs (all by Dante Pettis, good for a share of the NCAA record). Ross actually had five career TDs, but his first came in the 2013 Fight Hunger Bowl, the last game before the start of the Petersen era. Even if you include that Ross TD, you have to back 16 seasons before you count the previous five Husky kick return TDs, and 23 seasons to count the last eight punt returns. Ja'Warren Hooker returned a kick for a score in 1997. Then, from 1998 to 2033, the Huskies had five: Ross in 2013, Louis Rankin in 2007, Roc Alexander in 2001, Paul Arnold in 1999 and Touré Butler in 1998. As for punt returns, Beno Bryant had three punt return TDs in 1990, and another in 1991. Since then, over 23 seasons (1991-2013), the Huskies had just six more: Jesse Callier in 2011, Chris <a href="http://www.authentic49ersshop.com/shop-by-players-joe-staley-jersey-c-1_30.html">Joe Staley Youth Jersey</a> Stevens in 2006, Charles Frederick in 2003 and (2001), Joe Jarzynka in 1998), and Dave Janoski in 1996 – and two of those (Callier & Stevens) were on blocked punts, so not "traditional" punt returns. What's more? Since Petersen's arrival, the Huskies haven't allowed a single punt or kick return for a score.

    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Defining Chicago Bears Quarterback Mike Glennon in one play" Today

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      The pocket is clean. He is looking at Josh Bellamy on a go route, and should know that Tarik Cohen is running a cross underneath, as highlighted.
      Mike Glennon actually does what he should have. He gets the safety, Chris Conte to buy in on the deep ball, eventually leaving the teams top play maker open for a potential big gain.
      If Glennon had pocket awareness,he would feel the pressure on his left. However, he also has a huge gap to step up into, since that is already where he is looking to throw. Cohen and Bellamy should both be in his vision, and as he steps up, the movement of the safety should tell Glennon where he is going with the ball.
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      Staring down his wasted first option too long without any pocket presence to step up finally catches up to Glennon. He gets bumped, loses all composure and throws that. Two plays later Glennon had the sack fumble and from there the route was on.

    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Seahawks bench RB Eddie Lacy vs. 49ers" Today

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      Lacy was not listed on any injury report this week and was held to 3 yards on five carries in the opening loss to the Packers. Seattle is going with Thomas Rawls, Chris Carson and C.J. Prosise at running back.
      Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman is active after being listed as questionable with a hamstring injury and sitting out two days of practice this week.
      San Francisco: WR Kendrick Bourne, CB Ahkello Witherspoon, DB Lorenzo Jerome, LB Pita Taumoepenu, LB Reuben Foster (ankle), OL Erik Magnuson, DL Xavier Cooper.
      Seattle: RB J.D. McKissic, FS Tedric Thompson, LB Terrence Garvin (shoulder), G Jordan Roos, G Oday Aboushi, T Isaiah Battle.
      New York Jets at Oakland
      Jets: QB Christian Hackenberg, CB Derrick Jones, S Rontez Miles (eye), LB Bruce Carter (ankle), OL Jonathan Harrison (concussion), TE Eric Tomlinson (elbow), TE Jordan Leggett (knee).
      Raiders: CB Sean Smith (neck), FB Jamize Olawale (quadriceps), DB Keith McGill (foot), QB Connor Cook, DT Darius Latham, T David Sharpe, T Jylan Ware.
      Dallas at Denver
      Cowboys: CB Orlando Scandrick was ruled out earlier in the week with a broken left hand. QB Cooper Rush, RB Darren McFadden, CB Bene’ Benwikere, LBs Jayrone Elliott and Anthony Hitchens, G Jonathan Cooper are inactive.
      Broncos: Right guard Ron Leary is active after being in the concussion protocol during the short work week. QB Paxton Lynch, RB Devontae Booker, CB Brendan Langley, G Billy Turner, DL Ahtyba Rubin, WR Jordan Taylor, DE Zach Kerr are out.
      Miami at LA Chargers
      Inactive for Miami are CB Cordrea Tankersley, CB Torry McTyer, LB Rey Maualuga, G Isaac Asiata, OT Eric Smith, OT Sam Young and Lawrence Timmons LB (healthy scratch)
      Inactive for the LA Chargers are QB Cardale Jones, CB Jason Verrett, S Rayshawn Jenkins, OT Sam Tevi, TE Sean Culkin, WR Mike Williams and DE Jerry Attaochu.
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      Rams: QB Brandon Allen, DB Kayvon Webster, RB Justin Davis, DB Marqui Christian, LB Ejuan Prince, OL Andrew Donnal, OL Cornelius Lucas.
      Minnesota at Pittsburgh
      The Vikings have made Sam Bradford inactive early Sunday, meaning Case Keenum will get the start at quarterback for Minnesota at Pittsburgh.
      Bradford played spectacularly in a Week 1 victory over New Orleans but injured the knee during the game and was limited in practice all week.
      Keenum will make his first start for Minnesota after signing as a free agent in March. Keenum is 9-15 as a starter in his career during stints with Houston and the Rams.
      The Steelers will be without defensive end Stephon Tuitt, who injured his left bicep last week against Cleveland.
      Philadelphia at Kansas City
      Eagles: CB Ronald Darby is inactive after dislocating his right ankle last week against Washington, an injury that could keep him out six weeks. Also inactive are DLs Destiny Vaeao and Steven Means, WRs Marcus Johnson and Shelton Gibson, and OL Chance Warmack. RB Donnel Pumphrey went on IR this week with a hamstring injury, while K Caleb Sturgis went on IR with a strained quadriceps. Jake Elliott was signed to handle kicking duties.
      Chiefs: Inactive are OLs Jordan Devey and Parker Ehinger, WR Jehu Chesson, LB Reggie Ragland, CB D.J. White, DL Jarvis Jenkins and QB Tyler Bray. They are also without SS Eric Berry, who went on IR after rupturing his left Achilles’ tendon in last week’s victory in New England.
      Buffalo at Carolina
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      Panthers: RB Cameron Artis-Payne, DE Daeshon Hall, LB Jeremy Cash, C Greg Van Roten, OT John Theus, QB Brad Kaaya, CB LaDarius Gunter.
      Arizona at Indianapolis
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      Colts: QB Andrew Luck, Ryan Kelly, CB Vontae Davis, WR Chester Rogers, S Darius Butler, LB Anthony Walker, LB Antonio Morrison.
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      New England at New Orleans
      Patriots: OL LaAdrian Waddle, WR Danny Amendola (concussion, knee), WR Matt Slater (hamstring), LB Don’t’a Hightower (knee), OL Cole Croston, DB Nate Ebner, DT Vincent Valentine.

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      Forgotten in those seconds, perhaps, was that a Dolphins team that so many remain convinced wasn’t that good in 2016 is again finding ways to beat the odds in 2017. A 44-yard field goal try that NFL kickers ought to make instead sailed wide right, allowing the Dolphins to pull out a 19-17 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers and put an exclamation point on one of the weirdest weeks in team history.
      Want something else weird? They’re in sole possession of first place in the AFC East.
      “When the kick went wide right, that was almost a moment like, ‘This is for you,’ ” receiver Jarvis Landry said of fans in South Florida who weren’t as fortunate as the players to scurry out of the region ahead of Hurricane Irma.
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      There’s more, because these are the Dolphins. There was a dreary first half in which one of their star receivers was nearly bent in half, triggering a skirmish in the tunnel both teams use to enter their locker rooms at halftime.

    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Pair recorded jumping on cars in movie theater lot arrested" Today

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      Joye Dossantos-Rosario, 21, and Kyle Williams, 22, both of Linden, were charged with third-degree criminal mischief after being arrested Thursday, Linden police said in a statement Monday.
      A video posted to social media showed the boisterous pair laughing as they went from car to car, leaping and tumbling on vehicles parked at the AMC Aviation 12 theater on July 19.
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    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Bills RB LeSean McCoy nursing sore groin" Yesterday

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      Coach Sean McDermott said he is "very confident" that McCoy will be able to handle a full workload in Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers. McDermott added that he was anticipating giving McCoy a veteran rest day Friday before the groin issue.
      McCoy was listed as a full participant in Wednesday's and Thursday's practices with a wrist injury suffered in last Sunday's win over the New York Jets. The injury caused McCoy to briefly leave the game after a run near the goal line.
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    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Lions look for a good season" Yesterday

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      The Lions fell to Ben Franklin Middle School in their home opener, and with today’s game being the first of five games remaining on the team’s schedule, this provides the Lions a good opportunity to build momentum for the rest of the season.
      “I am really excited about this year to see what we have,” said Lions Head Coach LeVar Medley.
      “Right now, offensively we have to continue to work on execution. The base of the offense is in, and all we have to do is sharpen things up. Defensively, we just have to make sure we know our assignments and fly to the ball. That’s what I preach on the defensive side of the ball everybody fly to the ball.”
      Medley has experience and some talented young athletes in the ranks, especially in the offensive backfield where he has everyone returning. Osiris Ross returns at quarterback, bringing with him good experience from last season.
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      “Mikyler ran the ball tough for me last year,” Medley noted, “and he is back healthy this year after suffering a broken ankle in the Bluestone game last year. We have the real fast Saeed Buster running again this year, and he has gotten bigger and stronger. He was very electric, very fast last year.”
      Another runner Medley is expecting good things from this season is Montreal Claiborne, a runner Medley describes as “a shifty-type of guy with good vision.”
      Up front, Medley is looking at returning center Greyson Balance to anchor the offensive line.
      The Lions lost a lot of their defensive starters from last season, but have a stalwart returning at defensive end in Zachariah Carter. Carter is one of four returning defensive starters for the Lions.
      “He is the leader of the defense, and I might say the leader of this team,” Medley pointed out.
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      “We’re young,” he noted.
      “The more we play, the more we’ll get it.”
      After today’s game, the Lions will play their next three games on the road before ending their season Oct. 4 with a home game against Laurel Park Middle School.

    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Dolphins do something they hadn’t done in five years; Dolphins notes" Yesterday

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      Miami emerged from Sunday’s 19-17 win against the Chargers allowing just 3.1 yards per carry, 7th best in the league.
      What’s more, after relinquishing 140 yards per game on the ground last season, Miami allowed just 44 on Sunday.
      And there’s this: The Chargers’ 44 rushing yards were the fewest allowed by the Dolphins since Sept. 30, 2012, when Arizona mustered only 28.
      “I thought we had very few missed tackles,” Adam Gase said. “The entire defense did a good job playing off each other. We had one that kind of got us for a longer run. For the most part, everybody was in the right gaps, playing fast, a lot of gang tackling. A lot of guys were around the ball, collapsing everything. Really good to see.”
      Chargers coach Anthony Lynn stopped running the ball as much after watching Ndamukong Suh blow up a couple of plays early on. Suh had two tackles for loss.
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      • Cody Parkey’s 54-yard field goal was the longest game-winning field goal in Dolphins history, according to the team.

    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Dolphins mull what to do with Timmons; suspension an option" Yesterday

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      According to a source, Timmons was doing much better Monday after dealing with an undisclosed personal matter over the weekend and wants to play Sunday at the Jets. He missed Sunday’s game at the Chargers after going AWOL Saturday.
      SPN reported that Timmons would meet with team doctors on Monday, which the team did not confirm.
      Gase declined to say when asked if Timmons is expected to remain with the organization.
      “Nothing to add, for what I have right now,” Gase said. “Really just gathering a lot of information. I’ve got a few other things I have to deal with the guys who played [Sunday].”
      Gase said Monday he hasn’t talked to Timmons and has “no idea” if he was in the Dolphins’ facility.
      Gase was asked if he has a lot of rules. “Be on time and play hard,” he said. “I don’t know if that’s real hard.”
      The coach was asked his tolerance level when those rules are broken.
      “What do you think?” Gase answered. “You’ve got two rules. It’s not hard.”
      Among Miami’s most realistic options is suspending Timmons for as many as four games for conduct detrimental to the team.
      Article 42 of the collective bargaining agreement allows teams to fine a player for up to one week’s salary or to suspend him, without pay, for detrimental conduct for a period “not to exceed four weeks.”
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      But only $1 million of his pay this season is in base salary. So if Timmons is suspended without pay for one week, it would cost him $58,823 – one/17th of a 17-week NFL season, according to someone who has access to his contract.
      If the Dolphins suspended him for the maximum four weeks, it would cost him $235,294.
      Cutting him would not benefit the Dolphins much financially. According to overthecap.com, his cap hit would be nearly identical this season if he’s on the team ($3.77 million) as if he’s not ($3.75 million).
      Next season, he has an $8.2 million cap hit if he’s on the team, $7.2 million if he’s cut before June 1.
      And $4.5 million of his $5.4 million base salary for next season already has been guaranteed, per sources.
      The Dolphins learned Timmons had gone AWOL on Saturday night and filed missing person’s reports with multiple Southern California police departments, according to a source.
      According to TMZ and a team source, police found Timmons at Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday morning in a boarding area. TMZ said a Dolphins official was summoned and met Timmons there and left with him. Timmons was trying to get to Pennsylvania, where his baby and the baby’s mother live.
      TMZ said the reason Timmons bolted was because “he missed the baby and wanted to visit. He was serious about visiting her.”
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    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Bills LB Lorenzo Alexander praises Ramon Humber: 'He's going to lock it down'" 09.19.2017

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      Alexander has now taken a leadership role in Buffalo’s locker room. When speaking to the media earlier this week, the 34-year-old praised Ramon Humber, a linebacker who has a background that is shockingly similar to that of Alexander. Humber, 30, was brought in by the Bills last season to play on special teams – but he won a starting linebacker role in this past summer’s training camp.
      Humber was impressive in the team’s 2017 season opener, as he recorded a team-high 12 tackles.
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      Humber’s road to being a starting linebacker in the NFL has been a long one, a road that features many twists and turns. After going undrafted in the 2009 NFL Draft, Humber signed with the Indianapolis Colts. After a two-year stint in Indianapolis, Humber signed with the New Orleans Saints. He would spend the next six years of his NFL career with the Saints before joining Buffalo in August of 2016.
      “He’s old in this league now. People think that he’s younger than what he is,” Alexander said. “He’s learned a lot of football. He’s been around a lot of great players, a lot of great teams, and he’s always been productive when he’s gotten his opportunity.”
      Alexander was right. While Humber has never been a superstar, he’s always taken advantage of the opportunities he’s been afforded. While he’s only started 19 games throughout his career, he’s recorded 222 tackles.
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      But as the national anthem started to play, Brown took a knee. His coaches and players – all except two – joined him.
      Brown had decided a few days before he was going to take a knee as a way to speak out against economic disparities and social injustices. He had been inspired by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick making a similar gesture before a preseason game – and starting what would become a national controversy over his actions.
      Brown told his team his plans so they wouldn’t be surprised, and unbeknownst to him, the majority decided to do so with him. They repeated the act for every anthem the rest of the season, changing course after Brown said they would only do it for two weeks because of how many calls and e-mails he received supporting their stance.
      It’s been nearly a year since that opening game of the 2016 season – which Highland went on to win, 13-7, in what became something of a footnote of the day’s events.
      The teams will meet again this Friday night in what is expected to be another closely-contested, important game. Brown said on Wednesday night he hadn’t discussed with the team whether he would kneel for this game or what their plans were and had the mindset that everyone should make their own decisions.
      Stories on NJ.com about the decision last September drew hundreds of comments. A 45-second video of the team kneeling has 91,000 views.
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      Brown noted 70 percent of the responses he has seen throughout the year have been positive, though there are plenty of commenters who have called for his firing and were further enraged when the school district and superintendent supported him.
      Brown said this week he suspects some officials who don’t agree with the Tigers’ decision have let it affect their impartiality.
      "I was told by my AD that some refs didn’t want to ref our games," said Brown. “We got a penalty for too many men on the field when we didn’t have enough. One game they went to explain a call to the other coach and when I asked for an explanation I got a sideline warning. Against Moorestown, we were called off-sides when we weren’t even rushing in. We were told not to rush in during the final couple minutes of the Delsea game because they were going to take a knee, even though I said what if they fumble the snap? We got a penalty on an extra point for not enough people on the line that didn’t make any sense.
      “In a lot of games there were some interesting calls and usually you just deal with it, but in close games that can cost you. And I still saw some questionable calls in one of our scrimmages this year.”
      Brown said he continued to sit or kneel as he assisted with the basketball program this past winter and some players did the same.
      “I don’t regret decisions we made,” said Brown, a Wilson graduate who is also the school’s Dean of Culture and Climate. “I still feel strongly about it. There’s been some improvements in some issues, but we still have issues. There’s questionable things happening.
      "You see the (NFL player) Michael Bennett (involved in a racial profiling incident) in Las Vegas. You look at who the President is and how <a href="http://www.ravensshopsofficial.com/shop-by-players-marshal-yanda-jersey-c-2_33.html">Marshal Yanda Womens Jersey</a> many people are unhappy he is representing our nation and the things he has said publicly. You see what’s happening with (President) Trump now with DACA, which is going to affect some kids in our school if it goes through. There’s a great social economic divide and racial divide.

    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Timmons wants to play; Some eye-opening Dolphins and Cutler numbers" 09.19.2017

      A 12-pack of notes, a day after the Dolphins’ 19-17 season-opening win at the Los Angeles Chargers:
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      But Timmons must first meet with coach Adam Gase, and that meeting will help determine his Dolphins future.
      In addition, ESPN’s Adam Schefter said Timmons is scheduled to meet with doctors today to determine the “personal” issue.
      Gase has said he will discuss the matter at his 3 p.m. news conference.
      Timmons left the team on Saturday and Dolphins officials didn’t determine his whereabouts until Sunday morning.
      Sunday’s absence snapped Timmons’ streak of 101 consecutive starts, most in the league among front seven defenders.
      • Based on the naked eye, and some metrics from Pro Football Focus, the Dolphins’ young players had mixed results Sunday.
      Cornerback Xavien Howard was targeted a league-high 13 times in Week 2 and allowed a league-high 10 receptions for 87 yards, including a key one on San Diego’s final drive that ended with a missed field goal. His overall grade <a href="http://www.officialbengalssales.com/shop-by-players-adam-jones-jersey-c-1_3.html">http://www.officialbengalssales.com/shop-by-players-adam-jones-jersey-c-1_3.html</a> of 46.8 ranked 62nd among all cornerbacks for week two.
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      Even if Rey Maualuga eventually replaces Hull, pass coverage at middle linebacker remains an enormous concern. Maualuga was out with a hamstring injury Sunday.
      Hull played all 58 of Miami’s defensive snaps. Rookie Chase Allen, who started alongside Hull and Kiko Alonso, played 13 snaps and had an 81.3 grade, third highest among Dolphins defenders.
      Rookie first-rounder Charles Harris played 27 snaps and had one quarterback hurry. In all, a relatively quiet debut.
      While PFF ranked Davon Godchaux poorly for the day, he appeared to be playing well. He logged 32 of Miami’s 58 defensive snaps - more than Jordan Phillips’ 21 - and was part of a Miami defense that limited the Chargers to 3.1 yards per carry.
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    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Do you share a birthday with somebody famous?" 09.19.2017

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      11 – Paul “Bear” Bryant, Tom Landry, Harry Connick Jr.
      12 – Maurice Chevalier, Jesse Owens.
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    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Vikings defense can be elite with lighter burden" 09.19.2017

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      “We had two bad games,” Zimmer said of the defense. “I don’t know about tapered off. We finished third in the league in points scored and every other statistical category.”
      In Zimmer’s third season at the helm, the Vikings defense recorded top-10 finishes in five major categories: yards allowed (third), passing yards allowed (third), sacks forced (fifth), points allowed (sixth) and takeaways (seventh).
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      Zimmer knows his defense, which featured five Pro Bowl players last season, is better than the record suggested. That’s why the Vikings extended the contracts of three cornerstones — cornerback Xavier Rhodes, defensive end Everson Griffen and defensive tackle Linval Joseph — this summer.
      But Zimmer still tinkered with the unit that brought the Vikings back to relevancy. He made at least three lineup changes. The veteran defensive coach even considered giving up play-calling to better manage game days but quickly took back the play sheet this preseason.
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      “Don’t be satisfied with just, ‘Hey, I did my job,’ ” said linebackers coach Adam Zimmer. “Let’s get more hats on the ball.”

    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Chargers GM Tom Telesco: 'A never-ending process' to improve roster" 09.18.2017

      OSTA MESA, Calif. -- Don’t get comfortable.
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      “I like where we are right now,” Telesco said in a conversation with reporters. “I still think we have work to do. When you talk about the roster, it’s never over, it’s never done.
      “We made two claims today [Sunday]. There were some other claims that we made that we didn’t get. But we’ll keep after it and see if anybody else can help us moving forward. So it’s a never-ending process of trying to get the right team on the field.”
      The players the Chargers claimed were offensive lineman Michael Schofield and defensive back Jeff Richards off waivers, releasing receiver Geremy Davis and cornerback Craig Mager to make room on the 53-man roster.
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      At 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds, Telesco said Richards, claimed after the Carolina Panthers released him on Saturday, will start out at corner.
      Telesco said releasing veteran safety Dwight Lowery was one of the team’s toughest cuts, but the Chargers felt they had solid depth at the position. Lowery, who played the most defensive snaps for the Chargers last season (961), was scheduled to make $2 million if on the team’s roster in Week 1.
      “You try and do what you think is best for the football team at that moment,” Telesco said. “And we just felt like we had a pretty deep group at safety and all of those guys had done some positive things.
      “After a lot of discussion, it was a decision we had to make. Dwight did an excellent job for us last year. He’s a great pro, handles himself <a href="http://www.billsjerseysale.com/shop-by-players-tyrod-taylor-jersey-c-1_51.html">Tyrod Taylor Kids Jersey</a> extremely well, and I still think he has football in front of him. It was a very difficult decision, but we went with the five that we have right now, and I think it’s a pretty strong group.”

    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Love, Hate and the first day" 09.18.2017

      They are calm.
      I, however, am an emotional mess.
      It is the morning of Aug. 28, 2017, at 8:28 a.m. The first day of kindergarten for my twin daughters, who turn 6 in October.
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      We took them shopping and as they carefully considered lots of different clothes, shoes and sparkly backpacks, I was fine.
      There was an orientation meeting at the school and we took them to meet their teachers, see where their classrooms were and learn where to get on and off the bus. I was fine.
      And then it was the morning and we are walking them to where the bus picks them up and they slowly get on. They have excitement and fear in their eyes and as they sit down in the second row together and look at me ... I just lose it.
      One of them is shy. Already too smart for her own good, she's the prankster, often in her own world, very opinionated, a total mush ball and easily distracted. She's 5 going on 15, constantly in her mom's closet figuring out what she's going to wear. She's the one that's going to give me trouble in high school, I already know it.
      The other is the social one. Quick to make friends at a park, playground or someone's house, she's the rule follower, she's super considerate of everyone else, she's the one who shares, hyper aware of everything, she has no problem putting her foot down, hands on her little hips and letting us know what needs to happen. She's also five minutes older, so she takes the responsibility of being the "older sister" very seriously, often telling the other that she can have her dessert or that they need to watch what she wants, because "that's what big sisters do."
      hey are beautiful and brilliant and maddening and unique and frustrating and puzzling and fantastic and insane and have me completely and totally wrapped around their fingers.
      And as of 10 days ago, they are no longer mine.
      They went to a daily preschool together, a half-day thing five minutes from our house, but otherwise have been at home with my wife up until this year and so, even with the caveat that they are twins, they are very close. Sharing private jokes, not wanting to sleep unless the other one is in the room with them, they are inseparable.
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      And now, at least in school, they won't anymore. We decided -- and by we, I really mean my wife decided and I didn't fight it -- that we would split them up. It's what the school and other parents of twins recommend, so right or wrong, we're doing it.
      I feel that way all the time. Right or wrong, we are doing "it," whatever "it" may be, in raising the girls.
      I am sure this will be of no surprise to anyone who has read me for any amount of time, but I have no idea what I am doing when it comes to parenting. And as the girls grow older, that's only going to become more apparent. To them and to me.
      I often feel helpless, unsure of what to do, as my two little beans look to me for answers and guidance and everything a little girl wants from her daddy. Attention and love, I've got down pat. It's just everything else that's a question mark.
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      And that ended 10 days ago. I know I have to share them with the real world.
      They're ready. I'm not.

    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Vontae Davis Ruled Out in Week 1 vs. Rams with Groin Injury" 09.18.2017

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      Per Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan, Colts head coach Chuck Pagano announced Davis would miss Week 1.
      Davis injured his groin on Aug. 29, and Pagano told reporters it was "significant."
      The Colts are starting the 2017 season banged up, with Davis joining quarterback Andrew Luck as two of the team's key players on the sidelines for the opener.
      Davis has been one of the Colts' best defensive players since being acquired in a trade with the Miami Dolphins prior to the 2012 season. He was named to the Pro Bowl in back-to-back seasons in 2014-15 after recording a total of eight interceptions in 31 games.
      Last season saw Davis' overall performance decline. The 29-year-old finished 98th in Pro Football Focus' cornerback grades with a 47.3 mark, a <a href="http://www.cheappatriotssale.com/shop-by-players-justin-coleman-jersey-c-1_35.html">http://www.cheappatriotssale.com/shop-by-players-justin-coleman-jersey-c-1_35.html</a> drop of nearly 50 points from his high-water mark in 2014 (94.6).
      With Davis sidelined again, the Colts could turn to rookie Quincy Wilson or second-year cornerback Christopher Milton.

    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Cobi Hamilton waived by Steelers" 09.18.2017

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    • Angel92 has written a new blog article "Clearing up issues surrounding Jon Dorenbos' heart condition" 09.16.2017

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      An aortic aneurysm is an enlargement of the main vessel (that is bigger than a garden hose) leaving your heart that supplies the majority of the blood to the whole body. The large vessel develops a weakening in the wall and expands, much like a damaged garden hose, before it ruptures. It is known as a silent killer, since often previous symptoms are not exhibited. (Actors John Ritter and Alan Thicke died of aortic dissections.)
      Indeed, Dorenbos is undergoing major surgery, and surgeons may need to “crack the chest” open to fix it. But it is not surgery to the heart. The heart is the “water pump” while the aorta is the “hose”.
      The good news is Dorenbos’ story will have a happy ending, as the discovery of his aortic aneurysm may have saved his life. However, with the surgery and his age (37), he has likely played his last down of football. With the graft typically used, that is a contraindication to return to tackle football.
      There has been speculation that the trade that sent Dorenbos to New Orleans will be voided.
      That seems unlikely.
      He obviously passed his physical in order the see the field for the final preseason game.
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      He has been placed on the Non-Football Injury list (NFI), which means the Saints could decide to not pay Dorenbos. But it would be extraordinary for the trade to be voided at this point – unless there was a non-disclosure issue from the Eagles. (I do not believe in any way, shape or form that was the case. There would be no reason for the Eagles to risk this player’s life – and certainly not over a seventh-round draft pick.)
      It is doubtful the Eagles’ quality medical staff was sloppy or missed any signs on Dorenbos since aortic aneurysm is known to not have symptoms. The Eagles’ staff is thorough. In 2011, it found a brain tumor on Jerome Harrison’s post-trade physical, leading to surgery and having that trade voided.
      It is not clear what led to a follow-up evaluation after Dorenbos passed his initial physical, but kudos to New Orleans primary care physician (Dr. John Amoss) for being diligent.Amoss was not involved in the Delvin Breaux issues that led to the highly-publicized firing of two team orthopedists recently.
      Usually, team doctors’ names are not heard by the public. But in New Orleans, two very public issues in the past month have been the exception to that rule.
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      In this case, it was also a trade that may have saved a player’s life.



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