Quarterback Chad – Kelly became the draft pick this year does not matter

Denver Broncos may have picked the NFL history, the most important does not matter to Mr.: Mississippi University quarterback Chad – Kelly (Chad Kelly).

Kelly’s ups and downs in college, but in the past two seasons he passed the 6800 yards 50 touchdowns.

Kelly is the nephew of the Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly. He torn off the knee anterior cruciate ligament in November last year, and he showed a passing show on the university day ahead of the wrist injury. In addition, he has off-court questions.

However, taking into account his attractive physical condition and quarterback level, it is easy to understand why the team is willing to give him a chance.

“So I have always wanted to say is that if you do not see the injury and personality problems, he has been the first round or the second round of the game players,” in the wild horse picked Kelly NFL official website draft expert Mike – Mayower (Mike Mayock) said The “If you look at his two games against the University of Alabama, and then compared with Deshaun Watson, they are as good as the two.”

Kelly is now the same in the seventh round of the selected quarterback Trevor – Simian (Trevor Siemian) and is considered the future of the team’s main quarterback Paxton – Lynch (Paxton Lynch) became a teammate The

For a player who wants to enter the NFL, there is no better job than starting a NFL career with a floats, even if it is prepared for the final pick in the draft.

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Texans perform the fifth year option

Houston Texas star defensive end Jed Weiden – Crowe’s rookie contract will continue, last season Jed Weidon – Crowe really show the champion of the way, he led no JJ-watt Of the Texas defense team, and help the team successfully into the Midland semi-finals, between Jed Weignan – Crowe you good performance, Houston Texas people choose to implement the fifth year of the existence of the option.

After the restoration of health, Crowe you proved their level, last season is his personal career in the best season, he played 14 times in the regular season, completed 55 grapples and 6 sack, he successfully selected Season of the All-Star and selected the second team, in the playoffs, he completed three grapples and a steals. Texas executives have implemented the option with Crowe’s next season, and Crowe will continue to prove his strength next season and strive for more advantages for future contracts.
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Since Claoney is a draft pick in 2014, his fifth-year contract option still costs a lot of money, so even if he did not re-sign a contract, the fifth year’s contract option was enough to keep Claoney satisfied , This is not much impact on the Texas people’s funds, the next season, the best defensive player JJ-watt will come back, defensive Titans Musselus outstanding state, coupled with the champion Claoney, Texas still have the most in the league Good defensive group.

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Texas’ lieutenant governor has asked the Texas Rangers to aid the Houston Police Department in its investigation of Tom Brady’s missing jersey, which disappeared following Super Bowl LI.

“In Texas we place a very high value on hospitality and football. Tom Brady’s jersey has great historical value and is already being called ‘the most valuable NFL collectible ever.’ It will likely go into the Hall of Fame one day,” Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said in a statement.

“It is important that history does not record that it was stolen in Texas. I’ve called Colonel Steve McCraw to ask that the Texas Rangers work with the Houston Police Department on this case.

“I’m a Texans and Cowboys fan first, but the unquestionable success of the Super Bowl in Houston last night was a big win for our entire state and I don’t want anything to mar that victory. Whoever took this jersey should turn it in. The Texas Rangers are on the trail.”

A Houston Police Department spokesman told ESPN that no police report has been filed regarding the missing jersey but the department has been in contact with NFL Security.

“We have been looking into this disappointing matter and will continue to assist law enforcement authorities,” an NFL spokesman said Monday.

The Texas Rangers is a division in the Texas Department of Public Safety; it comprises 222 employees (162 Rangers and 62 support personnel) who, according to their website, leads “major incident crime investigations, unsolved crime/serial crime investigations, public corruption and public integrity investigations, officer involved shooting investigations, and border security operations.”

Ken Goldin of Goldin Auctions, based in New Jersey, told the New York Post that the jersey could be worth as much as $500,000 or nothing if it is not soon located and authenticated as the jersey Brady wore in the Patriots’ epic comeback victory.

“If I could give some legal advice to whoever has this, I’d hire a lawyer, turn it over to that lawyer, see if there’s a reward and be happy with it,” Goldin told the newspaper.

“This can’t be sold publicly right now, because there’s nobody who doesn’t know this was stolen.”

Brady on Monday called the missing jersey an “unfortunate” situation.

“I put it in the bag, and I came out and it wasn’t there anymore. It’s unfortunate because that’s a nice piece of memorabilia,” Brady said Monday. “If it shows up on eBay somewhere, someone let me know so I can track that down.”

Asked if he planned to give the jersey to his mother, Galynn, who has been battling an undisclosed illness, Brady said Monday: “Those are special ones to keep.

“What can you do? I’ll take a ring, and that’s good enough for me.”

ESPN’s Mike Reiss contributed to this report.

End Around: What’s the end game for jersey-swapper?

It was a good week for …

1. Tom Brady: We could probably keep him in this section on an infinite basis, but this week Tawmy gets the spotlight for being the leading Pro Bowl vote-getter. It’s impressive that he can still be the league’s most popular player in his 16th season. It’s amazing that he deserves every single one of those 701,554 votes.

2. Khalil Mack: The Raiders linebacker had more sacks (five) on Sunday against the Broncos than Jadeveon Clowney has had in his entire career (4.5). Mack was taken four spots after Clowney went No. 1 in the 2014 NFL Draft.

3. Jeff Fisher: Teflon Jeff is headed toward another 7-9 season, which equals endless job security with the Rams.

It was a bad week for …

1. Andy Dalton: This is not supposed to be how Dalton’s storybook redemption season was supposed to end. Let’s hope the Glowing Gingerman gets back by January — the AFC playoffs will be worse if he can’t.

2. Ryan Mallett: Mallett, who slept and pouted his way out of Houston, cleaned himself up and signed a multi-year deal with the Ravens. “The best thing probably was for me to be cut.”

3. Dwayne Bowe: The seldom-used wide receiver only pops up these days to grant grim interviews about how he believes he fell off the face of the Earth. “I’ve never been through anything like this in my life.” Related: The Browns should put that quote on the cover of their 2015 yearbook.

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The Jaguars dropped a 50-burger on the awful Colts on Sunday, a win that kept their playoff hopes alive and acted as a measuring stick for how much progress the franchise is beginning to make under Gus Bradley and David Caldwell. So yeah, plenty of reason for excitement, but we can tell you nobody was more pumped than Jacksonville’s social media guy.

There’s 50!

Watching all the highlights from today.

Walking into work on #VictoryMonday after your team scored 51 points.

Good for the Jaguars. They deserve happiness. But seriously, how long was Social Media Guy sitting on the 50 Cent GIF? That was his “In Case Of Emergency Break Glass” viral hammer drop.

Pete Carroll is 63 years old

Coach is on another level. Literally.

I want you to think about your dad or your grandfather, or that one boozy uncle who falls asleep on the couch by 9 p.m. on Christmas Eve. They aren’t climbing lockers. Pete Carroll is a sexagenarian outlier.

All hail Pylon Cam

Sideline awareness off the charts.

The camera placed inside the end-zone pylons has provided a neat little perk to broadcasts this season, but Monday night served as the technology’s coming-out party. I’m not sure Odell Beckham gets credited for a touchdown on his incredible catch-and-drag against the Dolphins without the pylon serving as a Marisa Tomei-level expert witness.

(Hey, whenever I can slide a 23-year-old pop culture reference into this space, I’m gonna do it. At least Belichick — a monster End Around fan, by the way — will dig it.)

Anyway, I want to find the scientist who invented Pylon Cam and invite him to my holiday party. You have made football one percent better. You can have all the Two Buck Chuck your belly can handle.

Curious about jersey swaps

It’s become ubiquitous in the NFL. A game ends, personnel from both teams meet at midfield and prominent players from each squad trade jerseys before retreating to their respective locker rooms. If you listen closely during these trade-offs, you can hear football’s forefathers rolling over in their graves.

Me, I don’t have a problem with it. I’m just not sure I get it. Like, why is this being done? Does every star player have a wing in his home dedicated to displaying game-used jerseys of their buddies? Or is this done for profit somehow? Is the equipment manager OK with their apparel being given away? Do players have to pay for the jerseys to be replaced? Why would anyone want Jay Cutler’s shirt?

But what I’m most curious about is the basic protocol.

Brandin Cooks said Eric Ebron texted him today telling him they needed to exchange jerseys Monday. Both were first-rounders in 2014.

OK, that makes sense. But I’d assume many jersey swaps go down in an impromptu fashion. Which makes me wonder if someone has ever approached another player, asked for a jersey swap and been denied. It’s *had* to have happened, right? Is this considered the most humiliating social faux pas inside the world of professional football?

If I’m a backup special teams gunner on the Bears, I’m going up to Adrian Peterson after Sunday’s game and offering up the swap. Just see what he says. My guess is something like, “Nah man, I’m straight,” but you never know. If they ever let me in the NFL, I’d be an agent of chaos in social situations like this.

Kill it, kill it, kill it

My only reaction to the long national nightmare that is #ColorRush:

When I went to see Creed last month (tremendous, by the way), the coming attractions played back-to-back trailers for Kevin Hart vehicles in which he partners up to fight crime with someone significantly larger than him (Ice Cube in one movie, Dwayne Johnson in the other). It was a lot of Kevin Hart on the road to Adonis Creed.

I spotlight this photo for two reasons: 1) Cam is wearing a sweater with a black Santa dabbing (excellent) and 2) Kevin Hart is absurdly smaller than Newton. You almost think the photo has to be doctored. If the Panthers win the Super Bowl, Cam should leverage his cultural cache to do a Twins reboot with Hart. I would almost go see that.

What the what?

The New York teams are dominating the Stupid Locker Room Fights game right now. Four months after Geno Smith got IKO’d over a $600 debt, Giants defenders Cullen Jenkins and Damontre Moore were involved in a pre-practice altercation over a pair of Beats headphones.

You see, Odell Beckham had bought Beats for everyone on the team. Jenkins took more than one pair, which angered Moore, prompting the skirmish that prompted his release. So stupid! Though let me say this: Cullen. Bruh. You gotta know you shouldn’t be snagging multiple Beats if that means a teammate won’t get one. And Jenkins wasn’t even the guy who got cut!

Meanwhile, Beckham is doing his one-hand catch pregame thing and soaking up a world of adulation. Little do people know the carnage he has created. No wonder he wears the Joker cleats.

What’s Josh Gordon up to?

The suspended Browns wide receiver is dipping his toes into the art world. This video offers a promising glimpse into where Gordon’s head is at these days while also offering a “WTF?” moment in the form of Gordon talking shop with the singer of Incubus. I can’t say I saw that coming when I clicked in.

Quote of the Week, Part I

“They can’t eat you. They can fire you but they can’t eat you.”

— Colts coach Chuck Pagano, who makes a strong point while also reminding us how much it would suck to be an African antelope.

Quote of the Week, Part II

“Donald is a good friend of mine. I have known him for a long time. I support all my friends. That is what I have to say. He’s a good friend of mine.”

— Tom Brady, who actually seems to be serious about this friends-with-the-Donald thing. Hmm.

Speaking of Trump …

Every couple months or so, a website reimagines NFL logos for comedic effect. It is sometimes OK. This week, Uproxx recrafted NFL logos in the vision of Donald Trump, a presidential front-runner and co-star of the 1992 comedy Home Alone 2: Lost In New York.

This one’s probably the best:

Hero of the Week: Chris Long

Rams defense lineman Chris Long traveled to Tanzania last year to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. But he came back with a mission. After seeing the widespread sickness of a local population struggling to survive without clean water, Long founded The Waterboys Initiative, which enlists NFL players to raise money for clean water projects across East Africa.

In just four months, Long — a Walter Payton Man Of The Year nominee — has raised more than $400,000, funding eight new wells and bringing clean water to nearly 40,000 people. His goal is to install 32 wells, one sponsored by a player from each team in the league. Find out more about The Waterboys Initiative right here.

Chris Long is literally saving lives. This is Bono stuff.

Giants’ Odell Beckham and Randy Moss exchange jerseys before game

EAST RUTHERFORD — Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. met with one his football idols before Monday night’s game against the Bengals. Former NFL great Randy Moss was at MetLife Stadium in his role as an ESPN analyst.

Beckham gave a Giants jersey to Moss, who provided a Vikings jersey to the young receiver.

Here’s what wrote to each other.

Here is what Beckham wrote on the jersey he gave to Moss:

“Believe it or not, you’ve taught me more than you can imagine. Thank you for reminding me to stay and be different. Can’t stop, won’t stop!! I’m coming for ya!! Luv! Bless!”

Here is what Moss wrote on the jersey he gave to Beckham:

“Stay focused. ‘Go get it.’ Best wishes.”

Last year, Beckham broke Moss’ record for most receiving yards in his first two NFL seasons. Beckham did an interview with Moss last week at the Giants’ facility. Beckham said he tried to pick Moss’ brain.

“He started something that even now, he has his own little segment: You got Mossed,” Beckham said. “The ‘Getting Mossed’ thing inspired a lot of receivers. You wanted to go up top on someone and you wanted to scoop the ball off his head and run it into the end zone. I’ve watched him streak down the field for years, change his route, just put his hand up and it’s like, ‘We’re gone and out of here.’ He’s a guy who I aspire to be like. Just him being able to be here, pick his brain and take whatever I can take from him is good.”

Steelers Rank Fifth In Jersey Sales In 2016, Troy Polamalu Out Of Top 15

According to recent sales figures from NFLShop.com, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III had the top selling jersey last year, while the San Francisco 49ers had the highest teams sales. In fact, Griffin’s jersey sales set an all-time record.

As far as the Pittsburgh Steelers go, they finished fifth in team sales and safety Troy Polamalu finished 17th overall in individual sales. He was the only Steelers player to crack the top 25. Since coming into the league in 2003, Polamalu has normally finished in the top 10 every year.

Just two years ago at this time, the Steelers had six players in the top 25.

This year, as you can imagine, quarterbacks top the list, as seven make up the top ten. The Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens came in second to the 49ers in team sales, and their now retired linebacker, Ray Lewis, came in third in individual sales.

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[April 1, 2016 – March 31, 2017]
1. Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins
2. Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
3. Ray Lewis, Baltimore Ravens
4. Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers
5. Tom Brady, New England Patriots
6. Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts
7. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
8. Victor Cruz, New York Giants
9. Eli Manning, New York Giants
10. Patrick Willis, San Francisco 49ers
11. Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots
12. J.J. Watt, Houston Texans
13. Tim Tebow, New York Jets
14. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
15. Marshawn Lynch, Seattle Seahawks
16. Clay Matthews, Green Bay Packers
17. Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh Steelers
18. Ray Rice, Baltimore Ravens
19. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
20. Frank Gore, San Francisco 49ers
21. Jason Witten, Dallas Cowboys
22. DeMarcus Ware, Dallas Cowboys
23. Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings
24. Von Miller, Denver Broncos
25. Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions
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[April 1, 2016 – March 31, 2017]
1. San Francisco 49ers
2. Baltimore Ravens
3. New York Giants
4. Washington Redskins
5. Pittsburgh Steelers
6. New England Patriots
7. Dallas Cowboys
8. Denver Broncos
9. Green Bay Packers
10. Chicago Bears

NFL and Nike Reveal Color Rush Uniforms

Falcons to wear all-red Color Rush uniform this year.

First introduced last season, the NFL Color Rush program, in partnership with Nike, was started as a way to give NFL teams the opportunity to honor each franchise and engage spirited fans and cities while adding yet another reason to watch on Thursday nights.

Featuring a full-color head-to-toe look, each club’s Color Rush uniform takes inspiration from both its current and historic uniform colors and designs, combined with progressive innovation that will set the tone for the future of the game and light up Thursday Night Football, the fastest growing NFL primetime night.

Today, the NFL and Nike unveiled Color Rush uniforms for all 32 teams, to be worn across fifteen Thursday Night Football games this season.

The Falcons selected a bold all-red head-to-toe uniform aesthetic, however due to a color conflict in their Thursday Night matchup against Tampa Bay on November 3, Atlanta will wear their white uniform as the away team. As the home team, the Buccaneers – who also chose an all-red look – will wear their Color Rush uniform while the Falcons will wear all-white.

The Falcons join eight other NFL teams that will also be unable to wear their Color Rush jerseys this season but, rest assured, Atlanta fans can expect to see the Falcons in their official Color Rush uniforms in seasons to come.

One hundred percent of the NFL’s proceeds from the sale of Color Rush jerseys will go directly to the NFL Foundation to fund health, safety and wellness programs for youth around the country. The NFL Foundation is the league’s non-profit organization, representing all 32 clubs, and funds grants to support athletes, youth football and the communities that support the game. The first $500,000 raised from this initiative will be earmarked to replace youth and high school football equipment and fields lost in last month’s devastating floods in Louisiana.