– LB Nick Moody has been ordered to testify in court in the Aldon Smith hit-and-run case which garnered him his one-year suspension.
– LB Nate Palmer has been released by the Green Bay Packers.
– Baylor PF Rico Gathers is hoping to crack an NFL roster and the Saints have brought him in for a workout.
– Former NFL official, Jim Quirk, has been relieved of his duties as the Executive Director of the NFL Referees Association.
– Former WR Terrell Owens thinks the Hall of Fame should be purely based in statistical production.
– WR Allen Hurns thinks his team, the Jaguars, have the best receiving duo in the league.
– Even though it doesn’t mean doo-hickey, the Bengals and HC Marvin Lewis come to terms on a contract extension.
– According to a report, retired T D’Brickashaw Ferguson would have stayed with the Jets if he was paid his full salary.
– Michigan Tech edge player, Brandon Hutchinson, is a “dude” (A player that can dominate) and NFL scouts are impressed.
– The New Orleans Saints will sign RB Tim Hightower.
– Greg Gabriel goes over his top prospects who didn’t attend the combine.
– Sam Monson mentions that QB Christian Hackenberg doesn’t have a draftabale grade according to PFF because of his accuracy issues and toughness in the pocket.
– Wentz vs Goff. Which one will the Browns choose?
– Thomas Maney argues that the Jaguars could have a Top 5 rushing attack this year with the addition of RB Chris Ivory.
– John Clayton goes over his Top 10 off-season moves.
– Count Von Miller as a guy that wants QB Johnny Manziel on the Broncos roster.
– Jeff Legwold states that the expectations have risen for the Broncos.
– Troy Renck asks if the Broncos pursuit of QB Colin Kaepernick has an expiration date.
– DE Greg Hardy was upset that DE Aldon Smith signed before he did.
– QB Jared Goff is a superfan of Taylor Swift.
– WR Odell Beckham Jr. is living at Drake’s house for the time being.
Preach! (Bill Walsh’s Finding the Winning Edge Edition)
“Suprisingly, teams that continually adhere to “profitability” as their “prime directive” have a somewhat difficult time recognizing why they are often at the bottom of the NFL curve (ie. standings). From a performance standpoint, the axiom “penny wise and pound foolish” applies to these teams.” – Bill Walsh
The Cleveland Browns “Money Ball” approach comes to mind here….