– Rams COO, Kevin Demoff, told media that they have already sold 63,000 season tickets for the upcoming year and are looking to sell 7,000 more and leave the extra 10,000-20,000 tickets available for single-game spectators.
– The Packers recorded a record profit and revenue over their last fiscal year. Their total revenue was a little bit over $408 million.
– The Rams have cut LB Matthew Wells and WR JJ Worton.
– Purdue DT Ra’Zahn Howard will enter the supplemental draft because he will be academically ineligible to play football after this season.
– K Shaun Suisham will probably retire after the Steelers released him due to a failed physical.
– The police turn WR Nelson Agholor’s sexual assault case over to the DA office.
– Darren Rovell says the Canadian Football League is doing very well financially thanks to the TV revenue they are getting.
– The NFL will interview players that were named for their involvement with PEDs in the Al-Jazeera documentary including Peyton Manning.
– As posted yesterday by Bob Morris, Bill Barnwell broke down the worst places to be a sports fan after the Cavs won a championship. San Diego took the cake.
– Rich Cimini asks if the Jets will fear buyer’s remorse after giving DE Muhammad Wilkerson a potentially big deal.
– Mike Renner breaks down why he thinks Seattle is the best at the zone read.
– Cian Fahey breaks down Teddy Bridgewater in the film room.
– The Broncos front office and Von Miller have not talked or discussed a contract extension since early June according to Josina Anderson of ESPN.
– David DeChant and Mike Florio leak rumors that Von Miller has been in contact with other teams.
– Paul Manziel, father of Johnny Manziel, says the best place for Johnny would be jail because he “is a druggie” and he wouldn’t be able to stay clean if he was allowed any freedom. In addition, Manziel’s lawyer accidentally texted the Associated Press that he is looking for a plea deal in the assault cases and commented, “Heaven help us if one of the conditions is to pee in a bottle.”
– Once again, the coaching business is all about who you know, not what you know.
“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” – Dr. Suess