2019 Pro Football Hall Of Fame Experience

This year, a bucket list item of mine was finally crossed off when I visited the Pro Football Hall Of Fame in Canton, Ohio. I would certainly recommend it if you have a wide knowledge of the history of professional football, and would like to see upfront some of the icons that have placed the sport where it is today. Venture beyond the fold to sample some of my journey as I can best explain it in words and images.

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2019 Training Camp: Day 14 Recap and Report

While I attended part of Monday’s Day 13 of training camp, RSH has you more than covered on the action that went on then, better than I could say due to my later arrival. Day 14, on the other hand, I attended in full, and thus have a better understanding of the full context of the practice than I did the day before. So let’s get right to that.

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Examining the Expiring Contracts Of Other Pending 2020 Unrestricted Free Agents

In three prior articles, I identified a total of six players with contracts expiring after 2019 who could be in line for extensions soon. Now, I will conclude the series by briefly commenting on some other pending 2020 unrestricted free agents of note.

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Comparing Defensive Roster Changes Of The Broncos To Personnel Packages

Over at Football Outsiders, Bryan Knowles took a deep dive at 2018 defensive personnel packages, seeing which teams used what proportion of base, nickel, and dime+ (six or more defensive backs) packages. The Broncos stood out in several ways, both in the past and for the future, that helps to explain some of the roster changes that were made this offseason.

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