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Scouting report on: Alabama S Deionte Thompson

Deionte Thompson is a 6’1″ 195 lbs safety out of Alabama. Here’s what I saw on tape: Had real issues in zone diagnosing passing concepts. No anticipating at all, definitely a reactor, most of the times reacting to plays after they’ve already happened. Lacks the feel for route combination developments. Eyes are all over the…

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BREAKING NEWS: Dundon Hints At Backing Out of AAF

The Chairman of the AAF Thomas Dundon announced on Wednesday that he could end up leaving the league. The majority owner stated that the NFLPA is “ruining” the AAF by denying them access to sign NFL practice squad players. Dundon will be mulling over his decision the rest of the week and could decide to…

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2019 Potential Fantasy Football Busts: NY Giants Receivers

There was a time not very long ago that Golden Tate and Sterling Shepard were hot fantasy commodities. With Odell Beckham’s Departure, the initial thought is there are plenty of targets to go around now. The addition of Golden Tate even seems interesting on the surface. The fact of the matter is Sterling Shepard, Golden…

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Current State of the Cleveland Browns

After the mammoth deal landed by John Dorsey the Browns no longer have a first-round pick. All the previous speculating on who Cleveland would draft with the 17th overall pick, now it’s time to shift mindsets. Building through the 2019 draft doesn’t seem like its completely out of the picture, but you have to wonder…

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BREAKING NEWS – Eagles trade for Jordan Howard

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Bears have traded RB Jordan Howard to the Eagles. Compensation is a 2020 6th round pick, that can turn into a 5th rounder if certain parameters are met. The Eagles needed help at the position. Jay Ajayi helped the Eagles on their Super Bowl run, but was injured most…

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Patrick Chiotti’s NFL 2019 1st Round Mock V4.0

NFL Mock Draft

With a month to go until the 2019 NFL Draft, the rumors have started flaring up. Will Arizona actually trade Josh Rosen in order to draft Kyler Murray? Will more than 2 quarterbacks be taken in the 1st round? Where will D.K. Metcalf go? Let’s take a look at what I think will happen a…

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BREAKING NEWS – All pass interference calls/no-calls can be challenged

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the owners have voted to make all defensive and offensive pass interference calls and no-calls reviewable. Plays made before the two-minute warning can be challenged by the coaches, and plays under two minutes will be done by the booth. It doesn’t change the NFC Championshp game, but changes have been…

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Luis Perez continues to impress for Birmingham

Luis Perez is not a name many would recognize, even in football circles. A walk-on at Southwestern College in Chula Vista, CA as a quarterback with no high school experience, Perez began 9th on the depth chart. Because of injuries, and player transfers, 3 weeks in the 2013 season Perez began his college quarterbacking career…

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Rob Gronkowski retires from football

Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski announced Sunday via Twitter that he would be retiring from the NFL. I will be retiring from the game of football today. I am so grateful for the opportunity that Mr. Kraft and Coach Belichick gave to me when drafting my silliness in 2010. My life experiences, relationships and championships over…

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Manziel makes AAF debut

Last week, former Heisman trophy winner Johnny Manziel followed up his exodus from his 2nd professional football league by signing with the Alliance of American Football. Claimed by the 1-5 Memphis Express, after the San Antonio-who owned his location rights-Manziel made his AAF debut Sunday, against the Birmingham Iron. We didn’t see Manziel on the…

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