According to ESPN’s Courtney Cronin, Minnesota was prepared to take Fields if he fell to the team at No. 14, but of course that did not work out. Cronin also wrote that “front-office personnel worked the phones and tried to see where they might have to move up to land Fields,” so it’s possible that the Vikings were trying to trade up for Fields in that video.
Even though new Philadelphia coach Nick Sirianni has refused to commit to Jalen Hurts as his starting quarterback, the second-year passer provided a spark at times last year when the offense flatlined under since-traded Carson Wentz. Hurts can team with Miles Sanders and a deep collection of running backs to fuel a potentially formidable rushing attack, and Heisman Trophy winner DeVonta Smith finally provides Philadelphia with the go-to target it has lacked for some time. The offensive line looks to be in much better shape with the return of multiple starters – right tackle Lane Johnson, right guard Brandon Brooks and left tackle Andre Dillard – who missed most or all of last season.NFL Arizona Cardinals Team Face Coverings
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll made it perfectly clear that the team could end up bringing back veteran linebacker K.J. Wright.
Kupp spent the days leading up to the game against the Packers at Lambeau Field working with medical staff to try to play.NFL Atlanta Falcons Team Face Coverings
Folks all over the country haven’t stopped talking about the incredible show that Damian Lillard put on Tuesday night in the NBA postseason. In a losing effort for the Portland Trail Blazers, Lillard was shooting lights out.NFL Cleveland Browns Team Face Coverings
The Colts do not plan to bring back Justin Houston, the team’s starter at the position the past two seasons, and the other young defensive ends in line for the role are trying to overcome different kinds of adversity. Kemoko Turay is still trying to come back from the devastating ankle injury he suffered in 2019; Ben Banogu has struggled to crack the rotation in two seasons.NFL Buffalo Bills Team Face Coverings
Technically speaking, the 7-technique defender is the one who aligns himself on the inside shoulder of the tight end. But with so many tight ends detached from the formation on passing plays, you don't often see a 7-tech end work through the tight end to get to the quarterback. More often than not these days, a 7-tech pass-rusher is working outside the tackle from a more reduced position than the 9-tech. If we go with that specific designation, Trey Hendrickson, formerly of the Saints and now of the Bengals after signing a four-year, $60 million contract this offseason, is the king of the pass-rushing 7-techs, and it isn't even close. Last season, Hendrickson had 10 sacks and 34 total pressures on 217 pass-rushing snaps from that technique. It's a Saints thing, too, as Cameron Jordan, Hendrickson's former New Orleans teammate, finished second with four sacks, and had 28 total pressures out of 208 pass-rushing snaps from a 7-tech alignment. In this sack of Patrick Mahomes in Week 15, Hendrickson is lining up inside Travis Kelce and outside left tackle Eric Fisher, but Kelce runs a curl up the seam, and it's up to Fisher to handle Hendrickson's quickness off the snap all by himself. This, Fisher does not do.
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