1. Carolina Panthers 11-0
2. Arizona Cardinals 9-2
3. Minnesota Vikings
You and I could do better. Think you could get us a tryout? (I make good cuts but my 40 time is 11 minutes, 4 seconds.)
^ At least blame your anger on losing to the Seahawks or something.
I think we need to start a campaign. When I see James Jones rounding off routes, I wonder about the attention to detail in that group.
Isn't that torn ligaments? As in, "no longer connected together at all" torn?
Doesn't sound like we'll see him any time soon. Tough year for the WR group.
From his lawyer, quoted in the JS article:
Unfortunately there is no such thing as a "Stupidity management class". He
Grade 3 ankle sprain. Takes non-athletes a month to get off crutches. A year to a full recovery, if ever. He won't be the player we saw earlier in the
Like speak in complete sentences?
Weston Hodkiewicz @WesHod 11m11 minutes ago
The #Packers brought in WR Larry Pinkard for tryout. Eligible to re-sign after injury agreement
Verdict is in. Plea deal. He enters a no contest plea, pays $1,000, one year of probation and no verdict is entered if he stays clean and completes terms.
He has League mandated availabilities, but those are relatively minimal. If he is on a national radio show, its usually because he does two or three extra
As a NFL Head Coach who is M3 "required" to communicate with in the media? Presser after games? Twice a week? Not sure.....
Is she practice squad eligible?
Definitely Capers. The ST has given up a few too many returns. When you factor in that my grandmother punts better than Masthay it's Capers.
Injuries will challenge depth on the best of receiving corps, but as it's turning out Jordy's injury is causing a chain reaction to the production that
those round-offs just look lazy. Same with Janis catching. You play how you practice!
Let's break it down:
Plug that in and I think you will get a full window view of Scout.com's
Capers at the moment. The offense is a failure at this point. STs is ok.
I wish he was taking hand-offs from Brett in 1995. Ah, those were the days.