Tom Brady won’t be present Monday for the first day of the Patriots’ offseason workout program because he’s returning from Qatar after a Best Buddies weekend, but maybe it will be more than just the first day.
According to ESPN’s Jeff Darlington, it is not anticipated Brady will be a regular participant in team’s offseason program because he plans to spend more time with his family and Alex Guerrero. The report also notes this isn’t the first time Brady would miss parts of the offseason program, as he did in 2008-10.
Over and over, Maccagnan has said that phrase and put it at the center of his philosophy as the Jets GM.
Over the three years, Maccagnan has made his fair share of trades. He has done 13 deals involving draft picks, including his most recent, in which he sent this year’s No. 6 pick, two second-round picks this year and a second rounder next year to the Colts for the No. 3 overall pick.
Les Bowen of Philly.com first reported it was likely the Eagles would cut Worley.
Riddell and Schutt both manufacture models that tested among the best helmets in the rankings. Two helmets manufactured by VICIS topped the list, which measures which models best reduce head-impact severity.
The NFL and NFLPA have been ranking helmets for safety for four years, Jeff Miller, the NFL’s executive vice president of health and safety initiatives, told ESPN he’s seeing players choose better-performing helmets.
New York Giants, you haven’t made up your mind? OK, but you’re running out of time. Hey, New York Jets, no more cutting the line. You did it once, now please be patient until it’s your turn.
What borders on near-comedic this year is the dance-partnering going on: as in, The Giants have had the five top QB draft prospects in for private visits, they’ve gone to pro days of Sam Darnold at USC and Josh Allen in Laramie, Wyoming. This is happening while the New York Post, quoting several NFL sources, reports that the Giants don’t like any of the five enough to take at No. 2 overall. (Hope that clears things up in New York.)