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Along with Tanaka’s now two hamstring injuries in starts at Citi Field, the Yankees lost starter Chien-Ming Wang to a serious foot injury in June 2008, when he partially tore a tendon and sprained his right foot running the bases during a Yankees interleague win at Houston.
Traded to San Francisco from New England last October, Jimmy G. changed the outlook of an entire franchise overnight. Pretty good value at the cost of a second-round draft pick, huh? Given a full offseason with head coach/offensive guru Kyle Shanahan, Garoppolo is a sexy dark horse NFL MVP pick. His drive efficiency performance was off the charts in his five starts last season, and that was before he had running back Jerick McKinnon (acquired in free agency) and veteran wide receiver Pierre Garcon (injured) at his disposal. The Niners are relevant again, and it’s all thanks to Jimmy G. Now watch him back up the hype.
This might be a time of transition for the Seahawks — particularly on defense — so Wilson, more than ever, will be the center of everything for Pete Carroll’s squad. Wilson led the league in touchdown passes last season, and you can safely assume Seattle will keep airing it out until the desert quest for a suitable Marshawn Lynch replacement is completed (you’re up, Rashaad Penny). Wilson threw the ball more than ever in 2017, but he still moves the chains with his legs as well as just about anyone. (He went over 500 yards rushing for the fourth time in his career, adding three additional scores on the ground.) The Seahawks need Wilson to be better than ever — he’s unlikely to let them down.
David might be the most anonymous star in the NFL today. He’s been a difference-making presence in Tampa Bay’s 3-4 scheme for six years now, but he’s only got one Pro Bowl nod to show for it. At least the tape geeks are paying attention: Pro Football Focus ranked David second amongst all linebackers last season, sandwiched between Bobby Wagner and Luke Kuechly. That is pretty solid company. If you believe the Bucs are going to bounce back from last season’s disappointment, expect David to be a primary reason why.
The Colts have been steadfast about their confidence in quarterback Andrew Luck‘s return to action and return to form this season, but his extended layoff with a right shoulder injury has not created the same feeling in other corners of the football world.
That’s not a secret to the Colts or to Luck and General Manager Chris Ballard thinks those doubts will prove to be a good thing for the quarterback.
Johnny Manziel recently said that in 2015, when McCown became his teammate with the Cleveland Browns, the elder QB offered to tutor Manziel on the ins and outs of being an NFL quarterback, but McCown seems to be the exception rather than the rule.
Look at how Ben Roethlisberger has publicly reacted to the Pittsburgh Steelers drafting Mason Rudolph, and recall the stories of how Brett Favre reacted when the Packers drafted Aaron Rodgers there are only 32 NFL starting quarterback jobs on the planet, and the majority of guys aren’t just going to hand them over to someone else.
General Manager John Lynch, who traded a 2019 fifth-round pick to the Lions for Tomlinson last year, said on KNBR that he’d like to work out a deal that keeps Tomlinson with the team.
“Those options are tricky deals … I actually pulled Laken in here yesterday and had a great talk with him — we’re gonna work towards making Laken a part of us for the long-term future,” Lynch said, via NBC Sports Bay Area. “The numbers are different at each position. Offensive guard was a little skewed because they include all offensive lineman — tackles get paid a lot so that number was extremely high. But we’ve already been talking with Laken’s guys about trying to make something happen, and we’ll see if that goes into next year.”
Tomlinson started 15 games at left guard for the 49ers last year.
She expected it to be the height of her dance career and push her to improve her technique.
But once she made the team, the reality was much different.
Kurt Warner, now 47, considered returning to the NFL for 2018 season More At 47, most athletes are well into their twilight period and a long way removed from playing professional sports, others consider returning despite their age. Kurt Warner falls into the latter category. The 1999 Superbowl MVP admitted that he considered returning to the NFL for the 2018 season. According to Frank Schwab of Yahoo Sports, Warner gave serious consideration to an unlikely return, stating: ‘I was actually ready to, for this coming season, I actually talked to a coach and my wife said, Go for it, I think it would be great. So I actually talked to a coach about possibly doing it if they needed someone, but then they went out and signed somebody. I don’t think they thought I was serious.
The union announced Monday that it filed its grievance and was seeking an arbitrator to hear the case. Kaepernick deposed several league owners and executives, including Commissioner Roger Goodell, in his grievance. Reid is using the same attorneys as Kaepernick. When NFL owners met in March, they didn’t hold lengthy discussions on anthem protocol. But they are expected to do so at their spring meetings in Atlanta on May 21-22.
His suspension and contract dispute only exacerbate that:
Finding a trade partner for a suspended player could be tough, but Ingram has been one of the most consistently productive running backs in the NFL for a long time. A team may be willing to take him even if it means he sits for the first month. And even if it doesn’t happen soon, he could also be a candidate for a midseason deal before the October trade deadline.
It’s hard to get a big pay day at running back and even harder with age 30 approaching, but Ingram can still land another decent contract. His suspension just makes it even more unlikely that it’ll be the Saints making the offer.
A serious conversation never surfaced, however, which Warner acknowledged was for the best.
My biggest concern was screwing it up, Warner conceded. Even if expectations weren’t high, they would’ve been for me…. If I was the reason they lost, that would’ve been hard for me to handle.