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Myles Garrett shows even when Browns win they still seem to lose – Cleveland Browns Blog

[ad_1] BEREA, Ohio -- In the span of two weeks, the Cleveland Browns have gone from inevitably undisciplined to unequivocally embarrassing.Thursday night, that culminated with defensive end Myles Garrett ripping the helmet off Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and clubbing him in the head with it. The NFL responded rapidly, handing Garrett an unprecedented punishment for a single on-field act, suspending him for the rest of this season, playoffs included.Even

Bears living life in QB limbo with Mitchell Trubisky – Chicago Bears Blog

[ad_1] LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Don’t expect the Chicago Bears to host a splashy offseason news conference to announce a lucrative contract extension for quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. That, however, doesn’t mean Chicago’s front office is done with the 25-year-old quarterback.“The Bears aren’t going to give up on Trubisky. Not right now,” said Rex Ryan, an ESPN NFL analyst and former New York Jets and Buffalo Bills head coach. “There is

Robert Saleh putting his stamp on 49ers’ dominant defense – San Francisco 49ers Blog

[ad_1] SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Make no mistake, San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh sees and hears all. But if it doesn't have to do with the Niners' defense, Saleh doesn't care.He is the architect of one of the league's best defenses, and his message never changes."You remind everybody, every day, no matter what: It's a life commitment to be able to stay focused day in and day out

Bears were the first to stop Rams and Sean McVay – Los Angeles Rams Blog

[ad_1] 6:00 AM ETLindsey ThiryESPN Close Covered Rams for two years for Los Angeles Times Previously covered the Falcons Has covered the NBA and college football and basketballTHOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- The Los Angeles Rams offensive line has been decimated by injuries, and behind it, quarterback Jared Goff has struggled to improvise.A season after appearing in Super Bowl LIII, the Rams are 5-4 and clinging to a 17% playoff berth

Kenny Golladay’s quiet rise has been what the Lions have needed – Detroit Lions Blog

[ad_1] ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Kenny Golladay isn’t the loud one. Not in the locker room, where he’ll often speak softly while sitting at his locker during media sessions. Not in the meeting room, either, where fellow Detroit Lions receivers Marvin Jones and Danny Amendola will be more vocal.Golladay prefers to be the quiet devastator. In meetings, he prefers to sit and ingest all of the notes receivers coach Robert

Jets CEO doubles down on Adam Gase — a move that could backfire – New York Jets Blog

[ad_1] FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Eight days ago, New York Jets CEO Christopher Johnson gathered the team off the practice field. It got quiet. Some players wondered, "Why is the owner talking to us?" Johnson isn't a spotlight guy, not a big talker, so his impromptu meeting caught many by surprise.In his understated style, Johnson told the players to ignore the outside noise about Adam Gase, that he was committed

Is Carson Wentz an elite QB? A dive into the numbers – Philadelphia Eagles Blog

[ad_1] PHILADELPHIA -- Quarterback Carson Wentz will square off against Tom Brady for the first time in his career when the Philadelphia Eagles host the New England Patriots on Sunday (4:25 p.m. ET, CBS)."It's always cool to play a competitor like him, arguably one of the best ever," Wentz said Wednesday. "Ton of respect for him and what he has done."Wentz missed the last matchup, of course, as a torn

Mexico City game rekindles Chargers’ bond with fans in Tijuana – Los Angeles Chargers Blog

[ad_1] TIJUANA, Mexico -- San Diego wasn't the only city upset by the Chargers' departure for Los Angeles three years ago.The Chargers built a significant following in the Mexican border town of Tijuana during the team's 56 years spent just north in San Diego. Although disappointed and frustrated by the move, many of the fans, including Tijuana resident Pedro Panama, remain supporters of the team.They watch and root for the

Yanny/Laurel? Geno Smith’s coin toss call under social media scrutiny – Seattle Seahawks Blog

[ad_1] 11:15 PM ETBrady HendersonESPN RENTON, Wash. -- As if the Seattle Seahawks' 27-24 win over the San Francisco 49ers on Monday night wasn't wild enough -- with four-plus quarters of back-and-forth football, a combined seven turnovers and two defensive scores -- the overtime coin toss has produced the NFL's version of the great Laurel versus Yanny debate.Geno Smith did, in fact, call heads to give the Seahawks possession when

How Mohamed Sanu has quickly become key part of Patriots’ attack – New England Patriots Blog

[ad_1] FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Patriots are coming off their bye, and as they look ahead to a challenging four-game stretch, one statistic stands out as a reminder of how new wide receiver Mohamed Sanu will be a critical piece for them: 14 for No. 14.Sanu, whose old No. 12 wasn't available to him in New England (a certain quarterback has that), happily slipped into 14 -- and