NFL teams asked Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson to work out as a receiver. Unless they didn’t. PFT has uncovered the final answer: Both. So there it is. No team directly asked Jackson to work out as a receiver, but at least one team made a request that was communicated on a second-hand basis to Jackson, […]
NFL teams asked Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson to work out as a receiver. Unless they didn’t.
PFT has uncovered the final answer: Both.
So there it is. No team directly asked Jackson to work out as a receiver, but at least one team made a request that was communicated on a second-hand basis to Jackson, and he passed.
The 6’3, 252-pound defensive end is fluid and flexible off the edge, yet he’s not powerful at the point of attack. As a result, Landry isn’t a consistent edge-setter. This may prevent a team from making him an every-down player early in this career. Plus, there are health questions after he suffered an ankle injury in 2017.
The Lions offense remains intact with quarterback Matthew Stafford and offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter. The defense will be remade in Patricia’s image. The head coach’s vision should include a pair of talented pass-rushers.
The predraft trade between the Bengals and Bills could result in a pair of new offensive line starters in the Queen City. Left tackle Cordy Glenn will step in after the Bengals lacked a competent blindside starter.
With Rodgers-Cromartie moving to safety, it would seem to increase the chances of Eli Apple sticking with the team. Coach Pat Shurmur said this week that Apple has a clean slate after a rough 2017 on and off the field.
Richard Sherman, who signed with the 49ers last week, isn’t.?During his introductory press conference Tuesday, Sherman touched upon?Reid’s situation:?
He’s made enough plays to be signed with a team and to make his money. He deserves his money. … So, there is concern there, because you would think a player of his caliber and his quality would be picked up by now. … If he doesn’t, then I think there will be a conversation with the league office and the union on potential league action.
Throughout free agency, a bevy of unremarkable quarterbacks have signed deals. The Bengals signed Matt Barkley for two years. The Cardinals signed Mike Glennon to a two-year, $8 million contract, according to?Ian Rapoport?of NFL Network. They also gave Sam Bradford a one-year, $20 million deal with a $20 million option in 2019, per?Rapoport. The Bills signed AJ McCarron. The Broncos traded for Trevor Siemian. Ryan Fitzpatrick, who is 35, re-signed with Tampa Bay.?The Raiders signed quarterback Josh Johnson, who hasn’t thrown a regular-season pass since 2011.?