“We feel great [about Bryant],” Jones said Wednesday, per The Dallas Morning News. “I think he’s really focused on being around and doing the work and that’s important. His injury requires the rehab and the TLC that our guys give him, [athletic trainers] Britt [Brown] and Jim [Mauer]. He’s done an outstanding job and been committed to being around and I think that’s only getting better. That’s what we need of him, is to get well and do his rehab and then get in great shape.
Assuming Romo can also stay healthy this year, and he’s already a full-go two months after having his collarbone operated on, Bryant’s slump should end this September. And if you need any reminding after last season’s sluggish results, Bryant’s normal looks something like this: rescuing throws that look like pooch punts in the end zone.
It’s been just over three months since Marshawn Lynch sent out a Super Bowl Sunday tweet that led the world to believe that he had decided to retire from football.
The only problem is that no one actually knows if that’s what Lynch actually meant when he sent out the tweet that showed him proverbially hanging up his cleats. Of course, that’s what we think he meant, but this is Lynch and it wouldn’t be surprising at all to find out we were all wrong.
Since dropping the tweet on Feb. 7, Lynch has been mum on the subject of retirement, which has kept everyone guessing, including Seahawks general manager John Schneider.
During an interview with PFT Live on Wednesday, Schneider was asked if he thought Lynch was actually done with football.
“It seems like it,” Schneider said.
So, Belichick and his family actually have a long history with the sport. Belichick even played in college and his daughter, Amanda, is the head coach of Holy Cross’ women’s program. In the video, Belichick picked up a stick and tossed the ball around. I don’t watch lacrosse (I went to a five-day camp as a kid and then gave up on it), but he looked like a natural, even using the stick with both hands.
Anyway, let’s get back to Belichick’s Brady “can’t run” quip. This needs to be Brady’s only response.
German receiver gets NFL approval to have a one-of-a-kind uniform
When Moritz Boehringer takes the field for the Vikings this preseason, his jersey is going to look slightly different than the rest of the jerseys on the field. The NFL is allowing him to put an umlaut on his uniform.
The Vikings announced on Wednesday that Boehringer will now be Böhringer.
When your own mom thinks you’re not very good at being a criminal, that’s probably when it’s time to find something else to do.
Caldwell lucked out in his case: His lawyer argued — and proved — that the MDMA that was ordered from China wasn’t that potent. Since Caldwell didn’t order pure Ecstasy, he wasn’t going to be hit with a full jail sentence.
The former Patriots receiver was sentenced to 27 months in prison.