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Will Muschamp

Florida Gators & SEC – No More FCS Opponents

Posted on 28 May, 2014, by in Football

Despite being the dominant power in College Football, SEC teams tend to schedule way too many FCS games which will probably hurt some of their team’s chances when it comes to make decisions about the College Football playoffs. Will Muschamp, head coach of the Florida Gators, has stated publicly that he doesn’t want any opponents from a lower division anymore. More

Andre Johnson

Houston Texans – Andre Johnson is a Man of his Word

Posted on 28 May, 2014, by in Football

Not liking the offseason decisions made by the Houston Texans, Andre Johnson sounded his displeasure and told everyone he wouldn’t be at the team’s OTAs. The day came, and true to his word, the Pro Bowl wide receiver didn’t arrive to the voluntary workouts. More

Sean Lee

Dallas Cowboys – Sean Lee Can’t Stop Getting Injured

Posted on 28 May, 2014, by in Football

A defense that can’t afford losing any key players just got a whole lot weaker after Sean Lee tore his ACL which means he’ll miss the entire 2014 NFL season for the Dallas Cowboys, once again finding themselves without a player they were counting on to lead the defensive unit. More

Blake Bortles

NFL Rumors – Jacksonville Jaguars Won’t Start Blake Bortles at Quarterback

Posted on 22 May, 2014, by in Football

Despite three consecutive losing season with a total of 11 wins and six years since they’ve last been to the playoffs, the Jacksonville Jaguars are patient in the direction they’re taking, which means they won’t rush rookie quarterback Blake Bortles into anything, instead letting him sit on the bench behind Chad Henne and gradually grasp what it takes to be an NFL quarterback. More

NFL Postseason

NFL Playoffs – Closer to Expanding the Field

Posted on 20 May, 2014, by in Football

Change comes slowly in the NFL, but it’s usually easy to spot from miles away. With the league guided by making money for its owners while trumping anything else, expanding the playoffs for financial reasons seems quite normal, and it looks like in the annual spring meeting we’ll see the postseason format changed from 12 teams to 14 teams, starting no later than the 2015 season. More

C. J. Fiedorowicz

Iowa Hawkeyes – The Best in Developing NFL Talent

Posted on 15 May, 2014, by in Football

It doesn’t take much to turn five and four-star high school prospects into productive college football players and then into draft picks. But turning two-star or even unrated players that enter college football without too much bell ringing and attention is a much more impressive feat, and no one does it better than Iowa, even if the football program hasn’t been exactly winning a whole lot in recent years. More

Andre Johnson

NFL Rumors – Houston Texans Thinking About Trading Andre Johnson

Posted on 15 May, 2014, by in Football

The stated unhappiness with the direction the Houston Texans are taking heading into the 2014 NFL season means that Andre Johnson, at the very least, should be considered as a trade option. It’s still far away from actually acting on his words, but you can never really know what sets a player and a team off on their separate ways. More

Johnny Manziel

NFL Rumors – Cleveland Browns Will Start Brian Hoyer Over Johnny Manziel

Posted on 15 May, 2014, by in Football

In a draft without big stars, Johnny Manziel stole the show by being the 22nd overall pick, heading to the Cleveland Browns. Being a first round pick doesn’t make him the starting quarterback, and if no injuries occur between now and week, 1, Brian Hoyer will be the one under center for the Browns this season. More

Bishop Sankey

NFL Rumors – Tennessee Titans Will Use Bishop Sankey a Lot

Posted on 14 May, 2014, by in Football

One big name and highly used running back is gone, so the Tennessee Titans need to find ways and fill that hole. Bishop Sankey coming out of Washington was the first running back taken in the 2014 NFL draft, and will be carrying plenty of expectations going into his rookie season, and hopefully also plenty of the ball as well. More

Andre Johnson

NFL Rumors – Andre Johnson Wants to Leave the Houston Texans

Posted on 14 May, 2014, by in Football

After 11 seasons with the Houston Texans, Andre Johnson might be trying to get himself out of a franchise that he doesn’t like the direction its taking. Instead of building on their playoff appearances and getting closer to winning a Super Bowl, it seems like they’re headed towards another rebuilding phase, something Johnson doesn’t want to be a part of. More