With Paul Millsap now in Denver, we’re all expecting crazy passes alongside Nikola Jokic. But what about the defense?
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During his rookie season, Rams running back Todd Gurley made a lot of highlight reels while running for 1,106 yards and 10 touchdowns in 13 games but he wasn’t featured too prominently in those packages last year. Gurley slumped to 885 yards on 3.2 yards per carry in the Rams’ first season in
The Broncos’ defense has played well after cutting safety T.J. Ward just before the start of the season, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t missed him. Broncos cornerback Chris Harris said on PFT Live that playing without Ward has been difficult. “It’s still hard,” Harris said. “Not being
Santana Moss says he’s just trying to level with Robert Griffin III. After a war of words erupted between Moss and Griffin, Moss went on CSN Mid Atlantic and said that Griffin needs to understand that his inability to work with coaches Mike Shanahan and Jay Gruden is the reason he’s no longer
Yes, the Patriots have defeated rookie quarterbacks fifteen times under coach Bill Belichick. But, via Mike Reiss of ESPN.com, they’ve also lost to rookie signal-callers five times. While 15-5 is an impressive win-loss mark, the notion that Belichick has lost five times to still-wet-behind-the-ears
The Eagles played without cornerback Ronald Darby in last Sunday’s loss to the Chiefs and they appear to be on track to adding to the list of injured defensive backs on the inactive list for this Sunday’s game against the Giants. Safety Rodney McLeod and cornerback Jaylen Watkins, who replaced
Rhys Hoskins delivered a big hit in an epic at bat and showed why anyone can be beaten
The seven-race Xfinity Series playoffs begin Saturday night at Kentucky Speedway.
In March, Lions coach Jim Caldwell was asked about his lack of a contract beyond the 2017 season and he said he wasn’t worried about it. Sean McDonough and Jon Gruden did some worrying about it for him during ESPN’s broadcast of Detroit’s win over the Giants on Monday night, pointing out
It was a bit surprising to see Eddie Lacy among Seattle’s seven inactives for Sunday’s 12-9 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. Lacy was a healthy scratch for Seattle as the Seahawks had just one player inactive for injury reasons. The Seahawks kept Thomas Rawls, Chris Carson and C.J. Prosise