The Detroit Lions have found a replacement for Eric Ebron.
The Lions signed veteran tight end and Windsor native Luke Willson to a one-year contract Wednesday, NFL insider Adam Caplan reported.
Zirm posted video on Saturday that showed the same motion:
Darnold turned the ball over 22 times in 2017, and if NFL clubs believe his release played a role there, they could be looking for him to prove that he can make that mechanical adjustment successfully before spending a first-round pick on him. That could happen when Darnold has private workouts with teams in the coming weeks, but it’d help if he could at least show just how quickly he can get the ball out on Wednesday, regardless of his motion.
But what if the Bills are unable or unwilling to make a deal Who should they take at No. 12 Jay Skurski tackles that question at the top of his latest Bills mailbag: That depends on the Bills’ evaluation of Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson. If they feel he has franchise potential, taking him at 12 is justifiable. (More on Jackson later).
If the Bills don’t think Jackson is worth the 12th pick, the other glaring need on the roster is at linebacker, Skurski concludes. If Georgia’s Roquan Smith is still available, and there is a chance he could be with four quarterbacks going in your scenario in the first 11 picks, he would become an immediate starter.
It’s not just on the officials to enforce it. It’s not just on the league to discipline for it. It’s on the coaches to coach it… everyone is enthusiastically behind this in support of this. Goodell downplayed questions about how the NFL will resolve player kneeling protests during pre-game playing of the US national anthem. One idea is to play the song while teams are in the locker rooms before games. A resolution is expected at the May owners’ meetings. – Helmet safety rule’ridiculous’ – NFL cornerbacks Richard Sherman of San Francisco and Josh Norman of Washington told USA Today they were frustrated at the new helmet-hit rule change. It’s ridiculous, Sherman wrote in a text to the newspaper. Like telling a driver if you touch the lane lines, you’re getting a ticket. (It’s going to) lead to more lower-extremity injuries.