Key Storylines to Watch as NFL Training Camps Open

The Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Pittsburgh Steelers already reported for training camp, and the other 29 teams are expected to begin their training camps tomorrow. So let’s discuss the biggest storylines to keep an eye on during camp. Aaron Rodgers/ Green Bay Packers- Aaron Rodgers has dominated the headlines this offseason once AdamContinue reading “Key Storylines to Watch as NFL Training Camps Open”

NFL Wild Card Weekend Preview

Ben Pope of the First and Goal: Dean Gridiron podcast, Brett Chaves of Fansided.com, and CJ Medeiros of http://www.cjspatriotsopinions.com join me to preview wild card weekend in the NFL. We also talk about Doug Pederson deciding to take out Jalen Hurts vs Washington and we look ahead to the offseason for the Patriots, Giants andContinue reading “NFL Wild Card Weekend Preview”

Superman Turns Into a Villian

After months of speculation about Cam Newton signing with the New England Patriots, it finally came to fruition as Newton signed a one year incentive- laden deal that can go up to as much as $7.5m. However, it can only go up to $7.5m if he plays well, otheriwse it is the league minimum ofContinue reading “Superman Turns Into a Villian”

Jamal Adams Wants Out of New York

After Jets safety Jamal Adams went on an Instagram rant last Thursday by saying “Maybe it’s time to move on!”, Adams officially requested a trade from the Jets later that day. This all comes as Adams is looking for a contract extension before the season starts to be the highest paid safety in the league.Continue reading “Jamal Adams Wants Out of New York”

Jets, Jamal Adams in Standstill Over Contract Extension

The Jamal Adams trade expectations have ramped back up as Gary Myers reported yesterday that the Jets and Jamal Adams have reached a stalemate on a contract extension. As Myers explains, New York is in no rush to give Adams an extension and would rather wait to decide until at least the regular season, whileContinue reading “Jets, Jamal Adams in Standstill Over Contract Extension”