“We had up to 12 stops in a row at one point,” Cronin said. “Getting better. Look, in fairness to Mark, they’re in rebuilding mode. They’ve got a young team. They missed some open shots, just like we did. Shooting changes a lot.” … [Read more...] about Smith scores 17 as UCLA beats Cal 50-40
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Del Rio said he talked to Arizona State coach Herm Edwards about his nine years at ESPN before deciding to take the position. He also joins a roster that features former coaches Rex Ryan and John Fox. Ryan and Del Rio were assistants at Baltimore, where they won a Super Bowl in 2000, and Del Rio was Fox’s defensive coordinator at Carolina and Denver. … [Read more...] about ESPN hires Jack Del Rio, former Broncos defensive coordinator, as analyst
Ekeler — who starred at Eaton High School and Western State — opened the scoring with a 1-yard reception. Ty Long kicked a 22-yard field goal earlier in the series, but Indianapolis’ Denico Autry was called for unnecessary roughness. The Chargers took the points off the board to go for the touchdown. … [Read more...] about Austin Ekeler scores 3 TDs in Chargers’ OT win over Colts
Rapoport went on to write: “Several clubs inquired as to Kaepernick’s football readiness and both him and his reps have frequently expressed his desire for him to return to the league. The NFL has arranged this opportunity for him to work out, and for all clubs to have the opportunity to evaluate him.” … [Read more...] about Ex-49ers QB Colin Kaepernick to work out for NFL teams in Atlanta Saturday
The core idea of Blitt’s evocative cartoon — that the players must be policed by the league itself, that the league has an obligation to run a private justice system — has for years been accepted as common wisdom in many circles. Recall how Michael Vick, in the wake of his dog-fighting scandal, was reinstated to the sport by commissioner Roger Goodell with a letter that began, “I accept that you are sincere when you say that you want to, and will, turn your life around, and that you intend to be a positive role model for others. I am prepared to offer you that opportunity. Whether you succeed is entirely in your hands,” a tone that positioned Goodell — a bureaucrat whose only job is to make as much money for the 32 NFL owners as possible — somewhere between father figure, Judge Judy, and God. The NFL needs to Lay Down the Law. Those players need to be Put In Line. … [Read more...] about The NFL’s Real Problem Isn’t Kareem Hunt. It’s Roger Goodell.