Sean McVay gives great insight into how Patriots’ defense won Super Bowl LIII | NBC Sports Boston
For most of us, reliving Super Bowl LIII is still a little bit painful. The takeaway here is that while McVay praises the Patriots’ defensive approach, he’s also done his homework. I wouldn’t expect him to get caught flat-footed again.
In the event that Rodger Saffold departs via free agency, would LA be wise to consider the big OG, who has played his last two seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles?
McVay, Snead detail how Rams have turned the page to 2019 | Rams Official
It’s clear that the Rams have moved on. In the midst of the combine, and free agency looming, the braintrust isn’t wasting any time looking in the rearview mirror.
In the continuing saga of Todd Gurley’s knee, Sean McVay concedes that keeping the Ferrari in the garage a little more often will keep his star RB fresh for the stretch run.
Rams receiver Cooper Kupp expected to return from injury for training camp | Press-Enterprise
Hallelujah! It’s safe to say that with a healthy Todd Gurley and Cooper Kupp, the Rams offense should return to peak form in 2019. May the Kupp runneth over once again.
As expected, a few big names are set to test the waters. Fowler will be gone in short order, but don’t be surprised if the Rams wait and see how the market positions Ndamukong Suh.
Snead: Rams not planning to use franchise tag in 2019 | Rams Official
Clearly, we do not have players the caliber of Trumaine Johnson or Lamarcus Joyner to tag, otherwise....
No, it just makes Monday Night Football better. While the aging TE might represent a security blanket for Cowboys QB Dak Prescott, there are bigger fish to fry in big D.
All the combine hot takes from Cam DaSilva and Crew.
Playing the blame game — even when you blame yourself — isn’t healthy. I’m almost begging for a “Shoot, we’ll fix that” here.