Denver Broncos star defensive lineman, Von Miller, has tested positive for coronavirus. Miller is, thus far, the highest-profile NFL player to publicly announce he has contracted the virus.
With 1 minute, 12 seconds left in Super Bowl 54, Damien Williams ran 38 yards for a touchdown, crushing the hearts of 49er fans for the second time in 9 years. Yet, the loss might not have been all bad news for San Francisco.
Not all quarterbacks that fall below the 20 point mark are necessarily doomed to a poor career. One of the best quarterbacks of all time, Dan Marino only scored a 15 on his Wonderlic Test.
Last Friday, the Los Angeles Rams agreed to trade wide receiver Brandin Cooks to the Houston Texans in exchange for a second-round 2020 draft pick.
Dak Prescott Defends Himself After Throwing a Dinner Party While the World Is Supposed to Be Social Distancing
In April, the quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, Dak Prescott, and his go-to running back, Ezekiel Elliot, had a gathering at Prescott’s house while the world is being encouraged to stay home and social distance themselves.
Chris Johnson, a former NFL 3x Pro Bowl Running Back for the Titans, Jets, and Cardinals is currently under investigation for his role in two murders that took place during 2016.
On April 10, it was revealed that the New Orlean Saints’ starting quarterback, Drew Brees, would be working for NBC after he’s done leading his team on the field.
Brady captioned the photo, writing, “Missing my boy.”
As the NFL draft looms, the league’s commissioner, Roger Goodell, announced that the draft will be done virtually at the end of April.
Although Jadeveon Clowney is an elite threat as a pass rusher, he remains a free agent because he is consistently injured and teams cannot afford to pay him.