• News: Tony Romo To Redskins?
    Washington Redskins
    Blogging The Boys

    News: Tony Romo To Redskins?

    Report: Washington Redskins Showing Interest In Tony Romo - Jesse Borek, Fanrag Sports Just when you thought you'd heard it all, along comes Jason Cole of Bleacher Report and speculates that Washington could be interested in acquiring Romo, if they decide to trade Kirk Cousins. The team currently has to decide what to do with quarterback Kirk Cousins, whom it can either slap with the franchise tag for the second consecutive season, work out a long-term deal, or find a suitable trade partner. In the latter scenario, that would create a void at quarterback; one the team may seek to fill with Romo, whether it be by trade or via free agency. Tony Romo's name enters Redskins picture amid Cousins fallout

  • Raiders free agency: 'Baby Reggie' Bruce Irvin recruits Switzer after Weddle
    Oakland Raiders
    Raiders Wire

    Raiders free agency: 'Baby Reggie' Bruce Irvin recruits Switzer after Weddle

    Oakland Raiders outside linebacker Bruce Irvin, a well-known recruiter for the Silver and Black, has already turned to the war room in 2017, shifting his focus from free agents to prospects in the NFL draft. Self-proclaimed “baby Reggie” made it known via Twitter that he would be elated if former UNC slot receiver Ryan Switzer joined him in Oakland. Another Twitter user wrote in a tweet that her “life would be complete” if the Raiders drafted Switzer and tagged Irvin in said tweet. Then, Irvin quoted the tweet and wrote: “Lol mine too!” Irvin conducted similar acts via Twitter with NFL free agents last offseason, as me made attempts to lure both Donald Penn and now Baltimore Ravens safety Eric

  • UCLA uses defensive switch, offensive rebounding to beat Arizona, keep Pac-12 wide open
    Sports
    The Dagger3 hours ago

    UCLA uses defensive switch, offensive rebounding to beat Arizona, keep Pac-12 wide open

    Allonzo Trier scored a game-high and season-high 28 points, but UCLA’s defense kept the rest of the Wildcats in check. No, it was something UCLA hasn’t often been praised for this season. The fifth-ranked Bruins, who trailed No. 4 Arizona by four at halftime in the first Pac-12 game between top-five