The Browns have needed a good quarterback for … oh, just since they returned to Cleveland in 1999. They settled for Brock Osweiler this offseason in a stunning trade, and maybe he will be the answer for them that he wasn’t for the Texans. In the process, though, the Browns made pretty clear that they weren’t interested in Colin Kaepernick, the 29-year-old who led the 49ers to the Super Bowl all of four years ago and has put up better numbers than Osweiler almost across the board. Why did they resist the free agent? Let Joe Thomas, the Browns’ 10-year Pro Bowl left tackle and team captain, explain: Now, Thomas’ point ignores two important truths: Kaepernick has been very good as a starter in the
Football fans have been pretty excited about the NFL draft coming to Philadelphia but details surrounding the event have been relatively scarce. The Mayor of Philadelphia's office released more details this afternoon about what exactly will be going on in front of the Art Museum and along the Ben Franklin Parkway. They had said previously that they expect a record-setting 200,000 fans through the experience. Here are some of the highlights. The fan festival activities will be FREE and last for three days along a half-mile stretch of the Ben Franklin Parkway. This will include "interactive exhibits, immersive games, and virtual reality experiences, free player autograph sessions and more." Hours
As it were, nothing screams “drama” like the heated rivalry between siblings. The Gasol brothers have been major players in the NBA for as long as we can remember. Now in his 16th season, older brother, Pau, has averaged 18 points and 9.5 rebounds per game, made six All-Star Game appearances, earned four All-NBA honors, and won two championships.