• Questions emerge if Colt McCoy can produce similar results at lesser cost than Kirk Cousins, per source
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    Questions emerge if Colt McCoy can produce similar results at lesser cost than Kirk Cousins, per source

    In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. In the land of the hot take, the more preposterous and outrageous suggestion gets the buzz.  The latest fallacy of a sports debate started when Jordan Rodgers - best known for being Aaron Rodgers' brother and a winner on The Bachelorette  - said he would take Kirk Cousins over Cam Newton while talking on ESPN Radio. Rodgers laid out his reasons, mainly that Cousins is an accurate passer while Newton's game depends to much on athleticism. Rodgers:  You know what gets figured out? Athleticism. What happened to Robert Griffin? Athleticism. Teams caught up to him. They figured how to scheme him. You know what never gets schemed or what never gets

  • Could DeSean Jackson Be Enticing Option For Patriots In Free Agency?
    New England Sports Network

    Could DeSean Jackson Be Enticing Option For Patriots In Free Agency?

    Two questions surround the New England Patriots’ receiving corps entering the 2017 NFL offseason: 1. Will Danny Amendola restructure his contract, which is set to pay him $6 million in salary next season? 2. Will the Patriots re-sign Michael Floyd, the group’s only impending free agent? If Amendola and/or Floyd leaves town, New England could look to bring in another wideout this spring. One potentially intriguing option? DeSean Jackson, who’s set to hit the open market after spending the last three seasons with the Washington Redskins. Jackson is on the older side — he turned 30 in December and is entering his 10th year in the league — but he still possesses big-play ability. His 17.9 yards-per-catch

  • Are Redskins sabotaging own GM with drinking rumors?
    New York Post

    Are Redskins sabotaging own GM with drinking rumors?

    Chris Cooley was flowing, building up to his bombshell. The former Redskins tight end, who’s now paid by the team as a radio host and TV color analyst, put forward his supposed theory on radio, knowing so many news outlets would pounce: Perhaps the team’s general manager, Scot McCloughan, who’s had a history of problems with alcohol, is drinking again. Why did someone on the team’s payroll speculate about something so sensitive regarding one of the valued minds of the team? And why did the Redskins remain silent after Cooley’s accusation? The questions don’t have answers, but may offer a peek into the Redskins’ internal power struggle. Cooley’s comments came the morning of Feb. 14, but signs