For the second consecutive offseason, the Washington Redskins and Kirk Cousins are struggling to come to terms on a long-term contract extension for the 28-year-old-quarterback. The simple fact of the matter: Cousins is one of the better quarterbacks in the NFL. No. Is he capable of leading a team with a strong supporting cast on a deep postseason run?
At a time when their former Florida teammate is facing a much more serious criminal trial, NFL offensive lineman Maurkice and Mike Pouncey soon will be standing trial in a civil case arising from a 2014 brawl at their birthday party. Per multiple reports, the trial against the twins starts on March 6 in Miami-Dade County. The case brought by Ricquan James and Niya Pickett claims that the Pounceys and their security team beat the plaintiffs and subjected them to homophobic slurs. Among other things, the lawsuit specifically contends that Steelers center Maurice Pouncey (pictured) punched James in the face and said that James “was ruining his party by acting gay.” At the 2013 edition of their
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