Dann O'Neill

#70T,
Height: 6' 8"
Weight: 305
Born:
College: Western Michigan
Birth Place: Grand Haven, Michigan
  • Skins Stats Playing GM: Making Kirk Cousins the Highest Paid Player in the NFL
    Hogs Haven

    Skins Stats Playing GM: Making Kirk Cousins the Highest Paid Player in the NFL

    A little over a week ago, I gave you ten reasons that Kirk Cousins is worth the money.  The numbers we looked at made it clear that Cousins is the best option for the Washington Redskins at quarterback.  However, what is not entirely clear is just how much it will take to keep Cousins in a Redskins uniform for the foreseeable future, and how the contract needs to be structured.  That's the question that is currently staring the Redskins brass dead in the face. The short answer is that they likely need to make Kirk Cousins the highest paid player in the NFL. Don't believe me?  That's fine.  I'll admit that I'm much more comfortable with numbers related to on-field performance than I am with contract

  • NFLPA shrugs at possibility of enforcement of federal marijuana laws
    NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk

    NFLPA shrugs at possibility of enforcement of federal marijuana laws

    With the Trump administration strongly hinting that federal law banning marijuana use will be enforced in states where recreational use has been legalized, the NFL Players Association sees no issue regarding its current effort to loosen the league’s current marijuana prohibition. NFLPA spokesman George Atallah described the situation as “a CBA issue, not a law-enforcement issue” in a comment to the Denver Post. “We are talking about how players get treatment under our jointly agreed upon drug policies, not any advocacy for federal vs. state statutes,” Atallah said. Technically, he’s right. But the proliferation of state laws allowing marijuana use for medical or recreational reasons has created

  • Veteran running backs could be Eagles targets if they're released
    Eagles Wire

    Veteran running backs could be Eagles targets if they're released

    The Philadelphia Eagles may target veterans cut by their former teams for help at the running back position this offseason. Howie Roseman could go after players such as Jamaal Charles or LeSean McCoy for potential production out of the backfield if they’re released by their respective teams. Charles’ release has been the subject of recent speculation. Signing veteran back C.J. Spiller may be an indication of Charles’ future. If Charles does come back to the Chiefs, he will likely return on a restructured deal. Kansas City is strapped for cap space and Charles is set to have a cap hit of nearly $6.2 million with no dead cap hit. The Chiefs can’t justify paying the veteran that much money — considering