Kenny Anunike

#62DE,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 275
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College: Duke
Birth Place: Galena, Ohio
  • Packers announce minor coaching staff changes
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    Packers announce minor coaching staff changes

    Until Monday afternoon, there was still a theoretical chance that individuals wanting a major shakeup on the Green Bay Packers’ coaching staff would get their wish. However, that is no longer the case; today, Mike McCarthy announced his coaching staff for the 2017 season, and that announcement includes just three changes from the 2016 group. Only one new faces is actually coming to Green Bay, however. That is Tim McGarigle, who comes to Green Bay from the Illinois Fighting Illini, where he coached the linebackers in 2016. McGarigle played college football at Northwestern before being drafted by the St. Louis Rams in 2006. He played just 12 games in the NFL, all with the Rams in 2007, and made

  • Franchise tag would make Jason Pierre-Paul the Giants' second-largest cap hit
    Giants Wire3 hours ago

    Franchise tag would make Jason Pierre-Paul the Giants' second-largest cap hit

    The New York Giants will officially place the franchise tag on defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul on Tuesday, which, at least temporarily, will make him the second-largest cap hit on the team. At a projected $17 million, Pierre-Paul would be second to only quarterback Eli Manning in terms of a cap number. Manning currently rests at $19.7 million. Pierre-Paul would also then account for a cap hit larger than fellow defensive end Olivier Vernon, who signed the most lucrative contract for a pass rusher in NFL history only a year ago. Vernon’s 2017 cap hit is $16 million. Of course, this is all subject to change. With such a vast monetary number tied up in both Pierre-Paul and Vernon, coupled with the

  • NFLPA shrugs at possibility of enforcement of federal marijuana laws
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    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