Players on the roster bubble need to make good impressions during the NFL preseason. Dallas Cowboys rookie wideout Noah Brown apparently didn’t get that memo, though. During the third quarter of Saturday’s preseason tilt between the Cowboys and Indianapolis Colts, Brown inexplicably cheap-shotted Colts punter Rigoberto Sanchez. Check out the boneheaded play in the video below: Seriously? On the punter? This isn’t a good look for Brown, a seventh-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. But it might’ve been a learning experience for Sanchez, who’s battling for the opportunity to replace the recently retired Pat McAfee as the Colts punter. But if this type of punishment is part of the job, we’d be surprised
Thousands of counterprotesters marched through the Boston Common on Saturday, expecting to greet white supremacists during a provocative “free speech” rally in Massachusetts just a week after a violent protest took place in Charlottesville, Virginia.
In news that can’t be considered too surprising, at least one report is suggesting that the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders are not happy about the NFL’s decision move forward with the relocation of the St. Louis Rams to Los Angeles. All three teams have been vying for league approval of relocation over the past year or so. The league-wide vote that took place in Houston on Tuesday paved the path for the Rams to relocate to Inglewood. Meanwhile, the Chargers have been given a one-year window to join the Rams in Inglewood. If they decide not to relocate a bit further north, the door will be open for the Raiders to move down south with the Rams. In lieu of being given the go-ahead to relocate,