Now that the draft is over, it's time to create a Fantasy Football league
Wait, what about me? The NFL draft can be a cruel taste of reality for veterans around the league as they realize their teams are loading up at positions their incumbent players thought were already filled. Former Cleveland Browns tight end Gary Barnidge learned the hard way how futures can change in one pick, as he went from an encouraging mentor to an unemployed 31-year-old after David Njoku was drafted in the first round. Here are 10 other veterans who were left shaking their heads as they watched their job security slip away during the 2017 NFL Draft. Mark Ingram, Saints Ingram played the good soldier after the Saints gave him direct competition by signing Adrian Peterson, but he must be
"Bye, Felicia" is just a tremendous dismissal of anyone for any reason, basically. The actress paying Felicia* in that scene is Angela Means Kaaya, mother of former four-star Miami Hurricanes starting quarterback Brad Kaaya, of West Hills, Calif. College football fans who know how frequently these bio tidbits get mentioned by announcers during games can prepare to hear her name a few times this season. "I feel blessed," Means Kaaya said with both hands on her heart.
Ball Don't Lie previews the Eastern Conference semifinal showdown between Isaiah Thomas' No. 1-seeded Celtics and John Wall's No. 4 Wizards.