Major Wright

#31S,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 204
Born:
College: Florida
Birth Place: Miramar, Florida
Draft: 2010 3rd round (11th pick) by the
  • NFL coaches skeptical of chip-generated game-day data
    ESPN.com

    NFL coaches skeptical of chip-generated game-day data

    The data arrived weekly last season at each NFL team's headquarters. Packed inside was every imaginable measure of a player's in-game movements: Speed on each play. Yards covered, both horizontally and vertically. Precise location of a receiver or a defensive back on the field. Generated by RFID (Radio-Frequency IDentification) chips embedded in players' shoulder pads, the information was powered by the league's Next-Gen stats program that sports analytics experts consider nothing short of game-altering in terms of how we understand football. And what did the teams do with the numbers last season -- the first year these advanced figures were made available to them? "Nothing," Atlanta Falcons

  • Bucs DT Gerald McCoy who feels underappreciated partakes in Twitter rant
    Bucs Wire

    Bucs DT Gerald McCoy who feels underappreciated partakes in Twitter rant

    Every one has their off days even Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy who is always upbeat, smiling, happy and full of life. That became evident this morning when McCoy clearly woke up on the wrong side of the bed and shared his thoughts on something that appears to be bothering him. The five-time Pro Bowler made it crystal clear on social media that he feels underappreciated and is tired of it. It’s uncertain what McCoy is referring to in his Twitter rampage, but one thing is certain, the veteran DT is angry about something and felt the need to address the issue. McCoy took to social media to share the following message: A half an hour following his long and angry Twitter rant,

  • 2017 NFL record projections: Patriots headed for perfect 16-0 season?
    USA Today

    2017 NFL record projections: Patriots headed for perfect 16-0 season?

    With NFL training camps opening, all 32 teams have largely taken form for 2017. So before injuries, benchings, firings and (more) suspensions start shaping the season, here's USA TODAY Sports' annual prediction of how the season will unfold with record projections for each team based on picking all 256 games, plus a bonus playoff forecast. NFC EAST Dallas Cowboys (11-5): The league should be ready for Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott — assuming he isn't suspended — this time around; that celebrated O-line is breaking in two new starters; and the defense could be a hot mess. Still, there's no denying this club's offensive firepower. The Cowboys play four of their five November games at home, a