Richard Gordon

#89TE,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 265
Born:
College: Miami (FL)
Birth Place: Miami, Florida
Draft: 2011 6th round (16th pick) by the
  • Report: Rams to hire Brian Xanders to front office role
    ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

    Report: Rams to hire Brian Xanders to front office role

    The Los Angeles Rams are set to add former Detroit Lions and Denver Broncos executive Brian Xanders to their front office, according to Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network. The Lions decided to part ways with Xanders in May. He had been a holdover from prior general manager Martin Mayhew and the Lions’ new G.M., Bob Quinn, elected to move on without him.

  • 'Madden 18' Gameplay Trailer Highlighting New Features Is Released
    Forbes

    'Madden 18' Gameplay Trailer Highlighting New Features Is Released

    EA Sports finally released a gameplay trailer for Madden 18 on Friday. Fans had been awaiting an official look at the game. While the video is a little under a minute, it still provides the most extensive look at Madden 18–besides the off-screen, secret recordings taken during EA Play. Noteworthy head-to-head matchups like New York Giants Odell Beckham vs. Washington Redskins Josh Norman and Denver Broncos Von Miller and Carolina Panthers Cam Newton are showcased. We only get to see a few flashes of the new Target Passing feature, but that is easily the most intriguing new gameplay feature. I’ve long thought it would be more realistic to throw to a spot rather than tapping the icon associated

  • Coaches, players continue adjusting to lighter camps
    USA Today

    Coaches, players continue adjusting to lighter camps

    Hey, hold on. You can't do that. Not anymore. When 10 years' worth of labor peace came to the NFL in 2011, so did a massive change in the rules governing practice — during the season, the offseason and, most especially, in training camps. Lengthy double sessions, the dreaded by players two-a-days, became a shorter session and a walkthrough. Hitting anywhere outside the games themselves was minimized. Days off during camp were required. Perhaps as worrisome to coaching staffs, not to mention players on the roster bubble, was a significant decrease in teaching time. Unless the collective bargaining agreement is opened before it expires after the 2020 season, none of that will change. And the complaints