Kyle Adams

Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 255
College: Purdue
Birth Place: Austin, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • Ryan Fitzpatrick had the nerdiest offseason job in the NFL
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    Ryan Fitzpatrick had the nerdiest offseason job in the NFL

    New Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Ryan Fitzpatrick went to Harvard. You knew that, right? Of course you did! Here’s something you may not have known, that is perhaps connected to his Crimson connection: He’s a Rubik’s Cube enthusiast. And it turns out while he was waiting for his next NFL job, he had another vocation: He taught a Rubik’s Cube class. He told his former teammate Willie Colon about it in an SNY interview earlier this month around the 40-second mark: Here’s Fitzpatrick and his son having a race to solve the classic toy: And here’s an interview with Fitzpatrick about his love of the Cube. It turns out he took another offseason to learn how to do it, and adds that it became “a little bit

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    Mitchell Trubisky shouldn’t play a single down for the Chicago Bears in 2017

    The Chicago Bears caused quite a stir in the 2017 NFL Draft when they traded up one spot to draft Mitchell Trubisky. The move has put general manager Ryan Pace on thin ice with many of the fans and has resulted in the media blasting the organization. Going into the draft, quarterback was an area of need for the Bears. The signed Mike Glennon to a three year deal, and also brought in veteran Mark Sanchez, but neither of those players are the long term answer for the position, rather a stopgap. Fans and members of the media both expected the Bears come out of the draft with a new quarterback, but not with their first pick. Trubisky is a great prospect, he checks every single box. Great arm? Check.

  • Bucs QB coach Mike Bajakian weighs in on Jameis Winston's progress
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    Bucs QB coach Mike Bajakian weighs in on Jameis Winston's progress

    It’s certainly evident that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have made all the necessary moves this offseason to ensure that they have a successful 2017 campaign. The Bucs added DeSean Jackson, O.J. Howard, Chris Godwin as well as several other start-studded playmakers to aid Jameis Winston and the Bucs’ passing game this offseason, and thanks to the franchise’s recent transactions and all the hard work Winston has put in the past few months, the Bucs’ offense is set to be one of the most lethal offenses in the league. During this week’s press conference at One Buc Place, quarterbacks coach Mike Bajakian took a few moments to discuss Winston’s progress as well as the steps he has taken to improve his game.