Cornell Banks

#96DT,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 310
Born:
College: Fresno State
Birth Place: Fresno, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • Chip Kelly returns to college football -- as analyst
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    Chip Kelly returns to college football -- as analyst

    Chip Kelly is back in college football. The former Oregon coach, who served as 49ers head coach last season, signed a multiyear deal as an ESPN analyst, the network announced Friday morning. He will work predominantly on pre-games, halftimes and in studio wraps each Saturday on ESPN2. “Over the last 30 years, I have experienced football from one perspective – as a coach,” Kelly said in a statement. “Working in television will allow me to see the game from a different angle; simultaneously, I‘ll provide viewers an insight to the mindset of a coach and team while offering alternative views of various situations. “Once I decided to make the move to TV, my familiarity with ESPN, combined with their

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    Roger Goodell to speak at Rams event, tickets start at $550

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will join broadcaster Al Michaels to speak at the annual Los Angeles Rams All-Access event at the Coliseum in June. This gives fans an opportunity to take photos with and chat up current and former members of the Rams. It’s also going to cost a pretty penny. According to the Los Angeles Times, single tickets for the event cost $550.00. A table of 10 is going for a hefty $5,000. We’re not entirely too sure whether St. Louis Rams fans will show up, but the odds of many of them actually paying cash to hear Goodell and Co. speak are remote. Along with Rams owner Stan Kroenke, Goodell was one of the driving forces behind the team’s decision to relocate from St. Louis

  • 2018 NFL Mock Draft: Rams Double Dip On Offense
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    2018 NFL Mock Draft: Rams Double Dip On Offense

    Walter Football has updated their two-round mock for the 2018 NFL Draft out this week. While I generally don’t put a ton of their content on TST since, yanno, they go with more of a quantity over quality approach, it’s a weekend in late May. Desperate times call for desperate measures. For quite some time, they’ve had the same pick for the Los Angeles Rams...the first overall pick in the draft: Taking a quarterback is a realistic scenario, despite all that the Rams have surrendered for Jared Goof. If they're bad enough to be selecting No. 1 overall in the 2018 NFL Draft, they'll surely be ready to move on to another quarterback. Sam Darnold has taken the Pac-12 by storm, as he's been incredible