Juan Nunez

#83WR,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 183
Born:
College: Western Michigan
Birth Place: Miami, Florida
Draft: Undrafted
  • John Wall is a very rich(er) man today
    A Sea Of Blue

    John Wall is a very rich(er) man today

    Tweet(s) of the Day: Congratulations to John Wall on his new deal and continuing to stick with his original NBA team, something that’s become rare in today’s NBA. Your Quickies John Wall Agrees to 4-Year, $170 Million Contract Extension with Wizards | Bleacher Report John Wall reaffirmed his commitment to the Washington Wizards , agreeing to terms on a four-year contract extension worth $170 million on Friday. Wall's presence ensures the Wizards can continue battling for a top-four seed in the Eastern Conference for the foreseeable future. And given the landscape of the conference, they have a far better outlook compared to many of their rivals. Killeya-Jones selected to attend Great Britain

  • Browns roster isn't the worst in the NFL according to USA Today
    Browns Wire

    Browns roster isn't the worst in the NFL according to USA Today

    After being the worst team in 2016, the Browns added to their roster through the draft and it already has shown improvement on paper. USA Today writer Nate Davis agreed and ranked the Browns roster No. 30 in the league just ahead of the New York Jets and the San Francisco 49ers. Davis had this to say about the Browns roster, “They were fortunate to avoid a 0-16 record last season. That shouldn’t be a concern any longer as the core talent continues to improve —especially on the offensive line, where LT Joe Thomas will now be working with some quality veteran help.” The Browns roster has definitely improved with the additions of quarterbacks Brock Osweiler and DeShone Kizer along with three first

  • Browns rate disappointing No. 26 in fan base and brand ranking
    Browns Wire

    Browns rate disappointing No. 26 in fan base and brand ranking

    Browns Backers unite! A recent study throws some major shade at one of the most active and widespread fan communities in professional sports. The NFL fan base and brand rankings of 2017, conducted by Michael Lewis with the Sports Analytics department at Emory University, ranks the Cleveland Browns No. 26 in the NFL fan study. Lewis lays out his three criteria behind the rankings, Fan Equity focuses on home box office revenues (support via opening the wallet) and Social Media Equity focuses on fan willingness to engage as part of a team’s community (support exhibited by joining social media communities).  This year I am adding a third measure Road Equity.  Road Equity focuses on how teams draw