Tony Bergstrom

#67C,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 310
Born:
College: Utah
Birth Place: Salt Lake City, Utah
Draft: 2012 3rd round (32nd pick) by the
  • Humble Arizona RB on top of list of future merchandise sales
    USA Today4 hours ago

    Humble Arizona RB on top of list of future merchandise sales

    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — When young people are buying football jerseys, they often pick one with the name of a flamboyant, sometimes brash player. Usually, though, they look to wear the name of someone who is tearing through the NFL on the field. And maybe a mix of talent, class and integrity sells because David Johnson tops the National Football Players Association list of "Rising 50" players poised to break out as top sellers of merchandise this coming season. Johnson's on-field achievements are already impressive as he prepares for his third NFL season. As devastating a receiver as he is a runner, Johnson led the league in yards from scrimmage with 2,118 yards — 1,239 rushing and 879 receiving.

  • Eight NFL teams under most pressure to win now
    Yardbarker

    Eight NFL teams under most pressure to win now

    It could be the end of the road for Marvin Lewis in Cincinnati if the team cannot get over its playoff slump. David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports There is absolutely no argument that the goal for all 32 NFL franchises each season is to win as many games possible. Achieving postseason status and an opportunity to play in the Super Bowl is the ultimate reward. Winning more than losing also saves face around the league. For some teams not quite Super Bowl-bound, more victories are a must to secure coaching jobs and keep loyal fans from bolting (slight pun intended).  Becoming a team that wins on a more consistent basis will certainly help a new Los Angeles-based franchise repair its broken fan base. In

  • NFL Changes overtime rules
    Revenge of the Birds

    NFL Changes overtime rules

    The worst game for the Arizona Cardinals was easily the tie with the Seattle Seahawks. It was such an abysmal feeling to have thoroughly outplayed your opponent for 60+ minutes, but fall short because of an abundance of issues. The 15 minute overtime period was even worse, watching the Cardinals move down the field to kick a go ahead field goal, before Seattle got the ball back to tie the game with a field goal. Then both Chandler Catanzaro and Steven Hauschka missed game winning kicks and we were left with that ugly 6-6 score. Those fifteen minutes were among the worst in my time as a Cardinals fan. Now, with the NFL owners approval, that overtime period would have only taken 10 minutes, as