Ryan Lindley

#3QB,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 232
Born:
College: San Diego State
Birth Place: San Diego, California
Draft: 2012 6th round (15th pick) by the
  • ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports2 hours ago

    Colts may hit more in camp, despite being “scared to death” of injuries

    After seeing his team miss too many tackles last season, Colts coach Chuck Pagano says he may work more on tackling in camp. Pagano said he’s still as concerned as ever about keeping players healthy for the regular season, but he also thinks there’s limited time to work on tackling, and training camp is the right time for it. “You’re always scared to death, but at the same time if you don’t tackle, it’s hard to get good at tackling,” Pagano said, via ESPN.

  • Arrowheadlines: Chiefs news 6/23
    Arrowhead Pride

    Arrowheadlines: Chiefs news 6/23

    “My hunch, guys, is I think it was money,” Terez said. “This is the time of year they’re negotiating. Notice how Big Red gets his extension. And then John Dorsey wants his extension and decides it’s not gonna work out. What if they decided they were just so far apart on the money there was no bridging the gap? Maybe that’s possible. Dorsey played his last NFL season in 1989 and joined the Green Bay Packers in 1991 as a scout. McKenzie joined the Packers in 1994 as a Pro Personnel assistant By 1997 Dorsey had worked his way up to Packers Director of College scouting. That same year McKenzie became Director of Pro Personnel. McKenzie would later move to Director of Football Operations while Dorsey

  • Ranking the toughest divisions in the NFL
    Yardbarker

    Ranking the toughest divisions in the NFL

    Kirk Cousins and Eli Manning will do battle in one of the NFL's toughest divisions. Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports An ongoing debate among NFL fans is which division has the best rivalries and the toughest schedule. And while the latter half of the argument changes on a year-to-year basis, it’s still a fun and often intense debate. The 2016 regular season brought about a few surprises that changed the divisional power dynamic, and 2017 will likely bring about more. But for the time being — at least in this writer’s opinion — the pecking order has been established. Similar to an NFL game, where the margin of victory tends to be razor thin, the line between the best division and the worst division