Cris Hill

#39CB,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 178
Born:
College: Virginia Tech
Birth Place: Richmond, Virginia
Draft: Undrafted
  • Sean McDermott: You can't 'be a one-sided head coach and be effective'
    CBS Sports

    Sean McDermott: You can't 'be a one-sided head coach and be effective'

    In the NFL, it's fairly well accepted that certain coaches are good at certain things. Bruce Arians and Sean Payton are offensive gurus, whereas Rex Ryan and Pete Carroll excel with defense. Much of this is due to coaching background, and it's partially due to the tendency to categorize everything NFL. New Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott, however, doesn't think that these classifications do coaches justice. Speaking to the Buffalo News, McDermott talked about how he wants to be well-rounded. McDermott comes from a background as a defensive coordinator, most recently with the Panthers. "You can't just be a one-sided head coach and be effective," he said. McDermott comes from the Andy Reid coaching

  • USA Today

    Chiefs sign QB Patrick Mahomes to 4-year rookie contract

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Chiefs have signed quarterback Patrick Mahomes to a four-year rookie contract. Kansas City traded its first- and third-round picks this year and its first-round pick next year to the Buffalo Bills to grab the Texas Tech quarterback with the 10th overall selection. It was the first time Kansas City had taken a quarterback in the first round since Todd Blackledge in 1983. The Chiefs sent the No. 27 and No. 91 overall picks in this year's draft to Buffalo in order to acquire a successor to Alex Smith. The veteran starter has two years remaining on his contract, though Smith becomes inexpensive to release after next season. More AP NFL: http://pro32.ap.org and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL

  • 2017 NFL Preview: AFC East
    Baltimore Beatdown

    2017 NFL Preview: AFC East

    New England absolutely owns the AFC East, winning the division in 13 of the 14 previous seasons. The Patriots won 14 regular season games last year in route to another Super Bowl championship. Miami also earned a wildcard bid with 10 victories during head coach Adam Gase’s first season. This is a straightforward division to forecast, as New England is the clear-cut Super Bowl favorite while the Jets are the longest of long shots. Cross conference pairings with the capable NFC South and intra conference matchups against the AFC West should preclude the AFC East from producing a wildcard team in 2017. Final division standings predictions: 1. New England Patriots Head coach Bill Belichick, offensive