Paul Madsen

#79G,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 310
Born:
College: Colorado State
Birth Place: Walnut Creek, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • Redskins Playbook: With offseason over, what mattered most?
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    Redskins Playbook: With offseason over, what mattered most?

    RICHMOND—The Redskins reportedly have been looking to trade running back Matt Jones since just before the draft. They may be able to find a partner just up I-95. The Baltimore Ravens are in need of a running back after Kenneth Dixon suffered a season-ending knee injury earlier this week. Terrance West, who gained 774 yards on the ground last year, is healthy and returning but the Ravens want more depth at the position. That is where Jones could come into play. The 2015 third-round pick of the Redskins was the unquestioned starter going into last season. But fumbling and other issues prompted Jay Gruden to make him inactive the last nine games of the season. Jones further fell out of favor by

  • 538: "Ravens acquisition Jeremy Maclin will reshape the AFC"
    Baltimore Beatdown3 hours ago

    538: "Ravens acquisition Jeremy Maclin will reshape the AFC"

    Fivethirtyeight is an ESPN spinoff that focuses on analytical analysis. They recently published a piece entitled “Four Offseason Moves That Will Reshape the AFC,” which identifies one player per division who has the potential to alter the balance of power in the conference. Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jeremy Maclin was their selection in the AFC North: The numbers that stand out are Joe Flacco’s declining average yards per completion. It appears that Gary Kubiak’s hybrid West Coast scheme was not an ideal fit for the strong armed quarterback’s skillset once the coaching guru stopped calling the Ravens plays. A return to Cam Cameron’s preferred gameplan of smash mouth running combined with

  • Minnesota Vikings Single-Game Tickets Go On Sale Thursday
    Daily Norseman

    Minnesota Vikings Single-Game Tickets Go On Sale Thursday

    If you’re not a season ticket holder and you’re looking for an opportunity to watch the Minnesota Vikings this season, you’re going to get your opportunity here soon. However, you’d better be pretty quick on the virtual draw, or you’re going to be out of luck. The team has announced that single-game tickets will be going on sale on Thursday, 26 July, starting at 10:00 AM Central time. The tickets will only be available online at Ticketmaster. There will be no sales at the U.S. Bank Stadium box office, nor will any local Ticketmaster outlets be selling the tickets. It sounds like the number of single-game tickets is pretty limited, so once again you’re going to have to be pretty fast in order