Mike Ryan

#63G,
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 325
Born:
College: Connecticut
Birth Place: Tamaqua, Pennsylvania
Draft: Undrafted
  • Rams preview: Jared Goff looks for fresh start under Sean McVay
    USA Today

    Rams preview: Jared Goff looks for fresh start under Sean McVay

    1. The McVay era begins Sean McVay, the 31-year-old former offensive coordinator of the Washington Redskins, was a surprising hire, but perhaps it is fitting that one of the league’s youngest rosters also would have the youngest head coach in league history. He is tasked with changing the culture of a team that hasn’t been to the playoffs since 2004 and hasn’t had a winning record since 2003. To turn things around, McVay will need to bring fresh energy and ideas and earn the respect of his players, all while balancing the important job of calling offensive plays. 2. Goff is in control in Year 2 There will be no quarterback competition this year. The Rams will start Jared Goff, the No. 1 overall

  • Bengals Bytes: Going bold
    Cincy Jungle

    Bengals Bytes: Going bold

    Bengals Bytes Podcast: Anthony Munoz talks foundation, Bengals | Lance McAlister | ESPN 1530 Anthony Munoz joined ESPN 1530 to talk about his foundation, the 16th annual Munoz Foundation Football Academy, the departure of Andrew Whitworth, Cedric Ogbuehi and Jake Fisher, the Bengals' offensive weapons, being at Browns OTAs and more. Nick Vigil, Kevin Minter part of new look at linebacker for Bengals Nick Vigil sat in his locker, pitched forward, hands folded and his arms on his knees. His black hair was matted down to his scalp. Kevin Minter was massaging the balls of his feet. Both sported weary smiles. 3 bold predictions for Bengals' 2017 season Bengals training camp hasn't started and players

  • According to Pro Football Focus, Miami Dolphins cornerback Byron Maxwell allowed fewest receiving yards among AFC East corners
    Dolphins Wire

    According to Pro Football Focus, Miami Dolphins cornerback Byron Maxwell allowed fewest receiving yards among AFC East corners

    In 2016, the Miami Dolphins acquired Byron Maxwell along with linebacker Kiko Alonso and the No. 13 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft (which turned into tackle Laremy Tunsil) from the Philadelphia Eagles for Miami’s No. 8 selection (in which the Eagles used to move up to No.2 to select quarterback Carson Wentz). But after the Dolphins first three games (1-2), the honeymoon was quickly over for Maxwell. Before their Week 4 game against the Cincinnati Bengals, Maxwell was benched by Dolphins head coach Adam Gase. It took a knee injury to rookie Xavien Howard for Maxwell to be reinserted back into the started lineup. It was then, Maxwell’s play began to improved. According to Pro Football Focus, Maxwell