Jonas Gray

#34RB,
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 225
Born:
College: Notre Dame
Birth Place: Pontiac, Michigan
Draft: Undrafted
  • Dolphins tight end Julius Thomas looking for revival in Miami
    Dolphins Wire

    Dolphins tight end Julius Thomas looking for revival in Miami

    As a Denver Bronco, Julius Thomas was considered one of the better tight ends in the NFL. But in March after two less than impressive seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the team traded Thomas to the Miami Dolphins for just a seventh-round draft pick. Miami head coach Adam Gase was the Broncos offensive coordinator when Thomas had some of his best seasons. That is why Thomas is confident he can excel in the Dolphins offense. “Our offense is always going to have the same standard and that’s to go score points,” Thomas said. “If we’re coming out here to do anything else, we’re not doing our service to the team. How many points we score a game, how many yards, that’ll be determined; but it’s

  • History says trading up for a first-round quarterback is generally a terrible idea
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    History says trading up for a first-round quarterback is generally a terrible idea

    Almost every year, teams desperate for quarterbacks talk themselves into trading up in the draft to get the guy they're suddenly convinced can right a listless franchise. It almost never (ever, ever) works, and teams that find themselves picking early in one draft after the next seem slow to learn from history. There are exceptions of organizations coming off down seasons, moving up to take a quarterback, and suddenly winning football games. But more often than not, trading up is a fool's errand.  Last month, three teams in three very different predicaments took the plunge. The 3-13 Chicago Bears have redefined hopeless; for them, Mitchell Trubisky feels like their "any port in the storm" quarterback.

  • Jacksonville Jaguars' Paul Posluszny and Myles Jack helping each other at new positions
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    Jacksonville Jaguars' Paul Posluszny and Myles Jack helping each other at new positions

    JACKSONVILLE -- Paul Posluszny is helping Myles Jack learn a new position. Myles Jack is helping Paul Posluszny learn a new position. And the Jacksonville Jaguars are hoping that will pay dividends in making the Jaguars' 2017 defense stronger than it was a year ago. Posluszny has been the Jaguars' starting middle linebacker for the last six years. He's been a good one, leading the team in tackles five times, all but the 2014 season when a torn pectoral muscle sent him to injured reserve after just five games that season. Jack is the second-year player from UCLA who the Jaguars snared in the second round of the 2015 draft, trading up several spots on the second day to assure themselves of selecting