Brian Hernandez

#80WR,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 183
Born:
College: Utah
Birth Place: Phoenix, Arizona
Draft: Undrafted
  • Riddick refutes report he will interview for Chiefs GM job
    Yardbarker

    Riddick refutes report he will interview for Chiefs GM job

    On the surface, it seemed like a very logical move, as Riddick’s name surfaced a few times this offseason while teams looked to fill front office positions. A former NFL safety who became a scout and front office executive for the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins, he’s highly respected for his ability to evaluate talent. However, not long after the report, Riddick refuted it.

  • The Fatal Flaw For Each NFC East Team That Could Crush Their 2017 Season
    Blogging The Boys

    The Fatal Flaw For Each NFC East Team That Could Crush Their 2017 Season

    The NFC East hasn’t had a repeat champion since the 2004 Eagles won their fourth consecutive division title. This is not the AFC East where the Patriots have won the division in all but two seasons since 2001. The NFC East is filled with teams that have legitimate heat with each other and love nothing more than getting over on the other. NFC East teams, just like all teams, don’t come without their warts. So, what are the potential fatal flaws of the teams in the NFC East? Fatal Flaw: The Front Office Don’t let a potentially solid draft class fool you here, Washington’s front office is a mess. It’s a shame too because they were actually on the upward swing under Scot McCloughan. Regardless of

  • Pro Football Focus projects 8-8 record for Giants in 2017
    Giants Wire

    Pro Football Focus projects 8-8 record for Giants in 2017

    The New York Giants finished the 2016 regular season with an 11-5 record and two key wins over the NFC East Champion Dallas Cowboys. But despite that and several key additions this offseason, Pro Football Focus projects a rather dramatic fall from grace. In their most recent 2017 projections, PFF has the Giants finishing 11th overall in the NFC with a record of just 8-8. 11. New York Giants (8-8) The Giants were a playoff team in 2016, but similar to the Buccaneers might have difficulty replicating their success because they have a few star players but not as much depth as other teams. Their big offseason move of adding Brandon Marshall should help as he’s helped the other offenses he’s been