Nate Menkin

#65T,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 300
Born:
College: Mary Hardin-Baylor
Birth Place: Lago Vista, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • Here are the players on the spot for all 32 NFL teams when the 2017 season begins
    CBS Sports2 minutes ago

    Here are the players on the spot for all 32 NFL teams when the 2017 season begins

    Every NFL team has a player who will be on the spot, the focus of fans, media members and their own coaches and teammates. How that player responds will go a long way to deciding whether a team can make major improvements, maybe even win it all. Some other players are in the spotlight for different reasons, maybe coming off an injury, or a rookie with baggage that has traveled with him. So here's a player on the spot for each of the league's 32 teams, many with varying reasons. Not surprisingly, many are quarterbacks. Arizona Cardinals Quarterback Carson Palmer There is this wrong perception that Palmer wasn't good in 2016. He started slowly, but Palmer played well in the second half of the season.

  • Ravens Wire2 hours ago

    Twitter users bash Joe Flacco for throwing child receiver into a big hit

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco played a game of catch with some children at Hazelwood Elementary/Middle School while presenting an award in M&T Bank’s Touchdowns for Teachers program. With some new footage, Twitter users are bashing Flacco for letting his receiver hang out to dry over the middle. Take a look at the video and watch the child have to backtrack to make the catch and then get walloped in the middle of the field. Users on Twitter saw it as a golden opportunity to make fun of Flacco and they weren’t all that kind about it. Of course, these jokes should all be in good fun. It was a quick game at a school with kids. I doubt Flacco was going all in on the kids and running it

  • Ravens need more from WR Chris Moore if they wish to succeed
    Ravens Wire3 hours ago

    Ravens need more from WR Chris Moore if they wish to succeed

    The Baltimore Ravens pretty much stashed wide receiver Chris Moore on the offense last season as a fourth-round rookie coming out of the 2016 NFL draft. In 2017, Baltimore is going to need Moore to make noise on offense. With Breshad Perriman and Mike Wallace entering the 2017 season as starters at the position, Moore has an opportunity to work as the third receiver and compete for playing time. His main competition will likely be the often-injured Michael Campanaro, perhaps a positive outlook for Moore. In 15 games last season, Moore totaled seven receptions for 46 yards. On special teams however, he made some noise returning two blocked punts for a touchdown. But those flashes were something