Richard Kent

#1P,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 199
Born:
College: Vanderbilt
Birth Place: Marietta, Georgia
Draft: Undrafted
  • NFL miffed about L.A. stadium delay, some owners not buying El Nino story
    CBS Sports

    NFL miffed about L.A. stadium delay, some owners not buying El Nino story

    There was plenty of chatter at the recently completed NFL owners meetings in Chicago, as expected, about the announcement from late last week that the Rams' and Chargers' new stadium in Inglewood, California, would be delayed by a year and unable to open for the 2019 season, as expected. Sources told me the NFL was a bit miffed about this, especially given how much work was done behind the scenes to help get these franchises to Los Angeles and then bestowing them with a Super Bowl on top of that. The Rams informed the league and the other owners at the meeting that they are currently seven-and-a-half weeks behind schedule on the stadium and blamed the unusually rainy weather in Southern California for the delays.

  • Barnwell's AFC West report cards: Chiefs' all-in offseason
    ESPN.com

    Barnwell's AFC West report cards: Chiefs' all-in offseason

    Bill Barnwell ESPN Staff Writer Bill Barnwell is a staff writer for ESPN.com. Follow on Twitter It's time to reflect on the 2017 offseason. There are a few stray veterans left in the free-agent pool, and teams could still execute something unexpected if injuries arise, but organizations have mostly closed their checkbooks and built the rosters they will take onto the field in September. Of course, we can know only so much right now. This time last year, there was no way anybody knew that the Cowboys had drafted a franchise quarterback. Kyle Shanahan was lucky to survive the offseason in Atlanta as an offensive coordinator, let alone be considering head-coaching roles. At the same time, we can

  • Las Vegas Super Bowl may be a while off, but not for reason you might think
    USA Today

    Las Vegas Super Bowl may be a while off, but not for reason you might think

    With a lease now signed, sealed and approved by NFL cohorts for his team to ultimately take up residency at a new stadium in Las Vegas, Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis wasted no time pondering another potential layer of the equation: A Sin City Super Bowl. Davis said during the NFL spring meetings this week that he fully expects to bid on either or both of the next two available Super Bowls — in 2023 and 2024 — for the $1.9 billion stadium to be constructed in Vegas. Given his future home's reputation, someone asked Davis to project the odds of getting either Super Bowl. Another matter of business conducted at the one-day league meeting could provide owners with reason for pause when it comes to awarding Super Bowls for stadiums that have yet to be completed.