Brandon Kaufman

#17WR,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 215
Born:
College: Eastern Washington
Birth Place: Denver, Colorado
Draft: Undrafted
  • 10 NFL players with most to prove in training camp
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    10 NFL players with most to prove in training camp

    Before long, all 32 NFL teams will officially be reporting to training camp in preparation for the 2017 regular season. It will be the beginning of a quest for Super Bowl LII, and everyone should legitimately feel like they have a chance. That extends to the players — both rookies and veterans — who will be trying to earn a job or secure a starting position. It’s easy to point out highly-drafted rookies or fringe players who need to perform well in training camp, but what about players of prominence? Whether they’re coming off injury, switching positions, or just looking to rebound from a poor 2016 season, here are 10 players with the most to prove in training camp. 10. Sammy Watkins, WR, Buffalo

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    NFL’s 10 best kept secrets heading into 2017 season

    The NFL is a league of stars. Tom Brady leading his New England Patriots to the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history. Ezekiel Elliott absolutely dominating the landscape of the league as a rookie. Julio Jones putting up monstrous receiving numbers. These are among the very best. They have star power. They have the numbers. Though, there are a ton of players around the league who have to be considered best kept secrets. From a certain running back in Baltimore that changes the entire dynamic on offense to a young linebacker in Atlanta who dominated last season, here are the NFL’s 10 best kept secrets heading into the 2017 season. Danny Woodhead, running back, Baltimore Ravens One of the primary

  • Two Eagles preseason games will be nationally televised
    Bleeding Green Nation

    Two Eagles preseason games will be nationally televised

    Two of the Philadelphia Eagles’ four 2017 preseason games will be aired on national television this summer, according to an announcement from the league. The following two games will be available live on NFL Network. 1) The Eagles’ third preseason game against the Miami Dolphins on Thursday, August 24 at 7:00 PM ET. 2) The Eagles’ fourth preseason game against the New York Jets on Thursday, August 31 at 7:00 PM ET. Meaningless football isn’t all that exciting (unless you’re a weirdo like me) but this is still good news for out-of-towners who otherwise wouldn’t be able to watch the Eagles’ local preseason broadcast. It’s especially nice the third preseason game will be aired because that’s always