Eric Stevens

Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 244
College: California
Birth Place: San Pedro, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • ABC News

    Los Angeles shifts to Super Bowl LVI in 2022 after construction delays

    NFL owners voted unanimously Tuesday to move the Super Bowl in Los Angeles back a year -- from 2021 to 2022 -- and reward Tampa with the Super Bowl in 2021. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Los Angeles Rams now have 90 days -- until Aug. 25 -- to prove their respective facilities are on track to host the Super Bowl. The Buccaneers' Raymond James Stadium will now host Super Bowl LV, which was originally scheduled to be played at the $2.6 billion facility in Inglewood, California, that will be shared by the Rams and Chargers.? The Inglewood site, the brainchild of Rams owner Stan Kroenke, is now scheduled to host Super Bowl LVI. The decision came down during Tuesday's owners meetings in Chicago, which

  • Lions preview: Matthew Stafford seeks payday, playoff breakthrough
    USA Today

    Lions preview: Matthew Stafford seeks payday, playoff breakthrough

    1. Matthew Stafford could soon be the NFL’s highest-paid QB There have been preliminary talks on an extension, but no significant progress yet – which isn’t really surprising. So it remains possible Stafford, 29, plays out the remaining year on his contract for $16.5 million before anything gets done. He was playing some of his best football until a finger injury on his throwing hand hampered him during the team’s late-season slide in 2016. With the salary cap continuing to rise, Stafford has a case to surpass the Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck’s record $24.594 million average and three-year cash flow of $75 million. And unlike the Oakland Raiders’ Derek Carr or other young QBs coming

  • WATCH: Chargers' Melvin Gordon strike a pose for L.A. billboard
    Chargers Wire

    WATCH: Chargers' Melvin Gordon strike a pose for L.A. billboard

    Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon appeared ready to dive into action Tuesday during a photo shoot for an upcoming Bolts billboard. Later that day, the team’s official Twitter account tweeted this video of Gordon diving in slow motion in what should end up being a makeshift end zone with the assistance of technology. It will be interesting to see if the Los Angeles Rams decide to put up a similar billboard near where the Chargers will place theirs. After all, the two teams are fighting for rapidly shrinking and highly finicky fanbase. Gordon improved in a big way for the Chargers in 2016, rushing for 997 yards and 10 touchdowns after struggling in his rookie campaign. The Rams have