Frankie Hammond Jr.

#14WR,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 184
Born:
College: Florida
Birth Place: Hollywood, Florida
Draft: Undrafted
  • Vistazo de la NFL

    G P E Pct PF PCNueva Inglaterra 4 2 0 .667 172 159Buffalo 3 2 0 .600 89 74Miami 3 2 0 .600 61 84N.Y. Jets 3 3 0 .500 109 130G P E Pct PF PCTenesí 3 3 0 .500 146 164Jacksonville

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  • Berry's rant on controversial Jets TD reversal

    Matthew Berry goes on an epic rant about Austin Seferian-Jenkins' touchdown that was called back.

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  • Bill Belichick: “Incomprehensible” to think team would start season in peak form

    The Patriots improved to 4-2 with a 24-17 win over the Jets on Sunday that featured some good work on both sides of the ball without being quite as overwhelming as many people thought the Patriots would be this season. Patriots coach Bill Belichick was not one of the people making that claim and he gave a pretty good answer about why no one should have expected the Patriots to be at their peak from the first week of the season. During his Monday conference call, Belichick was asked about balancing adjustments with the scheme that was installed before the season. In a 789-word answer, Belichick veered into a discussion about how much better a team is by the end of the season because they have more practice time and a greater sense of what works for them that touched on criticisms of where his team is at this point in the year.

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  • Roger Goodell: Didn't ask players, owners to change national anthem policy

    NEW YORK -- After meeting with owners and players Tuesday concerning social issues, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said the league did not ask for any changes to the policy on the national anthem. "We did not ask for it," Goodell said. "We spent today talking about the issues players are trying to bring attention to. Issues in our communities, to make our communities better." That policy states that the players "should" stand for the anthem, and some have suggested the league would seek to change that to "must" stand. Goodell said in a memo to teams last week that the NFL prefers for players to stand during "The Star-Spangled Banner." The commissioner on Tuesday called the discussion with the

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  • Waiver Wire Week 7: Top Fantasy Football Free Agent Pickups At Every Position

    The 2017 fantasy football season has been riddled with devastating injuries to superstar players and Week 6 brought more of the same. Aaron Rodgers, almost always amongst the top point producers at the quarterback position, was the latest big name to go down—likely for the rest of the campaign—after he suffered a broken collarbone on his throwing shoulder. His fantasy owners will now be lining up to make a claim on the waiver wire, hoping to find a replacement to stick in the starting lineup in time for their Week 7 matchup. If you were one of the unfortunate fantasy owners that drafted Rodgers this year—or Leonard Fournette (knee), Jameis Winston (shoulder), Emmanuel Sanders (leg), Tyreek Hill

    Forbes
  • TheWolfpacker.com

    Quarterback Jacoby Brissett (2014-15), Indianapolis Colts: The Colts play at the Tennessee Titans at 8:30 p.m. on Monday Night Football. He has connected on 77 of 127 throws for 997 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions, and has rushed 22 times for 83 yards and three scores for the 2-3 Colts. Cornerback Juston Burris (2012-15), New York Jets: Came off the bench in his return from injury, but didn’t record any statistics in a 24-17 home loss to the New England Patriots. He has eight tackles, an interception and one pass defended for the 3-3 Jets. Running back Matthew Dayes (2013-16), Cleveland Browns: The rookie seventh-rounder played in the Browns’ 33-17 road loss at the Houston Texans,

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  • Monday morning one-liners

    The Bills didn’t play on Sunday, but they lost their share of first place. A win put a happy ending on a trying week for the Dolphins. The Patriots beat the Jets, but their defense still has work to do. Jets rookie S Jamal Adams had a hard time covering Rob Gronkowski. The Ravens’ run defense sprung a leak on Sunday. A look at how Bengals offensive coordinator Bill Lazor has helped QB Andy Dalton. The Browns lost again, but rookie DE Myles Garrett had his third sack in two games. Steelers LB James Harrison picked the right time for his first big play of 2017. CB Johnathan Joseph helped propel the Texans to a win. Colts QB Jacoby Brissett has earned respect with his play this season. The Jaguars

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  • Cleveland Browns' quarterback situation up in the air again

    BEREA, Ohio -- Just like last Monday, Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson is beginning another week unsure which quarterback he will start against the Tennessee Titans next Sunday. Jackson chose to bench DeShone Kizer after Kizer turned the ball over twice in the red zone in the loss to the New York Jets two weeks ago, but the experiment failed when Kevin Hogan threw three interceptions, one for a pick-six, in an embarrassing 33-17 loss to the Texans in Houston this past weekend. "I'll make that (decision) by Wednesday," Jackson said on Monday. "I'm in the midst of it right now. Getting closer, but we'll know for sure on Wednesday." Jackson is in a desperate situation with limited options.

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  • TheWolverine.com

    • Richard Ash (Played at U-M from 2010-13), DT, Dallas Cowboys: On the 2-3 Cowboys’ practice squad after getting cut before week one. • Ben Braden (2013-16), OG, New York Jets: Made New York’s practice squad as an undrafted free agent. • Tom Brady (1996-99), QB, New England Patriots: Completed 20 of 38 passes for 257 yards with two touchdowns and an interception … Has connected on 153 of 233 attempts fro 1,959 yards with 13 touchdowns and two picks for the 4-2 Patriots … Leads the NFL in passing yardage, is tied for second in touchdowns and ranks second in passer rating (106.9). • Alan Branch (2004-06), DT, New England Patriots: Notched one tackle in a 24-17 win over the New York Jets … Has played

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