Johnny Adams

Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 177
College: Michigan State
Birth Place: Akron, Ohio
Draft: Undrafted
  • Colts Punter Gets Blindsided By Cowboys Rookie On Brutal Cheap Shot
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    Colts Punter Gets Blindsided By Cowboys Rookie On Brutal Cheap Shot

    Players on the roster bubble need to make good impressions during the NFL preseason. Dallas Cowboys rookie wideout Noah Brown apparently didn’t get that memo, though. During the third quarter of Saturday’s preseason tilt between the Cowboys and Indianapolis Colts, Brown inexplicably cheap-shotted Colts punter Rigoberto Sanchez. Check out the boneheaded play in the video below: Seriously? On the punter? This isn’t a good look for Brown, a seventh-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. But it might’ve been a learning experience for Sanchez, who’s battling for the opportunity to replace the recently retired Pat McAfee as the Colts punter. But if this type of punishment is part of the job, we’d be surprised

  • Ravens sign Jeremy Zuttah
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    Ravens sign Jeremy Zuttah

    Center Jeremy Zuttah is back in Baltimore. The Ravens traded Zuttah to the 49ers earlier this year, but Zuttah was cut by the 49ers a little more than a week ago and speculation quickly started about a return to Baltimore. Zuttah, who went to the Pro Bowl last year, visited the Colts as well, but the Ravens announced on Friday that he’s back with the club. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports it is a two-year deal worth $4 million with another $2 million available based on playing time. Wide receiver Kenny Bell was waived/injured in a corresponding move. Zuttah’s arrival gives the Ravens a player familiar with their offense at a moment when they need help on the offensive line. Projected left guard

  • AFC South Preview: Are we right to hype the Titans?

    AFC South Preview: Are we right to hype the Titans?

    Over the next few weeks as part of our NFL preview series, we’ll be taking a good look at each division in the league. We started with the AFC East, then moved on to the AFC North. Now? Here’s a look at the AFC South. The AFC South has been one of the weaker divisions in football this decade. The Texans have taken the division title each of the past two seasons despite going only 9-7 each time. In fact, Houston and Indianapolis are the only teams to win it in the past eight seasons. Now they’ve both been very successful in the first round of the playoffs, but only the 2014 Colts reached the AFC title game. The AFC South has also had just seven wild card qualifiers since 2002. None of them have