Mike Evans

#13WR,
Yds
1321
Y/G
82.6
TD
12
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 231
Born:
College: Texas A&M
Birth Place: Galveston, Texas
Draft: 2014 1st round (7th pick) by the
  • The QB is a 'Cuber': Ryan Fitzpatrick offers Rubik's Cube class for kids
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    The QB is a 'Cuber': Ryan Fitzpatrick offers Rubik's Cube class for kids

    Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Buccaneers since 2009 Joined ESPN in 2016 Follow on Twitter TAMPA, Fla. -- Ryan Fitzpatrick isn't just helping the Tampa Bay Buccaneers solve their backup quarterback dilemma -- he's helping kids learn to solve Rubik's Cube too. This offseason, he's been teaching an after-school class on how to solve the 3-D puzzles, which gained widespread popularity in the 1980s. He has 10 students, all in second or third grade. He flew back to New Jersey after Thursday's OTA practice to teach the final class. "I limit it to 10 because teaching 10 kids how to do the Rubik's Cube at one time is difficult, but my second-grader and my fourth-grader come in and help

  • The Cheat Sheet

    Here Are the Most Likely Matchups for Super Bowl 52 According to Vegas

    The 2017 NFL offseason is far from over, and Super Bowl 52 in Minneapolis is still over nine months away. While most people like to discuss the odds each individual team has at winning a Super Bowl title, the oddsmakers in Las Vegas took it a step further and put together a list of the most likely matchups for Super Bowl 52. This potential Super Bowl 52 matchup may be unlikely, but we actually wouldn’t mind seeing it happen.

  • What is the best Dallas Cowboys touchdown celebration of all time?
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    What is the best Dallas Cowboys touchdown celebration of all time?

    Now that the NFL has loosened up its rules on touchdown celebrations, it got us thinking: What is the best Dallas Cowboys TD celebration of all time? Vote below and let us know if we missed one. Dez Bryant: Throw up the X After scoring, the former Cowboys wide receiver would pretend his hands were six-shooters, fire away, blow the smoke from his fingertips and place his hands back at his sides as if to reholster. The league eventually forced Johnson to retire his Wild West antics. Cole Beasley: Too much sauce  The receiver pours fake hot sauce on his hands and then rubs it on his feet. Beasley explains his 'saucy feet' TD celebration Terrell Owens: Kettle deposit After a touchdown, Owens dropped