Matt Hazel

#15WR,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 195
Born:
College: Coastal Carolina
Birth Place: North Augusta, South Carolina
Draft: 2014 6th round (14th pick) by the
  • 'Madden 18' Gameplay Trailer Highlighting New Features Is Released
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    'Madden 18' Gameplay Trailer Highlighting New Features Is Released

    EA Sports finally released a gameplay trailer for Madden 18 on Friday. Fans had been awaiting an official look at the game. While the video is a little under a minute, it still provides the most extensive look at Madden 18–besides the off-screen, secret recordings taken during EA Play. Noteworthy head-to-head matchups like New York Giants Odell Beckham vs. Washington Redskins Josh Norman and Denver Broncos Von Miller and Carolina Panthers Cam Newton are showcased. We only get to see a few flashes of the new Target Passing feature, but that is easily the most intriguing new gameplay feature. I’ve long thought it would be more realistic to throw to a spot rather than tapping the icon associated

  • Matt Ryan throws some serious shade at Kyle Shanahan for the Super Bowl loss
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    Matt Ryan throws some serious shade at Kyle Shanahan for the Super Bowl loss

    Redskins running backs over-under The Redskins’ running backs depth chart looks quite different from how it did a year ago. Rob Kelley, who was “ninth-string” back last year per Jay Gruden, is the starter. Samaje Perine enters the mix with expectations that exceed those normally assigned to a fourth-round pick. Chris Thompson is the constant as the third-down back. What kind of numbers will they put up this year? Redskins Insiders Rich Tandler and JP Finlay go over-under on some Redskins running back stats.  Rob Kelley, 1,000 rushing yards Tandler: If you project Kelley’s production in the nine games he started over 16 games it comes to about 1,050 yards. He had his ups and downs in those nine

  • Al Saunders predicts Pro Bowl season for Redskins WR Terrelle Pryor
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    Al Saunders predicts Pro Bowl season for Redskins WR Terrelle Pryor

    John Keim ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Redskins for the Washington Examiner and other media outlets since 1994 Authored or co-authored three books on the Redskins and one on the Cleveland Browns Follow on Twitter The numbers jumped out, but the contract offers did not. Maybe some didn't trust that Washington Redskins receiver Terrelle Pryor could duplicate last year's stats -- even though it was just his first year at a new position. One of his former coaches in Cleveland says that won't be a problem. "I will be shocked if he isn't in the Pro Bowl," said Browns receivers coach Al Saunders, via ESPN's Pat McManamon. "He's going to have that kind of year." The Redskins certainly hope so.