Juwan Thompson

#40RB,
Yds
26
Y/G
3.3
TD
1
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 225
Born:
College: Duke
Birth Place: Fairburn, Georgia
Draft: Undrafted
  • Football Outsiders ranks the 2000 Ravens as the 26th best team in the last 30 years
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    ESPN Insider, with the help of Football Outsiders DVOA advanced metrics system, has decided to rank the best offense, defense, special teams, and overall teams in the last thirty years every day this week. On Thursday, it was time for the people at Football Outsiders to list the best teams over the last thirty years according to their DVOA system. One Super Bowl winning Ravens team made it, but three teams Baltimore beat in route to winning their two Super Bowls are ranked ahead.

  • ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

    Broncos still haven’t re-sold stadium naming rights

    The Denver Broncos continue to play in a stadium that may as well be known as Vandelay Industries Park. As noted by 9news.com in Denver, the high-priced latex salesmen from WME-IMG have yet to find a suitable buyer for the rights to “Sports Authority Field,” named for a company that went bankrupt in 2016. “We continue to work closely with WME-IMG and have had several productive discussions with potential partners,” Broncos spokesman Patrick Smyth told 9news.com.

  • Chad Johnson issues a challenge to Demaryius Thomas
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    Chad Johnson issues a challenge to Demaryius Thomas

    Former Bengals receiver Chad Johnson has been staying busy in 2017. The six-time Pro Bowler dominated a football league in Mexico earlier this spring and he’s set to play in a new flag football league starting next week. When Johnson hasn’t been playing football for a team, he’s been having fun . . . playing pickup football with NFL receivers. Johnson challenged Steelers receiver Antonio Brown to a one-on-one showdown in April, claiming that he could “lock down” Brown in coverage as a cornerback. The results were pretty predictable — Brown roasted him. Johnson apparently did not learn his lesson and he wants to play defensive back again, this time against Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas. Thomas