Jarret Johnson

Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 260
College: Alabama
Birth Place: Homestead, Florida
Draft: 2003 4th round (12th pick) by the
  • Raiders OG Kelechi Osemele celebrates birthday No. 28
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    Raiders OG Kelechi Osemele celebrates birthday No. 28

    An important member of the Oakland Raiders celebrated their birthday Saturday, as offensive guard Kelechi Osemele turned 24 years old. Osemele came into the league with the Baltimore Ravens and played there until 2016, when he signed a five-year, $60 million contract and was named to his first Pro Bowl as well as being names a First-Team All-Pro. While offensive lineman don’t always get the praise they deserve, as the team’s Twitter account wished Osemele a happy birthday. Osemele showed some love back, appreciating the shout out. With his All-Pro level play along with the veteran offensive tackle Donald Penn coming back with a vengeance after being forced to sit out the team’s playoffs could

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    Ranking the NFL's best of past 30 years: Teams, offenses, more

    All week long, we've been taking a look at the best NFL teams and individual seasons of the past 30 years based on Football Outsiders' advanced DVOA metric. Click the links below to get to our stories on the top 30 overall teams, offenses, defenses, special teams and individual seasons since 1987. Enjoy! Counting down the top teams since 1987 ... 14. 2012 Seattle Seahawks (+36.9 percent): This was the first year of Seattle's DVOA dynasty, in which the Seahawks finished four straight seasons as the regular season's No. 1 in total team efficiency. The Seahawks ranked fourth on offense, second on defense and third on special teams. However, they went only 11-5, in part because they played the fourth-hardest

  • Top 5 players Cowboys regret passing on in 2016 draft: from a dynamic return man to pair of pass rushers

    Top 5 players Cowboys regret passing on in 2016 draft: from a dynamic return man to pair of pass rushers

    There's not much to regret about the Cowboys draft in 2016. We'll see how this plays out, but the class of '16 could be one of the most impactful in franchise history. That doesn't mean it was perfect. No draft is. With that ridiculously high bar in mind, let's look at how last year's draft could have rated higher or been even more productive. Noah Spence, DE, Eastern Kentucky Drafted 39th overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive end Noah Spence got off to a slow start for Tampa Bay but showed promise late. He started three games before the season was done and finished with 5.5 sacks and forced three fumbles. He was named Defensive Rookie of the Month for November with 2.5 sacks and two