Tony Scheffler

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Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 255
Born:
College: Western Michigan
Birth Place: Morenci, Michigan
Draft: 2006 2nd round (29th pick) by the
  • TheWolverine.com

    • Richard Ash (Played at U-M from 2010-13), DT, Dallas Cowboys: On the 2-3 Cowboys’ practice squad after getting cut before week one. • Ben Braden (2013-16), OG, New York Jets: Made New York’s practice squad as an undrafted free agent. • Tom Brady (1996-99), QB, New England Patriots: Completed 20 of 38 passes for 257 yards with two touchdowns and an interception … Has connected on 153 of 233 attempts fro 1,959 yards with 13 touchdowns and two picks for the 4-2 Patriots … Leads the NFL in passing yardage, is tied for second in touchdowns and ranks second in passer rating (106.9). • Alan Branch (2004-06), DT, New England Patriots: Notched one tackle in a 24-17 win over the New York Jets … Has played

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  • Fantasy football waiver wire, Week 7: Tight end rankings

    Week 6 of the 2017 regular season is just about coming to a close with the Monday Night game remaining. Most fantasy football leagues will run their waiver wires late Tuesday or early Wednesday, but we are here to help you get a jump on the best options to consider. We will be ranking the top five players likely to be available in your league at each of the four major positions. Some weeks there might not be five good options available, but we’ll scour for the best we can find. Additionally, throughout the week, we will update each of these articles as ownership percentages change and news arrives. The following ownership percentages come via CBS Sportsline entering Week 6. With Mohamed Sanu

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  • Lions lose Quin (concussion), Tate (shoulder)

    Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer Close Previously covered University of Michigan for ESPN.com and AnnArbor.com Also covered Notre Dame for Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Follow on Twitter NEW ORLEANS -- The Detroit Lions lost two key players on either side of the ball in Sunday's 52-38 loss to the Saints. Safety Glover Quin was ruled out after being evaluated for a concussion and wideout Golden Tate exited with a shoulder injury. Lions coach Jim Caldwell was not certain if any of Detroit's injuries suffered Sunday were long-term. Quin was spotted walking out of the Lions locker room after the game, while Tate had his belongings packed up by an equipment manager. Quin was injured trying to tackle

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  • NFL Week 6 Grades: Saints get B+ for wild shootout win over Lions, Falcons get an F

    The wildest game of the NFL season took place on Sunday, and if you blinked or went to the bathroom during the three-plus hours that the Detroit Lions and New Orleans Saints were on the field in New Orleans, you probably missed at least three touchdowns.  The craziest thing about this win for the Saints might have been the fact that Drew Brees and the New Orleans offense had almost nothing to do with it. Although the Saints defense has struggled over the past few seasons, they put on a show against Detroit with three touchdowns. Not only did Cameron Jordan and Kenny Vaccaro both score after the Lions turned the ball over in their own end zone, but we also got a 27-yard pick-six from Saints cornerback

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  • Does Aaron Rodgers' injury make NFC North a wide-open race?

    ESPN Green Bay head coach Mike McCarthy expresses disappointment about Aaron Rodgers' broken collarbone, but says the team will rally around backup QB Brett Hundley. The last time Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers suffered a major injury (broken collarbone on non-throwing shoulder in 2013) and missed time, Green Bay went 2-4-1. Now with a broken collarbone on his throwing shoulder, Rodgers could miss the rest of the 2017 season. With Rodgers in the lineup, the Packers were favored to win the NFC North and contend for the Super Bowl. Now his injury opens the door for the Vikings, Lions and Bears -- or does it? Here's a closer look at who will win the NFC North and why: It's Oct. 16, and the Packers

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  • Hardy Nickerson: Cincinnati Bengals promote linebacker to active roster

    Oct. 16 (UPI) -- The Cincinnati Bengals have promoted linebacker Hardy Nickerson from the practice squad to the 53-man active roster. Cincinnati announced the transaction on Monday. The Bengals also announced the signing of long snapper Clark Harris to a one-year extension and the signing of tight end Scott Orndoff to the practice squad. Nickerson joined the Bengals this offseason as an undrafted rookie free agent. He played in the Bengals' first three games before getting waived on Sept. 28. He signed with the Bengals' practice squad on Sept. 29. Nickerson, 23, played collegiately at Illinois. His father is also Hardy Nickerson, who was a five-time Pro Bowler and two-time All-Pro linebacker

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  • Fantasy football, Week 6: Who to start and sit among quarterbacks

    Week 6 of the fantasy football season is here, and we're back with another crop of start/sit options. We have a nice set of data about each team through five weeks, and can make informed decisions on good plays and traps. With that in mind, we'll pick quarterbacks who should exceed expectations in Week 6, along with three you should probably sit. Start We already know that Brees is a much better player at home than on the road — as we like to say, the Superdome is the Coors Field of football. But Brees takes it to a whole other level when he plays home games coming off a bye week. Here’s his key stats in his last three such games: 2016 – 465 yards, 4 TDs, 1 INT 2013 – 332 yards, 5 TDs, 0 INT

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  • NFL games today, Week 6 scores, schedule, updates: Adrian Peterson re-introduces himself

    NFL Week  6 is underway. To keep tabs on some of the choicest highlights and other big news throughout Sunday, keep it here for updates. But first the schedule.   Philadelphia Eagles 28, Carolina Panthers 23 (Takeaways) Chicago Bears  27,  Baltimore Ravens  24 (OT)(Recap) Houston Texans  33,  Cleveland Browns  17 (Recap)  New Orleans Saints  52, Lions 38 (Recap)  Minnesota Vikings  23, Green Bay Packers  10 (Recap)  Miami Dolphins 20, Atlanta Falcons (Recap)  New England Patriots  24,  New York Jets  17 (Recap)  Washington Redskins  26, 49ers 24 (Recap)  L.A. Los Angeles Rams at Jacksonville Jaguars , 4:05 p.m. ET on FOX (Gametracker)  Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Arizona Cardinals , 4:05 p.m. ET

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  • Terron Armstead, Willie Snead active for first time this season

    Saints left tackle Terron Armstead and wide receiver Willie Snead have been champing at the bit to get back on the field after missing the first quarter of the season. Both players will make their debut on Sunday against the Detroit Lions. Armstead and Snead, who were both listed as questionable, are active. Armstead will start at left tackle, and Snead should be a part of the receiving corps now that he's fully recovered from the hamstring injury that kept him out against Miami. With Snead active, the Saints made wide receiver Tommylee Lewis inactive. Saints Inactives WR Tommylee Lewis CB Sterling Moore QB Taysom Hill G John Greco LB Gerald Hodges  WR Austin Carr DE Al-Quadin Muhammad

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  • Brian Hoyer benched by 49ers, replaced by rookie C.J. Beathard

    In his sixth game with the San Francisco 49ers, Brian Hoyer got the hook. The veteran quarterback was benched in the second quarter of Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins and replaced by rookie C.J. Beathard, a third-round pick out of Iowa. Hoyer completed four of 11 passes for 34 yards before exiting the game. Entering the Week, Hoyer ranked tied for 28th among starting quarterbacks with a 75.8 passer rating. Hoyer signed a two-year, $12 million contract in March and took over as starter for first-year coach Kyle Shanahan. PHOTOS: Best of NFL Week 6

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  • Injury updates on Golden Tate, Greg Robinson, Glover Quin

    The Detroit Lions didn’t only lose a much-needed win in the NFC on Sunday, but they lost the services of three key starters due to injury. The team is always very scarce on details regarding injuries, but here’s what we know about the key injuries as of Sunday night. Quin suffered a very serious-looking concussion in the third quarter of the game. Quin was attempting to make a tackle on Saints running back Alvin Kamara and eventually received a knee to the head from teammate A’Shawn Robinson. Quin appeared motionless after the contact was initially made and was down for several minutes. Per the concussion protocol, Quin was not made available to the media after the game. Other Lions players,

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  • Khiry Robinson: Running back works out for New Orleans Saints

    Oct. 16 (UPI) -- The New Orleans Saints worked out running back Khiry Robinson on Monday, following the departure of Adrian Peterson. A source told the New Orleans Advocate that Robinson was in town for the workout. Robinson entered the NFL in 2013 as an undrafted rookie free agent signing by the Saints. He played his first three seasons in New Orleans before joining the Jets in 2016. Robinson, 27, has 788 yards and eight touchdowns on 194 career carries. He had 22 yards on eight carries last season for the Jets, appearing in one game. The Jets placed Robinson on injured reserve in December due to a broken leg. He was released on March 9 and participated in Jets minicamp on a tryout basis. New

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  • Biggest NFL injuries of Week 6

    ESPN.com Here are the most significant NFL injuries in Week 6: Sunday Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay Packers: Landing awkwardly after taking a hit from Anthony Barr, Rodgers walked off the field under his own power, but he was replaced by Brett Hundley for the next play. Rodgers then headed to the medical evaluation tent on the sideline before being carted back to the locker room for further evaluation. He was declared questionable to return with a shoulder/collarbone injury but was downgraded to out near the start of the second half. Shortly after downgrading him to out, the Packers announced that Rodgers has a broken collarbone and that there's a chance he could miss the rest of the season. ESPN

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  • Bengals extend Clark Harris; make pair of roster moves including Hardy Nickerson

    The Cincinnati Bengals have made a trio of roster moves, including a one-year contract extension for long-snapper Clark Harris, the team announced on Monday. The extension puts Harris under contract through the 2018 season. The Bengals also signed linebacker Hardy Nickerson off the practice squad to the 53-player roster and added tight end Scott Orndoff to the practice squad. Nickerson fills the vacated roster spot left by Tyler Eifert, who went on injured reserve late last week. Orndoff subsequently fills Nickerson’s vacant spot on the 10-man practice squad. Harris, a ninth-year player, has played in 131 of a possible 134 Bengals games (including playoffs) since joining the team on Oct. 13,

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  • The Adrian Peterson trade looks like a win-win for Saints and Cardinals

    The New Orleans Saints made a stir last week when they traded running back Adrian Peterson to the Arizona Cardinals. It was easy to look at Peterson’s lack of production with the Saints and the Cardinals’ shaky offensive line and come to the conclusion that the 32-year-old wouldn’t be much better off in Arizona than he was in New Orleans. Wrong. The seven-time Pro Bowler finished the game with 26 carries for 134 yards and two touchdowns in his debut with the Cardinals. He was the bell cow running back the Cardinals needed. He also helped take some pressure off quarterback Carson Palmer in a 38-33 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Saints saw immediate improvements in their running game too.

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  • NFL odds and picks Week 6: Proven computer model loves Patriots, Texans

    The NFL's sixth weekend will attract bets from average Joes to professional bettors. The Kansas City Chiefs are 3.5-point favorites over the Pittsburgh Steelers , the rested New Orleans Saints are favored by four against the Detroit Lions , and the Jacksonville Jaguars are 2.5-point favorites over the Los Angeles Rams in a game that opened as a pick'em. With so many eye-popping games and so many NFL odds on the move, you'll want to know to what SportsLine's advanced computer model is picking. SportsLine's Projection Model went an amazing 174-80-2 on straight-up NFL picks last season -- better than all 98 experts tracked by NFLPickWatch. Every single one. SportsLine computer picks also would have

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