Johnny Jolly

Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 325
College: Texas A&M
Birth Place: Houston, Texas
Draft: 2006 6th round (14th pick) by the
  • Fox News

    Martellus Bennett explains the funny way hes trying to cozy up to Aaron Rodgers

    Martellus Bennett has been in the NFL long enough to know having a good relationship with his quarterback is critical for a player whose success is measured by receptions. So Bennett, who signed a three-year, $21 million contract in March with the Packers, is already hard at work trying to get to know Aaron Rodgers. But of course Bennett is going about this in his own unique way. "I send a lot of emojis and GIFs and stuff like that to him, Bennett told the Wisconsin State Journal. Other than that, its just conversations. Thats pretty much it. I tell him things like, 'I like chocolate chip cookies. What kind of cookie do you like?' I just tell him little things. Like, 'Hey, look my daughter did

  • NFC North Roster Comparison
    Daily Norseman

    NFC North Roster Comparison

    As we move into the OTA and mini-camp season, let’s take an early look at the starting rosters among NFC North teams, which could still see a few changes as position battles in training camp play out, and yet are pretty well established overall. Overall Pro Football Focus (PFF) Grades Below is a comparison of PFF grades by position for every team in the NFC North. This is for nickel/3WR situations, which these days account for more snaps than base units. For each team there could be a few differences from what some are projecting, but for the most part these are not big differences. For example, perhaps a rookie will start instead of a below average or worse veteran after training camp battles

  • Yardbarker

    Analysis of the Dallas Cowboys’ 2017 season post-draft

    Dallas Cowboys fan are perhaps the most optimistic sports fan there are. It is why most people hate “America’s Team” and revel in their demise. And while there is reason for optimism with these Dallas Cowboys after they went heavy on the defensive side of the ball a few weeks ago in the draft, there may still be reason to pump the brakes. It is no secret that much of the Cowboys success last year was the result of their prolific offense. They struck gold in last year’s draft with Ezekiel Elliot and Dak Prescott, two rookies who took the league by storm and led their team to a 13-3 record and the one seed in the NFC. However, it was their defense that let the Cowboys down much of the regular season,