Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

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Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 193
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College: Tennessee State
Birth Place: Bradenton, Florida
Draft: 2008 1st round (16th pick) by the
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    Ex-Cal star Davis Webb impresses New York Giants

    Whether it’s his hard work, poise, leadership or just his firm handshake, former Cal quarterback Davis Webb is making quite a first impression on the New York Giants. Webb, the Giants’ third-round pick in last month’s NFL draft, obviously has much work ahead of him as he transitions from Cal’s spread offense to a more traditional, complex offense. Plus, he’s no threat to Giants starting quarterback Eli Manning. But Giants head coach Ben McAdoo and others in camp took notice of how prepared Webb was in last week’s rookie minicamp. After getting the Giants’ playbook last Thursday night, Webb made flash cards to study most of the night with his roommate Evan Engram, the tight end the Giants chose

  • 4 NFL teams that won't make the playoffs again in 2017
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    4 NFL teams that won't make the playoffs again in 2017

    For an eleventh consecutive NFL season, at least four playoff teams from the prior season failed to make it back to the postseason. The Redskins, Vikings, Panthers and Bengals all missed out in 2016 after making it in 2015. Given the parity in the league these days, we can expect that trend to continue next season. But which four playoff teams will fail to make it back? Let’s take a look at some of the team that will have a hard time making it back, starting with the most likely to prove us wrong. 1. New York Giants This is really just a bet on Eli Manning’s future. If he improves on a down 2016 season, the Giants not only easily make the playoffs in 2017, but they’re also a legit Super Bowl

  • Watch: Brandon Marshall gives mental health talk at UFC Athlete Retreat
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    Watch: Brandon Marshall gives mental health talk at UFC Athlete Retreat

    A post shared by Brandon Marshall (@bmarshall) on May 21, 2017 at 4:16pm PDT New York Giants receiver Brandon Marshall isn't limiting his fight for mental fitness to his own sport. With the UFC hosting an Athlete Retreat this weekend in Las Vegas, Marshall was invited to speak about his struggle with mental health and gave advice about how to deal with the battle. Marshall co-founded a mental health charity, Project 375, with his wife after being diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder in 2011. He has been an advocate for mental health, regularly speaking at events, ever since. The Athlete Retreat included a series of bonding and educational events including a talk from Kobe Bryant and