The incident is at the heart of the criminal case against Guice, who was released by the Washington Football Team last week after a handful of criminal charges became public. … [Read more...] about Derrius Guice strangled girlfriend until she was unconscious, charging documents say
Archives for August 2020
The Seahawks put their first player on the reserve/COVID-19 list. According to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, the Seahawks put wide receiver John Ursua on the list, the first player to be placed there in the nearly two weeks since they began reporting. The list is for players who either test positive, or are quarantining [more] … [Read more...] about Seahawks put wideout John Ursua on COVID-19 list
As college football deals with an unprecedented year of turmoil and uncertainty, there could be even more turmoil and uncertainty. Dan Patrick said on his national radio show this morning that the Big Ten and Pac-12 are poised to scrap their seasons, as soon as tomorrow. The 14 teams of the Big Ten (math went [more] … [Read more...] about Will some college conferences postpone and others proceed?
The Lions activated wide receiver Kenny Golladay from the reserve/COVID-19 list last week and that leaves him clear to focus on the football matters associated with preparing himself for the 2020 season. Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell has set a big goal for that football work this year. Golladay has established himself as a key part [more] … [Read more...] about Lions want Kenny Golladay to be thought of with DeAndre Hopkins, Michael Thomas
When the possibility of college football being moved to the spring was merely that, the NFL reportedly wasn’t interested in moving the draft. As possibility becomes probability, and potentially certainty, the NFL may what to rethink its initial position. Although the draft has become one of the league’s major offseason tentpoles, it makes no sense [more] … [Read more...] about If college football moves to the spring, what happens with the draft?