Jaguars’ ‘mercenary for hire’ Malik Jackson loves to get booed

Malik Jackson describes himself as a “mercenary for hire.” Football is his business, and it was booming after he starred on the Denver Broncos‘ title team in the 2015 season. (You may remember him in Super Bowl 50 for scoring off Cam Newton’s first-half fumble) He cashed in last year in free agency, signing a […]

8 things we learned from Lawrence Guy’s Pats Chat

Lawrence Guy is a new Patriot, and naturally, Patriots Nation has a lot to learn. On Tuesday morning, he helped expedite that process when he was a guest on Pats Chat hosted by Ashlee Feldman at The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon. Lawrence took questions from a live audience, as well as from […]

Training Camp Spotlight: Lawrence Guy

Defensive Lineman Lawrence Guy is highlighted as he transitions to the Patriots defense and treating every year like his first year in the NFL. Watch the Training Camp Spotlight HERE on 

Eagles camp notes, quotes and tidbits: Wright time and place?

By Dave Zangaro After spending his first two years in the NFL with two different teams, veteran defensive tackle Gabe Wright is hoping he’s found a home with the Eagles. If nothing else, he’s more ready for his opportunity now. “My mentality is a little different,” Wright said this week. “I didn’t really know how to be […]

QB Matt McGloin Aims to Make Decision Tough for Eagles’ Coaches

By Dave Zangaro Matt McGloin has one major goal this summer: make the decision as tough as possible. McGloin is the Eagles’ third-string quarterback at this training camp. He not only has to hold off undrafted Dane Evans, but he also has to try to prove to the Eagles that keeping three quarterbacks instead of two […]

Colts’ Robert Turbin is haunted —and motivated — by four family tragedies

By Clifton Brown INDIANAPOLIS – When Indianapolis Colts running back Robert Turbin reminisces about family, the memories are often painful. His brother, Lonnie, was fatally shot in 2012 as Turbin prepared for the NFL Scouting Combine. His sister, Trina, died from multiple sclerosis when she was just 21. But through the years, Turbin has learned to channel his […]

#OnePride Twitter’s Nevin Lawson GIF day

by Ty Schalter  Bryce Rossler of Detroit Lions Podcast gave #OnePride Twitter a great gift on Friday: Nevin Lawson GIF Day. Inspired, perhaps, by the lack of talk around just how good Lawson was in 2016 (and chatter about the role of second-round rookie Teez Tabor), Rossler went to the videotape to prove Lawson has all […]

Robert Turbin on 1070 The Fan (Audio)

Colts Running Back, Robert Turbin, joined The Grady and Big Joe Show on 1070 The Fan in Indianapolis to talk about how Training Camp is going to this point! Listen to the interview HERE on 

Malik Jackson says he’s confident Jags will win Super Bowl

Defensive tackle Malik Jackson believes this will be a “super” year for the Jacksonville Jaguars. The defensive tackle told Bleacher Report’s “Simms & Lefkoe Podcast”that he is “very confident” in the Jaguars and expects to win a Super Bowl this season. “The Panthers did it. If the Panthers can do it after the season they had — but we’re […]

Lions’ Nevin Lawson: Holding down starting role

Lawson‘s starting right cornerback job seems secure, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Lawson quietly put together a solid 2016 campaign that seemingly went underappreciated due to his lack of big plays. However, the four-year vet served as the Lions‘ top cover corner when Darius Slay wasn’t able to play and finished the year […]