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Going into the season, the Kansas City Chiefs have Patrick Mahomes and Tyler Bray behind Alex Smith on their quarterback depth chart. Mahomes comes in as the team's first round pick and QB of the future. He has all the traits to succeed going forward including arguably the best arm in the draft class. Bray on the other hand has...
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Erik Walden
Erik Walden Brings Double Digit Sacks Just two days before the Tennessee Titans open training camp, the team has signing Erik Walden to a one year deal. A double digit sack producer in 2016 for the division rival Colts, Walden has been one of the top free agents remaining on the market prior to Thursday's signing. The old saying is "you can never...
With training camp beginning this week and preseason football just around the corner, there is little more to analyze until the players actually take the field. Giants.com has been running questions each day heading into training camp. We will follow suit and piggyback on the guesswork made by the writers of Giants.com. Read the previous installment here. Let’s continue with Part Seven.   12. Who are...

Georgia’s all-time leader in passing yards and touchdown passes is now going to be honing his skills in a new line of work, albeit one close to the football field. Former Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray confirmed today that he will be in the broadcast booth for CBS Sports this coming season.
Following a collegiate career which saw him smash many school and conference records (he still holds the SEC marks for passing yards and touchdowns), Murray was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs. However, he was never able to supplant Alex Smith as the team’s quarterback, was eventually released, then bounced around as a free agent without ever catching on anywhere else.
Murray seems like the kind of affable former player who should be at ease in the booth. He’s also a well-known student of the game and a fiend for preparation, both of which will serve him well.

Here's a look at the 2017 Arizona Cardinals depth chart. There will be more depth charts before the season begins, but it's nice to see where things stand after the first week of training camp. 2017 Depth Chart https://twitter.com/Cardschatter/status/890332362805878784 Standout so far The depth chart has changed in the past few days and the noticeable change is for Linebacker Scooby Wright. He's been...
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree will likely see a dip in fantasy football production in 2017.
Last year there were players who broke onto the scene and helped lead a lot of fantasy football teams to deep playoff runs. This article is to help determine the top 10 players who will regress from their 2016 stats. That’s not to say that they will be busts, but don’t expect the same numbers in 2017.   1. Dak Prescott...
A look back at the unselfish role Donovan McNabb played in bringing Michael Vick to the Philadelphia Eagles Michael Vick was signed to the Eagles in 2009 on a one-year deal after his stint in prison. The selfless move that restarted Vicks Career Donovan McNabb was the the savior of the Philadelphia Eagles franchise, even though fans were booing him on draft...
It's uncertain what the 49ers are going to do with Carlos Hyde. Does he fit the system? If not, then do they cut him? Better yet, do they trade him? The former Ohio State Buckeye is worth great value. He's not only amongst some of the most talented young running backs, but he can change the momentum of the game...

Remember when Ethan told us the Egg Bowl was going to keep getting weirder? Well that didn’t take long.
Steven Godfrey of our very own SB Nation is reporting Leo Lewis will be requested to appear before the Committee on Infractions when they meet to decide the penalties to levy against the Ole Miss football program. So is this really bad news for Leo Lewis and the Mississippi State Bulldogs?
Probably not.
Don’t get me wrong, I would rather not have Leo Lewis appear before the NCAA for any reason, and I can’t imagine any college coach would want such a thing to happen. This is why I have never bought into the “Dan Mullen arranged for this to happen” conspiracy theories. Yes, Leo Lewis was granted limited immunity, but the idea of a player for Mississippi State testifying before the NCAA is not something that makes me happy.

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