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The Eagles could look at running back Derrius Guice with this pick if he’s still available, but adding a top swing tackle would be a great luxury pick and a long-term move they’ll be happy they made once Jason Peters retires.
He left the Steelers in 2007, and the period in which he was accused of steroid and HGH trafficking did not overlap with his employment with the team. He was accused of acquiring more than 21,000 Vicodin tablets from February 2005 through October 2011.
Rydze was tried in Cleveland since he had been the doctor for the FBI in Pittsburgh, and prosecutors in Ohio presided over the long trial.
“Rydze violated his legal, professional and ethical obligations,” Justin E. Herdman, U.S. attorney for the northern district of Ohio, said in a statement. “He flooded Pennsylvania with dangerous painkillers and prescribed steroids to enrich himself.”
Rydze was also ordered to pay $32,390 in restitution and $18,300 in special assessments according to the statement from prosecutors.
An undrafted free agent out of college, Harrison signed with the Steelers in 2002 and began to make in impact in 2004, eventually ending up playing 14 of his 15 NFL seasons with Pittsburgh, twice earning first-team All-Pro honors and being named to the Pro Bowl five times in consecutive seasons from 2007-11.
He also was the 2008 AP Defensive Player of the Year in helping lead the Steelers to a Super Bowl victory. He was a part of the Steelers’ Super Bowl winning team following the 2005 season, as well.
He finishes his career with 84 1/2 sacks (a franchise-record 80 1/2 with the Steelers), 34 forced fumbles and eight interceptions to go along with 573 tackles and 222 assists.
Harrison played one season, 2013, with the Bengals and one game in 2017 with the Patriots after being released by Pittsburgh in late December.
Moving down from ninth overall would allow the 49ers to stockpile even more draft picks and still get a player they like in Vander Esch. The linebacker is oozing with potential, and the team can’t bank on Reuben Foster ever playing for it again.
Some of the biggest news of the NFL week came when Bills offensive lineman Richie Incognito announced he was retiring from the NFL because he was too stressed.
Turns out that may have been the case.
Incognito went on Twitter Friday and made a statement that seemingly negates his earlier declaration this week. He apparently isn’t retiring.
“That’s not even really the focus right now,” Gurley said. “Once you win that Super Bowl, they don’t have a choice but to pay you whether it’s the Rams or any other team.
“Once we try to put that together and do that, everything will take care of itself. Just focus on what’s next.”
For the Rams, that’s Aaron Donald.
Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones met with Bryant for roughly 20 minutes on Friday, as Jones made the move without offering Bryant a pay cut. The Cowboys saved $8.5 million against the salary cap by cutting Bryant, the franchise’s all-time leader in touchdown receptions.
Prescott was at The Star working out with teammates when the news came that Bryant had been released.
“Dez is going to be a hard guy to replace,” Prescott said. “He’s a talented guy, so he’ll be missed.”
In an interview with NFL Network, Bryant insinuated that coaches played a part in his release as well as players he labeled as “Garrett guys” and captains.
The Packers must revamp their edge pass rush as they flip their base 3-4 defense to Mike Pettine’s watch. Either Landry or Marcus Davenport makes sense for their scheme as freakish athletes who can wreak havoc in the backfield.
Regardless, with an assist from his former Texans coach Gary Kubiak (now the Broncos’ senior personnel adviser), Keenum had become the apple of Elway’s eye with his less expensive price tag compared to that of Cousins, thus attractive to a team with limited salary-cap room. Elway built up Keenum as the player the Broncos wanted all along over the rest of the free-agent crop. Was this revisionist history at work by the Broncos GM after he knew Cousins was priced too high and was headed north? We’ll have a better idea about how much the Broncos love Keenum after we see what Elway does in the first round of the draft.
The Bears’ 2018 schedule presents plenty of opportunities for Chicago to prove itself as an up-and-coming contender in the NFC. The home schedule alone features games against the Patriots and Rams, plus the usual slate of NFC North rivals.
In addition to the division games on the Bears’ 2018 schedule, fans will want to circle the date of the showdown against the 49ers as Chicago’s toughest road test. San Francisco, like Chicago, is ushering in a new era with a young quarterback and a relatively new head coach.
Bottom line: The Bears and new coach Matt Nagy have an opportunity to establish themselves as NFC contenders in 2018, and their schedule, even with a few tough games throughout, is manageable enough for them to pull it off. Second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky’s development will be tested by tough defenses at times, but overall, he and the offense should have opportunities to flourish. Record prediction: 9-7
Below is a breakdown of the Ravens’ schedule in 2018. Baltimore’s regular-season schedule, including dates and kickoff times, will be posted after it is made available by the NFL.
Toughest tests: The road schedule is brutal. Tennessee, Kansas City, Atlanta and Carolina all made the playoffs last year. Baltimore lost four road games last season, and that included a 44-7 loss at Jacksonville. Joe Flacco’s home-and-road splits were almost identical last season, but he will need to be better if they want to go .500 in these games.
Biggest breaks: Pittsburgh, New Orleans and Buffalo are the only teams coming to M&T Bank Stadium that had winning records last season. The game against the Bills should be interesting given last year’s AFC wild-card race. The Ravens faced three AFC North opponents in the first four weeks last year but didn’t take advantage of winning two of those three games.
Did Aaron Rodgers just convert the Dalai Lama into a Packers fan?
The quarterback met the Dalai Lama in India and was in a photo with the spiritual leader, who was holding a football and sporting a Green Bay cap.
… The Browns trade out of the No. 4 spot. If Cleveland finally gets their quarterback at No. 1 and another franchise has a quarterback in mind, the Browns could parlay that second first-round pick into a package that would add more impact players down the board. It’s a strategy Cleveland has used before, but the fact Dorsey has five picks in the first two rounds to work with provides the opportunity for some packaging. Given how active the Browns have stayed on the trading block this offseason, it’s a real possibility.
Despite the difficulties, Sarah revealed she gave birth to “small but tough” twin boys six weeks later. The pair, Marshall and John, spent more than a month in the NICU but were finally permitted to go home.
“Like any parent, obviously you want everything to go well,” Ryan told ESPN on Monday. “We’re not alone in having gone through this. I know other families, parents, children go through things like this all the time. You just want things to shake out well, and we’re fortunate that they did. Obviously your mind really never leaves there because that’s the most important thing in your life — your family.’
“I imagine you never feel like that as a parent. You’re always worried about something. Obviously things have went really well for us. I’m just happy that they’re home and healthy. And my wife is doing great, too.”
While focusing on fatherhood is his highest priority, Matt still has his sights set on getting back to the Super Bowl and coming out with a win after the Falcons fell to the Eagles in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs last season.
New York Giants star safety Landon Collins is facing a second surgery on the right forearm he fractured in late December that will likely sideline him until training camp.
Collins insisted Wednesday that he was not lying with that assessment of how he felt, and was surprised when doctors broke the news to him. He had been training without limitation, but tests showed his forearm is not healing properly around the plate put there in December.
And considering his physical style of play – he was injured while making a tackle – Collins could risk further injury if he continues to train without correcting the issue.
Collins has topped 100 tackles in each of his three previous seasons, earning All-Pro status in 2016. He said Monday he is not focused on his contract status.
“I’m just letting it just work itself out. I’m not really going through the negotiating part,” Collins said of his contract status. “I’m going to leave that between [general manager] Dave Gettleman and my agent and then go from there. From that point on, I’m just here trying to make new friends with my boys, new relationships and be a captain like I’ve always been.”
Collins and the Giants might have to wait until the summer to see him back on the field.
Jackson has sometimes been an afterthought in the draft’s quarterback conversation, which Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Baker Mayfield and Josh Allen headline. However, he remains a legitimate option for teams looking for QB help.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reported Monday multiple scouts believe he will be taken in the first round.
The 2016 Heisman Trophy winner is known for his running ability, finishing his career with 4,132 rushing yards and 50 touchdowns. However, he has also done damage as a passer with 9,043 career passing yards and 69 scores.
His 57.0 percent completion rate has been in question, but it is higher than Allen’s 56.2 percent.