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And the heavens parted, and God created the Orange Crush and it was GOOD.

Source: AFC West. We saved the best for last in our 8 Part uniform series. • Denver Broncos Zone

 

In a perfect play, it forms an arc, or a cup that can look like a fat “U”.

Source: Word of the day: Pocket • Denver Broncos Zone

 

Just eight days before the start of training camp, Dave Gettleman is out as Panthers GM. (AP)In a statement, Panthers owner Jerry Richardson said, “After much thought and a long evaluation of our football operations, I have decided to relieve Dave Gettleman of his duties as general manager. I want to thank Dave for the role he played in our success over the past four seasons. While the timing of this decision is not ideal, a change is needed.”

Source: In surprise move, Panthers announce firing of general manager Dave Gettleman

 

It’s hard to argue [with] that when everybody else sees all the stuff that’s going on

Source: Quincy Enunwa Says Its ‘Hard to Argue’ with Talk of Jets Tanking 2017 Season | Bleacher Report

 

A year ago, Washington wasn’t inclined to guarantee at signing the amount that quarterback Kirk Cousins would have gotten under the franchise tag in 2016 and 2017. This year, that attitude changed; the back end of the deal was the problem. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the team’s offer that included more…

Source: Washington wanted a six-year deal with Cousins, with four of them not guaranteed | ProFootballTalk

 

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has publicly stated some of Ezekiel Elliott are At this point, the Dallas Cowboys can call Elliott a lot of things. A great football player. A charismatic personality. A “fun-loving,” passionate guy on the practice field (as head coach Jason Garrett has previously framed him). Even a good teammate. But smart? Or self-aware? Right now, calling Elliott either would be a stretch.

Source: Cowboys’ concern grows as Ezekiel Elliott keeps doing dumb things

 

Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick does not believe Colin Kaepernick’s national anthem protest is the reason he’s currently out of the NFL. Vick told Jason Whitlock on FS1 that he thinks the real reason Kaepernick can’t find a team to sign him is that Kaepernick didn’t play well enough in the last two years, as…

Source: Michael Vick: Colin Kaepernick’s problem is his play, not his protest | ProFootballTalk

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