Jordan Howard has made a name for himself with the Chicago Bears and is now viewed by most as one of the top running backs in the NFL. Just last week, Howard was able to run in from 19 yards out to secure a 23-17 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Now, he is opening up on his thoughts about the Bears' quarterback controversy that the media has been stuck on
CLEVELAND – After one of the most tumultuous weeks in franchise history, could the Cleveland Browns be in the market for a new quarterback in Mike Glennon? Cleveland, which saw its rookie quarterback, Johnny Manziel check himself into rehab on Monday, their talented—yet troubled—Pro Bowl wide receiver Josh Gordon be suspended a minimum of one year by the NFL for substance abuse Tuesday and their general manager Ray Farmer be
[caption id="attachment_27098" align="aligncenter" width="620"] (Image courtesy of the Cleveland Plain Dealer)[/caption] CLEVELAND -- With organized team activities(OTA’s) well underway, there are many interesting position battles at both running back and quarterback to keep an eye on. Here are the top five that should keep fans intrigued well throughout training camp. Brian Hoyer vs. Johnny Manziel : In what is most likely the most ballyhooed and over-hyped quarterback competition in NFL
TAMPA – In what may be a not-so subtle sign of a new direction, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, Josh Freeman has been stripped of his captaincy. To the typical fan, this move made by the Buccaneers two days before their season opener on the road against the New York Jets, but when a club votes a guard(Davin Joseph) and a second-year player on the team (Vincent Jackson), something is up.
There are NFL teams that have controversy surrounding the quarterback position, and then there are teams that have their guy in place and his backups set. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have two guys vying for the coveted position, and the results of the remaining preseason games could all but decide who gets the starting spot. Josh Freeman is the go-to guy for the Buccaneers for the time being, but after
The third round of the 2013 NFL Draft is over. Here's a look at what happened. Here's what happened in round two and round one No.63: Travis Kelse, TE, Cincinnati Alex Smith gets his safety valve with this pick by the Kansas City Chiefs. No.64: Dwayne Gratz, CB, Connecticut Jacksonville Jaguars get a cornerback that will start immediately. No.65: Larry Warford, G, Kentucky The Detroit Lions need to become more balance