Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Sports Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Sports | 2019 N.F.L. Draft Analysis: How All 32 Picks Fit (or Don’t Fit) Advertisement Supported by The Arizona Cardinals took Kyler Murray No. 1 as expected, but there were several surprises in the first round of the N.F.L. draft. ByBenjamin Hoffman April 25, 2019 The Arizona Cardinals did what everyone thought they would, picking Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray, a quarterback who seemed destined to one day play for Coach Kliff Kingsbury. His selection started off a wild first day of the 2019 N.F.L. draft that involved several trades, a few shocking picks, Roger Goodell absorbing contact from a defensive tackle and the Oakland Raiders continuing to confound with their picks. In the end, both the Raiders and the Giants made three picks, and neither team made conventional choices with their haul. Instead it … [Read more...] about 2019 N.F.L. Draft Analysis: How All 32 Picks Fit (or Don’t Fit)
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page December 15, 2018 Carson Wentz’s back injury means Nick Foles will likely get another opportunity to rescue the Eagles. Coach Doug Pederson said Friday that Wentz does not require surgery for a stress fracture in his back but that the injury could take up to three months to fully heal. The quarterback is listed as ‘‘doubtful’’ for Sunday night’s game against the Rams but Pederson said he wouldn’t rule him out for this week or the rest of this season. The Eagles (6-7) are still in the chase for a playoff spot. Foles, who led the Eagles to their first Super Bowl title by beating the Patriots last season, hasn’t taken a snap in a game since Week 2 . . . Chiefs starting cornerback Kendall Fuller suffered a wrist fracture in Thursday night’s loss to the Chargers and was expected to undergo surgery, the NFL Network … [Read more...] about Eagles’ Carson Wentz won’t need surgery but return up in air
Head Coach Sean McDermott Monday, December 3, 2018 Opening Statement: We’ll go ahead and get started. I’ll give you an update on the injuries at this point just with respect to Russell Bodine, Russ had a fractured fibula. He had surgery today. We expect a full recovery. He’ll be out for the season at this point. But the surgery went well, as planned, and we’ll get him back at some point this offseason. So with that, we’ll open it up to your questions. Q: Is there a corresponding roster move? A: Not at this point. We’re working through that. Had a couple guys in today, but we’re working through that right now. Q: Sean, did you happen to see the video of the confrontation with Jerry Hughes and the officials after the game, and if so, what was your reaction to that? A: Out of respect for that situation, I did see the video. But out of respect for the situation, I’m going to let the league handle that. Jerry and I have spoken, and I’ve … [Read more...] about Bills coaches on loss to Dolphins, Allen’s maturation, Bodine’s injury and more
By Thuc Nhi Nguyen | [email protected] | Daily NewsPUBLISHED: November 29, 2018 at 3:18 pm | UPDATED: November 29, 2018 at 3:18 pm The first year of Chip Kelly is done at UCLA. The Bruins have only three wins to show for it. The 3-9 record sounds disappointing after so much preseason hype with Kelly’s hire, but players remained optimistic after last Saturday’s season-ending loss to Stanford. Now begins the long nine-month wait to see if that optimism will be rewarded with better results next year. Thanks for all your questions for this year’s mailbags. For the last time in 2018, let’s get to the A’s to your Q’s: DM question: “How successful was this season on a scale of 1-10?” Results-wise, it wasn’t very successful. Three wins isn’t going to impress anyone. But I think the ultimate purpose of the first year under a new head coach (who wasn’t promoted from within the staff) isn’t to get results, but to get his … [Read more...] about UCLA football mailbag: How does 2018 set the Bruins up for the future?