I miss her, too. She was a fascinating person. Of course, you had to be a night owl when it came to her get-togethers. I remember getting invited to a large dinner party she put on the night before Super Bowl 34 in Atlanta. We didn't get underway until about 11:30 p.m. Eastern.
Don't be so harsh. I think the Denver Nuggets might get that last playoff spot in the West.
Once the tag is signed, the money becomes guaranteed. And Johnson has signed his franchise tag. So they can trade him, keep him at the franchise tag price, or try to negotiate a more cap-friendly long-term deal.
Well, they weren't there for Pace's induction, which was disgraceful. We'll see what happens this time.
Haven't really. But we're not that far away. April 4 is fast approaching.
It is a deep draft at the position. One of the best running back groups in several years. I'd be surprised if they didn't draft a back at some point. It'd be hard to imagine Charles coming back.
That's kind of been the motto of the Rams over the past five years or so: No Urgency. And it's not just me. A couple of years ago, I was talking to a league official about a totally unrelated matter, and the official volunteered this sentiment (and I paraphrase): "You know the rest of the league doesn't operate this way." (This person was wondering how Jeff Fisher could still be coaching _ this was during the 2015 season.)
A moral dilemma to be sure.
Well, I don't know if the NFL is involved, but I think there are plans for a developmental league based strictly in California.
I still think Boldin's got another year or two left. So why not? But at this stage in his career, would Boldin play for the Rams? Or would he want to go with a contender?