I did hits recently with San Diego radio and an Oakland webcast. Both towns are reeling. San Diego in particular wondering how do they cover the Chargers now that they're gone.
I think it's the "let's start there and see how it goes" but he's not unseating a healthy Whitworth.
Thanks for chiming in. Could be a big draft for Belleville by the way, with USC cornerback/returner Aodree' Jackson, Wyoming running back Brian Hill, and SIU linebacker Chase Allen all expected to get drafted.
Actually, that was more of a Mike Martz thing. Remember the 2002 draft. Nebraska QB Eric Crouch tried at WR, Ohio State QB Steve Bellisari tried at safety.
Short and simple: It's an easier system to learn. Not sure if it takes roots in the NFL because I think it's an easier system to defend as well.
Arizona Cardinals and Kansas City Chiefs both had games broadcast on local radio last year. Chiefs and Bears had all their preseason games televised here locally. Don't know if that will be the same here this coming year. During the regular season, it's up to the local stations which games they show on TV. Obviously, KC and Green Bay (as well as Dallas and all the other usual suspects) will get a lot of play on the national primetime games in 2017. As for local players, the Chiefs have a former Mizzou assistant as head coach in Andy Reid, not to mention Mizzou's Mitch Morse at center and Mizzou (and Kirkwood High) wide receiver Jeremy Maclin. Arizona features OLB Markus Golden (Mizzou/Affton High) and guard/center Evan Boehm. There seem to be some Indy fans here as well due to the Colts proximity _ about the same distance as KC.
I like the concept. Would be a pretty ambitious project if you did it right. Might be a better book topic.
I think he's got a couple of years left. He was pretty effective when he got on the field for the Patriots last year, but certainly he's not at the level where he was early in his Rams career when he averaged about 10 sacks per season over four season.
Gabbert currently is a free agent. His contract with San Francisco is up. Brian Hoyer is scheduled to be the starter.
No, but Demoff is really that powerful. He has more power in the organization than ever before after having played such a key role in the move to LA and the LA stadium project. Was talking to someone who has worked for the Rams the other day who said Demoff spent basically all of his time from 2013 working on the move and the Inglewood project. And it looks like he's comfortable with Snead continuing on as GM.
He had the misfortune of replacing a legend in Kurt Warner, and then presiding over the deteriorating remnants of the Greatest Show on Turf teams. As the talent around him diminished, and the physical beatings he took increased, his effectiveness dipped. He was a two-time Pro Bowler. Very accurate. I got along well with Bulger. Very down to earth. He wasn't the most vocal guy around, for sure, but Joe Montana wasn't the most outspoken guy either.
Well, I was always told by Kevin Demoff that it took a couple of years of lead time to make uniform changes. So either the league bended its rules, or Demoff was working on this before the move was approved. (I know that would be hard to imagine.) The Rams are doing everything possible in terms of PR moves to engage the fans in LA.