The name belonging to the Jaguars’ starting quarterback sounds like it comes from a Harry Potter novel. There’s a chance it’s actually the true identity of a crime-fighting superhero.
Blake Bortles, via multiple reports, thwarted Womens Tennessee Titans Jersey a thief at a teammate’s house party on Wednesday night at Jackonsville Beach. The would-be criminal, 18-year-old Joseph Horton, reportedly rummaged through various vehicles belonging to people at the party, including Bortles’ Ford F-150 truck.
Miami cut Julius Thomas during the offseason, leaving the Dolphins with a significant void at the tight end position. Enter Gesicki, who figures to step right in as the team’s primary pass-catching tight end. Gesicki was one of the stars of the 2018 combine. He was best at the position in nearly every drill, posting the top mark in the 40-yard dash, vertical jump, broad jump, three cone, short shuttle and 60-yard shuttle. He stands 6-foot-5, 247 pounds and sports solid hands, but offers nothing as a blocker.
Gesicki is a sneaky bet to be this year’s Evan Engram simply because he won’t be asked to block and will essentially work as a slot wide receiver, but rookie tight ends often face a lengthy learning curve. He’ll be worth no more than a late-round flier in season-long leagues, but is a strong dynasty stash.
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Safety Landon Collins admitted during an interview on WFAN that there was a simple explanation.
He’s just unhappy that they picked up [Solder], Collins said, via Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. That’s it.
Collins said he texted Flowers but didn’t get a response, but one of his cousins who is close to the former No. 9 overall pick did.
Since Solder’s signing, Flowers has stayed in Maimi to work out. The Giants were hoping he’d compete for the starting right tackle job, and tried to trade him during the draft (Ron Howard voice: They did not trade him). They also declined to pick up his fifth-year option this week.
Denver badly needed running back help after cutting C.J. Anderson earlier this month. They filled the void on Friday by selecting Freeman. With 5,621 yards during his time at Oregon, Freeman is the all-time FBS leader in rushing yards. He averaged 5.9 YPC (2.3 after contact) during his four seasons with the Ducks. Freeman is a very big back at 5-foot-11, 229 pounds and has pretty good speed (4.54 40 yard dash) for his frame.