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2021年10月21日 Off

Derek Carr explains what happened following injury

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  • Night net null null nu夜网论坛ll null Derek Carr on Tuesday, speaking on 95.7 The Game, opened up about the broken leg injury that ended his 2016 season.When the injury initially happened, Carr screamed, "It's broke," over and over. The quarterback was asked what it was like to know immediately what had happened. MORE: Predictions for 2017 Night net playoffs"It was a scary feeling," he said. "I've rolled and torn ligaments in my ankle and things like that. To have something break. It was an eerie feeling. "It felt like everything got silent. There's always a buzz in a stadium and I couldn't hear a thing. All I could focus on was, 'this isn't right.' I knew it was broke how it was sitting. They didn't need to come out and tell me. I heard it. I heard it go. It was an eerie, scary thing."Without Carr, the Raiders struggled against the Broncos in the regular-season finale. They now prepare to face the Texans with rookie Connor Cook at quarterback.Carr says the playoff game "will be great experience" for Cook.[......]

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    2021年10月19日 Off

    Greg Olsen's Man of the Year nomination provides another avenue for him to help others

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  • Night net null null Greg Olsen is known around the Night net for being one of the league’s premiere tight ends.He has been an elite weapon on the Panthers’ offense for the last seven years, providing a level of consistency that few players deliver and that helped make him the first tight end in Night net history with three consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons. But while his on-field production gets most of the attention, it’s Olsen’s off-field acts that truly deserve the spotlight.PANTHERS: Ryan Kalil to retire after 2018 The Panthers tight end is one of the many Night net players doing noteworthy charitable work in their community and, for the second year in a row, Olsen has been named a Walter Payton Man of the Year Award finalist, an honor he takes great pride in.“It means a lot,” Olsen told Sporting News. “You can’t believe that of all of the people in the league, with so many guys that do such great things, that you’re one of the three that they’ve picked."And to be one of the top three, two years in a row, it’s very special. It’s something we take a lot of pride in and also something that we’re very appreciative of.”The Man of the Year Award is given to the Night net player who best displays excellence on and off the field[......]

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    2021年10月15日 Off

    Week 16 Fantasy Football Podcast: Waiver pickups, sleepers, start 'em/sit 'em

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  • Night net Fantasy If you made it to your fantasy championship, congratulations. Our Week 16 fantasy football podcast should be your first stop before making finalizing waiver claims and start 'em, sit 'em decisions. If you haven't made your fantasy Super Bowl, then our Week 16 preview podcast should your first stop in the search for fantasy owners just as bitter and salty as you, as well as in-depth analysis on early-'90s professional mini golf YouTube videos (not a joke).As we do every episode, we open the show looking back at our biggest missteps from the previous week, including saying Joe Flacco would cut into Lamar Jackson's playing time, expecting a bounce-back from Jared Goff, and doubting fantasy's No. 2 QB, Matt Ryan (seriously, look it up). We then hit our favorite search engine of the year to find the top trending players of the week, including Aaron Jones, James Conner, Nick Foles, and Frank Gore. After breaking down those situations, we move to the favorable and unfavorable matchups. Blake Jarwin is included, and while that should be enough to earn your click, we also talk about Baker Mayfield, Tom Brady, Jared Goff, Mitchell Trubisky, Jamaal Williams, Leonard Fournett夜网论坛e, Adrian Peterson, Robby Anderson, D.J. Moore, Mike Williams, Blake Jarwin (he's worth repeating), and more. Week 16 Rankings:Quarterback | Running Back |[......]

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    2021年10月14日 Off

    Redskins' Trent Williams expected hold out from training camp, report says

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  • Night net null null Trent Williams isn't expected to attend Washington's training camp.The Redskins offensive tackle didn't participate in minicamp a month ago and again might no-show in July, according to a report from the Night net Network, which cites unidentified league sources. Williams' holdout could last "quite a while," the report noted.#Redskins LT Trent Williams is not expected to report to training camp with the rest of his teammates this week, sources tell me and @RapSheet. He didn't show for minicamp in June and it could be quite a while before he's back with the team.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) July 22, 2019Williams' desire for a new contract and dissatisfaction with how the Redskins have handled his medical situation factored into his decision to wait things out, another Night net Network report stated.  He recently underwent a procedure to have a tumor removed from his head and has yet to be cleared to 夜网论坛play.A major storyline to watch for the #Redskins. Dissatisfaction with their handling of his medical situation and his desire for a new contract are among the reasons for one of the top players at his position. https://t.co/BgxCwHNLLF— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 22, 2019When discussing with @MikeGarafolo the exp[......]

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    2021年10月13日 Off

    Night net news and notes: Ezekiel Elliott gets his extension; Antonio Brown finally picks helmet

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  • Night net null null null The day before the start of the regular season was all about contracts, and there could be more to come this week.Meanwhile, one player is taking the opportunity to remind people he's still looking for a job. Three things that matterEzekiel Elliott ends holdout after getting Cowboys extensionJust hours after Jared Goff signed a record-breaking deal with the Rams, Elliott got the contract he's been holding out all offseason for — a six-year deal worth $90 million in new money that included $50 million guaranteed to make him the Night net's highest-paid running back. The 24-year-old returned to Dallas on Tuesday and was back at practice with the team Wednesday for the first time this year. 🔙 in action❕@EzekielElliott | #DallasCowboys pic.twitter.com/AZ3kkLHz6u— Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) September 4, 2019The Cowboys open the regular season against the Giants on Sunday.Antonio Brown has his helmet, but is still left with finesThe Raiders receiver will wear a Xenith Shadow after previously sporting a Schutt AiR Advantage, which was no longer approved by the Night net because it was deemed outdated. Brown said the new h[......]

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    2021年10月12日 Off

    Are the Cowboys in the Night net playoffs? Twitter has the answer — and the jokes

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  • Night net Cowboys Redskins Cowboys v Redskins 夜网论坛 American Football The Cowboys needed a win over the Redskins and a loss by the Eagles to the Giants on Sunday to win the NFC East. Dallas did its part, routing Washington 47-16, but Philly blew out the Giants in the Meadowlands 34-17 to take the division.As the final minutes of the Cowboys' season ticked down, rival fans were already in postseason form with the trolling. Night net PLAYOFF PICTURE: Updated AFC, NFC standings for Week 17For your entertainment: Are the Cowboys going to the playoffs? pic.twitter.com/OS0eKKfOEZ— Night net Memes (@Night net_Memes) December 30, 2019Cowboys fans watching the Eagles clinch: pic.twitter.com/px5OaG7LmX— NBC Sports Philadelphia (@NBCSPhilly) December 30, 2019Cowboys fans: we’re gonna win the nfc east!The eagles practice squad: pic.twitter.com/76jh4QU3Ob— merry mike scott stan🎅☃️ (@MikeScottStan1) December 30, 2019Jason Garrett showing up at the #Cowboys facility tomorrow 🤦‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/eNIGsW84ex— Night net Unwrapped (@Night netunwrapped) December 30, 2019“Who ready[......]

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    2021年10月10日 Off

    Three takeaways from Titans' wild-card playoff upset of Patriots: Tom Brady's future, Derrick Henry's dominance and more

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  • Night net Patriots v Titans Patriots Titans The Patriots played their first wild-card playoff game in 10 years on Saturday night against the Titans. It became their last game of the 2020 Night net playoffs after No. 3-seeded New England was upset, 20-13, by No. 6-seeded Tennessee. With the victory, the Titans advance to a divisional round matchup at the Ravens next Saturday (8:15 p.m. ET, CBS).With the loss, the Patriots won't repeat as Super Bowl champions. They instead will face plenty of questions about whether their future will hold any more rings for coach Bill Belichick, with or potentially without quarterback Tom Brady. MORE: Where will Tom Brady play in 2020?Here are the three most important takeaways from Saturday night's wild-card game in New England. Tom Brady's frustrating season ends with an uncertain future.By every metric, Brady had a shaky 2019 season. With the calendar flipped to 2020 and the stakes raised for the playoffs. he dug deep with a gritty passing performance (20-of-37, 209 yards. INT, no TDs, 5.6 yards per attempt, 59.4 rating), but despite a few jaw-dropping throws, the game mirrored his struggles from the regular s[......]

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    2021年10月9日 Off

    Colin Kaepernick drawing 'legitimate interest' from multiple Night net teams, report says

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  • Night net American Football We know Colin Kaepernick would be on the Chargers' workout list should they decide they want or need to sign another quarterback at some point in 2020. And Los Angeles might not be alone with its interest in the 32-year-old free agent.According to Night net.com's Michael Silver, "there is some legitimate interest from at least a couple of teams." Silver added that he has spoken with one Night net head coach "who is absolutely interested."MORE: The six best fits for Kaepernick in 2020Silver also mentioned medical testing as a complicating factor when it comes to signing Kaepernick because current league rules amid the coronavirus pandemic prohibit such private workouts. "We're looking at a holding pattern creeping up toward the start of training camp," he said.Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said during a video media conference with reporters last week that his team has not yet reached out to Kaepernick, but "it would be crazy" not to have Kaepernick on the Chargers' workout list should they decide they need to sign a quarterback."I haven’t spoken with Col夜网论坛in, not sure where he’s at as far in his career, what he wants to do, but Colin definitely fits the style of quarterback for the system that we’re going to be running," Lynn said. "I’m very confident and happy with the three quarterbacks that I have[......]

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    2021年10月8日 Off

    Dolphins' decision to stick with partial attendance shows the football teams in Florida are smarter than the governor

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  • Night net American Football Dolphins At what we only can hope will stand as its peak moment of the pandemic, the state of Florida was home to 15,300 new cases of COVID-19. That was in mid-July. Not quite three months later, new cases have declined by 85 percent. This is encouraging news, viewed in that context.It is not an achievement, though, because we still are talking about more than 2,000 people falling ill with this debilitating and frequently deadly disease. This is not a time to do a choreographed touchdown celebration in the end zone of Hard Rock Stadium. That is not the plan presented Wednesday by Florida’s cartoon governor, Ron DeSantis. No, he wants the celebration to be in the stands. He told Miami talk host Andy Slater that he was removing restrictions on public gatherings and would allow the Dolphins to welcome a capacity crowd of 65,000 the next time they play an Night net game.MORE: Night net COVID-19 case tracker Slater amplified this by saying DeSantis’ spokesperson wished “to make it clear … all Florida stadiums were able to go full capacity.” That potentially would mean 88,548 at the Florida Gators’ Ben Hill Griffin Stadium or 79,560 at Florida State’s Doak Campbell Stadium.The Dolphins said they were remaining a[......]

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    2021年10月7日 Off

    Night net changed its rules after Alex Smith found an accidental loophole

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  • Night net Washington Football Team Steelers Steelers v Washington Football Team The Night net is making some changes after Washington quarterback Alex Smith found an accidental loophole in the Night net rules.According to Football Zebras, a website dedicated to providing analysis on Night net officials and rules, the league sent out a training video to officiating staffs regarding a play that occurred in Washington's win over the Steelers. At the end of the first half, Smith was sacked for a 7-yard loss. With time running out, and no timeouts remaining for Washington, Smith then ran off the field with the football in his hand. Umpire Roy Ellison couldn't get a K-ball (kicking ball), and he couldn't locate another football (since Smith ran off with it), so he called for an administrative delay.Alex Smith runs off with the ball causing an “administrative issue” and stopping the clock to give Washington (+6.5) time to kickpic.twitter.com/bxUef3JNcv— Bet The Pigskin (@betthepigskin) December 7, 2020MORE: Night net picks and predictions for Week 14 This delay gave Washington plenty of time to get its field goal unit on the field and make a 49-yard f[......]

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