Modern Free Agency as we know it has only been around for 26 years, before Free Agency the NFL’s teams could protect their best players from free agency, basically restricting them from being actually “free”. Then in 1992, the NFLPA sued the NFL for that rule, the suit included four-time Pro Bowler Frank Minnifield, and many other marquee players. The NFLPA won the suit, thus doing away with the “restricted free agency” rule and thus changing the NFL forever. In this article, we will go over the top 5 Modern Free Agents. Thus, players like Johnny Unitas after he was cut from the Steelers and signed to the Baltimore Colts are not included. Continue reading →
The Cowboys Legend and future Pro Football HOF’er has decided to hang up his broadcasting mic for football cleats. The Cowboys all-time leader in Receiving Yards and Receptions will return for a 16th season with the Cowboys.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has been charged with a misdemeanour charge of soliciting prostitution according to South Florida Police. A warrant has been issued by South Florida Police and his attorneys have been notified of the issue according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. According to South Florida Police he visited a massage parlor in Jupiter, Florida about a month and a half ago.
Julian Edelman took home Super Bowl LIII MVP after his astounding performance to lead his Patriots to their sixth Super Bowl victory in 18 years. He hauled in ten passes for 141 yards which were good enough to be the first receiver to be named MVP since Santonio Holmes won the award after his Super Bowl XLIII performance.
The Pro Football HOF has announced its class of 2019. It’s a non-surprising class to boot but it includes some all-time great players. The list includes TE Tony Gonzalez, DB Ed Reed, DB Champ Bailey, DB Ty Law, DB Johnny Robinson, C Kevin Mawae, Owner Pat Bowlen, and Executive Gil Brandt. What a class was my first reaction.
James White is one of New Englands many running backs it’s had during the dynasty of the 2000’s, but he may be one of the best to step into the backfield during this dynasty. In this article we’ll go over why he’s the Patriots X-Factor and why he’s one of the most versatile backs playing right now.
Now we’re getting to the juicy bits, all the prolific passers of this era have really changed things for the future of the NFL. Teams are now passing more than ever and running less than ever, like in 2011 when teams that year on average passed 105 more times than they ran the ball, and in 2012, when teams passed on average 120 more times than they ran the ball. The times had changed very noticeably.