[Lazar] All the love Brady and Brees get is warranted but what Frank Gore is doing is crazy. Age 35 and still rushing for 100 yards in games. Players with 100-yard rushing games at age 35 or older: John Riggins Marcus Allen Emmitt Smith Bill Brown MacArthur Lane And now Frank Gore...
Emmanuel Sanders calls out Broncos fans. "I don't respect what they do in the stadium in terms of booing. Especially in the Case situation. Case comes in every single day and busts his butt. He goes out and plays, they're supposed to provide momentum for us. We don't want to hear boos."
[Wickersham] A major discussion topic among NFL owners/executives at this week’s league meetings is the Chargers’ viability in LA. PSL sales have been a struggle and team is expected to revise its Inglewood revenue goals sharply to a more realistic number: $400m to around $150m, per sources
Summary of the first 3 released parts of the Boston Globe’s Aaron Нernandez spotlight. Details his upbringing, sexuality, criminal connections, and relations with Patriots teammates (Brady, Gronk, Lloyd, Edelman, Welker, Fletcher, Coach Belichick and McDaniels)
[Breer] Sources: Browns owner Jimmy Haslam was voted on to the now-five-man compensation committee (which determines the commissioner’s pay) this morning. Houston’s Bob McNair and Kansas City’s Clark Hunt are rotating off the committee.
[Russini] I’m also told the Bills haven’t decided who will start at QB...There is a feeling in the organization that veteran QB Derek Anderson has to start or Sean McDermott is in danger of losing the locker room after Nathan Peterman’s latest performance
[3 Yards Per Carry] The podcast team that was the first to report that Ryan Tannehill would be Out against Chicago has "learned from multiple sources that quarterback Ryan Tannehill is highly unlikely to play Sunday against the Detroit Lions, as part of a 2-3 week evaluation period."
[Travis] Absolutely insane to me that Tyreek Hill, who only got probation for beating and strangling his pregnant girlfriend, is insisting that the Patriots fan who threw a beer on him should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Mike McCoy not worried about job status. “No offense, but I don’t watch a lot of TV,” McCoy said. “I don’t read papers. I don’t get on the internet. I’m too busy doing other things, putting plans together."
[Pelissero] #Bills QB Josh Allen received a second opinion on his sprained elbow from Dr. James Andrews, and while he won’t need surgery, the expectation as of now is Allen will miss at least two or three games, then be week-to-week from there, source said.
Patriots Quietly Pulled Off Significant, History-Making Achievement This Week - Their 218 wins since 2000 breaks the 49ers record for most wins in consecutive decades, with 26 more games to add to the record
[Tafur] Gruden was aware of Rashaan Melvin's tweet/unhappiness: "Melvin is on his seventh team. Maybe he is confused about what technique he is using. He is frustrated. I can't blame him ... He is a good kid."
[Klis] It was not a guarantee so much as Von Miller was irked into a profound prediction: “I wouldn’t say it’s a must win but we’re going to kick their ass though. Make sure you put that out there. We’re going to kick their ass. They’re going to get our best this week.''