When it comes to fashion, our NFL stars might not go all out like their NBA counterparts. If the September issue of GQ is any indication, however, we are going to see more style off the field this season. Here’s the best fashion from Week 1:
Posts Tagged ‘Cam Newton’
Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson is expected to miss three to four weeks. Is C.J. Spiller really worth targeting?
Each week, we’ll take a look at how Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III stack up against the 2011 breakout performance of Cam Newton. ————————————————————————————————————————————– Andrew Luck vs. Cam Newton ————————————————————————————————————————————– In Week 1 against the Chicago Bears, Andrew Luck completed 50% of his passes and threw three interceptions, but still managed to pass for 309 yards. The Bears won, 41-21. It is only week one and Andrew Luck has all the tools to improve his playmaking ability and keep the Colts in the game. Game highlight below. The Verdict: Compared to Cam Newton’s debut the offensive line made all the difference. See for yourself. Week 1 Passing Yards: Andrew Luck passed for over 300+ yards becoming the third rookie to do […]
Posted: Monday, September 10th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Robert Griffin III, Aaron Rodgers, Alfred Morris, Cam Newton, Chris Johnson, DeAngelo Williams, Drew Brees, Hulk Hogan, King Kong Bundy, Matthew Stafford, Michael Bush, Michael Turner, Mike Shanahan, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Wes Welker
So let me see if I have this straight, Mike Shanahan said Alfred Morris was going to start for his team and then he went out and had the most carries of the weekend? Surprisingly, that’s not the biggest Washington Redskins’ story of the weekend.
Doug Williams became the first post-merger African-American quarterback selected in round one of the NFL draft in 1978 when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers grabbed the Grambling State signal caller with the 17th pick.
Cam Newton and Robert Griffin III were drafted No. 1 and No. 2 overall, respectively, in the past two NFL drafts.
Expectations for Andrew Luck are high, but can he match Cam Newton 2011 season.
Michael Vick is on record supporting comparisons between himself and Robert Griffin III. RG3’s Washington Redskins teammate, London Fletcher, agrees with that assessment and adds one more player to the evaluation.
Posted: Monday, July 30th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Eli Manning, Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger, Cam Newton, Drew Brees, Matthew Stafford, Michael Vick, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Tom Brady, Tony Romo
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning caused a stir prior to last season when he told the world he was an elite quarterback. Eli, of course, proved his doubters wrong when he was selected as MVP of Super Bowl XLVI — the second of his NFL career.
Cam Newton is the latest Carolina Panther to back up Ryan Kalil‘s Super Bowl guarantee. The quarterback says the team is doing their part and giving the center “110 percent.”
We here at NFL Network and NFL.com are getting around. Just check where I’ve been the last few days. To that end, we’re hitting 32 training camps and offering reports on each of them. These training camp reports, kinda like postcards, will all be the same format. A relaxed, kinda cool way to keep you informed on what’s going on in training camp. The first one I did came from the first place I was… even if I actually covered a pre-training camp workout at the Panthers facility. They move into Wofford College today. What did I see from the Panthers? Lots of optimism, and lots of reason to be optimistic. Check out my NFL.com training camp report.
And we’re off! Training Camp 2012 has begun… kinda. I’m in Charlotte getting ready to head over to the stadium to watch QB Cam Newton throw with a group of young receivers. They have a three-day mini-camp before camp actually begins at Wofford College, and that’s in Charlotte today. That’s where I’ll be. You’ll be able to watch portions of this practice on NFL Network, and I’ll be on bright and early to talk about it. There will be a bunch of guys you won’t recognize, but you’ll notice the dude who was named NFL rookie of the year. He’s doing his part to help everyone get acclimated to him by showing up at this passing camp and getting to […]
NFL Fantasy LIVE’s Jason Smith breaks down his expert league mock draft selections.
Jamaal Charles is ready to return with a vengeance. He’s not the only running back in Kansas City that could help your fantasy team.
If Ray Rice holds out of training camp to land a new contract, it could put a dent into his lofty fantasy appeal.
Andrew Luck will make an appearance on the “Late Show with David Letterman” just before he is the first player selected in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft on Thursday night. In honor of Luck’s stop at the Ed Sullivan Theater, we dug up a few of the best moments from top picks appearing on the Late Show.