Second meeting between NFL owners, Players Coalition has been tabled for Monday
A proposed second meeting between NFL owners and the Players Coalition, tentatively scheduled for Monday, has been tabled.
The sides couldn’t work out the details and are discussing trying again next week, sources told ESPN’s Dan Graziano and Jim Trotter.
Players around the league reacted strongly to McNair’s comment.
The Broncos’ defense is feared, but no one fears their offense right now. Trevor Siemian has thrown three touchdowns and eight interceptions over the past five weeks, with Denver going 1-4 in those games. The only thing scarier than his poor performance? His backup is currently Brock Osweiler.
“We’ve got our guy on the mound tomorrow, and you’re always going to feel excited, positive and confident,” Seager said. “He’s just the best. There’s no other way around it. He’s the best.”
Keuchel was strong against Boston and New York in the American League playoffs, and he dueled Kershaw on even terms for much of the World Series opener before being done in by a two-run homer from Justin Turner. His 6-3 record, 2.26 ERA and .187 batting average against at Minute Maid Park during the regular season suggest Keuchel is right in his sweet spot on the mound in Houston.
We’re nearing the mid-point of another Browns campaign tormented by atrocious quarterback play, which means it’s time to start thinking of who will be the next name on that stupid jersey. I understand your point in this week’s MMQB column about needing more time to assess the college QBs. Let’s assume the Browns are not sold on any of them after doing their due diligence.
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