One Sleeper Offensive Skill Player From Every NFL Team

Here is a list of one offensive “sleeper” player from every NFL team. Each player is considered in most cases as “under the radar” and also included honorable mentions.

Arizona Cardinals: WR KeeSean Johnson

DeAndre Hopkins has been incredible in his first three games so far. Second-year WR Andy Isabella demonstrated why the team selected him in the 2nd round last year, scoring 2 TDs. Another 2nd-year receiver that would be considered more of the “sleeper” is KeeSean Johnson. He saw a ton of snaps in his debut last week vs. Detroit – 71% of the total snaps, while Isabella only played 40%, and he also had 7 targets, but only finished with 2 receptions.

Hon Mention: RB Chase Edmonds, TE Darrell Daniels

Atlanta Falcons: WR Olamide Zaccheaus

Last week, the second-year WR from the University of Virginia finished second amongst their receivers in total snaps (79%), behind only Calvin Ridley. Zaccheaus finished the game with 4 receptions for 41 yards, and saw 6 targets. Julio Jones was out, and Russell Gage left the game early, but Olamide proved he’s the next man up if one of them were to miss any time.

Hon Mention: RB Brian Hill, WR Brandon Powell

Baltimore Ravens: WR Devin Duvernay

Rookie third-round pick Devin Duvernay was one of the most explosive athletes in this year’s draft, he showed off his 4.39 40-yard time on Monday night when he took a kick return for a touchdown. Duvernay also saw 3 targets and 2 receptions, so Baltimore might want to start utilizing him in their offense going further.

Hon Mention: WR Miles Boykin, RB Gus Edwards, TE Nick Boyle

Buffalo Bills: Gabriel Davis

Rookie 5th-round WR Gabriel Davis has been terrific so far, and is continuing to earn the trust of their coaching staff and QB Josh Allen. Davis finished 2nd behind only Diggs in total snaps for receivers (74%) and had 4 receptions for 81 yards against the Rams.

Hon Mention: TE Tyler Kroft, WR Isaiah McKenzie

Carolina Panthers: RB Reggie Bonnafon

Not many “sleepers” at offense here for the Panthers that are currently producing, but one guy to keep an eye on is RB Reggie Bonnafon. Mike Davis has proved he is the starter going further until McCaffrey return, but Bonnafon is somebody who may start seeing some more snaps.

Hon Mention: TE Ian Thomas, RB Trenton Cannon, WR Seth Roberts

Chicago Bears: Rookie 5th-round WR Darnell Mooney from Tulane University has led all Bears receivers besides Allen Robinson in total snaps this season, and he received 5 targets last week. We’ll see if continues to see targets with Nick Foles now at quarterback.

Cincinnati Bengals: WR Tee Higgins

Rookie 2nd-round WR Tee Higgins has really starting to produce the past two games and has formed a connection with fellow rookie QB Joe Burrow. The former Clemson University star scored 2 touchdowns last week against Philadelphia, and saw 9 targets and led all receivers in total snaps (79%).

Hon Mention: TE Drew Sample, WR Mike Thomas & Auden Tate

Cleveland Browns: TE Harrison Bryant

With the loss of David Njoku on IR, Harrison Bryant, a 4th-round rookie TE from FAU is starting to see an increase amount of playing time every week (42<52<63% snaps). Bryant also scored a touchdown last game vs. Washington.

Hon Mention: WR KhaDarel Hodge

Dallas Cowboys: WR Cedrick Wilson

While TE Dalton Schultz is proving he’s capable of starting and replacing Blake Jarwin, an even more of “sleeper” is third-year WR Cedrick Wilson. Despite playing behind Cooper, Gallup and Lamb; Wilson played an exceptional game last week against Seattle. He had 2 touchdowns and had 5 receptions for 107 yards.

Hon Mention: WR Noah Brown, TE Blake Bell

Denver Broncos: WR KJ Hamler

While WR Tim Patrick did have a touchdown, the guy to keep an eye on is rookie 2nd-round pick KJ Hamler. Hamler is an elite athlete and very explosive when the ball is in his hands. He was dominant in his brief 2-year career at Penn State. He saw 5 targets and led all Denver offensive skill players in total snaps (92%), and this should only continue to increase without Courtland Sutton for the season.

Hon Mention: Tim Patrick

Detroit Lions: WR Quintez Cephus

The Lions #1 WR Kenny Golladay missed the first two games, and with him coming back there really was no “sleeper on the Lions offense. Rookie 5th-round pick Quintez Cephus proved the first two games he’ll be the next man-up if Golladay or Marvin Jones were to miss any time.

Hon Mention: TE Jesse James

Green Bay Packers: TE Robert Tonyan

Packers No. 1 WR Davante Adams missed last game with a hamstring injury, and Allen Lazard filled in and played extremely well. Lazard is not really considered a “sleeper” anymore, so going to instead list Tonyan here. The former college receiver – now transitioned to a tight end has played well, scoring a touchdown each of the past two games and leading all GB TEs in snaps.

Hon Mention: TE Jace Sternberger & RB Tyler Ervin

Houston Texans: TE Jordan Akins

Akins has been impressive so far this season, and he definitely appears to have upper-hand over the veteran Darren Fells right now – earning Watson’s trust. Randall Cobb is a household name, but seems to be forgotten in this offense, but he played very well last game.

Hon Mention: RB C.J. Prosise

Indianapolis Colts: TE Mo Allie-Cox

Allie-Cox has played turning heads the past two games, and it seems that he may have earned the starting spot over veteran Jack Doyle – who has been dealing with an injury.

Hon Mention: RB Jordan Wilkins & WR Daurice Fountain

Jacksonville Jaguars: WR Collin Johnson

Undrafted rookie RB James Robinson is starting to become a household name, especially in the fantasy community. A sleeper to keep an eye on in the future is the gigantic 6’6″ rookie 5th-round WR Collin Johnson. He saw 30% of the snaps last week and dropped a potential touchdown on a fade route, but it appears he may have some opportunities going further.

Hon Mention: TE James O’Shaughnessy

Kansas City Chiefs: WR Mecole Hardman

The Chiefs don’t really have a “sleeper” on offense. Everybody knows Mahomes, Hill, Kelce, Edwards-Helaire, and the only other person that has contributed on offense is 2nd-year speedster Mecole Hardman. Hardman is not really a “sleeper”, but with so many weapons in this offense, he tends to be forgotten about.

Hon Mention: RB Darwin Thompson

Los Angeles Chargers: WR Jalen Guyton

Rookie 4th-round pick Joshua Kelley has been extremely impressive so far this season. He’s played well enough the past three weeks that he’s not even considered a “sleeper” anymore, and so we’re going to chose Jalen Guyton. Guyton scored a touchdown already this season, and received the 2nd most snaps among their receivers last game (81%), so he’ll continue to have opportunities.

Hon Mention: WR K.J. Hill

Los Angeles Rams: WR Josh Reynolds

RB Darrell Henderson is really not considered a “sleeper”, but he’s played very well the past two games, so that should be noted. A played that hasn’t made a ton of noise, but continues to see a ton of snaps is WR Josh Reynolds. He played in 90% of the snaps against Buffalo last week, and had 4 receptions for 60 yards

Las Vegas Raiders: TE Foster Moreau

The second-year TE has a lot of talent, but has been competing for snaps in a crowded tight end room the past two years. Moreau is finally starting to see the field more, he scored a touchdown last game against New England. If he can see consistent playing time, he could be a productive part of their offensive going further.

Miami Dolphins: RB Myles Gaskin

Gaskin is on the teetering edge of no longer considered a “sleeper”. This is not looking like a RB by committee backfield by any means. Gaskin is the bellcow, he proved that last Thursday night where he had 5 receptions and 22 carries.

Hon Mention: TE Durham Smythe, WRs Isaiah Ford & Jakeem Grant

Minnesota Vikings: WR Justin Jefferson

There really is no “sleeper” in Minnesota’s offense, or at least that has shown anything so far this season. Justin Jefferson isn’t considered a “sleeper” but his breakout performance of 7 Rec-175 Yds-2 TD came out of nowhere. Even though he was just a first-round pick and dominated last year at LSU (100+ Rec/18 TD), nobody saw this coming so soon.

Hon Mention: TE Irv Smith Jr. & WR Chad Beebe

New England Patriots: WR Damiere Byrd

RB Rex Burkhead played incredible last game against Las Vegas, scoring 3 TD and had 7 receptions. It’s hard to consider Burkhead a “sleeper” especially with how he has been on the same championship team for multiple seasons. So instead, going to choose Damiere Byrd who has quietly proved he’s their starting slot receiver. He only had 3 catches last week, but the week prior he had 6 receptions for 72 yards against Seattle on 9 targets.

Hon Mention: RB J.J. Taylor & TE Ryan Izzo

New Orleans Saints: WR Tre’Quan Smith

Third-year WR Tre’Quan Smith is starting to finally breakout this season. Now that he has received more opportunities with Michael Thomas out. He played 100% of the snaps on Monday night, and the last two games combined he’s received 13 targets; where 9 of them have been catches for 128 yards.

Hon Mention: TE Adam Trautman & WR Deonte Harris

New York Giants: RB Wayne Gallman

To be honest, this might have been the hardest to choose so far.. Nobody on this offense has really stood out besides 2nd-year wideout Darius Slayton (who is not a “sleeper”). Going to chose Gallman because veteran RBs Devonta Freeman and Dion Lewis did nothing in replacing Barkley last week. Gallman at least proved last year that he’s serviceable when called upon with Barkley out, so if Freeman doesn’t step up, this could be Gallman’s backfield.

Hon Mention: TE Kaden Smith, WR Damion Ratley and C.J. Board

New York Jets: WR Lawrence Cager

The Jets don’t have much to be really proud about on offense this season.. One guy to keep an eye on is rookie undrafted free agent WR Lawrence Cager. He had 2 receptions for 35 yards, with 4 targets. Don’t be surprised if Cager continues carving out a role on their offense throughout the course of this season. Having a preseason potentially could of improved Cager’s chances of seeing the field even quicker than last week.

Philadelphia Eagles: WR Greg Ward

Due to the injuries of Eagles receivers Alshon Jeffrey and first-round pick Jalen Reagor, Greg Ward and rookie 5th-round speedster John Hightower have received a ton of playing time. Ward, formerly was a very productive college QB a few years ago at Houston, has now transitioned to a reciever the past few seasons in Philly. He had 11 targets last game, catching 8 passes for 72 yards and a touchdown.

Hon Mention: WRs John Hightower & Deontay Burnett, RB Boston Scott

Pittsburgh Steelers: WR Chase Claypool

Rookie 2nd-round pick out of Notre Dame Chase Claypool has demonstrated he’s a matchup nightmare for defenses. They already have three talented young recievers in Smith-Schuster, Johnson and Washington, but now adding a 6’4″ receiver that ran a 4.42 40-yard dash and had a vertical jump of 40.5″ at the NFL combine.

Hon Mention: RB Anthony McFarland Jr.

San Francisco 49ers: RB Jeff Wilson

The 49ers have been dealing with a plethora of injuries over the past few weeks, especially to key players. With RBs Raheem Mostert and Tevin Coleman missing time, it was Wilson and McKinnon’s time to shine. Wilson scored 2 touchdowns and had 3 receptions for 54 yards.

Hon Mention: TE Ross Dwelley, WR Trent Taylor, RB Ja’Mycal Hasty

Seattle Seahawks: RB Travis Homer

It’s tough to find a “sleeper” on this offense as their offense is centered around MVP favorite Russell Wilson and wide-outs Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf. Starting RB Chris Carson got hurt last game against Dallas, so if he were to miss time this would be an opportunity for Homer to have a lot of opportunities alongside veteran Carlos Hyde.

Hon Mention: WRs David Moore & Freddie Swain, TEs Will Dissly & Jacob Hollister

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: WR Scotty Miller

The speedy second-year WR Scotty Miller has been very impressive so far, and is starting to find a connection with Tom Brady. Miller had 3 catches for 83 receiving yards, one of his catches was spectacular. Chris Godwin is expected to miss a few games due to a hamstring injury, which would increase Miller’s usage.

Tennessee Titans: WR Kalif Raymond

The speedy veteran receiver Kalif Raymond has been impressive so far, he had a huge game last week, he had 3 catches for 118 yards.

Hon Mention: RB Darrynton Evans, TE Anthony Firkser, WR Cam Baston

Washington Football Team: WR Dontrelle Inman

The veteran Inman who spent the majority of his career with the Chargers, he’s been a reliable starter on the other side of Terry McLaurin. He scored twice last game against Cleveland, and had 8 targets thrown his way.

Hon Mention: WR Antonio Gandy-Golden & Isaiah Wright

One Key Week 1 Fantasy Stat From Every NFL Team

Arizona Cardinals: Newly acquired All-Pro WR DeAndre Hopkins received a whopping 16 targets against San Francisco, no other AZ player received more than 5 targets. Hopkins finished Week 1 with 2nd most targets in the league; trailing only Packers WR Davante Adams by one target.

Atlanta Falcons: Despite losing in Week 1, the Falcons manage to have three wide receivers record over 100 receiving yards. The one surprise was Russell Gage who received 12 targets, the same amount as teammates Julio Jones & Calvin Ridley.

Baltimore Ravens: Former Ohio State standout rookie RB J.K. Dobbins received the most touches of any Baltimore RB with 14, and received more snaps than presumed starter Mark Ingram.

Buffalo Bills: The Bills have two talented young running backs in Devin Singletary and Zack Moss, who both split majority of the snaps. Singletary received 51 snaps and Moss had 39.

Carolina Panthers: The Panthers have three very talented wide receivers in D.J. Moore, Curtis Samuel, and newly acquired free agent Robby Anderson who all received a pretty much even share of targets. Moore had 9; Samuel and Anderson each had 8.

Chicago Bears: Rookie 5th-round WR Darnell Mooney received a lot of snaps in his first NFL career game. Mooney received 6 targets and finished second among Chicago receivers in snaps; trailing only Allen Robinson.

Cincinnati Bengals: Veteran WR A.J. Green proved in week one he is their number one target, as he led all players in targets with nine; Tyler Boyd only saw 3 targets.

Cleveland Browns: The Browns have arguably the most talented RB duo in the NFL with Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. Nick Chubb was expected to be their main back, but Hunt received 17 touches on Sunday; which was 6 more than Chubb (11).

Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys have three very talented receivers with Cooper, Gallup and Lamb.. Surprisingly, rookie CeeDee Lamb received the most snaps in Week 1 with 84 snaps; Gallup had 69 and Cooper had 68.

Denver Broncos: Rookie 1st-round WR Jerry Jeudy demonstrated the talents we all saw at Alabama, and he led all Broncos’ receivers with 8 targets.

Detroit Lions: The Lions #1 WR Kenny Golladay missed last game, and surprisingly rookie 5th-round WR Quintez Cephus led all Lions’ receivers with 10 targets, but only had 3 receptions.

Green Bay Packers: Green Bay drafted rookie RB A.J. Dillon in the second round, despite having Aaron Jones who led the NFL in rushing touchdowns last season. Aaron Jones proved he is still their bell cow back as he received 20 touches, while Dillon received 2 and Jamaal Williams received 11.

Houston Texans: TE Jordan Akins received 23 more snaps than projected started Darren Fells – Akins (48 snaps) > Fells (25 snaps).

Indianapolis Colts: RB Marlon Mack left last game after suffering a torn Achilles and will miss the remainder of the season. Rookie 2nd-round RB Jonathan Taylor and the elusive Nyheim Hines each received 15 touches in week one, so expect both of them to share time and receive a lot of work.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Undrafted rookie RB James Robinson out of Illinois State proved he’s without a doubt their starting running back going further. Robinson received 24 touches, while the only other RB to receive a touch was Chris Thompson who only received two touches.

Kansas City Chiefs: WR Sammy Watkins has a lot of talent and is a notable name, but he’s somehow forgotten in this offense because they’re is so damn talented. Watkins had a very impressive Week 1 performance; leading all Chiefs receivers with 8 targets.

Los Angeles Chargers: The Chargers starting RB Austin Ekeler is poised to have another breakout season, but with the departure of Melvin Gordon, the question is who will step up to be their #2 back? The answer to that question appears to be rookie 4th-round pick Joshua Kelley, who received 12 touches and scored a touchdown, while his competition for carries Justin Jackson only received 2 touches.

Los Angeles Rams: With the departure of Todd Gurley, there have been many fantasy owners questioning who the feature back for the Rams would be. After their SNF win against Dallas, it appears veteran RB Malcolm Brown has the upper-hand after scoring 2 rushing touchdowns, leading all backs with 21 touches. Also, keep an eye on rookie 2nd-round pick Cam Akers who received 15 touches.

Las Vegas Raiders: Second-year RB Josh Jacobs had a very dominant game against Carolina, scoring 3 rushing touchdowns. The key stat for his performance that should speak volumes on his potential for this season; is that he received 12 targets. The lack of targets Jacobs that received in his rookie year was a major concern for fantasy owners who were debating whether to select him in the last first round. To put this into perspective how significant this is, Jacobs only received 27 targets his ENTIRE rookie season. The most he ever received in a game was 5, and he already saw 12 his first game, so he’s almost half way at his total from last season..

Miami Dolphins: Despite how they added Jordan Howard & Matt Breida in the offseason, last year’s 7th-round pick Myles Gaskin was their feature back in Week One. He received 39 snaps and led all running backs with 13 touches, while Howard and Breida only combined for 23 total snaps.

Minnesota Vikings: Second-year RB Alexander Mattison surprisingly took a lot of touches away from Dalvin Cook in Week One; Mattison only received 3 less touches than Cook, and had 2 more targets than Cook.

New England Patriots: Rookie undrafted RB J.J. Taylor tied Sony Michel for the most touches for a NE RB in week one, while James White and Rex Burkhead also split time with them.

New Orleans Saints: Newly acquired free agent Emmanuel Sanders did not waste any time contributing in this offense, as he score a touchdown and tied Thomas for the most WR targets with 5, and now Thomas is expected to miss a few weeks.

New York Giants: Second-year WR Darius Slayton looked very solid in his sophomore season debut against Pittsburgh scoring 2 touchdowns and receiving a team-high 9 targets. It’s a good to see Slayon take advantage of an opportunity with Golden Tate out.

New York Jets: There were not too many bright spots whatsoever for the Jets in their loss against Buffalo. The one bright spot was the always reliable veteran slot receiver Jamison Crowder – who received 13 targets and capitalized on them.

Philadelphia Eagles: With a lot of injuries including starting RB Miles Sanders and WR Alshon Jeffrey, there were a couple notable key stats to highlight, but since we’re just listing one it would have to be the emergence of rookie 1st-round WR Jalen Reagor. Reagor, led all receivers with 8 targets and looked very impressive, especially considering he is recovering from a preseason injury.

Pittsburgh Steelers: RB James Conner left the game early with an injury and 2nd-year RB Benny Snell Jr. looked very impressive stepping in place racking up over 100 rushing yards. Snell Jr. received 19 touches and should be a must-add waiver wire pickup heading into Week 2.

San Francisco 49ers: RB Raheem Mostert proved he is their go-to starting back as he led all backs with 19 touches and 37 snaps.

Seattle Seahawks: Seattle’s new running back duo Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde both looked very solid together, each scoring touchdowns. Carson received 28 snaps and 12 touches, Hyde had 21 snaps and 7 touches.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Second-year WR Scotty Miller received 6 targets which was 2 more than Mike Evans, who had to deal with a hamstring injury and CB Marcus Lattimore matched up against him.

Tennessee Titans: Former top-10 pick WR Corey Davis who was hampered by a groin injury throughout last season tied 2nd-year standout receiver A.J. Brown with 8 targets.

Washington Football Team: Looking for a sleeper waiver wire TE to add going into this week? Look no further than Logan Thomas, a former Virginia Tech QB – who after several years transitioning to tight end in the NFL, now earned a starting job here in Washington. Thomas received 8 targets and scored a TD in his debut.

Deion Sanders is Joining Barstool Sports

Former NFL Hall of Fame cornerback Deion “Prime” Sanders has officially announced he has joined Barstool Sports, according to Barstool Sports podcast Pardon My Take.

This news comes just one day after John Ourand from Sports Business Journals reported that Sanders is leaving NFL Network. Since 2006, Prime has been an on-air NFL analyst for the NFL Network for the past 14 years. His contract with NFL Network had expired and now is moving on to join Barstool Sports.

During the Pardon My Take episode, co-host Dan “Big Cat” Katz preview during the introduction of the interview about what Sanders role at Barstool will look like.

Deion will be launching his own podcast through Barstool called, ’21st & Prime’.

He also will be contributing in several other areas for Barstool, such as covering the NFL with film breakdowns which will include former NFL players, and will appear weekly on Pardon My Take for 15-min recaps after NFL Sundays.

There’s no question, this is a major addition for Barstool Sports. Adding Prime to their team will immediately open plenty of new doors – especially when it comes to covering the NFL. Barstool has demonstrated that have strong connections with some a ton of current and former NFL players, but adding Sanders opens up a pipeline of possible new connections. The biggest reason why this is a huge success for Barstool, is that they now have the expertise from somebody who is considered one of the greatest player in NFL history, and arguably one of the greatest athletes of all-time.

This is not the first time Barstool has hired a former or current NFL player. Most notably former employee and Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee, who retired from the NFL and immediately announced he is joining Barstool. Since McAfee left, they currently have at least three current or former NFL players on their roster. Former NFL offensive linemen and Barstool Breakfast co-host Willie Colon and most recently Bussin with the Boys co-hosts Taylor Lewan (Tennessee Titans left tackle), and veteran free agent linebacker Will Compton (played last year for the Raiders).

Sanders will now have the opportunity through Barstool’s platform to freely speak his mind and offer his opinion without having being restricted by a cable television network. He will be able to discuss what’s going on and off the field. This ultimately will be such a unique opportunity for listeners, most importantly the younger generation of athletes. They will receive unfiltered advice from the perspective of one a legend.

The impact of this move from Barstool Sports is quite significant, one that ultimately could start shifting the landscape in sports media. Fans are increasingly getting tired of reading filtered-out content from the same media outlets. Perhaps this could influence other former professional athletes to join smaller platforms, or start their own, because there will able where they can share their unfiltered opinion.

2020 Fantasy Football Breakout Candidate: Steven Sims Jr.

There is a lot of uncertainty in Washington D.C. – as they announced on Monday that they are removing the team name. The latest news in Washington today actually does not have to do with the team name for once, but unfortunately it is still not positive news. WR Kelvin Harmon – who was selected in the 6th round of last year’s 2019 NFL Draft, tore his ACL during camp and will miss the entire 2020 regular season, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Harmon, was a highly-productive player out of NC State, he recorded 30 receptions for 365 yards in 8 starts. It’s a huge disappointment for Washington, as Harmon was a strong candidate to potentially start on the opposite side of another rookie from last year; Terry McLaurin

Now that Harmon is out for the entire season, the question is who will be the player to capitalize on the opportunity and be the breakout fantasy player, that is not named Terry McLaurin. 

Steven Sims Jr.

Steven Sims Jr. was another rookie from last year, but the only difference was he went undrafted out of the University of Kansas. Sims Jr. burst onto the scene last year for Washington, demonstrating his elite athletic ability. It seemed like every Sunday if you were watching the NFL RedZone last season, host Scott Hanson would show a quick highlight of Sims Jr. busting out a huge touchdown out of nowhere.

When you look at Steven Sims receiving numbers from last season – 34 receptions, 310 yards, 4 touchdowns.. it might not appear to be anything special, but when you look into it more there’s a lot to like.. 

Last year’s first-round pick QB Dwayne Haskins started seven games last season (Week 9-16). 

Before Haskins started (1st 8 Games): 

Sims: 9 REC-33 YDS-0 TD.

Games Haskins Started (Final 8 Games, The Last Game Haskins didn’t start): 

25 REC-277 YDS-4 TD

Sims Final 3 weeks (all division games):

5 REC-45 YDS-1 TD (11 Targets) against Philadelphia Eagles

6 REC-64 YDS-2 TD (10 Targets) against NY Giants

5 REC-81 YDS-1 TD (8 Targets) against Dallas Cowboys.

Sims Jr. had some very impressive games last season for Washington, and with a full season as Haskins as a starter, he really could be the breakout fantasy player for them. Not to mention, Sims Jr. also was an extremely dynamic kick returner last season, recording 819 yards and 1 touchdown on 32 returns (25.6 avg.).

The competition for playing time is pretty open for Sims, especially now with the loss of Harmon, he really should have a chance to receive a ton of targets in this offense. Terry McLaurin will obviously be the No. 1 receiver, Trey Quinn will see time in the slot, and his only real other competition for snaps is free agent signing rookie 4th-round pick Antonio Gandy-Golden (who is a completely different type of receiver), and Cody Latimer (who just was arrested in May).

Keep your eye on Steven Sims!

Top 10 Revenge Games of the 2020 NFL Regular Season

The 2020 NFL Regular Season schedule has officially been released. We’re here to provide you with the Top 10 Revenge Games for the 2020 regular season, as well as some honorable mentions.

1. Odell Beckham Jr. vs. New York Giants 


This game is our No. 1 Revenge Game of the Year for a couple of different reasons. The main reason is of course, Odell Beckham Jr. return to MetLife Stadium. While it’s unclear whether or not there will be fans in attendance, one thing for sure is that this game will be MUST WATCH TV. It was only just a few years ago, when OBJ was the face of the NY Giants and NY sports, where that ended once Giants GM Dave Gettleman traded him to the Browns last offseason.

In addition to Odell going to Cleveland, the Giants included pass-rusher Oliver Vernon in the trade, meanwhile the Giants received a 1st-round pick, as well as former 1st-round safety Jabril Peppers and starting right guard Kevin Zeitler. Odell, Vernon, Peppers, and Zeitler will all play against their former team for the first time. Another player in a revenge game is Giants WR Corey Coleman, a former Cleveland 2016 first-round pick.

The last two reasons why this is the number one revenge game of the year; Baker Mayfield started a feud with the Giants organization last season, taking shots at their fan base in direct response about the Beckham trade.

“He’s here (in Cleveland) to play in front of fans who actually care, who will actually show up to every game and pack the stadium and love him for who he is.”Mayfield on reaction on Beckham trade (USA Today).

Last, but not least, the Giants new TE coach is none other than the Browns most recent former head coach; Freddie Kitchens.

2. Jimmy Garoppolo vs. New England Patriots

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Tom Brady has moved on to Tampa Bay, and now the new quarterback and replacement for Brady in New England is unclear. Jarrett Stidham appears to be the favorite to start, but one guy that’s quite familiar with the possibility of replacing Brady is San Francisco 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo.

There was a lot of chatter surrounding the Patriots in the past that Bill Belichick regretted trading Jimmy G, and that it was something that he never completely wanted to do. Jimmy G might be the “one that got away” for Bill, he just came off a Super Bowl loss, and defeating Bill Belichick would be a great way to show him what he could’ve had.

3. Jason Garrett vs. Dallas Cowboys x2

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The new offensive coordinator for the New York Giants is Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett. This revenge game speaks for itself.. We’ll have the pleasure of catching this twice a season, as Garrett will look to take down his former team led by new head coach Mike McCarthy.

4. Ron Rivera vs. Carolina Panthers


The same narrative for Garrett goes here for Riverboat Ron. Rivera was fired by the Panthers after taking them to a Super Bowl and having one of the best records of the past decade. It’s a new era in Washington D.C. and Rivera is looking to start it off the right way by defeating his former team led by his dominant defensive front.

5. Melvin Gordon vs. Los Angeles Chargers/Chris Harris Jr. vs. Denver Broncos:


In recent years, we’ve seen a ton of NFL contract holdouts right before the start of the regular season. There have been players that have done this very successful; using their leverage to earn a higher contract. While on the other side, there are others we’ve seen become a very ugly situation, and that’s exactly what happened with these next two revenge games…

Former 2016 first-round pick Melvin Gordon was nothing but productive his first 3 years with the Chargers, so last year while entering his final-year of his rookie contract he sat and out and it completely backfired.

Gordon did not receive anywhere near the value he expected, ultimately signing a 2-year, $18M deal with the division-rival Denver Broncos. Now, twice a season we get to see Gordon against his former team, and the same goes for All-Pro CB Chris Harris Jr. who signed with the Chargers this offseason.

6. Trent Williams vs. Washington Redskins


The Washington Redskins finally traded 7x Pro Bowl LT Trent Williams during the NFL Draft, in exchange for a 2020 5th-round pick. Williams was arguably one of the most dominant offensive tackles in the past 20 years, he earned seven-straight Pro Bowl selections and anchored an offensive line for the past decade.

Williams demanded a trade after he lost all trust he had in Washington’s medical staff, he revealed he had cancer after the staff misdiagnosing him. Washington did not accept his request for the past year, forcing him to sit out the entire 2019 season. Now Williams is the starting LT for the NFC Champs, replacing veteran OT Joe Staley, and he gets his revenge against his former team.

7. Teddy Bridgewater vs. Minnesota Vikings/New Orleans Saints


Is third time the charm? Teddy Bridgewater at age 27 now joins his third NFL team, signing a 3-year, $63 million contract with the Panthers. Almost 1/4 of his games this year will be against one of his former team, as he plays the Vikings and Saints twice.

8. Atlanta Falcons vs. Tom Brady x2


The Atlanta Falcons are still trying to get over their 28-3 blown lead in the Super Bowl vs. the New England Patriots.. One thing that sure can help cope with getting over that loss is defeating Tom Brady. Well, looks like Matty Ice and the boys will have at least two more opportunities to conquer that this season..

9. Calais Campbell vs. Jacksonville Jaguars


With the amount of star players the Jacksonville Jaguars have released the past couple of seasons since their AFC Championship loss, it’s totally not surprising that you’ll see a couple of potential revenge game lined up on the schedule.

Calais Campbell was traded this offseason to the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for a 2020 5th-round pick. Campbell immediately upgrades Baltimore’s much needed interior defensive attack, which got shredded for 180+ rushing yards to Tennessee Titans RB Derrick Henry in the AFC playoffs.

10. Joe Burrow vs. Dwayne Haskins:


This isn’t a “hateful” revenge game, the two of them are most likely good friends, but there is definitely a bit of some revenge narrative here for Joe Burrow. Before Burrow won a National Championship and Heisman Trophy award at LSU, he was the backup QB for Ohio State. He got beat out by Haskins, which ultimately was the reason why he transferred to LSU.

Like mentioned above, the two of them are probably good friends, but I’d imagine there has to be some sort of chip on Burrow’s shoulders about re-trying to prove that he’s better than Haskins. The two of them will face off in the regular season for the first time as opposite teammates.

Honorable Mentions:

Here are some honorable mentions to include because some of these games are unclear if the game could happen; due to whether a QB will be the starter or not, and while some just missed the list.

Some of these games ultimately may never happen due to a player being the backup quarterback and that he’s most likely not actually playing in the game, but still want to mention them because they would be HUGE revenge game narratives if they occurred.

Andy Dalton vs. Cincinnati Bengals:

Obviously Dak Prescott is the starter, but if something were to happen forcing Dalton to start this game, it arguably would make this one of the top revenge games of 2020. Dalton spent nine seasons as the Bengals starter, and this would face him up against his succeeder; No. 1 overall pick Joe Burrow.

Jameis Winston vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers x2:

Former 2014 No. 1 overall pick Jameis Winston just spent the past five years as the Bucs starting QB, and while it’s unlikely he’ll get this opportunity to face his former team, you never know.. Teddy Bridgewater did start five games for them last year due to Brees hand injury, but barring injury we might not get this one unfortunately.

Nick Foles vs. Jacksonville Jaguars:

The Jaguars acquired former Super Bowl winning MVP QB Nick Foles in the 2019 offseason, and one season later they shipped him to Chicago, handing the keys over to fan-favorite Gardner Minshew. While it’s unclear if Foles will be the starter, there is definitely a good chance he could beat out Mitch Trubisky for the starter, making this revenge game very intriguing and possible.

Jurrell Casey vs. Tennessee Titans:

5x Pro Bowl DT Jurrell Casey played nine seasons for the Titans. He was traded to the Denver Broncos, in exchange for a 2020 7th-round pick. Now, Casey receives an opportunity in the first game of the season against his former squad.

Emmanuel Sanders vs. Denver Broncos & San Francisco 49ers:

Emmanuel Sanders spent six years with the Broncos, where he won Super Bowl 50. He then got traded last season during the year to the San Francisco 49ers, where he lost the Super Bowl. Now he receives the opportunity to play both of his two former teams during the regular season.

Myles Garrett vs. Pittsburgh Steelers:

No need to explain this one…

Justin Herbert vs. Miami Dolphins:

Miami Dolphins had the opportunity to select Herbert at No. 5 overall but went with Tua Tagovailoa. Perfect chance for Herbert to seek revenge on the Miami organization and prove he’s a better QB. Herbert also gets No. 1 overall-pick Joe Burrow in Week 1.



2020 NFL Final Mock Draft (w/ Trades)

  1. Cincinnati Bengals: QB Joe Burrow (LSU)
  2. Washington Redskins: EDGE Chase Young (Ohio State)
  3. Los Angeles Chargers (Projected Trade w/ Detroit Lions): QB Justin Herbert (Oregon) 
  4. New York Giants: CB Jeffrey Okudah (Ohio State)
  5. Las Vegas Raiders (Projected Trade w/ Miami Dolphins): QB Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama)
  6. Detroit Lions (Projected Trade w/ Los Angeles Chargers): LB Isaiah Simmons (Clemson)
  7. Miami Dolphins (Projected Trade w/ Carolina Panthers, using the #12 pick (from trading back w/ OAK): OT Jedrick Wills Jr. (Alabama)
  8. Arizona Cardinals: OT Tristan Wirfs (Iowa)
  9. Jacksonville Jaguars: CB C.J. Henderson (Florida)
  10. Cleveland Browns: OT Andrew Thomas (Georgia)
  11. Atlanta Falcons: (Trade w/ NY Jets): DT Derrick Brown (Auburn)
  12. Carolina Panthers (Trade w/ Miami Dolphins, Raiders original pick): OT Mekhi Becton (Louisville) 
  13. San Francisco 49ers: WR Jerry Jeudy (Alabama)
  14. Minnesota Vikings: (Trade w/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers): WR CeeDee Lamb (Oklahoma)
  15. Denver Broncos: WR Henry Ruggs (Alabama)
  16. New York Jets (Trade w/ Atlanta Falcons): EDGE K’Lavon Chaisson (LSU)
  17. Dallas Cowboys: CB Kristian Fulton (LSU)
  18. Miami Dolphins: QB Jordan Love (Utah State)
  19. Miami Dolphins (Projected Trade w/ Raiders for the #5 overall pick, includes OAK #12 pick): S Xavier McKinney (Alabama)
  20. Jacksonville Jaguars: DT Javon Kinlaw (South Carolina)
  21. Philadelphia Eagles: WR Justin Jefferson (LSU)
  22. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Projected Trade w/ Minnesota Vikings): OT Ezra Cleveland (Boise State)
  23. New England Patriots: DE A.J. Epenesa (Iowa)
  24. New Orleans Saints: ILB Patrick Queen (LSU)
  25. Minnesota Vikings: CB Jaylon Johnson (Utah)
  26. Green Bay Packers (Projected Trade w/ Miami Dolphins): WR Denzel Mims (Baylor)
  27. Buffalo Bills (Projected Trade w/ Seattle Seahawks): CB Trevon Diggs (Alabama)
  28. Baltimore Ravens: ILB Kenneth Murray (Oklahoma)
  29. Tennessee Titans: CB A.J. Terrell (Clemson)
  30. Miami Dolphins (Projected Trade w/ Green Bay Packers): RB Jonathan Taylor (Wisconsin)
  31. San Francisco 49ers: G Cesar Ruiz (Michigan)
  32. Kansas City Chiefs: CB Damon Arnette (Ohio State)



Updated Tracker: Top 150 XFL Players Who Could Sign an NFL Contract

The XFL has officially filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and suspended it’s operations. On a positive note, former players of the league now have the opportunity to sign with the NFL.

The league was filled with NFL-caliber players, you can expect over a 100+ players to sign with an NFL team’s preseason 90-man roster – to compete for a spot on a 52-man roster or practice squad.

Here’s a list of a 150 players in the XFL that have the ability to make an NFL 90-man roster. Some of these players have a very great shot at making a final 52-man roster, while many will have to prove themselves again this offseason.

The majority of these players have received at least one opportunity NFL so far in their career. These players either proved themselves in the XFL or have shown enough to at least have a chance to get picked up by an NFL team.

This list is not in ranked order.. It’s mostly randomly typed out, I listed a number next to them to keep track of how many there are. This list will continuously be updated when players get signed to NFL teams. There are some players I did not include on this list that definitely still have a chance. Here’s the list..


Currently there have been 19 former XFL players that have signed an NFL contract.


1. PJ Walker (Houston Rougnecks): Signed two-year deal with the Carolina Panthers.

2. Jordan Ta’amu (St. Louis Battlehawks): Signed with the Kansas City Chiefs.

3. Luis Perez (NY Guardians)

4. Josh Johnson (LA Wildcats)

5. Chad Kanoff (LA Wildcats)

6. Taylor Cornelius (Tampa Bay Vipers)

7. Tyree Jackson (DC Defenders)

8. Cardale Jones (DC Defenders)

9. Quinton Flowers (Tampa Bay Vipers)

Running backs:

10. James Butler (Houston Roughnecks)

11. Jacques Patrick (Tampa Bay Vipers): Signed with the Cincinnati Bengals. 

12. De’Veon Smith (Tampa Bay Vipers)

13. Cameron Artis-Payne (Dallas Renegades)

14. Donnel Pumphrey (DC Defenders)

15. Martez Carter (LA Wildcats)

16. Larry Rose (LA Wildcats)

17. Darius Victor (NY Guardians)

18. Justin Stockton (NY Guardians)

19. Kenneth Farrow (Seattle Dragons)

20. Christine Michael (St. Louis BattleHawks)

21. Matt Jones (St. Louis BattleHawks)

22. Keith Ford (St. Louis BattleHawks)

23. Lance Dunbar (Dallas Renegades)

24. Jhurell Pressley (DC Defenders)

25. Nick Brossette (DC Defenders)

26. Ja’Quan Gardner (Seattle Dragons)

27. Austin Walter (Dallas Renegades)

Wide Receivers:

28. Cam Phillips (Houston Roughnecks)

29. De’Mornay Pierson-El (St. Louis BattleHawks)

30. Kahlil Lewis (Houston Roughnecks)

31. Nelson Spruce (LA Wildcats)

32. Jalen Toliver (Tampa Bay Vipers)

33. Saeed Blacknall (LA Wildcats): Signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

34. Colby Pearson (NY Guardians)

35. Dan Williams (Tampa Bay Vipers)

36. Jordan Smallwood (LA Wildcats)

37. Nick Holley (Houston Roughnecks)

38. Tre McBride (LA Wildcats)

39. Jeff Badet (Dallas Renegades)

40. Flynn Nagel (Dallas Renegades)

41. Deandre Thompkins (DC Defenders)

42. Eli Rogers (DC Defenders)

43. Simmie Cobbs (DC Defenders)

44. Austin Proehl (Seattle Dragons)

45. L’Damian Washington (St. Louis BattleHawks)

46. Dontez Byrd (Seattle Dragons)

47. Josh Crockett (Dallas Renegades)

48. Rashad Ross (DC Defenders)

49. Mekale McKay (NY Guardians)

50. Reece Horn (Tampa Bay Vipers)

51. Alonzo Russell (St. Louis BattleHawks)

52. Keenan Reynolds (Seattle Dragons)

53. Alonzo Moore (Seattle Dragons)

54. Teo Redding (NY Guardians)

Tight Ends:

55. Donald Parham (Dallas Renegades): Signed with the Los Angeles Chargers.

56. Khari Lee (DC Defenders): Signed with the Atlanta Falcons.

57. Jake Powell (NY Guardians)

58. Nick Truesdell (Tampa Bay Vipers)

59. Deandre Goolsby (Tampa Bay Vipers)

60. Marcus Lucas (St. Louis BattleHawks)

61. Brandon Barnes (LA Wildcats)

Offensive Linemen:

62. Martez Ivey (Tampa Bay Vipers)

63. Storm Norton (LA Wildcats): Signed with the Los Angeles Chargers.

64. Pace Murphy (Dallas Renegades)

65. Willie Beavers (Dallas Renegades)

66. Jarron Jones (NY Guardians): Signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

67. Jaelin Robinson (LA Wildcats)

68. Anthony Coyle (NY Guardians): Signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

69. Terry Poole (DC Defenders)

70. Avery Gennesy (Houston Roughnecks)

71. Bruno Reagan (St. Louis BattleHawks)

72. Jordan McCray (Tampa Bay Vipers)

73. Juwann Bushell-Beatty (Houston Roughnecks)

74. John Keenoy (Dallas Renegades): Signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

75. Jerald Foster (Tampa Bay Vipers)

76. Brian Folkerts (St. Louis BattleHawks)

Defensive Linemen:

77. Andrew Ankrah (St. Louis BattleHawks)

78. Cavon Walker (NY Guardians): Signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

79. Tracy Sprinkle (DC Defenders)

80. Marcell Frazier (Seattle Dragons)

81. Kony Ealy (Houston Roughnecks)

82. Jacquies Smith (Tampa Bay Vipers)

83. Jay Bromley (DC Defenders)

84. Gabe Wright (Houston Roughnecks)

85. Casey Sayles (St. Louis BattleHawks)

86. Will Clarke (St. Louis BattleHawks)

87. Elijah Qualls (DC Defenders)

88. Anthony Moten (Seattle Dragons)

89. Gelen Robinson (Dallas Renegades)

90. Shane Bowman (Tampa Bay Vipers)

91. Frank Alexander (Dallas Renegades)

92. Reggie Howard (LA Wildcats)

93. Dewayne Hendrix (St. Louis BattleHawks): Signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

94. Will Sutton (Seattle Dragons)

95. Jarrell Owens (NY Guardians)

96. Nikita Whitlock (Tampa Bay Vipers)

97. Toby Johnson (NY Guardians)


98. DeMarquis Gates (Houston Roughnecks): Signed with Minnesota Vikings.

99. Jonathan Celestin (DC Defenders)

100. Edmond Robinson (Houston Roughnecks): Signed with the Atlanta Falcons.

101. Beniquez Brown (Houston Roughnecks)

102. Steven Johnson (Seattle Dragons)

103. Greer Martini (Dallas Renegades)

104. Ben Heeney (NY Guardians)

105. Terence Garvin (St. Louis BattleHawks)

106. Tegray Scales (Dallas Renegades)

107. Asantay Brown (Dallas Renegades)

108. Cedric Reed (LA Wildcats)

109. Garret Dooley (NY Guardians)

110. D’Juan Hines (NY Guardians)

111. Frank Ginda (NY Guardians)

112. Ray Ray Davidson (Dallas Renegades)

113. LaTroy Lewis (Houston Roughnecks)

114. Lucas Wacha (Tampa Bay Vipers)

115. Jameer Thurman (DC Defenders)


116. Deatrick Nichols (Houston Roughnecks): Signed with New Orleans Saints.

117. Jamar Summers (NY Guardians)

118. Elijah Campbell (DC Defenders)

119. Josh Hawkins (Dallas Renegades): Signed with the Atlanta Falcons.

120. Donatello Brown (Dallas Renegades)

121. Ajene Harris (DC Defenders)

122. Jack Tocho (LA Wildcats)

123. Tarvarus McFadden (Tampa Bay Vipers)

124. Anthoula Kelly (Tampa Bay Vipers)

125. Jeremy Clark (Seattle Dragons)

126. Arrion Springs (LA Wildcats): Signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

127. Dravon Askew-Henry (NY Guardians): Signed with the New York Giants (2-year deal)

128. Darius Hillary (St. Louis BattleHawks)

129. Robert Nelson (St. Louis BattleHawks)

130. Harlan Miller (LA Wildcats)

131. Marko Myers (Seattle Dragons)

132. Saivion Smith (Dallas Renegades): Signed with the Dallas Cowboys.


133. Kenny Robinson (St. Louis BattleHawks)

134. Derron Smith (Dallas Renegades)

135. Marcelis Branch (Tampa Bay Vipers)

136. A.J. Hendy (NY Guardians)

137. Godwin Igwebuike (Seattle Dragons)

138. Micah Hannemann (Tampa Bay Vipers)

139. Will Hill (St. Louis BattleHawks)

140. Tyree Kinnel (DC Defenders): Signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

141. Dexter McCoil (St. Louis BattleHawks)

142. Ahmad Dixon (LA Wildcats)

143. Rahim Moore (DC Defenders)


144. Austin MacGinnis (Dallas Renegades): Signed with the Los Angeles Rams.

145. Taylor Russolino (St. Louis BattleHawks)

146. Matthew McCrane (NY Guardians)


147. Marquette King (St. Louis BattleHawks)

148. Hunter Niswander (DC Defenders)

Long Snappers:

149. Christian Kuntz (Dallas Renegades): Signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

150. Nick Moore (Tampa Bay Vipers): Signed with the Baltimore Ravens


Cleveland Browns Upgrade Offense: Sign TE Austin Hooper & OT Jack Conklin

The Cleveland Browns recently hired new GM Andrew Berry and he did not waste anytime improving the roster.

The Browns immediately upgraded their offense on the first day of free agency – with the signings of TE Austin Hooper & OT Jack Conklin.

Former Falcons 2x Pro Bowl tight end Austin Hooper signed a four-year deal, worth $44 million – making him the highest paid TE in the NFL. Hooper has had a terrific start to his four-year year career; improving in production every season.

Despite playing in 13 games last year due to injury, Hooper still earned a Pro Bowl spot; recording 75 receptions for 787 yards and 6 touchdowns.

It will be intriguing to see if the Browns will move on from former first-round pick TE David Njoku. Njoku, has one-year remaining on his rookie contract and could possibly be traded. The Browns also could choose to retain Njoku and run a 2-TE set.

Former Tennessee Titans offensive right tackle Jack Conklin is a MASSIVE addition – signing to a three-year, $42 million deal. The Browns offensive line was one of the worst in football, and protecting Baker Mayfield has been the focal point this offseason to address.

Conklin, is just 25-years-old and is in the prime of his career. The Browns desperately needed help at both left and right tackle; and this for sure answers one of their issues.

Cleveland also added former Washington Redskins quarterback Case Keenum. Keenum, signed a three-year, $18 million deal with $10M guaranteed. Keenum will provide an insurance backup incase Mayfield gets hurt, but more importantly will be a great mentor for Baker.

The Browns had a tremendous start to free agency – will see if they continue to make smart decisions while they continue to improve their roster going further.

Why the Carolina Panthers Should Sign PJ Walker

There are a lot of questions surrounding the Carolina Panthers quarterback situation. Former 2015 MVP Cam Newton missed the majority of last season due to a Lisfranc fracture. Now, at 31, Cam enters the final-year of his five-year contract, with uncertainty whether he’ll be the Panthers starter.

Carolina moved on from former and current Washington Redskins head coach Ron Rivera. They recently replaced him with Matt Rhule, who just turned around the Baylor University football program; 1-11 in 2017, 7-6 in 2018, and 11-3 last season.

The Panthers organization has publicly declared their commitment to Newton, but you know how it is with the NFL; you can’t believe everything you hear..

The Panthers for all we know could be working on finding a trade partner for Cam Newton, and preparing to replace him in either free agency or the draft. The Panthers pick 7th; so they have a lot of options to consider; such as drafting a quarterback like Justin Herbert or Jordan Love.

No matter what the Panthers decide to do, there is one quarterback that the Panthers should be doing whatever it takes right now…

XFL star QB PJ Walker

The XFL unfortunately announced they had to suspend it’s season this week due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Through the first five weeks, Houston Roughnecks PJ Walker was undoubtedly the MVP of the XFL and face of the league; leading them to a 5-0 record.

Walker had a brief “cup of coffee” in the NFL with the Indianapolis Colts, but now at just 25 he’s more than ready and capable for an opportunity in the NFL.

PJ Walker was a four-year starter at Temple University, where he was coached by no other than Carolina Panthers head coach Matt Rhule.

Walker and Rhule both arrived at Temple the same year in 2013. Their first year together they finished 2-10, but Walker had 20 TD, 8 INT (as a true freshman). In 2014, they went 6-6, but their final two years they had a ton of success; finishing 10-4 and 10-3.

Walker finished as Temple’s all-time leader in wins by a starting quarterback (28), passing yards, passing touchdowns, completions, attempts, total yards and total touchdowns. In 2016, Walker & Rhule led Temple to their first conference title in 49 years and their first ever back-to-back bowl appearances in school history (2015 and 2016).

Rhule & Walker already have an excellent relationship and experienced a ton of success with one another. Walker is not going to demand a crazy amount of money, so this is not something where the Panthers have to fully commit to a high-profile free agent on a long-term massive deal.

Even if the Panthers want to commit to Cam for at least one more year, you can bring Walker in to compete with backups Kyle Allen and Will Grier, which he would definitely be a massive upgrade.



Myles Garrett Officially Reinstated from the NFL

Cleveland Browns DE Myles Garrett has officially been reinstated by the NFL after swinging a helmet at Mason Rudolph’s head.

Garrett’s six-game suspension was the longest suspension for a single on-field incident in NFL history, according to ESPN’s Kevin Seifert.  

We welcome Myles back to our organization with open arms. We know he is grateful to be reinstated, eager to put the past behind him and continue to evolve and grow as a leader,” said new Browns GM Andrew Berry.

After Garrett met with Commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday, it was decided upon that Garrett ultimately demonstrated he deserves a second chance.

Garrett will pretty much be on “probation” from the NFL – if he slips in anyway similar to the Rudolph incident their will be far severe consequences.

It’s a shame Garrett pulled that stunt because he dominating last year/ He recorded 10 sacks and 2 forced fumbles in the 10 games he played in, which would of had him considered for All=Pro honors.

So, it’s official Garrett is back in the NFL after serving a six-game suspension, and we all hope he learned his lesson because there is way too much talent here at 24 years-old to ruin this opportunity.