Veteran wide receiver Golden Tate remains a free agent with training camps getting underway next month and he has his eyes on a few places he’d like to go to continue his career. One of those spots would reunite him with his former quarterback in Detroit. Tate and Matthew Stafford spent four-plus seasons together with [more] … [Read more...] about Golden Tate wouldn’t mind playing with Matthew Stafford again
The Rams are all in. They haven’t have a first-round choice since 2016 and currently don’t have one again until 2024. After finishing seventh in yards and 11th in points in 2019 and 11th in yards and 22nd in points in 2020, the Rams traded for Matthew Stafford this offseason. That has improved the team’s [more] … [Read more...] about Sean McVay: Rams aren’t going to run from expectations
As the NFL celebrates the decision of Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib to disclose his sexuality, it’s important to remember the experience of Michael Sam. Prior to the 2014 draft, Sam announced his own sexuality, making him the first player to announce that he’s gay. Questions still linger as to whether Sam got a fair [more] … [Read more...] about Did Michael Sam get a fair chance in the NFL?
The question has swirled throughout the NFL for the past 24 hours. Who is the “motherf–ker” to whom Tom Brady is referring in his comments regarding a team that lost interest in signing Brady last year because they were “sticking with” the other guy? Speculation has centered on 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, because: (1) Brady [more] … [Read more...] about Who was Tom Brady referring to with his “motherf–ker” remark?
Sean McVay is excited about his new quarterback. The Rams head coach has been pretty clear about that since Los Angeles executed the trade to bring in Matthew Stafford. And after the team finished its offseason program, McVay extolled the quarterback’s on- and off-the-field qualities to Albert Breer of SI.com. “Bro, this dude’s a bad [more] … [Read more...] about Sean McVay: Matthew Stafford is “even better than advertised”