The most sought-after color commentator in professional football won’t be working with any major networks this upcoming season.
According to the New York Post, Peyton Manning has turned down Fox’s offer to be the lead analyst for Thursday Night Football. This comes after he already turned down ESPN’s offer to take over for Jon Gruden on Monday Night Football.
Both ESPN and Fox saw Manning having similar success to CBS lead analyst Tony Romo.
Now that the first wave of free agency has come and gone, it’s time for NFL teams to begin looking ahead to the 2018 draft and beyond.
In a Week 1 scorching of the New Orleans Saints last season, Bradford threw for 346 yards and three scores. However, a knee injury caused him to miss all but 26 snaps over the rest of the year.
That’s the story of Bradford’s career in a nutshell. He’s missed a staggering 48 games in his eight NFL seasons, including the entire 2014 season and most of last year.
Bradford will now line up behind an offensive line that led the NFC in sacks allowed last year, which suggests it isn’t a matter of if he will get hurt; it’s when. And once he gives way to Mike Glennon, the Cardinals will find themselves knee-deep in their rebuild.
The Lions already have visited with DeMarco Murray and Jonathan Stewart.
Detroit is trying to upgrade a running game that ranked 32nd in the NFL last season, and new Lions coach Matt Patricia coached the defense in New England when Blount ed there.
Blount, 31, gained 766 yards and scored two touchdowns on 173 carries last season. He has 5,881 rushing yards and 51 career touchdowns and has ed Trade Cheap Jerseys in 11 postseason games in his eight seasons.
The Bengals fixed their hole at left tackle by trading for Cordy Glenn, but Tampa Bay Lightning Cheap Jerseys they still have holes up and down the offensive line. Essentially every spot except left guard is up for grabs, and center Russell Bodine remains a free agent. Right tackle Jake Fisher ended his season early last year because of a heart issue, and his spot isn’t a lock either, but center remains one of the bigger needs at this point. — Katherine Terrell