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In Topic: Cavs

20 June 2016 - 12:59 PM

You can say what you want about Lebron but he did what he said 

he was going to do namely bring back a championship to Cleveland. 

His performance in the finals will go down as the greatest ever.

The curse of Rocky Colavito is broken. Now its on the Indians and

the Browns.Lets get another one or two or three Cleveland. This one

feels soooooooooo good.


In Topic: REPORT(s): Josh Gordon diluted drug test (failure) -- LAST MONTH! IDIOT!

18 April 2016 - 10:00 AM

The latest on Gordon says that he and his

BBF Manziel got a tat of a marijuana leaf

with CDXX (420 numerically) recently. That should

REALLY help Goodell with his evaluation.

In Topic: REPORT(s): Josh Gordon diluted drug test (failure) -- LAST MONTH! IDIOT!

11 April 2016 - 05:20 PM

Now he can party full time with Johnny.

In Topic: Camp Wentz Part Deux

24 March 2016 - 12:54 PM

Brandt: Wentz had one of best pro days I've ever witnessed
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  • By Chase Goodbread
  • College Football 24/7 writer
  • Published: March 24, 2016 at 12:43 p.m.
  • Updated: March 24, 2016 at 01:28 p.m.
  • 1 Likes  |  16 Comments



A quarterback can only look so good to NFL scouts in a pro-day setting, where the environment is sterilized from pads, defenses and pressure situations, but Carson Wentz made as strong an impression as possible Thursday.



And the early reviews glowed.

NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt, with more than a half century of NFL scouting experience, called it one of the best pro days he's ever witnessed and said Wentz reminds him of former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco of the Baltimore Ravens. According to Brandt, Wentz completed 63 passes in a 65-throw script, with one overthrow and one drop. Brandt noted the best pro day by a quarterback he's seen came from thePhiladelphia EaglesSam Bradford, who was the No. 1 overall selection of the St. Louis Rams in the 2010 NFL Draft.

NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah was impressed with the workout as well, saying "That's an A if not an A-plus."

As he did last week with Cal quarterback Jared GoffCleveland Browns assistant coach Pep Hamilton followed Wentz's script by asking him to throw some extra passes with a ball doused with water. The first of those throws from Wentz fluttered and was badly underthrown.



"The first one obviously went right into the dirt," Wentz said with a laugh onNFL Network. "... It was pretty doused; that would've been a torrential downpour."

Wentz's session was witnessed by only 18 NFL clubs because of weather problems.

The narrative that Wentz and Goff are running even as the top two quarterbacks available in the 2016 NFL Draft is beginning to give way to a perceived edge for Wentz, the former North Dakota State quarterback who conducted his pro-day workout Thursday for NFL coaches and scouts. First, there was NFL Media analyst Charley Casserly, who polled 15 NFL executives about the two quarterbacks and found a majority of them favored Wentz. And Mayock is seeing things much the same.

"I've watched every game that he was in this year, and I'm more convinced than ever that he's the top quarterback in this draft," Mayock said on NFL HQ. " ... This kid controls the line of scrimmage. He's under center, he's in (shotgun), he controls all the pass protections, and he can make every throw."

Follow Chase Goodbread on Twitter @ChaseGoodbread.


In Topic: Browns sign a safety

16 March 2016 - 04:48 PM

This is reassuring:



Browns signed S Rahim Moore to a one-year contract.
Moore was a disaster his only season in Houston, getting benched after seven games and playing just 451 snaps. With Tashaun Gipson gone, he'll give Cleveland veteran insurance opposite Donte Whitner. One of the worst run-stopping safeties in the league, Moore's role should be limited to sub packages. Mar 16 - 4:26 PM