The Seahawks have reportedly signed the NCAA’s all-time leader in rushing touchdowns by a quarterback.
According to NFL Media, Seattle has agreed to terms with former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds as a wide receiver/kick returner.
Reynolds finished his college career with 64 rushing touchdowns for the Midshipmen. He also was the NCAA’s all-time leader in rushing yards for a QB.
With a laser shot and a physique that resembles an NFL defensive lineman, Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien has become a folk hero around the NHL.
The Golden Knights are Canada’s team because Nevada might as well be an honorary province. According to the Business Council of Canada and Nevada, which is a thing that exists, 1.7 million Canadians visit Nevada annually, which would make it the third-largest city in Canada. The siren’s song of affordable hockey tickets and warm weather is undeniable.
The Golden Knights are Canada’s team because they embody the shared values of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: “openness, respect, compassion, willingness to work hard, to be there for each other, to search for equality and justice.” And that’s just Ryan Reaves.
Shepard began his NFL career with the Buccaneers. He accumulated 432 receiving yards and three touchdowns over four seasons in Tampa Bay. He also contributed on special teams.
The Giants finished 2017 with a 3-13 record. They fired coach Ben McAdoo in Week 13 and replaced him with former Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur following the season.
Darren McFadden was entering his second season with the Cowboys when he broke his elbow, an injury that was expected to sideline the running back for at least a couple months. Dallas’ running backs coach told reporters that McFadden fell on his elbow while trying to catch his phone and keep it from hitting the floor.
That was the initial story, at least.
McFadden a couple weeks later said he had slipped on wet concrete and fell on his elbowthe phone just happened to be in his hand. The phone, thankfully, by all acounts was not harmed.
The cast on backup quarterback Taylor Heinicke’s left foot when he arrived at Vikings training camp in 2016 was a mystery, until he explained what happened. Turns out he injured himself breaking into a house … his own house.