That's awesome stuff there Whit! An intriguing idea no doubt, but one that's sure to be met with some disapproval from the players. Take, for example, Andrew Whitworth, the Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle who has a plan in place if he were to end up on a team that played home games in Europe. "I would hope that I was financially able to quit," Whitworth said, according to the team's official website. "That's what I would hope because if I was, my papers would be the first one in."
This video from bengals.com gets pretty funny when Geno can't hit the ball. Guess you can't be good at everything!
SD: What do you feel you bring to an NFL defense? JD: Attitude; speed; explosiveness. I’m a difference-maker. Put me in any system and I can do the job. I can play weakside LB in a 4-3 and outside LB ina 3-4. I can do different things due to my range as a player.
Highlights from Geno Atkins' 2012 season. Watch in 480p for best quality. 2012 Stats: 53 tackles, 4 forced fumbles, 2 batted passes Position-Leading 12.5 sacks Position-Leading 49 QB Hurries Position-Leading 46 Stops
Bengals first-round pick, tight end Tyler Eifert has a nick name. And it's the Eifert Tower. Find out more during an interview with WIllie McGinest at the NFL Network.
There's not a single other highlight video of Burfict's NFL plays on the web. So I made one. Enjoy. Watch in 480p for best quality.
Not normally a big ESPN fan, but I like that they are showing respect to Paul Brown as the Godfather of NFL coaching.