Snoop Dogg has a message for Coach Tomlin, 'Todd Haley sucks'
Snoop Dogg must have been watching the Steelers poor offensive effort in the third preseason game vs. the Eagles on Thursday night because he posted a message to Coach Tomlin on Instagram.
Here's the complete, edited transcript of Dogg's remarks:
"Man, the Pittsburgh Steelers need a new [darn] offensive coordinator. This guy sucks. Coach Tomlin, this is Snoop Dogg, man. Fire that [fellow] and get us a real offensive coordinator. We ain't won a playoff game since we had this [guy], man. [Shoot]."
Geno Atkins of Cincinnati Bengals set for preseason debut - ESPN
According to Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther, Atkins will play "a couple series" Sunday night when the team visits the Arizona Cardinals for its third preseason game. The Pro Bowl lineman, who tore his ACL at Miami on Oct. 31 of last season, will be making his preseason debut. Guenther added that Atkins would be playing with the first-team defense.
RB Jeremy Hill may run with first team Sunday
Offensive coordinator Hue Jackson said rookie running back Jeremy Hill may get some carries with the first-team offense in Sunday's preseason game.
Preseason power rankings: No. 11 Cincinnati Bengals - Baltimore Beat Down
The Bengals are a very talented team. They had the fifth best defense in the NFL, a statistic that I don't expect to change drastically as they'll be featuring Vontaze Burfict and Geno Atkins, among others. They have a talented running back stable with Gio Bernard, Cedric Peerman ,Jeremy Hill, James Wilder Jr. and BenJarvus Green-Ellis — so much so that Green-Ellis may be out of a roster spot.
Cleveland Browns' Ben Tate emerging as one of the leaders on a reshaped offense | cleveland.com
Unlike the other backfield position battle, Browns coach Mike Pettine hasn't been asked for daily progress updates on the rookie versus the veteran with limited starts.
Distracted Steelers show nothing in loss to Eagles | TribLIVE
They kept the starters in until deep into the third quarter, not that it mattered. The Steelers never were into this game — mentally, physically or emotionally.
Browns veteran Nate Burleson predicts Johnny Manziel will succeed despite beginning career on bench: ‘Johnny’s still the man’ - Browns - Ohio
Browns wide receiver Nate Burleson isn’t joining the masses who are questioning Johnny Manziel’s ability to succeed in the NFL in the wake of the league’s most popular and polarizing rookie finishing runner-up in a quarterback competition against veteran Brian Hoyer.