5. Nick Foles: Yes, Nick Foles. Former Eagles quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo now runs the offense in Minnesota, and if the Vikings don’t get Cousins, why not go after Foles Here’s one reason: The Eagles already got a first- and fourth-round pick out of the Vikings for Sam Bradford. Here’s another: There’s no reason to think Foles will definitely be the guy in Minnesota that he was for a handful of games in Philly.
6. Josh McCown: Peter King recently described McCown as better than competent in 2017, something we all aspire to be. If every other external option is exhausted, would a healthy McCown be better than Bradford and Bridgewater as damaged goods Maybe.
7. Jay Cutler: Yes, he’s available. And, again, a healthy Cutler may be better than entrusting the job to guys with bad knees.
However it s out, the relatively quick decisions by Keenum and Brees highlights that the clock is ticking loudly. The Vikings need to have a plan, and to implement it sooner than later.
Nelson made 53 catches for 482 yards and six touchdowns in 15 games with the Packers last season. He had a $12.5 million cap hit.
Does McCown, Bridgewater combination take Jets out of for a first-round quarterback
Game Kids Maurice Alexander Jersey The decision of the Jets to re-sign quarterback Josh McCown seemed to be the first half of a two-part approach to the position, allowing the team to draft a rookie with the sixth overall pick in the draft. The decision of the Jets to add quarterback Teddy Bridgewater complicates the situation.
For starters, it’s clear that, between Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg, one will be getting a Water Pik and the other will be getting fired. And if the Jets indeed use pick No. 6 on a quarterback, both could be Carmelo Anthony Authentic Jersey in danger.
Bridgewater likewise could be in jeopardy, based on his health or lack thereof. ESPN reports that Bridgewater’s deal has a value of $5 million. The real question is how much of it is guaranteed If none or little is, Bridgewater may have to prove himself to get the $5 million.
Barber ran 108 times for 423 yards and three touchdowns last season and also caught 16 passes for 114 yards. It was his second year in Tampa and he picked up 223 yards on 55 carries in 2016.
Barber could be in the mix for the starting job come September, although it seems likely that the Bucs will be making other moves in the backfield. They released Doug Martin this offseason and Charles Sims is set to be a free agent, which leaves Jacquizz Rodgers as the only other experienced back on the current roster.
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