- Apr 11, 2002
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
I have always been of the mind the best thing that should be done is to air coverage ala the Vietnam war every single day from the emergency room and ICU.Stupidity is contagious and spread by social media. and i dont have time for them.
He'll make a good backup for Aaron Rodgers in Denver next yearNFL Network's Kim Jones reports there's "no current momentum" on a contract extension between the Bills and Josh Allen.
The Bills could break off talks if there's no progress before August 15, according to Jones, with the sides potentially waiting until next offseason. Buffalo exercised Allen's fifth-year option in May, keeping him under team control through 2022. The Bills likely want to see the Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson deals before signing Allen, who's coming off a career year. The Cowboys' Dak Prescott extension sets up Allen to land at least $90 million guaranteed on his second contract.
Javian Hawkins was like Chris Simms' 3rd ranked RB I think. Went undrafted. He will pop offOllison is a plodder who ******* sucks, we've "seen what he can do" and its fu** all, not a salty Hawkins owner at all...
Qadree Ollison is working as Atlanta's second running back in training camp.
The Falcons have one of the most ambiguous backfields in the league, but one that could have some value under new head coach Arthur Smith. Ollison was buried on the depth chart under the previous Falcons regime, but The Athletic's Tori McElhaney reports that he's finally "getting a chance." If Smith is looking for a bruising rushing element behind starter Mike Davis, the 6'1" 228 pound Ollison is the clear choice. Undrafted rookie Javian Hawkins, who is 5'9" 183 pounds, offers better speed and agility, but the Falcons are appear to be more interested in seeing what Ollison can do for now. Fantasy drafters should follow suit.