Aaron Rodgers doesn’t think Dez Bryant will end up in a Packers uniform.
Bryant, a three-time Pro Bowl player, has been a free agent since he was released by the Cowboys in mid-April. Rodgers addressed the possibility of Bryant signing with Green Bay when he spoke to reporters Tuesday.
Lions president Rod Wood assured the team followed the law when it came to the new coach’s hiring process despite failing to uncover the indictment from more than 20 years ago.
Patricia addressed the media earlier this month, maintaining he “did nothing wrong” and insisting the story only resurfaced with the intention to damage his reputation.
He introduced language to legislation to regulate the industry that says anyone who opens a sports betting operation in New Jersey before the state enacts such a law will be barred from accepting future bets on games.
The thing is what I’ve seen, irrespective of the physical stuff on the field, let’s not try so hard, Monken said, via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. “He’s got natural leadership qualities. A toughness about him. Guys want to follow him.
It’s OK to fail. He’s human. It’s OK to be hurt. It’s OK to have that side of you. Let’s just go. You don’t have to try so hard. Guys will follow you. Just be yourself.
Monken’s stance echoed what wide receiver DeSean Jackson said of Winston in late March about trying too hard.
The Buccaneers offensive coordinator, however, understands the spotlight falls on certain members of an organization, whether they are on the coaching staff or a high-profile player.
I think the best way to put it is that in our league, there’s so much pressure put on the coaches and that one position, Monken said. “Nobody gets the credit either way for winning or losing than the quarterback or the coaches.