Intersecting this meet-you-halfway approach is an uptick in the athleticism of wide receivers, a product of the multiple-receiver sets now the norm all the way down to youth football.“I think in today’s day and age where these guys were starting 7-on-7, it’s almost like AAU basketball,” Packers GM Brian Gutekunst said. “The receivers are so much more advanced in terms of their fundamentals coming into college and the league than maybe they have been in the past. It’s really just the NFL offense that will take time. “So I think there’s some guys sitting here today that I think will have a chance to make a pretty immediate impact, and I’m excited about that.”Washington Redskins coach Ron Rivera said today’s prospects are primed for the pro game as never before. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe upcoming NFL draft features a tantalizing class of wide receivers expected to make an immediate impact as rookies.It’s a tall task even for an exceptionally deep group that’s expected to produce up to a half dozen first-round picks Thursday night. Receivers face one of the hardest adjustments to the pros because they have to absorb a monster playbook, beat press coverage and elude D-backs who are quicker, stronger and savvier. Associated Press Sometimes the gamble pays off; sometimes it doesn’t.“One of the things that makes it tough to evaluate is that there’s so much difference playing at the National Football League level because of all the defenses we see and all the adjustments they have to make,” said long-time talent evaluation expert Gil Brandt, a Pro Football Hall of Famer.Quarterback is the only position with a steeper learning curve, Brandt suggested.“These guys have to do a lot more things in the NFL as far as adjustments — and do it quickly,” he said. “And the other thing is separation. There’s a lot of guys that can run fast but they can’t separate.”Mark Dominik, a SiriusXM NFL Radio host and former Buccaneers general manager, said receivers go from facing “18-, 19- and 20-year-old young men who aren’t as strong or as physical as they’re going to end up being” to “going up against a 29-year-old man and it’s a huge difference. “I think that’s why you see receivers bust, just because of the different player they’re going against.”That is starting to change, however.Teams are more willing than ever to bypass the old wait-and-watch standby for a plug-and-play approach with bigger, faster, quicker pass-catchers coming out. Calvin Ridley and D.J. Moore made big splashes in 2018, followed by Deebo Samuel, DK Metcalf, Marquise Brown, Terry McLaurin and A.J. Brown, who wasted no time establishing their credentials last season.“Last year was a good year in terms of a bunch of rookies coming in and having a lot of success, but if you look over the last several years, that second- and third-round receiver group has arguably been better than the first-round group,” said NFL draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah. Deep receiver class faces high hopes for immediate impact Top-end receivers this year include Colorado’s Laviska Shenault, Alabama’s Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs III, Oklahoma’s CeeDee Lamb, LSU’s Justin Jefferson, Arizona State’s Brandon Aiyuk and Clemson’s Tee Higgins.“This receivers’ class is honestly unbelievable in my eyes,” Lamb said. “You can’t really go wrong with anybody you draft” in any round. “You’re going to get a great pick.”Whether in search of a crisp route-runner, a deep threat, a fearless player going over the middle or even taking the direct snap, there’s someone for everyone in this year’s draft.“I think this class is going to do great things,” Shenault said.Right from the start, no less. ___Follow Arnie Melendrez Stapleton on Twitter: http://twitter.com/arniestapleton___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 “The challenge in scouting the position is it’s almost like two different games for college and the NFL in terms of what routes you’re asked to run, which are very limited at the college level,” Jeremiah said. “You watch a college game on Saturday you’re going to see a bunch of slants, hitches and go’s. It’s very limited in terms of what they ask them to do, very limited in terms of them having to read coverage and sight-adjust their routes. They don’t see very much press coverage.”Reading and reacting to coverage and keeping defenders from knocking them off their routes can prove difficult even for receivers who dominated college competition.“There’s just a lot of adjustment there, but I give the NFL credit,” Jeremiah said. “I think the last couple of years we’re seeing the NFL be a little smarter with the transition period for these guys and figuring out ways they can get them on fly sweeps or bubble screens and just get the ball in their hands and let them make plays, simplifying it a little bit while they’re young before they can grow and evolve into everything you want them to be.”Jeremiah said last season in particular provided “the blueprint to get these guys on the field and improve that track record at the position.” April 19, 2020
… Berbice thrash U-15s at Everest groundNATIONAL Youth player Mavindra Dindyal batted Demerara to the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB)/RUBiS Inter-county U-17 title, following a competitive final round match against Essequibo at the GCC ground, Bourda yesterday.Demerara who entered the final round with 18.5 points, 10.1 more than the number 2-placed Berbice, posted 168 in 41.2 overs, batting first and had a mixed performance with Dindyal following up his MVP performance in the last match, with a well-constructed 40 off 45 with 4 fours and a six.The Windies youth batsman was the lone batting star for his team, as a few others managed to chip in with bits-and-pieces contributions as spinner Ryan Atkinson returned 3-33 with skipper Aryan Persaud also grabbed 3 wickets.The combined efforts of Persaud and Atkinson ensured that the Demerara batsmen, apart from stylish Dindyal, who is in a class of his own; never got off to the required start.Cashing in on a gettable total was never that easy for Essequibo, who were mowed down for 134 runs in 45.5 overs, after struggling all innings. Ronaldo Scouten, who did well with the ball in the last round, was the primary scorer for his team with a brisk 34 0ff 30 balls with four massive sixes.No other batsman managed to reach 20 before or after Scouten launched his brutal onslaught in the middle overs. With a low target to defend and a dismal outing by their opponents, Demerara, thanks mainly to Rudranauth Kissoon’s guile (4-25), helped keep his team in the hunt.The second match at the Everest ground had a bit of action also, as Berbice surged to an 8-wicket win over their opponents the Select U-15. The young side were kept to 97 after battling for 40.3 overs, with Nicholas Shoepersaud the top-scorer with 27.Honours went to all-rounder Leon Cecil, who spun his way to magical figures of 6-14 from 9.3 overs while junior national all-rounder Johnathan Rampersaud chipped in with 3-29 from 10 overs.Berbice openers Mahendra Gopilal stroked 54 off 53 deliveries with 8 fours to set the tone while Hemendra Gordyal struck an unbeaten 30 to see his team over the ropes with ease; ending on 98-2 from 21.4 overs. (Clifton Ross)
Anna Karapetyan (right), a freshman majoring in psychology, and Erika Hang, a freshman majoring in communication, eat cotton candy during Spring Fling, which was held on McCarthy Quad on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The University Residential Student Community hosted the event, which included a slip ‘n’ slide.Alex Dealy | Daily Trojan
Comments Syracuse (13-5, 4-1 Atlantic Coast) topped Pittsburgh (12-6, 2-3), 74-63, on Saturday afternoon at the Carrier Dome. Tyus Battle led the Orange with 22 points and four players scored in double-digits.Here are three quick takeaways from the Orange’s second-straight win.Nothing too pretty, but it’ll doBoth Syracuse and Pittsburgh entered Saturday coming off major upset wins. For the Orange, a victory at No. 1 Duke proved they can beat anybody. For the Panthers, a win over No. 11 Florida State meant they’d taken a step closer in head coach Jeff Capel III’s turnaround attempt. Yet, both teams’ performances Saturday belied their recent wins. Neither squad played with the fluidity or resolve they showcased earlier in the week.Syracuse entered the break leading, 28-25, after blowing an 11-point advantage as halftime neared. The Orange had scored 20 points more in the first half at Duke, a telling stat of the SU offense’s early struggles Saturday. Stagnancy had replaced movement.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Move the ball!” SU head coach Jim Boeheim yelled midway through the first half.In the second frame, Syracuse cobbled together enough baskets to beat the Panthers, who are a young, defensive-minded team that hosts SU in two weeks. The 2-3 zone was quality, which, combined with Pitt’s shooting slump, doomed the Panthers.Trifectas for daysWill Syracuse lean more heavily on 3-pointers moving forward? The Orange shot 44 percent against the Blue Devils, and they continued their hotness from deep for the second-straight game. Junior guard Elijah Hughes drilled a 3-pointer to start the contest, thanks to a drive and kick by BattleThe offense goes as Battle’s aggression goes. Freshman sharpshooter Buddy Boeheim knocked down four-straight 3s, and senior point guard Frank Howard added two 3s as well. Five SU players hit 3-pointers, meaning the Orange appear to have more consistent options from deep. That’s important come the more difficult conference games ahead.Limited turnoversSyracuse committed 14 turnovers in the game, above their season average (12.4) entering the game. Senior center Paschal Chukwu had four turnovers alone, causing Boeheim to yell toward him: “What are you doing? Slow down, grab the ball. Just hold the ball.” Chukwu’s lack of control aside, Syracuse didn’t let Pitt’s pesky trio of guards take the ball away, or generate offense off takeaways.Without Chukwu’s struggle to command the ball and make accurate outlet passes, the Orange played a relatively clean brand of basketball en route to their fourth conference victory. Published on January 19, 2019 at 4:07 pm Contact Matthew: email@example.com | @MatthewGut21 Facebook Twitter Google+
Last Updated: 6th October, 2019 12:33 IST WWE RAW: Charlotte Flair’s Toughest In-ring Competitors In The WWE WWE Raw: Charlotte is an immensely popular wrestler. Let’s take a look at the women who came close to shutting down the queen of women’s division in the ring. Written By 1 year ago CM Punk recalls John Cena rivalry, says ‘enjoyed working with him’ Charlotte Flair has also had major rivalries with the likes of Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks in the past. Both women managed to put up a competitive battles against Flair proving themselves to be serious contenders in the ring. Both Sasha and Becky are riding high in WWE right now. Lynch is the current RAW Women’s champion and Sasha is all set to take her on at the upcoming Hell in a Cell PPV for the title.Also Read | WWE Raw Preview: Brock Lesnar To Return, Rollins To Face Rey Mysterio WE RECOMMEND Charlotte Flair is on her way to greatness and a legend in the making. Infact, she’s almost there already. The daughter of legendary Nature Boy ‘Ric Flair’ has come a long way in her WWE career. From making a successful NXT debut to becoming a 10 time women’s champion, and a record 146 days’ title reign in the women’s division, Flair has made rapid strides in the WWE.She has everything that one would look out for in a star. Athleticism, charisma aside, she is always red carper ready. She plays her character beautifully and always has a story to tell. She is undoubtedly one the biggest stars in women’s section of the WWE.Also Read | WWE: Five Times Charlotte Flair Surprised Her Opponents And FansThe Charlotte EvolutionFlair’s evolution began in the WWE’s developmental territory NXT as part of the Four Horsewomen. She transitioned to the main roster and showed the world that she is far more than a five-foot-ten blond woman who could simply trade on her father’s fame. She also claims to be genetically superior to most women on the roster. Having said that, let us look at who in the current roster has decimated the Queen of the Women’s Division.Also Read | WWE Raw: Bobby Lashley returns to WWE, kisses Lana in front of RusevWhen Ronda Rousey Was Considered The Only Legitimate Threat To Charlotte FlairRonda Rousey went toe-to-toe against Charlotte Flair at Survivor Series last year. Ronda, who was then undefeated went into the fight with hopes of submitting the Queen with her famous armbar. Given Rousey’s MMA background, many believed that Ronda would give her a beating the fans have never seen before. During the match, Charlotte managed to escape Ronda thereby getting herself disqualified. Ronda Rousey is currently on a hiatus, and while there are no official reports on her return date, there are rumours that claim Ronda will be back in the company very soon. It will be interesting to watch Ronda continue her rivalry with Flair in the future.Also Read | WWE Raw results: Lesnar beats Mysterio; Styles and Rollins win titles 1 year ago Batista snubbed: WWE leaves him out of Smackdown tribute video 1 year ago Independence Day wishes come in for India from the WWE; John Cena, Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins join in Danish Ansari 1 year ago Ric Flair-less, loses followers after crossing Becky Lynch’s path FOLLOW US 11 months ago WWE RAW: Rey Mysterio vs Gran Metalik Match Overview SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV First Published: 6th October, 2019 12:33 IST COMMENT
Sepp Blatter has filed an official appeal against his suspension by FIFA’s ethics committee, his friend and former public relations adviser Klaus Stoehlker said on Friday.Blatter, the Swiss who has been president of the global football body FIFA since 1998, was suspended on Thursday by the association’s ethics committee. The 79-year-old is currently facing a Swiss criminal investigation.”He has appealed. He wants to go on until the congress on Feb. 26 and he is not giving up early,” Stoehlker told Reuters.Stoehlker, who has been issuing information on behalf of Blatter since FIFA stopped handling his media affairs on Sept. 30, said Blatter had left FIFA headquarters at midnight on Thursday.Blatter’s appeal will go to the FIFA Appeals Committee, headed by Larry Mussenden of Bermuda.The New York Times said it had obtained a copy of Blatter’s appeal against the suspension. In it, the paper reported that Blatter was objecting to brusque and unfair treatment. Blatter’s legal team also demanded to see the ethics committee’s case file and sought a hearing to argue their case in full.Blatter’s lawyers in Switzerland and the United States did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the report.In the immediate aftermath of the suspension, Blatter’s lawyers said in a statement that he was looking forward to presenting evidence that would prove he had not engaged in any misconduct.The Swiss attorney general’s office said on Sept. 25 that it had opened a criminal investigation into Blatter concerning a payment of 2 million Swiss francs (£1.3 million) from FIFA to Michel Platini in 2011, and a Caribbean television rights deal.Blatter told a German magazine this week that the Swiss criminal investigation against him was “not correct”. “In the letter, Mr. Blatter’s legal team demands the opportunity to see the case file the ethics committee reviewed during its proceedings — a request that reflected a belief that the ethics committee’s decision was based almost entirely on the fact that the Swiss attorney general’s office recently opened an investigation into Mr. Blatter,” the report claims.”Assuming a presumption of innocence, Mr. Blatter’s lawyers argue, it is premature to impose any kind of suspension, especially if the investigation is subsequently dropped for lack of evidence.”The letter also demands a hearing that would allow Mr. Blatter and his lawyers to argue the merits of their case in full; before the suspension was announced, Mr. Blatter was allowed to defend himself only in a short interview with investigators. Additionally, the appeal notes — with some disgust — the treatment Mr. Blatter received, pointing out that he learned of the decision to suspend him only after FIFA had announced it publicly.”According to a person with knowledge of the events, Mr. Blatter read the decision of the ethics committee on his office computer.”– Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports
Marlins starter Dan Straily retired 14 of the first 16 Dodgers batters, striking out six of them and allowing only a pair of walks until Kike’ Hernandez’s two-out home run in the fifth inning broke up his no-hit and shutout bids.For the Marlins (5-19 over their past 24 games), though, nothing has been easy this season.The Dodgers chased Straily in the sixth inning, scoring twice on three hits (including doubles by Corey Seager and Yasmani Grandal) and a wild pitch by reliever Brad Ziegler.Then they added a two-run home run by Seager in the seventh followed immediately by a solo shot from Cody Bellinger. It was Bellinger’s ninth home run and 24th RBI. Both lead the team despite his spending the first 20 games in Triple-A. It is also the fastest any player in Dodgers history has hit his first nine home runs, surpassing Yasiel Puig (2013), David Ross (2002-3) and Del Bissonnette (1928) who did it in their first 44 big-league games.The comeback lost its momentum after that. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error LOS ANGELES >> Well, that’s one way to cap his innings.Left-hander Julio Urias stumbled through his second consecutive poor start Saturday night, allowing seven runs in just 2 1/3 innings as the Dodgers were beaten by the Miami Marlins, 10-6.Urias was wobbly from the start, loading the bases on a single and two walks wrapped around a wild pitch before getting his first out. He retired just six of the 17 batters he faced (including one double play and one sacrifice bunt) while giving up seven hits (including a triple and two doubles), walking three and also committing a balk.It qualifies as the worst and shortest start of Urias nascent career, coming in just a tick under the 2 2/3 innings he lasted in his major-league debut a year ago. The seven runs are the most he has ever given up in a game as a professional. But it has a partner. Urias’ previous start was also a clunker. He allowed six runs in four-plus innings at Coors Field last week.After allowing no more than one run in any of his first three starts after his belated start to the season, Urias has a 17.05 ERA and 3.00 WHIP over his past two starts – 13 runs allowed on 14 hits and four walks while striking out only one in 6 1/3 innings.Back-to-back performances like that could put Urias in line for one of the timeouts being given to Dodgers’ starters. When Kenta Maeda comes off the DL to start against the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday, it will be the seventh consecutive game the Dodgers will use a different starting pitcher.Last week, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts reiterated that Urias was not a candidate for a move to the bullpen, even temporarily. After the slow-play start to his season, Roberts said, Urias deserved “a good runway to make his starts and get on a consistent program.”Saturday was more runaway than runway as the Marlins scored in each of the first five innings and led 10-0 before the Dodgers even got their first hit.
MORE: When do the NHL playoffs start? Schedule, standings, odds for 2019 Stanley Cup chase”That’s what matters most, I just try to bring my same game every night and be consistent,” Tavares said. “Be counted on in all areas of the ice and nice to capitalize on the opportunity.”After three more regular season games, Tavares will have that opportunity in his postseason with the Maple Leafs. Toronto is set to face the Boston Bruins in the first round. The second time was the charm for John Tavares against his former team.In his second game as a visitor against the Islanders, Tavares netted his 46th goal of the season, a one-timer from the circle off a Mitch Marner feed. The marker gave Toronto a 2-0 lead and was the decisive score in Monday night’s 2-1 victory at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Go Johnny go, go!Go Johnny go, go!Johnny T Good.That’s a new single-season career-high for @91Tavares with 87 points. #LeafsForever pic.twitter.com/7YUonR6tR0— Toronto Maple Leafs (@MapleLeafs) April 2, 2019Tavares’ goal was his 87th point of the season, eclipsing his previous career-high of 86 with the Islanders during the 2014-15 season. Additionally, the goal helped catapult the Maple Leafs to their third consecutive postseason berth.”It’s nice to help contribute to a win that obviously got us officially in the playoffs,” Tavares said postgame.MORE: Maple Leafs secure postseason berth with road win over IslandersMonday’s outcome was a different story from the Maple Leafs’ last trip to Long Island. In Tavares’ return to face his former team of nine seasons on Feb. 28, New York handed Toronto a lopsided 6-1 loss, keeping their former captain scoreless. Ironically, the Islanders clinched their own trip to the postseason last Saturday, capping off what has been an improbable journey from expected rebuilding season to Stanley Cup hopefuls.The Mississauga, Ont. native left the Islanders last summer to join an offensive juggernaut in search of a championship. For Tavares, consistency is more important than personal achievements.
The “Race of famous lovers of Jahorina ” has been announced on Jahorina Mountain, and it will take place on Saturday, March 10. It will gather true lovers of skiing, and the race will be opened by famous Italian skier and the great name of skiing in the world – Alberto Tomba.This is not the first time for you to visit Bosnia. What do you feel and what changes every time you come?This is my fourth visit. I was here in ‘87, ‘97, and 2008. We can say that I am here in Jahorina and Sarajevo every 10 years. I have beautiful memories on this place. I was fourth in giant slalom in the final race at the World Cup in 1987, and I was here for sponsorship in ‘97. In the year of 2008, I was here because of the race of ski legend. I also feel great about the invitation this year. I am always ready.This year you will not participate in the race, but what kind of race do you expect? Competitive or, let’s say, a little bit more easy going?I do not know, the only race in which I competed was the one with legends in Zagreb. There was Ingemar Stenmark, and I have great memories. Bojan Krizaj, Jure Kosir, that is a lot of champions who are hanging out together and remembering the old races. This is just a meeting place, it will not be a competing race and it will be nice to see all of them and have some fun.What about the infrastructure that BiH has and which is left from the Olympic Games in 1984. It is the infrastructure that was destroyed by the time and the war in 1990s. Do you have any advice on how to reconstruct it in order for tourists and skiing competitions to return here?I would like for my presence here to be a good sign for the future, with the aim to open new projects and improve tourism here. I remember young men who were refugees from BiH and skied with me on Stelvio. It was back in ’93. Those three young men lived in Bormio, and they were staying in Stelvio during the summer. I was always having them around me and I have a nice memory of that terrible war that happened. However, everything has changed now. It was 23, 24 years ago and it is time to start working and move forward. Although there will be no Olympics, you have a youth Olympics next year, and you can return with races of the World Cup with at least one discipline for men and women, as they did in Baska (Bulgaria). I believe that slalom and giant slalom for men and women is just a perfect idea, and then you decide, whether you should start talking about the Olympics again and whether it is a good idea.(Source: N1)
Every year the NFL asks players (not all of them) to submit votes ranking the best of the best in their sport.Because everyone loves rankings and debating why one player is better than another, this list is always a topic of discussion. And because the players themselves voted, it adds an extra layer of intrigue because there’s not a single writer you can direct your anger toward. Even going beyond the debates, there is some value in making the list. Players who make the Top 100 feel honored, and can feel a sense of accomplishment by improving themselves year-over-year.SN RANKINGS: QB | RB | WR | TEBut before we get into the full Top 100 list, NFL Films provided a list of the 10 players who just missed the cut.NFL Top 100 honorable mentions110. Leonard Fournette, Jaguars RB109. Demarcus Lawrence, Cowboys DE108. Justin Simmons, Broncos S107. Matthew Judon, Ravens LB106. Kyle Van Noy, Dolphins LB105. Rodney Hudson, Raiders C104. Arik Armstead, 49ers DE103. Kevin Byard, Titans S102. Maurkice Pouncey, Steelers C101. Julian Edelman, Patriots WRThese 10 players just missed the cut.Armstead had a reaction on Twitter to barely missing out.😂😂😂 In due time pic.twitter.com/9sWw6U1fY5— Arik Armstead (@arikarmstead) July 30, 2020 The players voted Jackson as the No. 1 player in the league, which left many Mahomes fans upset. The list also caused a wide receiver beef between Mike Evans and Keenan Allen as the Chargers wideout felt he was being disrespected. The Ravens and Saints had the most players represented with seven each. No players from the Bengals, Dolphins, Jaguars, Lions, Jets or Washington Football Team made the list. There were also no special teams players such as kickers, punters, long snappers or return specialists. It’s also interesting to note that Jadeveon Clowney made the list and still remains a free agent. While it’s unlikely he heads back to the Seahawks, it seems like he’ll find a team soon. Getty Images https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/3b/b9/lamar-jackson-ftrjpg_1tyeuj5r746ljzgz305vk7ugo.jpg?t=962845655&w=500&quality=80NFL Top 100 listLamar Jackson earned the No. 1 spot on the NFL Top 100 list, as voted on by the players. Following him was fellow quarterback Russell Wilson, Rams pass rusher Aaron Donald, Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes and Saints wideout Michael Thomas. The Top 10 players were mostly offensive skill positions with just two defensive players — Donald and Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore. While the list was voted on by the players, not every NFL player participated.Lamar Jackson, Ravens QBRussell Wilson, Seahawks QBAaron Donald, Rams DEPatrick Mahomes, Chiefs QBMichael Thomas, Saints WRChristian McCaffrey, Panthers RBGeorge Kittle, 49ers TEDeAndre Hopkins, Texans WRStephon Gilmore, Patriots CBDerrick Henry, Titans RBJulio Jones, Falcons WRDrew Brees, Saints QBBobby Wagner, Seahawks LBTom Brady, Bucs QBChandler Jones, Cardinals LBAaron Rodgers, Packers QBNick Bosa, 49ers DETravis Kelce, Chiefs TEKhalil Mack, Bears LBDeshaun Watson, Texans QBDalvin Cook, Vikings RBTyreek Hill, Chiefs WRCameron Jordan, Saints DEEzekiel Elliott, Cowboys RBT.J. Watt, Steelers LBVon Miller, Broncos LBJamal Adams, Seahawks SRichard Sherman, 49ers CBQuenton Nelson, Colts GMike Evans, Bucs WRSaquon Barkley, Giants RBShaquil Barrett, Buccaneers LBAaron Jones, Packers RBJoey Bosa, Chargers DEMinkah Fitzpatrick, Steelers SNick Chubb, Browns RBJalen Ramsey, Rams CBChris Godwin, Buccaneers WRTyrann Mathieu, Chiefs SDanielle Hunter, Vikings DEJadeveon Clowney, Free Agent LBAlvin Kamara, Saints RBJimmy Garoppolo, 49ers QBMark Ingram, Ravens RBJ.J. Watt, Texans DEDak Prescott, Cowboys QBTre’Davious White, Bills CBZa’Darius Smith, Packers LBAmari Cooper, Cowboys WRDarius Leonard, Colts LBTodd Gurley, Falcons RBChris Jones, Chiefs DEMarcus Peters, Ravens CBStefon Diggs, Bills WRZack Martin, Cowboys OLDeForest Buckner, Colts DTDavante Adams, Packers WRKirk Cousins, Vikings QBOdell Beckham, Browns WRLogan Ryan, Titans CBJarvis Landry, Browns WRDavid Bakhtiari, Packers OLPreston Smith, Packers LBHarrison Smith, Vikings STyler Lockett, Seahawks WRLaremy Tunsil, Texans OLDemario Davis, Saints LBRyan Tannehill, Titans QBLarry Fitzgerald, Cardinals WRFred Warner, 49ers LBJurrell Casey, Broncos DEJosh Jacobs, Raiders RBFletcher Cox, Eagles DTRonnie Stanley, Ravens OLEarl Thomas, Ravens SMarshon Lattimore, Saints CBKeenan Allen, Chargers WRTyron Smith, Cowboys OLCalais Campbell, Ravens DEMyles Garrett, Browns DEDK Metcalf, Seahawks WRRyan Ramczyk, Saints OLEric Kendricks, Vikings LBCameron Heyward, Steelers DTZach Ertz, Eagles TEMarlon Humphrey, Ravens CBJosh Allen, Bills QBJaylon Smith, Cowboys LBCooper Kupp, Rams WRKyler Murray, Cardinals QBGrady Jarrett, Falcons DTDarius Slay, Eagles CBAllen Robinson, Bears WRJason Kelce, Eagles CFrank Clark, Chiefs DEChris Carson, Seahawks RBBudda Baker, Cardinals SBrandon Brooks, Eagles GDarren Waller, Raiders TELavonte David, Buccaneers LBAnd there you have it.