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Aug. 26 (UPI) — Dallas Cowboys legend Troy Aikman recently stood up for Andrew Luck on social media after the former Indianapolis Colts quarterback announced his decision to retire.

The three-time Super Bowl champion and Pro Football Hall of Famer did so by responding to a tweet from FS1 sports personality Doug Gottlieb. Luck announced his decision to retire Saturday. The 29-year-old quarterback cited the numerous injuries he has sustained during his NFL tenure as a major reason behind walking away from the game.

“This is not an easy decision. Honestly, it’s the hardest decision of my life. But it is the right decision for me,” Luck told reporters Saturday during his retirement news conference.

“For the last four years or so, I’ve been in this cycle of injury, pain, rehab, injury, pain, rehab, and it’s been unceasing, unrelenting, both in-season and offseason, and I felt stuck in it. The only way I see out is to no longer play football.”

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Luck missed the entire 2017 season due to a shoulder issue. He returned to win Comeback Player of the Year in 2018, before dealing with more injuries this off-season and in training camp.

“Retiring cause rehabbing is ‘too hard’ is the most millennial thing ever,” Gottlieb tweeted Saturday.

Gottlieb’s tweet drew a lot of negative reaction and had more than 26,000 comments and 1,700 retweets. Aikman — now a commentator for Fox — was just one of the former athletes to respond to the take.

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“That’s total [expletive] Doug,” Aikman wrote. “What qualifies you to decide how someone should live their life? So you’re now the authority on what motivates Andrew Luck? And if his decisions don’t fit into what you think is best for him then you rip him? Guess that keeps you employed on FS1. Nice.”

Aikman, 52, played his entire 12-year career with the Cowboys. The six-time Pro Bowl selection sustained multiple concussions during his pro football tenure before retiring in 2001. He also sustained a concussion during the final snap of his career. Aikman spoke about his personal decision to retire during NFL Films’ Troy Aikman: A Football Life.

“All these people think I got out of the game because of head injuries,” Aikman said. “Concussions had nothing to do with it, absolutely nothing to do with my retirement. Ultimately, the reason I retired after 12 years was because I felt that I had worked hard to develop some level of credibility and respect within this game. And I felt like that was being jeopardized by decisions that were being made beyond my control within the organization. And I didn’t want to be a part of it anymore.”

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Six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady also voiced his support for Luck during a radio interview Monday on WEEI’s Greg Hill Show.

“It is his life,” Brady said. “Everyone has the right to choose what they want to do. He had a great career and he was a great player. Everybody wishes they could be healthy all the time.

“It is a contact sport and he’s certainly had his fair share of injuries, so guys retire at different times. Some at the end of the season, and I have seen a lot of guys retire before the season gets going and this is just one of those examples.”

Luck retired with a 4-4 record in the postseason and a 53-33 record in the regular season. The Stanford graduate was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.

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Come playoff time last year, the Los Angeles Chargers looked beat up. With deep playoff expectations this year, it’s time to play smarter.
Last year’s Chargers proved to be among the best teams in the NFL, but they had little to show for it in the playoffs. The team looked tired against the New England Patriots, and it showed in the final score.

This Chargers team may be even more well-rounded and depth-filled than last season, and the Chargers’ coaches need to take advantage of that depth during the regular season.

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Of course, when it comes down to it, the team needs to play whoever will put W’s in the win column. As we found out last year, every single win matters, especially when you are in the same division as the Kansas City Chiefs. Salvaging a win against the Denver Broncos could have changed the course of the season.

However, with depth this good, the Chargers have to use it, and using it will lead to wins. The following strategies should be employed, for the sake of both the postseason and late in the regular season.

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Especially for Anthony Lynn, a former running back, this concept is far easier said than done.

Nothing changes the complexion of a football game as rapidly as a fumble. While interceptions typically occur downfield and can mimic a punt to a certain degree, when fumbles occur, they are unexpected catastrophes that often leave the football in prime position for opponents.

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Due to the fumble factor, it is difficult to trust young running backs. Often just trying to make a play, younger backs tend to be looser with the football and therefore difficult to trust.

For example, despite being among the strongest players on the team, Austin Ekeler has experienced game-changing fumbles against the Jacksonville Jaguars and against the Los Angeles Rams in the past two years.

These growing pains make it tough for coaches to trust young running backs, but these costly fumbles can happen to anyone.

Coach Lynn has to learn to trust his young backs despite the risks involved. Ekeler, Justin Jackson, and Detrez Newsome have all shown that they have the talent; now, they need to be trusted more often to allow for a fresh stable of running backs later in the season.

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Be Willing to Rotate Valuable Defenders
When you have stud defenders, it can be difficult to rotate them out. However, that is what the best teams do during the season to be ready for the playoffs.

A good example is how the Patriots handled their star defensive end Trey Flowers last season. Despite being their most played defensive lineman, Flowers (when healthy) played nearly 80 percent of the snaps in any given game last year. Compare that to Melvin Ingram, who is frequently in the 90% range.

Short breaks give players a chance to recover and give a fuller effort on the next down, and the Chargers’ stud defenders have typically not been given that chance in the past.

Joey Bosa’s injury last year opened up more snaps to build depth, and Isaac Rochell proved to be a quality depth option. He and other depth pieces need to be used more frequently on the defense this upcoming year.

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Be Willing to Move Offensive Linemen Out of the Lineup
This has less to do with rotating players and more to do with playing your best performing players.

Last year, the performance of several offensive linemen seemed poor enough to qualify for a mid-season benching. However, the coaches opted to keep “chemistry” rather than fielding the best individual players.

At any point in the season, if Trey Pipkins appears to be a better option than Sam Tevi, he needs to become the starter (and vice-versa). The same can be said with the top-three guards on the team (Dan Feeney, Michael Schofield, and Forrest Lamp).

While developing chemistry is great, it is always best to try to develop chemistry with the best players on the field. As the famous saying goes, your team is only as strong as your weakest link.

Chemistry does not matter if one player is a turnstile. The Chargers coaches need to be more willing to make a change or at least try something new when an offensive lineman is having a poor set of games this season.

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It is way too early to tell, but a recent 2020 NFL mock draft has the Tampa Bay Buccaneers jumping ship on Jameis Winston and selecting a quarterback.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are preparing for the beginning of the Bruce Arians era and potentially the end of the Jameis Winston era. According to the most recent 2020 NFL mock draft by Walter Chepernisky from Walterfootball.com the Bucs are slated to selected a quarterback with their first round pick next April.

With the Bucs projected in this scenario to have the sixth overall pick that would lead one to believe the Bucs and Bruce Arians had a rough go of it in year one. Having a bad record can happen from poor team play or due to significant injuries but regardless of what happens to the Bucs health wise most reporters, commentators and fans don’t expect the Bucs to be a successful team for one reason or another in 2019.

If 2019 is not one filled with success or clear improvement from the former number one overall selection, Jameis Winston expect the Bucs to move on and start with a fresh, young arm. When acquiring a franchise quarterback, almost always a top pick must be spent an to select to such talented prospects.

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This 2020 draft is projected to be a very deep one in terms of quality quarterbacks. This particular mock has the Bucs selecting the University of Georgia sensation Jake Fromm. Fromm was a highly touted recruit coming out of high school and decided to stay home and play for the Bulldogs and head coach Kirby Smart.

When Fromm decided to commit to the Bulldogs it had a few scratching their heads because the team already had a proven starter and in former five-star recruit in Jacob Eason. The possibility of sitting and fighting for a spot was something Fromm did not waiver from and attacked head on. Eason suffered an injury early in his sophomore season and that opened the door for Fromm to be the man.

Fromm would go on to lead the Bulldogs to the college football playoff final round where they lost to the Alabama Crimson Tide in overtime. In his second season the Bulldogs finished with an 11-3 record with losses to teams all in the top-15.

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While Fromm might be the guy come next draft the Bucs love there are a number of other players such as Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama), Justin Herbert (Oregon) and Jacob Eason (Washington). The Bucs will almost certainly be looking to select a quarterback in the first round of next year’s draft if they find themselves picking inside the top-six again.

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There was always going to be risk involved with bringing back safety Jimmie Ward. The former 2014 first-round draft pick of the San Francisco 49ers has ended up on the injured reserve four out of five seasons. On Thursday, Ward reportedly broke his collarbone. You can look at this from a couple of perspectives. On the one hand, the injury is out of the way now, and Ward should be ready by the time the preseason rolls around. On the other hand, if it happened now diving after a football, why won’t it happen again with his history?

You feel bad for Ward. You never want to see a player get injured. Here’s wishing Ward a speedy recovery and getting back on the field. At the moment, Adrian Colbert will get the bulk of the snaps at safety. You also have D.J. Reed Jr., Marcel Harris, and Antone Exum. The “Tarvarius Moore should play safety crowd” won’t get any quieter after the Ward news. I’m in front of that crowd, but I’ll believe it when I see it.

Let’s go over some options that aren’t on the roster.

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The majority of fans wanted the Niners to dive into either the free agency pool or the deep safety class for help. Even with Ward expected to miss roughly two months, the decision to roll the dice on Ward’s health doesn’t look great.

There are always options in the NFL. If the team is looking for help outside of the roster, they can look in a few directions. It turns out; they shouldn’t stand pat at safety. We’ve talked so much about Eric Berry and Tre Boston that I want to think outside of the box.

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Earlier this week, the Green Bay Packers 2017 second-round pick Josh Jones said he is skipping OTAs and wants to be traded to another team. Jones seems like the height-weight-speed type of player the 49ers would covet. At 6-foot-1 and 220 pounds, Jones blew up the combine. He ran a 4.41 40-yard dash, with a 37.5” vertical jump, and had an 11-foot broad jump. He was a top performer in each of those events, including the bench press.
While Jones has experience at both spots, he’s always been better closer to the line of scrimmage. The Packers seem to agree if you look at where Jones lined up last year. According to PFF, Jones played 501 snaps on defense. One hundred twenty-two of those plays he lined up at free safety. The most he played free safety in a single game was Week 12 against the Minnesota Vikings. Jones gave up three catches on as many targets for 38 yards. He also missed three tackles. Would the 49ers be willing to part with draft capital for a project?

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It seems like every Oakland Raiders player that was acquired before Jon Gruden arrived is on thin ice. The team declined the fifth-year option for safety Karl Joseph. The former first-round selection has had a rollercoaster of a career, and 2018 was no different. During the first half of the season, Joseph was either a healthy scratch or ineffective when he was on the field. During the second half of the year, he looked like the player Oakland hoped for when they took Joseph No. 14 overall in 2016. He recorded 42 tackles, two sacks, two forced fumbles and an interception in the last eight games of the year.

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Knowing the Raiders don’t want Joseph long-term, parting with a Day 3 pick in the 2020 draft seems like a wise investment. A low-risk, high-reward move. Joseph has been healthy for the majority of his career. He played all over the place for the Raiders in 2018. Of his 509 snaps, 232 were in the box, 195 were at free safety, 55 were at slot corner, 25 on the defensive line, and two at the outside corner. Joseph is an athletic defensive back that would give the 49ers a mentality they lack at safety. Joseph has a reputation for a big-hitter since his days out of West Virginia.

He’d be my vote if the 49ers were to make a move. Youth. Athleticism. Health. Fit. Upside. Low-risk.

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Candidates for New York Jets general manager job are very wary of taking the job without a long-term deal from the team.
Fans of the long-suffering New York Jets know they’re dealing with a team that can, at times, resemble a circus. While the circus narrative can be a little overblown at times, the team repeatedly makes it oh so easy to paint them with that brush.

While nobody can argue with the firing of Mike Maccagnan, the timing is interesting, as they allowed him to run a critical offseason before making the decision. Now the team might have trouble replacing their former general manager, according to Josina Anderson of ESPN.

Anderson was told by a source that “No one really wants [the] job without [a] long-term deal” and that people are wondering “how much control is [the] new person actually going to have.” That’s certainly not something that fans will want to hear as the team tries to build around Sam Darnold.

The Jets have struggled with their reputation ever since Woody Johnson bought the team, but things had been seemingly looking up after Christopher Johnson took over. However, his forced marriage of Maccagnan and Adam Gase blew up before a game was played. The decision to fire Maccagnan after the meat of the offseason ended has some questioning whether the same old Jets are back.

The Jets will eventually find a general manager. There are only 32 NFL GM jobs and they are all coveted by executives looking to make a name for themselves, or by former executives looking to get back into the game. However, whether the team can get their first choice or not remains to be seen. It doesn’t look hopeful in Jets land at the moment though.

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If the Los Angeles Rams are looking to make moves before training camp, here are three players worth considering from the Buffalo Bills in a trade.
When it comes to the Los Angeles Rams, the team has proven over the last two years that nothing should be ruled out in regards to pulling off moves if it will put them in better position to make a run at the Super Bowl.

Take a look at all of the crazy moves made last offseason when the Rams were in win-now mode ranging from acquiring Brandin Cooks to Marcus Peters, and it’s clear this team will do whatever it takes to make sure they remain a top contender in the NFC.

With this in mind, could Los Angeles be up for making another key move or two before the start of training camp later this summer to make their odds for another Super Bowl run even better?

The Rams may not have hinted at making any sort of moves since the team already helped fill numerous needs at multiple positions through free agency and the draft, but also it’s safe to assume the team is exploring all potential options.

Even though the Buffalo Bills took a bit of a step back last season after emerging as a surprise playoff contender during the 2017 season, Sean McDermott‘s squad currently has a few good players a team like Los Angeles should consider in a heartbeat.

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These trade scenarios may seem like long shots to take place, but to have a little fun this offseason, let’s take a look at three trade targets the Rams should consider from the Bills for the 2019 season before training camp arrives.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars’ offense came into organized team activities looking to make a statement, and they have yet to disappoint. That was especially the case Day 3 as quarterback Nick Foles had a strong day with his receivers throwing the ball down the field, particularly to the team’s speed threats in Keelan Cole and Chris Conley.

 

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Foles is a player who many have raved about when it comes to the deep ball as it is a strength of his. With him bringing a strong sense of familiarity to the Jags’ offense and a leadership presence that the team hasn’t seen at the quarterback position for a while, Foles has undoubtably been one of the stars of the opening days of OTAs, as have the receivers.

Cole, who will be fighting for the Jags No. 4 or No. 5 receiving spot, has been a star during OTAs, too, as he also hauled in one of the best catches of Thursday’s practice from Gardner Minshew. With the Jags’ top receiver in Marqise Lee missing last season, Cole struggled with the spotlight on him accumulating just 38 catches for 491 yards and a touchdown. However, it appears he was motivated by his decline and will look to bounce back with the cast around him being upgraded.

Conley was one of the Jags’ free agent acquisitions in March alongside Foles. The duo have a bit of history with each other after playing together in Kansas City, and it appears their connection might be one of the strongest on the roster. Due to being buried under the Chiefs’ talented depth chart at the receiver position, Conley was only able to accumulate 32 catches for 334 yards and five touchdowns last season, but will have a huge opportunity in Jacksonville to become a starter. With the start he’s gotten off to in OTAs, that definitely could happen in training camp, especially with Lee set to rehab until late in the preseason.

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Other Day 3 tidbits and absences
Jaguars running backs coach Terry Robiskie met with the media to discuss how the Jags’ running back group have fared so far while learning the new offense.
Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette also met with the media Friday. He discussed how he’s ready to move past his mistakes of the past amongst notable topics, and also discussed his connection with Foles.
Cornerback Jalen Ramsey remained absent as he continues to train in Tennessee with his father.
Linebacker Jake Ryan (ACL recovery) and pass rusher Josh Allen (knee bruise) were seen working on the sidelines riding exercise bikes, per Phillip Heilman of the Florida Times-Union.
Receiver Marqise Lee, linebacker Lerentee McCray, defensive end Yannick Ngakoue and nose tackle Marcell Dareus all weren’t in attendance Friday.
Receiver Dede Westbrook worked inside after dealing with some soreness, but coach Doug Marrone said he expects him to be back Tuesday.

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It isn’t often a rookie earns a First-Team All-Pro selection, but Indianapolis Colts guard Quenton Nelson proved he was worthy of his high draft spot following an elite campaign.

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Even for Nelson, who was consistently a force along the Colts offensive line, there are areas in which he wants to improve. Under a new staff in the form of Chris Strausser, Howard Mudd and Klayton Adams, Nelson is a big believer in the work getting done this spring.

“I like them a lot. They really harp on the fundamentals and do a great job teaching,” Nelson told reporters Tuesday. “They are very detail oriented and what they’re teaching – I feel like I have already seen results in myself and my teammates too. So it has been awesome being coached by them and they’re doing a great job.”

The Colts fired offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo during the early part of the offseason. Wanting more of a teacher and less of a motivator, Indy sought to bring in the trio of Strausser, Mudd and Adams.

Nelson had just about as strong of a rookie season as can be had for a guard that was selected with the No. 6 pick in the draft. He was the only Colt to play every single snap on the offensive side of the ball and excelled with consistency.

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However, there are areas the Notre Dame product wants to improve upon. That specifically comes in the form of his technique.

“I think everyone can get better at their technique just every day with the consistency of it – like all the fine details of offensive line play,” Nelson said. “For me, it would be getting my hands inside, keeping my elbows in the run game and the pass game and really trusting and believing in my technique.”

The Colts offensive line is seeing the return of all five starters from the 2018 season. Nelson will continue to be a cornerstone for the entire offensive unit, which will look to impose its will even more in 2019.

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In an article published Thursday on NFL.com ranking each division by its starting quarterbacks, columnist Adam Schein had an optimistic forecast for Cincinnati Bengals starting signal-caller Andy Dalton.

Schein ranked the AFC North as the NFL’s fourth-best division by its starting quarterbacks: Dalton, Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson, Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger and Cleveland’s Baker Mayfield.

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While the Freddie Kitchens promotion to head coach feels like a shotgun marriage, there’s no doubt that Mayfield is a young star. Baker thrived under Kitchens when he took over as offensive coordinator at the midway point last season, and I expect Mayfield to flourish even more now that Odell Beckham Jr. has been paired with his old LSU running mate, Jarvis Landry, in the Cleveland receiving corps. Mayfield is plenty accurate, and he has the “it” factor that can be so hard to find. I think he’ll have an MVP-caliber season while leading Cleveland to the playoffs. Big Ben still hasn’t stopped talking about Antonio Brown, and he’s going to miss his former go-to guy on game days. Ben is still great, although he’s down a tick from his Hall of Fame-caliber play. I am a believer in Jackson as a winner and runner, and I expect him to improve as a passer. First-round pick Hollywood Brown will help him, especially if Jackson does indeed show some growth as a thrower. Prediction: First-year Bengals head coach Zac Taylor will help Andy Dalton have the best season of his career.

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Dalton, who needs 10 touchdown passes to pass Ken Anderson for the most in franchise history, is coming off an injury-shortened 2018 campaign.

Dalton was 5-6 as a starter last year with 21 touchdowns, 11 interceptions and a 64.6 QBR before suffering a season-ending right thumb injury in a 35-20 home loss to the Cleveland Browns on November 25.

Taylor, who turned 36 earlier this month, was named the 10th head coach in franchise history in February.
He was the quarterbacks coach last season for the Los Angeles Rams, where he helped further the development of former No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff, who set career-highs in completion percentage (64.9), passing yards (4,688) and touchdowns (32) en route to a Super Bowl appearance.

“Zac is a bright coach with an offensive mind and background, which is important to have in today’s NFL,” Bengals President Mike Brown told The Enquirer’s Fletcher Page when Taylor was hired.

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Brian Callahan will also play a vital role in determining the final outcome of Schein’s prediction. Callahan, named the Bengals’ offensive coordinator in January, is Dalton’s fourth in the last five seasons. Callahan was previously the quarterbacks coach in Detroit and Oakland, where he worked with Pro Bowl quarterbacks Matthew Stafford and Derek Carr.

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A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Friday, May 24th, 2019.

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— ESPN.com’s John Keim writes on Redskins linebacker Reuben Foster.

— Keim also writes on the Redskins’ signing of Jon Bostic.

— The Washington Times’ Matthew Paras writes on the Redskins’ potential appearance on HBO’s ‘Hard Knocks’
— Pro Football Focus’ Ben Cooper writes on the Redskins’ defensive upgrades.
— The Washington Post’s Kareem Copeland writes on the Redskins’ emerging defensive line.

— NBC Sports Washington’s Peter Hailey writes on Montae Nicholson and Vernon Davis at Redskins OTA’s.

— NFL.com’s Herbie Teope writes on new Redskins linebacker Jon Bostic.
Check Out What’s On Redskins.com:

— Catching Up With Redskins Safety Landon Collins At Redskins OTAs

— Redskins Sign LB Jon Bostic, Place Reuben Foster On IR

— Redskins Sign OT Adam Bisnowaty, Waive Chidi Okeke

— Practice News And Notes: 2019 OTAs, Day 3
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