Saquon Barkley has impressed many at the NFL Scouting Combine this past week, but one unnamed NFL assistant coach would go to an unhealthy extreme just for the opportunity to draft the Penn State running back.
The unnamed NFL assistant coach is joking, at least we hope, but Barkley has really turned heads at the combine. Barkley posted numbers of an elite category that only a few have ever accomplished at the combine.
After measuring in at 6-feet, 233 pounds, Barkley started off his workouts getting everyone’s attention when he did 29 reps of bench press. Barkley and Nick Chubb, who also had 29 bench press reps, led all running backs but more impressive than that, they both had more reps than all but five of the 36 offensive linemen at the combine this year.
Authentic Mens Lorenzo Mauldin Jersey The Redskins have tried to plug misfits into the front of their 3-4 for a while. They should be most interested in current and former Chiefs to fill this void. Bennie Logan can do the job coming from Kansas City, while Dontari Poe, a free-agent target for Washington last year, could welcome a return to the scheme after playing a season in Atlanta.
Zach Brown, who had an injury-riddled end to his 2017 season, is a priority re-sign with his status as the team’s most active defender and leading tackler. But that value could also price him out of Washington. Behind him in the 3-4, the Redskins just extended Mason Foster, and they still have Martrell Spaight and Zach Vigil under contract for one more year. Will Compton is a free agent.
According to SNY, the Jets, who have just under $95 million in cap space, fear Cousins is destined to sign with the Vikings. The report says there is league-wide speculation Cousins is headed to Minnesota and the team is taking the rumors seriously after speaking to Cousins’ camp this past Tony Parker Jersey week.
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A team source told SNY the Jets think they can outbid the Vikings, who currently have just under $51 million in cap space, but believe Cousins will take less and go to Minnesota for a better win-now opportunity.
Cousins would instantly make the Vikings a Super Bowl contender but the QB-needy Broncos are also expected to join the bidding war and will attempt to clear out some $40 to $50 million in cap space to make room for the deal which is expected to make Cousins the highest-paid player in the league.