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Late last week, the Raiders cut fan favorite Marquette King in a move that was ostensibly about money. By releasing the punter, Oakland saved $2.9MM against the cap, but apparently that was not the only factor. King’s personality did not jive with coach Jon Gruden, Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle (on Twitter) hears.
Some of Gruden’s concerns may have been rooted in the on-field impact of King’s antics.
His competitiveness and hustle is evident on film. He’s always downfield to finish plays and pushes through the whistle.
His brother Tremaine will be drafted in the top 15 and his father, Ferrell, played in NFL. There’s no question he has the profile to compete at the highest level.
Terrell Edmunds isn’t the prospect his brother Tremaine is, but he offers NFL-caliber size and athleticism. He’s at his best when he can play as an intermediate defender with zone awareness and a quick-fire ability to drive on underneath routes. His willingness as a tackler is obvious, but his technique leaves much to be desired and will be dissected by NFL teams. He’ll have to cut his teeth on special teams and try to carve out a role in year one before becoming a potential starter within his first two seasons.
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Darlington went on SportsCenter on Sunday and discussed the drama within the Patriots organization, noting that the bond between Gronkowski and Tom Brady is as strong as ever, but Gronkowski and Belichick definitely aren’t on the same page.
The league has settled with 156 former players to receive payments, averaging about $1 million each. However, attorney Peter Shahriari said in a court document obtained by the Boston Globe last week that the NFL is stalling in making payments and the settlement may need to be rejected. The settlement is broken and on the brink of collapse, Shahriari said.
The NFL Brent Burns Authentic Jersey disagrees, and says that there needs to be assurance that every player who files a claim actually deserves those requested payments. We are ensuring that legitimate claims are processed and paid in a timely way to those individuals and families who deserve these benefits, league spokesman Brian McCarthy told the Boston Globe. We believe that it is entirely appropriate to continue to oppose fraudulent and unsupported claims. No legitimate claim has been rejected. Thousands of former players are involved in the settlement.