Ryan Shazier isn’t giving up on his dreams.
Shazier, who is still recovering from a back injury in early December, said on a podcast with Steelers teammate Roosevelt Nix published Tuesday that he is the best linebacker ever and still hopes to make it to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Despite limited mobility after his surgery, Shazier made appearances at Heinz Field, visited teammates at practice in January, and stood up at a Penguins game to show his progress from an injury that slowed his lower-body movement.
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Right now I’m reading a book and it’s basically saying trust the process, Shazier said. I’m really trusting the process. I know the end goal. So I’m taking every step of the way, I’m giving everything I got. The therapists are like, ‘Man this is crazy; I’ve never seen anyone work this hard.’ They almost see progression every day.
They say like some progressions they see week-to-week , they see from me day-to-day. I’m really trying to come back and still be a Pro Bowler. I’m sorry, because I feel I got snubbed this year for All-Pro even though I got hurt. But Authentic Marquise Goodwin Jersey I feel like my stats are as good as those who made it.
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Landry, a second-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, has caught 400 passes for 4,038 yards and 22 touchdowns over four seasons. Because the Dolphins used the non-exclusive tag, Landry could still negotiate with other teams. Should he sign elsewhere, that team would then owe the Dolphins a pair of first-round draft picks. That is unlikely to happen.
Landry wants to work out a long-term deal with the Dolphins and will have until July 16 to finalize a contract. He told reporters last November things will eventually be taken care of when it’s time.
If the two sides cannot agree to terms on a long-term deal by mid-July, Landry will play the 2018 season on a one-year deal worth about $16 million. Landry led the NFL in 2017 with 112 receptions for 987 yards and nine touchdowns.
As far as the rest of the quarterbacks go, McShay has the Giants taking Josh Rosen at No. 2, Mayfield at No. 5 to the Broncos, and Josh Allen at No. 6 to the Jets.
Here are other notable parts of McShay’s second 2018 mock draft.