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    Polls closed in the Ohio primary Tuesday night, offering a first glance at former President Donald Trump's hold over the Republican Party going into the 2022 midterms.  In the closely watched Republican Senate primary, early returns showed Hillbilly Elegy author neck-and-neck with state Sen. Matt Dolan, whose billionaire family owns the Cleveland Guardians.  Last month, former President Donald Trump announced he would be endorsing Vance - despite Vance being critical of the ex-president in the past.  Hillbilly Elegy author J.D. Vance (left) shakes the hand of former President Donald Trump (right) during a Save America rally late last month after Trump gave Vance his endorsement  Early returns showed J.D. Vance neck-and-neck with state Sen. Matt Dolan (pictured), whose family owns the Cleveland Guardians baseball team. In September when Dolan announced his Senate bid, Trump said he wouldn't endorse the senator over the Guardians' name change  Your browser does not support iframes. Hillbilly Elegy author J.D. Vance (center), who is running for U.S. Senate as a Republican, stands alongside Reps. Matt Gaetz (left) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (right) at...
    Getty Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay shared on April 30 how long he believes Matt Ryan could play for the Colts. The Indianapolis Colts elected to once again to fill their hole at quarterback with a stopgap rather than a long-term solution. But don’t expect new Colts signal caller Matt Ryan to be the team’s starter for only one season like Carson Wentz and Philip Rivers were. At least that’s not the expectation Colts owner Jim Irsay possesses. While speaking with the media during Day 3 of the NFL Draft on April 30, Irsay shared that the organization views Ryan as “very possibly a three-year thing.” Jim Irsay said the Matt Ryan deal won’t be like Philip Rivers, who was always likely a 1-and-done. “We view this very possibly as a 3-year thing.” — Nate Atkins (@NateAtkins_) April 30, 2022 Ryan will turn 37 in May, but he remains one of the most durable quarterbacks in the league. Ryan has missed just one start over the last 12 years. He’s also sat out only three games during his...
    Getty Did the Falcons get a draft steal with the pick they received for Matt Ryan? There was no way the Atlanta Falcons could come out of the 2022 NFL draft without adding at least one edge-rusher. The team’s pass rush was beyond stale last season, logging a mere 18 sacks, the fewest in the league. General manager Terry Fontenot didn’t have the salary cap space to acquire a blue-chip solution during free agency. Only Lorenzo Carter, a player with more potential than production, arrived from the New York Giants. Fortunately, more help finally arrived on the second day of the draft, when Fontenot took two intriguing edge-rushers off the board. One of those players was acquired with the pick the Falcons received for trading Matt Ryan to the Indianapolis Colts. ALL the latest Falcons news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Falcons newsletter here! The rookie has already been deemed a steal by another former Falcons quarterback.Ex-Falcons Starter Applauds New Pass-RusherThe Falcons received lavish praise for one of their four picks on Day 2, and...
    8. ATLANTA FALCONS (7-10) LAST SEASON: The Falcons were outscored 459-313, making seven wins something of an accomplishment under first-year coach Arthur Smith. Highlights included the play of rookie tight end Kyle Pitts, who led the team with 68 catches for 1,026 yards, and versatile Cordarrelle Patterson, who scored a combined 11 touchdowns while leading the team in rushing and finishing third in receptions. Salary-cap woes contributed to the decision to trade 14-year starting quarterback Matt Ryan to Indianapolis after the season, and the inability to re-sign top wide receiver Russell Gage and leading tackler Foye Oluokun. After playing only five games while stepping away during the season to address mental health issues, wide receiver Calvin Ridley was suspended by the NFL after the season for 2022 for betting on games. FREE AGENCY/TRADES: Traded Ryan to Indianapolis. Released OLB Dante Fowler, OT Matt Gono, DL Tyeler Davison, WR Marvin Hall, QB Matt Barkley. Lost Oluokun, Gage, TE Hayden Hurst, QB A.J. McCarron, SS Duron Harmon, CB Fabian Moreau, LS Josh Harris, WR Tajae Sharpe, OT Jason Spriggs, P Thomas...
    Getty The Indianapolis Colts held an introductory press conference for new quarterback Matt Ryan on March 22. With his trade to the Indianapolis Colts, Matt Ryan will become the fourth former MVP quarterback in the last decade to join a new team. When signal callers changed organizations 20 or more years ago, it usually meant the quarterback was too “over the hill” to still compete. But that’s changed. Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, who are two of the previous three ex-NFL MVP winning quarterbacks to switch organizations since 2012, both won Super Bowls with their second team. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness “In the back of my mind, that’s what I’m thinking about right now is this opportunity that I have for the rest of my career to try and catch that spark and go,” Ryan said in his Colts introductory press conference on March 22. “I’m coming into a build that’s been set up extremely well and a roster that has been set up to...
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts acquired their new quarterback, Matt Ryan, in a trade Monday with the Atlanta Falcons, according to a person with knowledge of the deal who spoke with The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the deal has not yet been made official. Indy will send a third-round pick, No. 82 overall, for the longtime Falcons star. Ryan led Atlanta to its second Super Bowl appearance following the 2016 season, the same year he was named the league’s MVP. Ryan’s arrival means the Colts will be starting a new opening-day quarterback for the sixth consecutive year. Indy traded last year’s starter, Carson Wentz, to the Washington Commanders earlier this month. ___ More AP NFL coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    With the Indianapolis Colts trading for Matt Ryan, where do they fit into the AFC power rankings amidst of a litany of teams led by star quarterbacks? 16 Houston Texans The Texans are going to face a long climb back, but the bounty they received for Deshaun Watson should jumpstart the trip. 15 Jacksonville Jaguars Nobody spent more than the Jaguars this offseason. They could rapidly rise if Trevor Lawrence gets going. 14 New York Jets Great free agency for the Jets, but huge questions still remain at quarterback, receiver and edge. 13 Miami Dolphins Tough ranking for the Dolphins, but they don’t have can’t-miss franchise quarterback, and the offensive line remains a mess. 12 Pittsburgh Steelers Mitch Trubisky isn’t winning much in this conference, even with Mike Tomlin and a very stout defense supporting him. 11 New England Patriots Remember when Mac Jones was the next Tom Brady? That was a fun two months. Now, reality. The Patriots don’t have near enough at quarterback to compete. 10 Las Vegas Raiders Raiders fans will loathe this ranking, but hear me...
    Matt Ryan’s time with the Atlanta Falcons will be decided by 4:00 p.m. ET on Monday afternoon. Monday could be the last day Matt Ryan is a member of the Atlanta Falcons organization. Ryan has been with the Atlanta franchise since being drafted No. 3 overall way back in 2008 out of Boston College. In his decade-plus run in Atlanta, Ryan has made several Pro Bowls, won NFL MVP and led the Dirty Birds to their most recent Super Bowl appearance. Of course, he is clearly on the back nine of his illustrious career. He was also dragged through the mud for all of last week. Since the Falcons dipped their toes into the Deshaun Watson sweepstakes and got bit, they could look to trade the greatest player in franchise history on Monday. However, it would have to be before 4:00 p.m. ET because he is due a $7.5 million roster bonus. This payment was delayed a few days to help in Atlanta’s failed attempt to bring Deshaun Watson home to Flowery Branch. The #Falcons fielded trade calls the last few...
    LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) — The Chicago Bears signed long snapper Patrick Scales to a one-year extension and offensive lineman Lachavious Simmons to a one-year contract on Wednesday. Scales has played in 88 games over six seasons with the Bears and one with the Baltimore Ravens. He made a career-high four special teams tackles in 2021. Simmons, a 2020 seventh-round pick out of Tennessee State, played in his first two career games last season. The Bears went 6-11 last season and missed the playoffs for the ninth time in 11 years. They fired general manager Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy, replacing them with Ryan Poles and Matt Eberflus. ___ More AP NFL coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Getty Matt Ryan's position coach is interviewing with the Super Bowl LVI champions. Matt Ryan could be about to lose his position coach, and the Atlanta Falcons could see a valuable assistant join the winners of Super Bowl LVI. A report from a respected Falcons reporter has revealed the team’s quarterbacks coach could be looking to jump ship to the NFC West. The chance of working on a true contender will no doubt appeal, but this coach is also aiming for a significant promotion and the opportunity to call plays. ALL the latest Falcons news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Falcons newsletter here!Ryan’s Coach Chasing OC RoleCharles London is interviewing with the Los Angeles Rams about becoming their new offensive coordinator, according to D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (h/t Pro Football Talk’s Myles Simmons). London is looking to replace outgoing Kevin O’Connell, who is set to become new head coach of the Minnesota Vikings. Stepping up to call plays for the Super Bowl champs will have an obvious appeal for any assistant looking...
    Getty The Falcons can use the 2nd-rd pick they got for Julio Jones to draft Matt Ryan's successor. Matt Ryan’s job as starting quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons isn’t going to be under threat in 2022. Not when he carries a significant cap hit for the next two years, and not when there are slim pickings available in free agency and at the top end of this year’s NFL draft. The current quarterback class is deemed to be lacking in star power, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a few sleepers the Falcons should consider. Unheralded passers with the raw talent to eventually succeed 36-year-old Ryan further down the line. One such under-the-radar QB is being tabbed for the Falcons in the second round by one mock draft writer. This signal-caller is rising up boards after turning heads at the Senior Bowl. His potential is considered worth the Falcons using the extra second-round pick they got when they traded franchise receiving leader Julio Jones to the Tennessee Titans last offseason. ALL the latest Falcons news straight to your...
    Getty Matt Ryan has his admirers at the 2022 Senior Bowl. Matt Ryan has one intriguing admirer at the 2022 Senior Bowl. A quarterback who is generating plenty of buzz ahead of this year’s NFL draft. This same quarterback met with the Atlanta Falcons in Mobile, Alabama. Like every team in attendance at the Senior Bowl, the Falcons are performing due diligence on all the participants. Yet, a meeting with this dual-threat signal-caller is interesting, and not just because of his admiration for Ryan. This would-be NFL rookie could join the Falcons as the eighth-overall pick, according to one prominent draft analyst. ALL the latest Falcons news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Falcons newsletter here!Liberty Star Talked With FalconsOne of the interviews the Falcons conducted was with Liberty’s Malik Willis, according to D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Liberty QB Malik Willis and Georgia OG Jamaree Salyer have had their interviews with the #Falcons. — D. Orlando Ledbetter (@DOrlandoAJC) February 2, 2022 Willis has been turning heads as a standout for the American Team....
    It was a busy week for Chicago Bears. The Bears picked Matt Eberflus, the Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator, as their new head coach on Thursday. Two days earlier, they announced the hiring of Ryan Poles, the Kansas City Chiefs executive director of player personnel, as their new general manager. Eberflus first interviewed with the Bears on Jan. 17 and had a second interview with Poles on Jan. 26. He was one of at least 10 candidates who interviewed for the coaching vacancy. Poles, 36, has been with the Chiefs for 13 years, working his way up from player personnel assistant to college scouting administrator and coordinator, director of college scouting, assistant director of player personnel and executive director of player personnel this season. He was part of the Chiefs team that won Super Bowl LIV. Here’s a look at the other GM candidates the Bears interviewed: Reggie McKenzie: What to know about the Dolphins senior personnel executive Ran Carthon: What to know about the 49ers director of pro personnel Eliot Wolf: What to know...
    It was a busy week for Chicago Bears. The Bears picked Matt Eberflus, the Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator, as their new head coach on Thursday. Two days earlier, they announced the hiring of Ryan Poles, the Kansas City Chiefs executive director of player personnel, as their new general manager. Eberflus first interviewed with the Bears on Jan. 17 and had a second interview with Poles on Jan. 26. He was one of at least 10 candidates who interviewed for the coaching vacancy. Poles, 36, has been with the Chiefs for 13 years, working his way up from player personnel assistant to college scouting administrator and coordinator, director of college scouting, assistant director of player personnel and executive director of player personnel this season. He was part of the Chiefs team that won Super Bowl LIV. Here’s a look at the other GM candidates the Bears interviewed: Reggie McKenzie: What to know about the Dolphins senior personnel executive Ran Carthon: What to know about the 49ers director of pro personnel Eliot Wolf: What to know...
    With rumors flying that Matt Ryan could potentially head to Pittsburgh, it’s been made clear that won’t be happening.  When the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, it’s fully expected to be Ben Roethlisberger’s final game with his team. Yes, he hasn’t officially announced this is his last hurrah, but all signs are pointing to that being the case. So, who will be the starting signal-caller for the Steelers come Week 1 next season? No one knows, but what we do know is that Matt Ryan won’t be the man taking over the job. Rumors had flown that Ryan could potentially make his way to Heinz Field, but Ryan won’t be leaving Atlanta. Anyone trying to move Matt Ryan to Pittsburgh as Ben Roethlisberger’s successor can put that speculation to rest.Falcons coach Arthur Smith wanted Ryan to return when he took the job & he has made it clear to owner Arthur Blank and GM Terry Fontenot that Ryan is his QB for 2022 — Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) January 9, 2022 Matt Ryan to Pittsburgh rumors can’t...
    It would appear at this point the great Chicago Bears collaboration has its limits. The Bears pinned their faith in the power structure at Halas Hall over the last four years and the idea they’ve been on the right track all along on some form of the word “collaboration.” As Year 4 of the Matt Nagy era comes to an end Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings at US Bank Stadium, one of the main collaborators may well survive. That is the undercurrent of discussion among folks around the league with speculation general manager Ryan Pace will remain employed. There is no doubt from anyone Nagy will be fired — perhaps as soon as Sunday evening — but league sources have said for some time word is Pace will find a way to make it to an eighth season with the organization, and that buzz has only amplified the last two weeks. Nothing is certain until Chairman George McCaskey, who has not spoken publicly since last January, outlines his vision for the franchise. Until McCaskey sits down for...
    The Chicago Bears have one final game Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium that will close the book on another disappointing season. The more intriguing developments are likely to come in the hours, days and weeks that follow with the team needing to establish a new path for 2022 and beyond while explaining the reasoning behind whatever changes they make. As another transition likely begins, here are five key dynamics to assess. 1. Matt Nagy’s job status On Wednesday morning, Matt Nagy said he hadn’t heard anything from his superiors about his job security beyond Sunday, contradicting on-air comments from NFL analyst Boomer Esiason that Nagy had been told Sunday will be his last game with the team. “I’m very honest and open with y’all, and that has not been told to me,” Nagy said during a Zoom session with beat reporters. “There are going to be reports that come out probably at this time of the season. So anything that is said or reported by anybody is just that. I haven’t been...
    Getty Russell Gage #14 of the Atlanta Falcons. Russell Gage entered the 2021 season as the Atlanta Falcons‘ No. 2 wide receiver, but little did he or anyone else know he would be forced to take over the No. 1 role. Things got spooky when Calvin Ridley announced his decision to step away from football on Halloween and it was up to Gage to step up to fill his void while backup Tajae Sharpe filled in at the No. 2 spot. While he’s listed as the Falcons’ top reciever, he has not played up to that kind of caliber––well, until recently. He missed much of the early season due to an ankle injury and when he did finally make his return, his performance was very inconsistent and there were ever games where he didn’t catch a single catch. But then he became a ball magnent. In Atlanta’s Week 13 30-17 loss to the Buccaneers, Gage had himself a 100-yard receiving day, marking the first from a receiver all year. He led the team that day catching 11 of...
    Getty Matt Ryan's biggest critics are two three-year-olds. Ever wonder what it’s like to have a starting NFL quarterback as your own dad? Well, according to Atlanta Falcons Matt Ryan’s twin sons, Marshall and Johnny, it’s not that cool. “They do not think I’m cool. They tell me I’m a bad dancer — I get all that kind of stuff from them. And I’m not [a good dancer]. I mean, they’re not wrong,” Ryan said in a recent interview with the New York Post. “So yeah, they’re not impressed with me.” The twins might only be three-years-old, but they know what they’re talking about––sort of. LETS F*CKING GO!!!!!!!! #BattleATL pic.twitter.com/m16a26BZ1G — Sarah Ryan (@sryan03) November 3, 2021 “They know I play football and they know football and that kind of stuff, but I don’t really think they kind of understand what’s going on,” Ryan said. ALL the latest Falcons news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Falcons newsletter here! Join Heavy on Falcons!The Ice Cubes Are Bigger Fans of Kyle Pitts & Calvin RidleyWhile their dad...
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