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    One of the top wide receivers to come from South Florida in recent years is getting a shot in the NFL. Hurricanes wide receiver and St. Thomas Aquinas alumnus Mike Harley Jr. was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Cleveland Browns on Saturday. If Harley earns a roster spot, he will be at least the 44th St. Thomas Aquinas alumnus to play in the NFL. His former teammate, Oklahoma linebacker Nik Bonitto, was picked by the Denver Broncos earlier in the draft. Harley is one of the most successful wide receivers in Hurricanes history. In five seasons, he set a Hurricanes record with 182 career receptions, and he racked up 2,158 yards with 15 touchdowns. Last season, Harley had 57 catches for 543 yards and five scores. He was a 2020 All-ACC third-team pick. Harley said he wants his future team to know he’s a gamer and a versatile playmaker at wide receiver. “I’m a competitor,” Harley said. “My game speed, and I’m a route-runner. Inside, slot, wideout. I can do it all.” ()
    Aaron Rodgers cannot be happy that former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling is signing a multi-year deal with the Kansas City Chiefs in his free agency. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers loses another wide receiver to an AFC West franchise, this time with Marquez Valdes-Scantling getting the bag from the Kansas City Chiefs. While part of him has to be happy Valdes-Scantling made big-time money for the first time in his NFL career, another part of him probably wishes the Packers’ brass took care of the talented wide receiver. Valdes-Scantling joins former Packers wideout Davante Adams as new additions to the AFC West. Adams reunited with his former college teammate Derek Carr on the Las Vegas Raiders. Factor in previously released Packers pass-rusher Za’Darius Smith signing with the division rival Minnesota Vikings and there are no guarantees the NFC North runs through Lambeau Field next season. The #Chiefs are signing former #Packers WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling to a three-year, $30 million deal with $18 million in the first two years and incentives to reach a maximum of $36 million, his agents @NSAFootball tell...
    After trading Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins, the Kansas City Chiefs have brought in Marquez Valdes-Scantling on a three-year deal.  From the moment the Kansas City Chiefs traded Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins, fans had been calling on general manager Brett Veach to bring in a stud wideout for Patrick Mahomes. Those people have gotten their wish. According to Tom Pelissero, wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling is headed to the reigning AFC West champs on a three-year deal. The former Packer is going from catching balls from Aaron Rodgers to Patrick Mahomes. The #Chiefs are signing former #Packers WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling to a three-year, $30 million deal with $18 million in the first two years and incentives to reach a maximum of $36 million, his agents @NSAFootball tell @RapSheet and me. ???????? — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) March 24, 2022 Marquez Valdes-Scantling leaving the Packers stings for Aaron Rodgers The Valdes-Scantling interest from the Chiefs emerged recently and it looked like the two sides were getting closer and closer to a deal. With Hill now in Miami, there was pressure...
    Getty Head coach Kyle Shanahan of the San Francisco 49ers (R) talks with general manager John Lynch. The story of San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Jalen Hurd will forever be defined by one question: What might have been? Niners brass parted ways with Hurd Thursday, November 11, waiving the wideout who had been on the injured reserve list (IR) for the entirety of the 2021 regular season. It was a narrative 49ers fans became all too familiar with over Hurd’s three injury-plagued seasons in San Francisco. Selected by the team in the third-round of the 2019 NFL Draft, Hurd had a promising preseason stretch until he broke a bone in his back prior to the regular season. Following a year of rehabilitation, Hurd returned with high hopes in 2020 but promptly suffered a torn ACL, which caused the young wideout to miss all of his second season, as well. Hoping that the third time would be the charm, Hurd spent the offseason and preseason this year dealing with a lingering knee issue in the same joint that suffered...
    Getty Odell Beckham Jr. smiles before a 2021 game for Cleveland. The Detroit Lions didn’t make a move to add a wideout at the trade deadline, but they could still have their shot to add a top-flight player at the position on the waiver wire. After not being traded at the deadline, Odell Beckham Jr. is moving on from the Cleveland Browns via release as reported by Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Already, many thought the Lions would be a fit for Beckham at the deadline, and the team was looking for a wideout leading up to that period. No deal was done, but the Lions could be in perfect position to pounce if they wanted Beckham now. The latest Lions news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Lions newsletter here! Join Heavy on Lions! As ESPN insider Field Yates pointed out, Beckham will hit waivers on Monday if released in the next two days. That means the Lions will have the first chance to nab him via the waiver order if they want...
    Getty KhaDarel Hodge gestures during a 2020 Browns game. KhaDarel Hodge may have been disappointed to leave the Cleveland Browns, but his frustration quickly turned to excitement when the Detroit Lions nabbed him on the waiver wire last week. Hodge comes to Detroit with a great chance to be an immediate contributor, and that’s something the wideout seems to know as he begins his tenure with the team now. The latest Lions news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Lions newsletter here! Join Heavy on Lions! Hodge recently went on Instagram and showed off a new jersey edit with him wearing the Lions colors. As he simply said, “LFG” while giving Detroit a shoutout. Chris Burke of The Athletic spotted the post. Here’s a look: New Lions WR KhaDarel Hodge: pic.twitter.com/XiPDcRzH7Y — Chris Burke (@ChrisBurkeNFL) September 3, 2021 Obviously, it’s fun to see the new players get acclimated to their new surroundings, and also neat to see Hodge so fired up to be coming to town. With his patented guitar celebration, it would...
    New Orleans Saints wide receiver Deonte Harris allegedly had a .246 BAC breathalyzer reading -- more than three times the legal limit of 0.08% -- after his DUI arrest last month in Maryland.  According to a police report obtained by nola.com, Harris asked the officers to "just let me go." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The officer who arrested Harris said that they saw him swerving across three lanes of traffic and driving more than 20 mph over the speed limit in a Mercedes-Benz C300 just outside of Baltimore at 1:30 a.m. on July 16, nola.com reported. Harris allegedly handed the officer his credit card instead of his driver’s license. The officer wrote in the report that alcohol was "emitting from (Harris') breath and person" and that Harris' eyes were "bloodshot and glassy," according to nola.com. Harris admitted to having "two to three" tequila-based cocktails and he said that he was drinking since 4 p.m., the report stated. He reportedly failed three field sobriety tests and displayed 16 out of 18 clues police use to determine if...
    Getty Donovan Olumba The San Francisco 49ers know that wideout Jalen Hurd can be a real weapon in the Bay Area, assuming he can ever find his way onto the field. The third-year wide receiver was back in action Wednesday, Aug. 11 after sticking to the sidelines the day before. It was not the first time Hurd missed practice early in Niners training camp, but San Francisco head coach Kyle Shanahan implied it could be one of the last if Hurd can’t get healthy, and stay that way, long enough to contribute. “I know he’s battling back from a serious injury, and we know the potential he has and the upside and how much we think he can help us, but he’s got to show that,” Shanahan told media members Tuesday. “And there’s not a lot of time left. But we want to be smart with him. I know some things were bothering him today, so we were smart with him,” Shanahan continued. “Hopefully, he can get in a groove where he has a chance to go out...
    Getty WR N'Keal Harry of the New England Patriots. The Chicago Bears have more than a few pressing questions at wide receiver. With the team having until July 15 to ink top wideout Allen Robinson to a long-term deal, it’s looking like it would take a miracle for the Bears to sign him to a significant contract before he plays out the final year of his current three-year deal on the franchise tag. Chicago also has questions at the position behind Robinson. While second-year wideout Darnell Mooney is expected to take a big leap, former second-round pick Anthony Miller was the subject of trade rumors all offseason and the depth chart behind them both includes Riley Ridley, Marquise Goodwin, Damiere Byrd and Javon Wims, among others. The Bears have plenty of talent and speed, but the future at wide receiver remains a key question for Chicago. One analyst thinks he may have at least a partial answer. The latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears! Patriots...
    Getty Amon-Ra St. Brown runs away from USC. The Detroit Lions selected Amon-Ra St. Brown in the fourth-round of the NFL Draft, and as a result, little will be guaranteed to the player as he comes into the league. Even though that’s the case, St. Brown figure to have a huge chance to come to the Lions and play a huge role for the team given the fact that the Lions have major holes in their wideout group. Even such, he could be expected not to let that go to his head whatsoever as he makes his transition to the league. The latest Lions news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Lions newsletter here! Join Heavy on Lions! After St. Brown was selected, he hopped on Twitter and explained that he isn’t about to start taking things for granted, and the time for work begins now. ALWAYS grateful… NEVER satisfied Talk is cheap. Let’s get to work????#OnePride pic.twitter.com/E5T1JYMzdo — Amon-Ra (@amonra_stbrown) May 1, 2021 One common thread between the players the Lions have...
    New Green Bay Packers wide receiver Amari Rodgers says why he picked the Clemson football program over the Tennessee football team for college. Now that he has been drafted by the Green Bay Packers, former Clemson football star Amari Rodgers explains his logic by not staying home to play for the Tennessee football team. Rodgers put it very bluntly by saying that he picked Clemson over Tennessee because he wanted to win. Shots fired! There was some debate on him coming out of Knoxville Catholic High School if the Vols even offered him. As it turns out, they sure did. Rodgers did make the right choice to go play for a fantastic wide receivers coach in Dabo Swinney down in Clemson. The rest is history. Now we know why Rodgers went to Clemson instead of staying home to play for Vols in Knoxville. Here’s the full answer from Amari… the question was: Did Tennessee offer and if so why didn’t he go there and what drew him to Clemson? pic.twitter.com/7pI2NmaiPi — Matt Connolly (@MattOnClemson) May 1, 2021 Clemson football: Amari Rodgers throws shade...
    One Browns receiver is already warning opposing quarterbacks after the team signed Jadeveon Clowney. The Cleveland Browns were already set to enter 2021 with one of the best pass-rushers in football. Now Myles Garrett gets to pair up with Jadeveon Clowney and opposing offenses lines will have to decide who to double-team. There is no good choice. It is a fun time to be a Browns fans and the players are likely excited as well. Talent keeps coming to Cleveland and there are real Super Bowl aspirations for the first time in decades. One Browns receiver tweeted out his excitement about the news Wednesday afternoon. Ooooooweeeeee… QB Nightmare ???? https://t.co/dS33jQyMvO — Donovan Peoples-Jones (@dpeoplesjones) April 14, 2021 Browns wideout shares excitement about Jadeveon Clowney signingThat graphic of Garrett and Clowney is truly something to behold. Donovan Peoples-Jones has a right to be excited and he himself remains a potential key player in 2021. The 2020 rookie had 14 receptions for 304 yards and two touchdowns in his debut season. He had a few highlight-reel plays and filled in nicely...
    Getty The Baltimore Ravens making their pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. The Baltimore Ravens have a new hole to fill on their staff with the departure of wideout coach David Culley to join the Houston Texans as their next boss, but the news isn’t all bad for Charm City in the wake of the hiring. As a result of Culley’s hiring, the Ravens will also cash in with a pair of compensatory picks, two in the third round to be exact according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. The reason for the extra picks? Culley was a minority candidate and ended up becoming head coach, so his franchise got rewarded with the selections. It was a new NFL rule instituted for this season’s hiring cycle. The #Ravens will now get two third-round compensatory picks for the hire of a minority coach. It’s the second of the cycle, the first African American. https://t.co/MrNpp3UeJK — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 28, 2021 Culley officially was the choice for the Texans on Wedenesday night, beating out Leslie Frazier and...
    DK Metcalf went ahead and made things much worse for the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night after the Seattle victory.  Monday’s contest against the Philadelphia Eagles turned out to be a brilliant one for Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf. The second-year wideout caught 10 balls for 177 yards, marking his new career-high. To make things even better for Metcalf, his Seahawks took down the Eagles 23-17 in Week 12, improving their season record to 8-3. Defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz has to be kicking himself right now. Not only did his unit allow Metcalf to go off, but apparently Schwartz’s pre-game conversation with Metcalf led to the standout wideout’s monster night. https://t.co/EtzzEoMPBv pic.twitter.com/5D7fPMoHPx — DK Metcalf (@dkm14) December 1, 2020 DK Metcalf was motivated by Jim Schwartz to have a huge game against the EaglesMetcalf didn’t hold back, making it clear he was motivated by what Schwartz had to say. In the defensive coordinator’s defense, that sounds like a compliment he played him and not an insult. Calvin Johnson will go down as one of the most dominant receivers to...
    Getty Marquise Brown celebrates a big play The Baltimore Ravens were defeated against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the team may have emerged from the battle a bit more frustrated than they entered it in some aspects. After the defeat, wideout Marquise Brown appeared to lash out on Twitter in a now deleted tweet implying that the Ravens perhaps don’t use him and their offensive weapons in the best way possible in the game. The tweet was saved by Bleacher Report in the aftermath of it being sent. Hollywood Brown after the Ravens loss ???? @brgridiron pic.twitter.com/xLDZar7Hnm — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 1, 2020 During the game against the Steelers which was a close loss, Brown had just 1 reception for 3 yards and 1 touchdown. Though it was nice to see Brown get into the end zone and make a big play, he didn’t have the kind of production that would be expected in a big time game. Still, it remains true the Steelers are a solid defense and have a way of locking up the best...
    Getty Marvin Jones celebrates a touchdown catch. The Detroit Lions may have scored a huge steal with the selection of wideout Quintez Cephus in the late stages of the 2020 NFL Draft as far as Marvin Jones is concerned. Jones has been a great wideout for a long time in the league, and he sees a lot of potential in Cepuhs, Detroit’s offensive weapon selected in the last draft. According to Jones, he got a closer look at Cephus this offseason when working with the wideout and he likes what he saw in terms of physical attributes, specifically his ability to be strong and jump. Jones worked out with Quintez Cephus in California this offseason. "He definitely has the tools — his strength, his explosiveness, dude can jump out the gym. Itll be great to see him go." — Chris Burke (@ChrisBurkeNFL) August 13, 2020 The Lions themselves must have similar feelings about Cephus, or else they wouldn’t have released former fellow late round pick Travis Fulgham from the roster in their first round of cuts. That...
    Getty Mikes Boykin runs away from a sort out. The Baltimore Ravens had an amazing season in 2019 however struggled to place all the things collectively within the playoffs, however with some positive tuning, the crew may flip issues round in a giant method. So what has the crew finished this offseason? Labored on timing and getting issues ironed out earlier than the yr. On Good Morning Soccer, Boykin defined that the crew has been engaged on timing and getting issues on the proper path. [email protected] joined #GMFB to inform us why he’ll have a breakout yr in 2020. “I can present my expertise now.” Plus, we discuss @Lj_era8 and the way the @Ravens offense can stage up in 2020. pic.twitter.com/NkAsxWpJ35 — GMFB (@gmfb) June 25, 2020 Boykin mentioned: “Actually simply route working and timing. I feel that’s the most important factor particularly for a way younger we’re. We had me and Marquise Brown on the market a variety of the time, it was our first yr. Lamar Jackson, it was his...
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