oe Thomas is keeping busy this offseason. Thomas, fresh off his 10th-straight trip to the Pro Bowl, revealed on Friday he’ll be a guest on ABC’s Celebrity Family Feud. The Browns left tackle on Friday offered his Twitter followers a glimpse of what’s to come. Thomas gave an impromptu interview on Cleveland Browns Daily earlier this month where he spoke about the Browns’ offseason plans and his latest experience at the Pro Bowl, where he and other mainstays created the first-ever “Skills Showdown” to liven up the annual all-star game. Thomas and his teammates are set to return to Berea in April for offseason workouts.
For the second year in a row, former Florida State Seminole and Northview Cougar Marquez White will host his "A Different Way Out" football camp in the Wiregrass for kids K-9th grade on March 11. The camp will be held at Northview High School and will be comprised of two sessions. One starting at 10:00 AM, and the other starting at 1:00 PM. Last year, Dalvin Cook, Travis Rudolph, and Derwin James assisted in teaching the kids, but this year, Jacksonville Jaguars Cornerback Jalen Ramsey, New Orleans Saints Cornerback P.J. Williams, and Tampa Bay Buccaneer Cornerback Javien Elliott. The camp does cost money. Early registration costs $25, while walk-ups cost $35. White is setting a 200 camper l
Lorenzo Alexander has been asked to do almost everything you can imagine in his 10-year NFL career. The former undrafted college free agent out of Cal has been a stalwart on every special teams unit for the four NFL teams for whom he's played. He's been urged to bulk up to 315 pounds try to stick with teams as a run stuffer, and he's been instructed to slim down to 235 pounds to try to play with more speed on the edge. He's been a football vagabond, an easily coachable, team-first, do-anything contributor, bopping around the league on a series of one-year, veteran-minimum deals, fighting to make rosters with his special teams acumen and his willingness to fill in at any number of positions i
HOUSTON – Yes, the New England Patriots racked up a rare pair of losses over the course of their dominant road to Super Bowl LI, but running back Dion Lewis has the equivalent of a perfect season under his belt. Say 16-0 to Patriots fans and it comes with mixed emotions, evoking memories of the flawless regular season in 2007 before ultimate glory slipped away thanks to the New York Giants and David Tyree’s Catch (something so painful deserves a capital letter) and all that. Lewis, however, can stick 16-0 next to his name and puff his chest out with pride. The 26-year-old, quite simply, does not know what it feels like to lose in a Patriots uniform in games he has appeared in. Starting in We