Author: Colby Faria

Sean Payton will be the next Head Coach of the Denver Broncos. Denver Broncos Acquire Sean Payton According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Denver Broncos have acquired now-former New Orleans Saints Head Coach, Sean Payton. https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/1620531082394472448?s=20&t=-lB_N7tiT3DseYdDJRhC_A Per the report, the Broncos will hand the Saints heavy compensation for Sean Payton as the club is set to part ways with both their first and second-round draft choices in this coming April’s draft while they’ll acquire the  Saints’ third-round selection in this year’s draft as well as Payton. https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/1620532996813254658?s=20&t=-lB_N7tiT3DseYdDJRhC_A Sean Payton Accolades Following a brief two-year playing career in multiple leagues, including…

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One of the top suitors for DeAndre Hopkins is seemingly off the board. Who’s Seemingly Out of the DeAndre Hopkins Sweepstakes? While rumors were swirling of New England Patriots coach and GM, Bill Belichick looking to possibly swing for the fence and give QB, Mac Jones a top wideout coupled with former All-Pro WR, DeAndre Hopkins requesting a trade out of Arizona…it appears as if those rumors are completely dissolved. Earlier today it was announced that the Patriots were hiring former Alabama Offensive Coordinator, Bill O’Brien for the same position he held with the club back in 2011. While O’Brien…

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Tony Pollard will NOT return to the Cowboys-49ers clash. Late in the first-half of Sunday’s NFL divisional round game between the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers, Cowboys tailback Tony Pollard exited the game with an apparent left leg injury. Pollard was attended to by medical personnel on the field and subsequently carted off to the locker room with an air cast on left leg. Early in the second-half, the FOX broadcast announced that Pollard will not be returning to Sunday night’s game due to a high-ankle sprain. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport offered the following update on Pollard if the…

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The Cincinnati Bengals are headed back to the AFC Championship Game. Joe Burrow and the Bengals dominated Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills wire-to-wire en route to a 27-10 victory in snowy Buffalo, New York. With the win, Burrow and co. will head to the AFC title game for the second consecutive season, where they’ll face a less than 100% Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs on the road, much-like they did last season. Post-Game Comments Bengals QB Joe Burrow told CBS’ Tracy Wolfson that ticket sites should be refunding Bills and Chiefs fans their pre-sold AFC Championship Game…

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