An absent Redskin switched teams due to a last-minute trade in Honolulu that ensured all three of Washington’s representatives would play for Deion Sanders in the 2014 NFL Pro Bowl.
Jerry Rice traded Brian Orakpo, who had not yet arrived in Hawaii, to Sanders for NFL sack leader Robert Mathis in the final move of the Pro Bowl draft. Per the rules of the new draft format, Rice was allowed to force a trade for any non-quarterback because his team picked second. Read more »
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Once again, the talent evaulators forgot about Alfred Morris.
Leading up to Sunday, the NFL has done everything it can to make the 2014 Pro Bowl a spectacle. Deion Sanders has grown snow-white scruff that plays nicely off his team’s neon key lime motif. Jerry Rice got up in Sanders’ grill like Richard Sherman at a prefight weigh-in with Floyd Mayweather. Sadly, there were no dropkicks.
The two Hall-of-Famers selected their all-star teams Wednesday in the second day of the unconferenced Pro Bowl draft. Neither picked Alfred Morris, who was assigned to Team Sanders in the 19th round because Rice had reached his position limit with three running backs. Read more »
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When he’s not waiting tables, Ryan Kerrigan earns his keep chasing quarterbacks.
Despite tussling with offensive linemen on almost every down, Kerrigan has remained durable, starting all 45 games of his NFL career. In the following video from the NFL Up campaign, the linebacker shares his maintenance routine.
Watch Kerrigan perform sardine squats and leg extensions while he talks about the importance of fitness and how we wants to be like Jerry Rice. Read more »
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