Raiders Opinion: WR Brown Ushers In New Era

Oakland Raiders WR Antonio Brown
We’ll see what happens, but it seems like the Raiders finally got a win. Hopefully, all that glimmers is gold and the Raiders are back!

Opinion: Media Pouts Over Antonio Brown Trade

Oakland Raiders WR Antonio Brown
Waking up to the details of the Antonio Brown trade to the Oakland Raiders, I wanted to see how people would receive the trade.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Foles’ Gold?

Whether it is a Super Bowl MVP, a young quarterback looking for a shot to prove himself, or a fresh face in the NFL draft, the message is clear: the Jaguars want a new quarterback. It is easy to see why Jacksonville is looking for...

Jaguars Should Woo Jesse James or Jared Cook

Dec 4, 2017; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Jesse James (81) makes a catch against Cincinnati Bengals middle linebacker Kevin Minter (right) in the second half at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
It’s clear that the Jacksonville Jaguars are making room financially (about $30 million) to make a splash on the first day of free agency, which is Wednesday, March 13th. With the release of defensive tackle Malik Jackson, offensive tackle Jermey Parnell, safety Tashaun Gipson, and...

Raiders Must Exercise Financial Practicality

Oakland Raiders Head Coach Jon Gruden
The hope here is the Raiders do not drastically deviate from the course with the money surely burning a gaping hole in Gruden’s wallet.

Raiders Dilemma: Beckham or Brown?

Oakalnd Raiders Potential Trade Targets Odell Beckham Jr. and Antonio Brown
Ultimately, the Raiders probably won’t nor should they trade for Odell and A.B. They’d both be great players and RaiderNation would love for them on Madden, but they wouldn’t make sense for a team entering a major rebuild.

Favorite Eagles Showcase: Desean Jackson

Jackson Showcase
There's no denying that Desean Jackson was one of the most explosive players in the NFL during the 21st century. Whether it's on offense as a dynamic pass catcher or on special teams as a returner, D-Jax was a playmaker. But, as Eagles' fans...

Redskins Draft Day Fundraiser – April 25th

Washington Redskins
Full Press Coverage is honored to be partnering with The Hog Farmers and Let’s Talk Redskins in what everyone hopes will be an annual tradition.  On Thursday, April 25th at The G.O.A.T. in Arlington, VA, we will be holding a Draft Day Fundraiser. This...

5 Free Agent Wide Receivers the Jets Should Consider in 2019

Golden Tate
The New York Jets will enter the 2019 offseason with second highest total salary cap space in the NFL (behind only the Colts). This being said, fans should expect GM Mike Maccagnan to spend big and begin filling some of the holes on the...

2019 NFL Draft: Playmaking Receivers Needed in Jacksonville

The need for a game-changing playmaker at wide receiver is a must for the Jaguars moving into the 2019 season and beyond. The wide receiving corps was sub-par at best in 2018, and many of the current wide receiving group are culpable. One can...

Raiders Opinion: One More For The Town

Current Raiders Home:
Looks like it is the Town. According to a Phil Matier of the San Francisco Chronicle, the Raiders are getting close to finalizing a one-year lease (with a 2020 emergency option) to play at the Oakland Coliseum in 2019. Whether or not you love the...

North Carolina vs. Duke: The 10 Most Memorable Games

The North Carolina Tar Heels and Duke Blue Devils will meet for the 249th time Wednesday at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham. No. 8 Carolina is looking for their second consecutive win in the series after besting their archrival in last season’s regular season...

Antonio Brown Meets With Art Rooney II, Both Agree It’s Time To Part Ways

Antonio Brown
The long awaited meeting between Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown and owner Art Rooney II finally took place. The mercurial receiver and the owner got together in Florida on Tuesday, had an amicable meeting, and mutually agreed to part ways. When news of...

Pittsburgh Steelers Draft Profile: Vosean Joseph

GAINESVILLE, FL - OCTOBER 06: Florida Gators linebacker Vosean Joseph (11) reacts to a play during the game between the LSU Tigers and the Florida Gators on October 6, 2018 at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field in Gainesville, Fl. (Photo by David Rosenblum/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
Vosean Joseph was a three-star recruit from Miami who started 21 games for the Florida Gators, 11 in his final season.

Storytelling: How the Media Shapes NFL Narrative

There was a time, before the 24-hour news cycle, where the National Football League had a legitimate offseason. From March through the beginning of August, save for the draft, talk around the NFL diminished to the point of near silence. The introduction of modern...

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