ESPN’s Mike Golic Blasts NFL For Julian Edelman’s Four-Game Suspension More Julian Edelman’s suspension isn’t sitting well with ESPN’s Mike Golic. The New England Patriots wide receiver is facing a four-game ban for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances, pending an appeal.
We knew in our heads we were right, the new governor said. And we knew in our hearts that we would win. And we did.
He also thanked both Lesniak and former Gov. Chris Christie, whose administration spearheaded the case for seven years before Murphy took over in January. Christie was invited to the ceremony but did not attend.
It’s been very competitive the whole camp, Shurmur said. There’s certain things that certainly we can’t do. We got it settled down, and in this situation where scuffles break like that, we just take them out of the practice, let them cool off. … Will Hernandez is a very competitive guy and they just kind of butted heads.
Asked about Solder getting his leg tweaked, Shurmur said he hadn’t seen the whole deal and would watch the tape later, but insisted the leg of the Giants’ free-agent prize was fine.
Baseball fans in San Francisco and outside San Francisco pretty much all agree that Lincecum was a perfect fit to be a superstar in that city. So it’s strange to think that might not have ever happened had Lincecum decided to sign a professional contract with the Cubs after they drafted him out of high school. Or even if Cleveland had been able to lure him away from the University of Washington when the Indians picked him in the 2005 draft. But Lincecum didn’t sign either time, a fact Giants fans will eternally be grateful for.
But he didn’t come close to matching that production with the Redskins last season, limited to 20 catches for 240 yards and one touchdown. Pryor tore the deltoid ligament in his right ankle Week 1 and tried to play on it before opting for surgery and going on injured reserve Nov. 21. He couldn’t practice much, and it hindered his production significantly.
I just really couldn’t focus on my game, because I was too worried about my foot, he said. It kind of took control and controlled my mind.
In an effort to ensure future health, Pryor has been talking to different veterans about how they prepare for training camp. He plans to spend money over the next month on different techniques to build up the muscles around his ankle.