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Post time 25-9-2010 10:08 AM | Show all posts
kat msia takde pun sukan ni tgok la estro sport
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Post time 11-3-2012 11:15 AM | Show all posts



          NFL:   espn.go.com


Redskins get No. 2 pick from Rams


By Adam Schefter
Saturday, March 10, 2012

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In a predraft blockbuster trade, the St. Louis Rams have agreed in principle to send the second overall pick in this year's draft to the Washington Redskins for three first-round draft picks and a second-round pick.

The trade, first reported by FoxSports.com, cannot be signed off on, turned in and processed until the new league year starts at 4 p.m. ET Tuesday, but it is expected to become official then.

"In order to execute each of our club's plans for free agency and the upcoming draft, we have agreed to a trade between our two teams for the 2nd pick in the 2012 draft. We will submit this trade to the NFL for approval," Redskins general manager Bruce Allen and Rams general manager Les Snead said in a combined statement Saturday morning.

Rams chief operating officer Kevin Demoff also confirmed the deal Saturday morning to The Associated Press.




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The Rams highly coveted number 2 pick is officially off the market in 2012 NFL Draft.
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In the deal, the Rams will receive the Redskins' No. 6 overall pick this year, as well as the Redskins' first-round picks in 2013 and 2014. The Rams also will receive Washington's second-round pick this year in return for the second overall pick that the Redskins now will use on whichever quarterback the Indianapolis Colts do not draft No. 1 overall.

"We understand it was a heavy price but when you bought your home you probably wanted to pay a little less too," Washington general manager Bruce Allen said Saturday. "But you like your home once you live in it."

The deal was agreed upon early Thursday afternoon, but the NFL Management Council prohibited any announcement, a league source told ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen. The Rams now have the sixth, 33rd and 39th overall picks in next month's draft.

The Redskins are paying a hefty price to move into position to take Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III. It shifts the Redskins up four places from sixth in the April draft, leapfrogging any other team that would have an interest in Griffin, the Baylor quarterback.

"Stock in Superman socks just sky rocketed...," Redskins receiver Anthony Armstrong tweeted, referring to the Superman socks Griffin wore at the Heisman ceremony in December.

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Information from ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen and The Associated Press was used in this report.


Adam Schefter - ESPN NFL Insider







my comment:

i think redskins are paying a huge price to secure number 2 pick from the rams for this april nfl draft. if #2 pick is certain to be redskins franchise for years to come, this is good decision. but, how many times has that happened? latest, peyton manning and that was 14 years ago.

as for the rams, they just won a lottery. with at least 2 first round picks for 2012, 2013 and 2014, and rookie salary scale is in place, barring any trade, they are set to stock up their team with great talents (provided their draft experts draft diligently).

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Post time 22-3-2012 03:56 AM | Show all posts



          NFL:   ESPN.com


NFL hammers Saints for bounties



ESPN
March 21, 2012, 3:16 PM ET

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New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton was suspended without pay for the 2012 season by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, and former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams was banned indefinitely on Wednesday because the team's players were paid bounties for big hits on opponents from 2009-11.

The NFL said it is the first time the league has suspended a head coach. The explanation for Payton's ban indicates he tried to cover up what the Saints were doing.

According to the NFL, Payton ignored instructions from the league and Saints ownership to make sure bounties weren't being paid. The league also chastised him Wednesday for choosing to "falsely deny that the program existed," and for attempting to "encourage the false denials by instructing assistants to 'make sure our ducks are in a row.'"







Sean Payton suspended for one year in bounty controversy.
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Handing down sweeping and serious punishment for a system that paid out thousands of dollars for knocking specific players out of games, Goodell also banned Saints general manager Mickey Loomis for the first eight regular-season games next season, and assistant coach Joe Vitt for the first six games.

In addition, Goodell fined the Saints $500,000 and took away their second-round draft picks this year and next.

Goodell called what the Saints did "particularly unusual and egregious" and "totally unacceptable."

"We are all accountable and responsible for player health and safety and the integrity of the game. We will not tolerate conduct or a culture that undermines those priorities," Goodell said in a statement released by the NFL. "No one is above the game or the rules that govern it."

Payton's season-long suspension without pay will cost him $7.5 million, sources familiar with the contract extension the Saints coach signed before the 2011 season told ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen. Payton also had incentives that could potentially have boosted his pay above the $7.5 million salary.

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Information from ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen and The Associated Press was used in this report.





my comment:

all i can say is, wow! click REACTION for players opinions.

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Post time 23-3-2012 12:12 PM | Show all posts



          NFL:   Yahoo.com


Luck proves his greatness with a brilliant Pro Day performance



Doug Farrar
Shutdown Corner
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March 22, 2012

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PALO ALTO, CA. -- A huge media throng showed up at Stanford on Thursday to see quarterback Andrew Luck engage in a Pro Day throwing session in which there were 48 scripted throws and just three incompletions -- and all three incompletions were placed perfectly by Luck. It's difficult for the consensus first overall draft pick to raise his stock at a Pro Day throwing session, but Luck did just that by displaying every attribute he possesses showing off a few he's been working up to new levels, and ending his performance with a 75-yard bomb that was right on point -- but dropped.

Luck started warming up with quarterback coach George Whitfield about noon; he did stretching and then throws for a good half hour. He started his throwing session with sideline routes 15-20 yards to the right side. First few passes went that way, and Luck added play action and boot action at the end. Then, a few of the same routes to the left side. Then, shorter seam routes, then ten yard out and ups. There was a hard comeback about ten yards to the right, then one to the left.



Andrew Luck Pro Day Workout at Stanford - 1/4




The NFL Network's coverage of Andrew Luck's pro day.
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Then, specific timing drills in which Luck had to get his body turned right very quickly for quick screens to the right. He then had that same quick turn exercise with a coachdropping the ball into his hands so that he could throw longer outs. The exercise was seemingly done to affect his focus and timing, and you could almiost see Luck thinking that it would take a lot more than an off-timed simulated snap to throw him from his bearings.

When Whitfield used a broom and ran after him to simulate a pass rush, Luck showed every bit of his remarkable and underrated mobility - specifically, his ability to read routes on the run, keep his eyes downfield, and time it up with his receivers no matter what.


Doug Farrar is the editor of Shutdown Corner, Yahoo! Sports NFL blog.








this guy reminds me of some steve young and peyton manning.

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Post time 25-4-2012 08:51 PM | Show all posts



2012 NFL Draft


Radio City Music Hall, New York City

                                          Round 1:   Thursday    April 26    ESPN    8PM ET / 5PM PT
                                          Round 2-3:   Friday   April 27   ESPN   7PM ET / 4PM PT
                                          Round 4-7:   Saturday   April 28   ESPN   12PM ET / 9AM PT





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Post time 28-4-2012 11:27 PM | Show all posts


2012 NFL Draft



First Round - Top 10 Picks
  1. Indianapolis Colts
    Andrew Luck - QB, Stanford. The centerpiece to a foundation largely to be constructed in this draft, Luck is compared to his predecessor, Peyton Manning, who quickly became the pillar of the Colts' franchise the last time Indy drafted a quarterback first overall in 1998. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  2. Washington Redskins (from St. Louis Rams)
    
Robert Griffin III - QB, Baylor. Coach Mike Shanahan called Griffin the ideal fit for the West Coast offense, and pundits compare the Heisman winner to Aaron Rodgers and Steve Young. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  3. Cleveland Browns (from Minnesota Vikings)
    Trent Richardson - RB, Alabama. The Browns didn't settle the QB questions, but are starved for a difference-maker. Richardson runs big but is also elusive and was effective facing eight-man fronts at Alabama. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  4. Minnesota Vikings (from Cleveland Browns)
    Matt Kalil - OT, USC. Minnesota surrendered 50 sacks last season, meaning improved protection for 2011 first-round pick Christian Ponder was essential. Ponder has had three straight injury-shortened seasons including his rookie year. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  5. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
    
Justin Blackmon - WR, Oklahoma State. As the Vikings before them, the Jaguars made a move that should greatly benefit their second-year quarterback (Blaine Gabbert). Blackmon gives the Jaguars their first legitimate No. 1 receiver since Jimmy Smith. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  6. Dallas Cowboys (from Washington Redskins through St. Louis Rams)
    
Morris Claiborne - CB, LSU. The Cowboys spent $50 million to land free agent cornerback Brandon Carr and then parted with their top two picks in 2012 to land Claiborne, a smooth, athletic lead cornerback who can also spark the return game. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Jacksonville Jaguars)
    Mark Barron - SS, Alabama. Barron is a tough, in-the-box safety but also snagged 12 interceptions in his career with the Crimson Tide and was charged with calling the team's defense. He should shore up the Buccaneers' shaky defense in more ways than one. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  8. Miami Dolphins
    Ryan Tannehill - QB, Texas A&M. The Dolphins last drafted a quarterback in the first round way back in 1983, Dan Marino. Tannehill has only 19 career starts but played for Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman, which should make him a candidate to compete with incumbent QB Matt Moore as a rookie. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  9. Carolina Panthers
    
Luke Kuechly - ILB, Boston College. A tackle machine, Kuechly and outside linebacker Jon Beason should stabilize the Panthers' run defense and both can cover downfield. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  10. Buffalo Bills
    Stephon Gilmore - CB, South Carolina. After spending heavily to build a potentially dominant defensive line, Gilmore brings a physical presence and excellent athleticism to blanket outside receivers and received a high competitive grade. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.




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Post time 28-4-2012 11:28 PM | Show all posts


2012 NFL Draft



First Round - Middle 10 Picks
  11. Kansas City Chiefs
    Dontari Poe - DT, Memphis. A 346-pound dancing bear of a defensive lineman, Poe has freakish athletic ability for his size, but wasn't a major factor in the Tigers' defense. Head coach Romeo Crennel can draw a lot out of him, but the Chiefs have missed on talented defensive linemen before. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  12. Philadelphia Eagles (from Seattle Seahawks)
    
Fletcher Cox - DT, Mississippi State. Cox runs like a tight end but has defensive end size, the kind of penetrating one-gap tackle coach Andy Reid covets between speed edge rushers Jason Babin and Trent Cole. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  13. Arizona Cardinals
    Michael Floyd - WR, Notre Dame. A workout partner with fellow Minnesota native Larry Fitzgerald, Floyd now pairs with the perennial Pro Bowl lead receiver to bring a solid second option to a suddenly explosive Cardinals' offense. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  14. St. Louis Rams (from Dallas Cowboys)
    Michael Brockers - DT, LSU. In February, the Rams were slated to pick second overall. Two deals later, the Rams landed a defensive tackle with the developmental upside to prove one of the real steals of the draft. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  15. Seattle Seahawks (from Philadelphia Eagles)
    
Bruce Irvin - OLB, West Virginia. A lightning-quick but undersized defensive end/outside linebacker hybrid, Irvin had off-field problems in Morgantown but is a pressure-package player who can make the most difference on third downs. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  16. New York Jets
    
Quinton Coples - DE, North Carolina. Coples played defensive tackle and defensive end for the Tar Heels. He passes the eyeball test, but at 6-6, 280, he's chided for inconsistent effort and doesn't dominate as much as expected based on his natural skills. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  17. Cincinnati Bengals (from Oakland Raiders)
    Dre Kirkpatrick - CB, Alabama. The Bengals' collection of cornerbacks is only average, and Kirkpatrick's size and long arms could make him a left cornerback starter immediately despite questions about his deep speed and lean frame. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  18. San Diego Chargers
    Melvin Ingram - OLB, South Carolina. Ingram is super-athletic with 19 sacks the last two seasons, but wasn't a fulltime starter in his college career. With only 32 sacks, the Chargers were pliable in the secondary, giving up 29 TD passes and too many big plays. Pass rush was a need, in part, because the No. 16 pick in 2009, Larry English, has been dogged by injuries. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  19. Chicago Bears
    
Shea McClellin - OLB, Boise State. A fast-rising, athletic pass rusher compared to Clay Matthews, he could be used at strong-side linebacker and rush the passer in the Bears' nickel package opposite Julius Peppers. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  20. Tennessee Titans
    Kendall Wright - WR, Baylor. A reliable route-runner and return threat, Wright is explosive and can be groomed to become Jake Locker's favorite target opposite Kenny Britt. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.




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Post time 28-4-2012 11:28 PM | Show all posts


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First Round - Next 6 Picks
  21. New England Patriots (from Cincinnati Bengals)
    Chandler Jones - DE, Syracuse. The most explosive edge rusher on the roster in more than a decade, Jones is the younger brother of UFC star Jon "Bones" Jones and should help turn around a woeful pass defense in New England. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  22. Cleveland Browns (from Atlanta Falcons)
    
Brandon Weeden - QB, Oklahoma State. As promised to incumbent Colt McCoy, competition will be in training camp in the form of 28-year-old Weeden, who played in a similar-style offense at OSU. His age and shoulder issues could be lingering concerns. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  23. Detroit Lions
    Riley Reiff - OT, Iowa. Right tackle remains a lingering concern and left tackle Jeff Backus is closer to 40 than 30. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  24. Pittsburgh Steelers
    David DeCastro - OG, Stanford. The top-ranked interior lineman in the draft, DeCastro is more skilled coming out of college than Alan Faneca, a longtime fan favorite at left guard. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  25. New England Patriots (from Denver Broncos)
    
Dont'a Hightower - ILB, Alabama. Thumper with pass-rush skills, Hightower had a strong endorsement from Bill Belichick pal Nick Saban. He adds versatility to New England's scheme-flexible front seven. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  26. Houston Texans
    
Whitney Mercilus - DE, Illinois. A 3-4 linebacker convert candidate with enormous shoes to fill after the free-agent loss of Mario Williams. Mercilus led the nation in sacks as a junior. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.




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Post time 28-4-2012 11:29 PM | Show all posts


2012 NFL Draft



First Round - Last 6 Picks
  27. Cincinnati Bengals (from New England Patriots through New Orleans Saints)
    Kevin Zeitler - OG, Wisconsin. A strong interior blocker and fine fit in the Bengals' run-heavy offense. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  28. Green Bay Packers
    Nick Perry - OLB, USC. Perry is one of the best all-around athletes in the draft. If he hones those skills and polishes his pass-rush technique, he could become the sackmaster the Packers need opposite Clay Matthews. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  29. Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore Ravens)
    Harrison Smith - SS, Notre Dame. A converted safety with range to get to the sideline in Leslie Frazier's two-deep defense. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  30. San Francisco 49ers
    A. J. Jenkins - WR, Illinois. His 4.37 straight-line speed jumps off the page, and Jenkins is comparable to 2011 Ravens' first-round Torrey Smith, a sprinter with upside who paid immediate dividends for Baltimore last season. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Denver Broncos through New England Patriots)
    
Doug Martin - RB, Boise State. A bowling-ball runner with receiving skills, Martin is comparable to Ray Rice, who was Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano's workhorse at Rutgers. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.

  32. New York Giants
    David Wilson - RB, Virginia Tech. Track speed and rare explosiveness should make Wilson a welcome weapon with Brandon Jacobs moved on and Ahmad Bradshaw fighting chronic foot issues. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange.




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Post time 3-11-2013 11:59 PM | Show all posts
thread ni masih active lagi ke tak?
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Post time 19-11-2013 11:28 PM | Show all posts


just want to vent.

i've been very disappointed with the way 49ers played the last two weeks, all resulted in loss. the defense was playing excellent in both games. but they can't keep holding the opposition offense if 49ers offense kept getting 3-and-out most of the time. when 49ers offense was able to move the chains and marched downfield, they got home with no points or a measly field goal.

i'm not sure what the coaches were thinking, or not thinking? both defenses, carolina and new orleans, are an aggresive defenses. they knew coming in 49ers are having trouble with the passing games - no crabtree and receivers are not getting of the jam. the 49ers knew those teams would load the box to stop the ground game. why can't the coaches be more creative? where are the screen and slant? these two plays will always help back down an aggresive defense. but, we see none, as far as I could recall.

also, LMJ is better in open space than running through the tackles. put davis and boldin to match with the linebackers, instead of the corners. be creative. take what the defense gives. don't overthink. if all we can get is check down, fine! eventually, we'll be able to stretch the field. use the personnels wisely until everybody is back. defense spend too much time on the field and we're losing people to injury. but, if the offense plays better, we should be 8-2 instead of 6-4. games against the hawks is a loss cause. against the colts, a loss cause also because they were pre-occupied with aldon's issue. but these last two games, there's no excuse for losing them. and don't blame the loss to the saints to brooks' penalty call. that's just an unfortunate incident, even though it's a bad call.

i'm just frustrated.

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Post time 23-11-2013 10:55 AM | Show all posts
tak pernah main
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Post time 23-11-2013 10:55 AM | Show all posts
tapi rasa not bad
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Edited by Hustend at 28-9-2018 02:20 PM

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Post time 28-5-2019 03:28 PM | Show all posts
Ada gak ke peminat American Football kat malaysia ni?
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