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  1. Marlon Mack Could Emerge as the Indianapolis Colts’ Top Running Back July 2, 2018 Charon Vonberg The Indianapolis Colts are on their way into training camp with no clear feature back on the roster. Marlon Mack, Robert Turbin, Nyheim Hines, and Jordan Wilkins are all expected to participate in a backfield by committee. ... Mack is most likely to emerge as the Colts’ top option at running back as both Hines and Wilkins are rookies, and Turbin will miss the first four games of the season due to a PED suspension. Christine Michael is also an option for the Colts. Mack indeed showed plenty of potential in his rookie campaign with the Colts, but there is one thing that could hold him back from becoming a premier back in the NFL and that is consistency. Boom-or-Bust is a perfect term to describe Mack’s rookie season. He had six 20+ yard runs in just 93 carries but led the league in percentage of runs that resulted in no gain or a loss (32.2 percent). ... Earlier in the offseason, Colts General Manager Chris Ballard spoke on Mack’s rookie season in Indianapolis. He ended the year with 93 carries for 358 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns in 14 appearances. He was also targeted 33 times in the passing game and recorded 21 receptions, 225 receiving yards, and a receiving touchdown. “Look, everything with Marlon was better than I expected, everything,” Ballard said. “And I know he had some pass-protection issues, but he also did some good things in pass protection for a rookie back. He ran between the tackles better than I ever expected. Just because it was that outside-run (stuff), they were in that high-tempo offense, outside run-scheme – that was a hard evaluation to know if he could do it, but our scout (Jamie Moore) was driven by the kid. He kept saying he had done so much work on Marlon. You know, what his makeup was. He had played safety in high school, so he had some toughness. The coaches raved about his toughness. He said it was just kind of a byproduct of the offense.” It’s likely that the Colts’ lead back role is Marlon Mack’s to lose heading into training camp. He could emerge as a real contributor to a high-powered offense led by Andrew Luck. Mack certainly has the tools to flourish in 2018, but we will have to wait and see if he can handle the load. Link
  2. https://247sports.com/nfl/denver-broncos/Article/LOOK-Former-CB-Kayvon-Webster-hints-at-return-to-Broncos-118652700
  3. https://www.milb.com/milb/news/california-league-notebook-tommy-eveld-brings-football-mentality-to-mound/c-277618694
  4. Well, we're getting into Round 2 and 3 tonight Round Date Time (ET) Time per pick Round 1 April 26 8 p.m. 10 min Round 2 April 27 7 p.m. 7 min Round 3 April 27 ------ 5 min Round 4 April 28 12 p.m. 5 min Round 5 April 28 ------ 5 min Round 6 April 28 ------ 5 min Round 7 April 28 ------ 4 min Looking through best available on the NFL.com site: Anyway, trying to keep an eye on it with the NFL Draft Tracker
  5. NFL offers chance for Packers fifth-round draft pick Marquez Valdes-Scantling to show he belongs JASON WILDE For the State Journal 4 hrs ago GREEN BAY — The touchdown may have been 95 yards, but Quinton Flowers didn’t have to throw it nearly that far. Marquez Valdes-Scantling took care of most of it himself — and that’s what got the Green Bay Packers personnel department’s attention. Three months after the play, at 6-foot-4 and 206 pounds, Valdes-Scantling ran the 40-yard dash in 4.37 seconds at the NFL scouting combine. To put into perspective how fast that is for a wide receiver that size, there was another receiver who measured 6-4, weighed 194 pounds and ran his 40 in 4.38 seconds awhile back. That was at the 1998 combine — and that receiver was Randy Moss. Full length story at Madison.com
  6. Making room for our boy to get a shot...two released are CBs...
  7. It's a brief prospect report, but glad to see Quinton on the Packers site getting some attention...video available on page, follow link to go.
  8. Vikings Sign LB Reshard Cliett Minnesota added to its linebacker group Thursday with the signing of Reshard Cliett. A sixth-round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft by the Houston Texans, Cliett has not appeared in any NFL games. He has also spent time with the Chiefs, Titans, Cardinals, Jets and Broncos. He played at the University of South Florida. He had 7.5 tackles for loss with 6.0 sacks during his senior season with the Bulls. Vikings.com
  9. These guys have both been on the major league roster before. I was curious if Herget could make it on the roster. I thought he was close. And even Merrell. I think Herget probably ends up in AAA and Merrell in AA but need to do some research. There used to be a site that displayed MLB/MiLB players by alma mater, I'll see if I can find it. https://ebay.to/2pQo2kC https://ebay.to/2Ido8K3
  10. Sanchez could see himself coaching after his career in football. Excerpt from: Big County Prep's AUGGIE SANCHEZ: BULLS’ HEART AND SOUL MOVES ON TOWARD THE NFL Some pretty good stuff in there on Sanchez.
  11. VIKINGS 475711963 Draft prospect Quinton Flowers looks to Teddy Bridgewater for inspiration By Andrew Krammer Star Tribune MARCH 3, 2018 — 12:52AM INDIANAPOLIS – Quinton Flowers already is a success story on his own. But the South Florida quarterback, who is talking to NFL teams at the NFL scouting combine this week about playing running back, has a role model in Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. The two have been friends and training partners since the Miami-area high school rivals played each other on the gridiron. “I was on the defensive side of the ball, and I just remember Teddy with swag,” Flowers said Friday. “I always looked up to Teddy and wanted to be like Teddy.” Bridgewater, the Miami Northwestern senior, topped Flowers, the Miami Jackson freshman, in that game. South Florida quarterback Quinton Flowers “I remember when I was in the game, he pointed at one of his receivers and made a little dance,” Flowers recalled. “And ever since then I just knew he was going to be a great guy and a great player. I just try to kind of do some of the things he did.” Flowers went on to put up video-game numbers at South Florida, accounting for nearly 12,000 total yards and 112 touchdowns in four seasons. The 23-year-old already has set his own example by ... Rest of story
  12. Colts Appear to Be Moving on from Frank Gore It's a pretty deep rb class in the draft this year, plus you've got a new coaching staff, but hopefully Marlon can make the best of this opportunity ...
  13. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com WEB LINK: http://bit.ly/2CiEDSV FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: Dec. 14, 2017 Follow @USFAthletics On Twitter Like USF Athletics on Facebook All-American Courtney Williams Named to USA National Team Pool COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Dec. 14, 2017) – Former USF All-American Courtney Williams (’16) is among 13 Olympic and/or FIBA World Cup gold medalists, on a roster of 29 athletes today that were named to the 2017-20 USA Basketball Women’s National Team pool. The 2017-20 USA National Team pool was selected by the USA Basketball Women’s National Team Player Selection Committee and is expected to be from which the 2018 USA World Cup Team is selected. The 29 members of the 2017-20 USA National Team roster announced today include: Courtney Williams (Connecticut Sun); Seimone Augustus (Minnesota Lynx); Sue Bird (Seattle Storm); Tina Charles (New York Liberty); Layshia Clarendon (Atlanta Dream); Napheesa Collier (Connecticut); Elena Delle Donne (Washington Mystics); Skylar Diggins-Smith (Dallas Wings); Stefanie Dolson (Chicago Sky); Asia Durr (Louisville); Sylvia Fowles (Minnesota Lynx); Brittney Griner (Phoenix Mercury); Tiffany Hayes (Atlanta Dream); Jantel Lavender (Los Angeles Sparks); Jewell Loyd (Seattle Storm); Kayla McBride (Las Vegas Aces); Angel McCoughtry (Atlanta Dream); Kelsey Mitchell (Ohio State); Maya Moore (Minnesota Lynx); Chiney Ogwumike (Connecticut Sun); Nneka Ogwumike (Los Angeles Sparks); Kelsey Plum (Las Vegas Aces); Katie Lou Samuelson (Connecticut); Odyssey Sims (Los Angeles Sparks); Breanna Stewart (Seattle Storm); Diana Taurasi (Phoenix Mercury); Morgan Tuck (Connecticut Sun); Lindsay Whalen (Minnesota Lynx); and A’ja Wilson (South Carolina). Additionally, in continuing its preparations for the 2018 FIBA World Cup of Basketball and future USA Basketball Women’s National Team events, available members of the USA pool will participate in a minicamp Feb. 9-11, 2018, at the University of South Carolina. It will mark the second camp under the direction of Dawn Staley, 2017-20 USA Basketball Women’s National Team and South Carolina head coach. “I’m incredibly pleased with the pool of players that make up the 29 and the different experiences that they bring to the team,” said Staley, whose Gamecocks currently are 9-1 and ranked No. 4/5 nationally (as of 12/14/17). “I’m looking forward to putting my stamp on this training camp, because it’s new, it’s different. Yet, you can give the 29 members of the pool anything to run, and they’re going to make you look good. We just have to get together to form some chemistry. Many of us have been together and worked together, just not in this capacity. So, anytime we can get the USA National Team together and work for a few days, it’s only going to benefit us in the long run. “Anytime you can assemble the best players in our country together in one place, it always is an incredible thing. I think USA Basketball has done a great job of making things convenient for everyone in bringing people together in a place in which, I think everyone who comes will be pleasantly surprised at what Columbia has to offer and what our university has to offer. It’s a tremendous time that will be spent wisely, and it’ll be enjoyable.” “This is a very talented group, from four-time Olympians Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi, to the younger players who are hoping to compete in their first USA National Team competition,” said Carol Callan, USA Basketball Women’s National Team director and chair of the USA Women’s National Team Player Selection Committee. “As we looked toward the future, the committee first had to look at the past. We acknowledged that what has made the USA National Team program such a resounding success over the past two decades was the way our teams have seamlessly blended youth with veteran leadership. And because of that, we wanted to make sure we continued with that recipe in building a team. We can’t say enough about the veterans. We win simply because our best players want to play over and over again. “We are happy to be able to take advantage of this time, and I want to thank the University of South Carolina for allowing us to train there in February. USA Basketball is blessed with an array of talent, but that means that our athletes are in demand around the world in many different professional leagues. But, that is also a challenge for us in that we need to be able to find small pockets of time to train in order to be fully prepared to defend the gold medal at the 2018 FIBA World Cup in Spain. We are hoping to be able to get together for another minicamp prior to the start of the WNBA season, where we will continue to prepare and hope to have even more athletes available. We appreciate everyone who is able to participate in our training camps as we feel it’s invaluable to everyone to become more familiar with Dawn’s style of coaching and continue to build on the team culture that has been one of the hallmarks of our success.” As was the case over the past three quadrenniums, the 2017-20 USA National Team roster will be fluid. It is expected that the official, 12-member 2018 USA World Cup and 2020 U.S. Olympic teams, should the USA qualify to compete in Tokyo, will be comprised of players from the 2017-20 USA National Team. The USA will train at 10 a.m. (EST) daily Feb. 9-11 at the Carolina Coliseum, and the final roster of minicamp participants will be announced at a later date. Collegiate members of the 2017-20 USA squad, Collier, Durr, Kelsey Mitchell, Samuelson and Wilson, as well as those competing professionally in Asia, which currently includes Fowles, Loyd and Stewart, will be unavailable to participate in the camp. All 29 athletes possess prior USA Basketball international experience. Combined, the athletes own 100 gold medals, two silver medals and four bronze medals in official junior and senior level five-on-five competitions, as well as seven gold medals in international 3x3 events. The list of USA National Team members is underscored by a total of 25 Olympic and 19 FIBA World Cup gold medals. • Eleven of the athletes are Olympic champions: Bird and Taurasi are four-time Olympic gold medalists; Augustus and Fowles have earned three Olympic golds apiece; Charles, McCoughtry, Moore and Whalen have captured two Olympic gold medals; while 2016 marked the first Olympic gold for Delle Donne, Griner and Stewart. • Twelve have claimed FIBA World Cup gold: Bird lists as a four-time USA World Cup Team member and owns three gold medals and one bronze medal at the event; Taurasi has two gold medals and one bronze medal; Charles, McCoughtry, Moore and Whalen helped the USA capture the past two World Cup gold medals; Augustus has one gold medal and one bronze medal; Fowles earned gold in 2010; and Griner, Nneka Ogwumike, Sims and Stewart were members of the 2014 USA World Cup Team that returned home with gold medals. • Six USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year recipients: Augustus (2003), Charles (2009), Moore (2014), Stewart (2011, 2013), Taurasi (2006, 2010, 2012, 2016) and Wilson (2015). • Six WNBA MVPs: Charles (2012), Delle Donne (2015), Fowles (2017), Moore (2014), Nneka Ogwumike (2016) and Taurasi (2009) • Nineteen WNBA All-Stars: Augustus (7), Bird (10), Charles (5), Clarendon (1), Delle Donne (4), Diggins-Smith (3), Dolson (2), Fowles (4), Griner (4), Hayes (1), Lavender (1), McBride (1), McCoughtry (4), Moore (5), Chiney Ogwumike (1), Nneka Ogwumike (4), Stewart (1), Taurasi (8) and Whalen (5). • Nine WNBA champions: Augustus (4), Bird (2), Fowles (2), Griner (1), Lavender (1), Moore (4), Nneka Ogwumike (1), Taurasi (3) and Whalen (4). USA Basketball Women’s National Team Members of the USA Basketball Women’s National Team will compete in the 2018 FIBA World Cup (Sept. 22-30 in Tenerife, Spain) and, if the USA qualifies, the 2020 Summer Olympic Games (July 24-Aug. 9 in Tokyo), as well as additional USA training camps and exhibition games. The U.S. and Staley first will look to capture the title at the 2018 FIBA Women’s World Cup of Basketball, with an automatic berth to the 2020 Olympic Games being awarded to the gold medalist. Should the U.S. not finish with the gold medal in 2018, it would have two additional opportunities to qualify for the Olympics: the 2019 FIBA AmeriCup (dates and site TBD) and the 2020 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament (dates and site TBD). In addition to Callan, the USA Basketball Women’s National Team Player Selection Committee includes three-time Olympic and two-time World Cup gold medalist Katie Smith as the athlete representative; representing the WNBA is Connecticut Sun head coach Curt Miller and Los Angeles Sparks general manager Penny Toler; and University of Connecticut head coach Geno Auriemma, who coached USA teams to gold medals at the past two Olympics and FIBA World Cups, serves as a special advisor. FIBA World Cup of Basketball The USA owns a record nine gold medals, one silver medal and two bronze medals in FIBA World Cup play, while compiling an all-time 103-21 record at the event. In 2014, the most recent World Cup, the U.S. took the gold medal, while Spain captured silver and Australia won bronze. Automatically qualified for two of the 16 World Cup slots are host Spain and the USA as defending Olympic champion. Qualified from the Africa Zone are Nigeria and Senegal; Australia, China, Japan and South Korea qualified out of Asia; Argentina, Canada and Puerto Rico qualified out of the Americas; while Belgium, France, Greece, Latvia and Turkey qualified out of Europe. The 18th FIBA World Cup format will feature a round-robin competition in preliminary round play with four groups comprised of four teams each. Following the preliminary round, the first-place team in each group will advance directly to the quarterfinals, while the second- and third-place teams in each group will compete in quarterfinal play-in games. Quarterfinals winners will advance to the semifinals, and the gold medal game will be played on Sept. 30. USA Basketball Based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and chaired by retired Gen. Martin Dempsey, USA Basketball is a nonprofit organization and the national governing body for men’s and women’s basketball in the United States. As the recognized governing body for basketball in the U.S. by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) and the United States Olympic Committee (USOC), USA Basketball is responsible for the selection, training and fielding of USA teams that compete in FIBA-sponsored international competitions, as well as for some national competitions, and for the development of youth basketball initiatives that address player development, coach education and safety. Connect with USA Basketball on facebook.com/usabasketball, twitter.com/usabasketball, instagram.com/usabasketball and youtube.com/therealusabasketball. – #GoBulls –
  14. Thanks for the INT to set up the first Rams score. You keep finding a way to contribute to the Rams. #BullsNation
  15. The New England Patriots waived fourth-year defensive end Cassius Marsh on Tuesday and signed defensive end Eric Lee off the Buffalo Bills' practice squad. The 6-foot-3, 260-pound Lee, who entered the NFL as a rookie free agent in 2016 with Houston, has been active for one career NFL game (Week 4 vs. Atlanta this year) but did not play. He attended South Florida and spent 2016 on the Texans' practice squad before joining the Bills' practice squad in early September. The Patriots now have Trey Flowers, rookie Deatrich Wise Jr. and Lee as pure defensive ends on the roster.
  16. Colts' Frank Gore aiming to get Marlon Mack ready to take reins 8:17 AM ET Mike WellsESPN Staff Writer FaceboTwittFacebook MessengePintereEmaipricomment INDIANAPOLIS -- The initial meeting -- sometime after last spring's draft -- wasn’t a lengthy conversation. That’s not Frank Gore's or Marlon Mack's style. The two Indianapolis Colts running backs are reserved, with neither likely to initiate a lengthy conversation. But some six-plus months after Mack was selected in the fourth round, the rookie’s locker is right next to Gore’s, and the veteran has embraced being a mentor for his potential replacement. Veteran Frank Gore, left, has embraced the role of preparing Marlon Mack, right, to be the Colts' featured back. Aaron Doster/USA TODAY Sports “I want to make sure he's ready once I leave here," Gore, who's set to be a free agent after this season, said of Mack. "One thing I really love about him is that he really listens to me and our running-back coach [Jemal Singleton]. When you tell him something he tries his best to get it done. That’s a plus to him. As long he keeps working, pays attention to detail, he has a chance to be a special kid in this league.” Gore, 34, could have easily been territorial about the running back position after coach Chuck Pagano said the Colts had to find ways to get Mack, 21, more touches in the backfield. But Gore is realistic. He knows he’s no longer in the prime of his career, where he can be the only running back. “That’s not me anymore,” Gore said. “I know I can still play this game at a high level, but I also know I can’t take all the carries anymore. I want to make sure when I leave here that Marlon is fully ready to take over.” Mack got a glimpse of Gore’s work ethic in February. Mack was in Miami to prepare for the NFL scouting combine when Gore was also working out there, barely a month after he rushed for 1,025 yards on 263 carries in his 12th season. A lot of NFL players are still recovering from the season at that time. Not Gore. “And he was going hard, too,” Mack said. “That’s one of the reasons why he’s been great.” Mack became Gore’s primary backup when veteran Robert Turbin was lost for the season due to an elbow injury suffered against Tennessee in Week 6. Mack has rushed for 212 yards on 52 carries to go with 10 catches for 110 yards and a total of three touchdowns this season. Gore does most of his talking with Mack during film sessions. One thing the rookie out of the University of South Florida has excelled at has been his ability to get to the edge and turn the corner. But Gore, known for running between the tackles, often reminds Mack that teams aren’t going to continue to allow him to use his speed to turn the corner. He’s going to need to add more to his repertoire to reach his potential. “Everyone knows he has a lot of speed and he can get around the corner, so they’re trying to bracket him off, so I try to teach him little stuff like that,” Gore said. “You have to have more than just speed.” Read more at: http://www.espn.com/blog/indianapolis-colts/post/_/id/22050/frank-gore-wants-to-make-sure-marlon-mack-is-ready-to-take-reins-with-colts
  17. Probably wrong forum but Marlon Mack is #2 on the Colts depth chart released this week. Could see significant playing time against the Rams this week.
  18. by Joey Knight Thursday, September 7, 2017 4:48pm Wasn't terribly long ago -- less than four years -- that Courtney Williams was a disillusioned defensive liability who couldn't crack USF's starting five. Now, she's trying to crack the U.S. national team's roster. Williams, who has led the Connecticut Sun into the WNBA playoffs, is among 30 players who have accepted an invitation to participate in the 2017 USA Basketball Women's National Team training camp Sept. 30-Oct. 2 in Santa Barbara, Calif. The camp will be used to help identify and train players for future international events including the 2018 FIBA World Cup in Spain and (if the U.S. qualifies) the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. The camp is expected to feature 25 WNBA players and five college All-Americans. South Carolina's Dawn Staley, who led the Gamecocks to the national title in April, is the national team coach. Williams remains the only player in USF history to collect at least 2,000 points (2,304), 900 rebounds (931) and 300 assists (318). A second-year WNBA player, her insertion into the starting lineup earlier this summer triggered a Sun surge that hasn't really dissipated. She's currently averaging 12.3 points, 4.2 rebounds and 2.1 assists for the Sun (21-13), who host Phoenix in a second-round playoff game Sunday afternoon.
  19. (Pic below was the aftermath of MM's best move of the night) As the final day of the NFL draft ended in Philadelphia last April, three Bulls we’re called upon to join a NFL squad. After donning a cap to represent their new teams on stage in the fourth (Marlon Mack), fifth (Rodney Adams) and sixth rounds (Kofi Amichia), the trio of former Bulls turned into a quartet when the LA Rams signed former LB Nigel Harris two weeks after the draft. With at least one preseason game under each of their belts, the potential NFL roles of the Bulls are beginning to take shape. Rest of article
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