Stephon Gilmore, Devin McCourty
At some point during the 2018-19 NFL postseason, I decided — again — that I was done with The Corner Office.
Between my full-time job, freelance writing gigs that actually pay, and having a life away from the computer, managing a website that is essentially a hobby is tough to do. More than once since I launched The Corner Office back in 2014, I had come to a decision to put it down and discontinue the whole operation. But eventually, something would compel me to pick it back up.
This season followed that familiar script. It began with my renewed commitment to producing content, but sometime in October, I fell behind on updating the site. Continue reading
Originally published by HERO Sports:
Similar to Colin Kaepernick at the quarterback position, the most well-known defensive back in the 2017 NFL free-agency class is still unsigned as the preseason gets underway.
That DB would be Darrelle Revis, the future Hall of Fame cornerback whose swift drop-off from shutdown to sit-down last season compelled the New York Jets to release him following another failed attempt to make the playoffs. Although Revis is only 32 years old, the Super Bowl champion and seven-time Pro Bowler has reportedly received little interest on the free-agent market. And if he does find a team, he might be asked to move to safety to mask whatever loss of speed and cover skills he’s had. Continue reading
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Six secondary standouts from football’s week that was:
1. Damarious Randall, CB, Packers (NFL) — The last time Seahawks QB Russell Wilson threw a million interceptions against the Packers, back in the NFC Championship game following the 2014 season, he found a way to turn things around in time to lead an improbable comeback and put Seattle in its second straight Super Bowl.
This time, there was no comeback. Just a lot of interceptions.
Wilson threw five INTs against the Packers in Sunday’s 38-10 loss at Lambeau Field. Two of them were to Randall, the second-year corner who was still in college during that crazy Packers-Seahawks playoff game. Continue reading