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There is no shortage of NFL analysts who think the former Stanford star and Heisman Trophy runner-up is about to provide more bang for the buck. He certainly will have more bucks, having left the Minnesota Vikings for a contract with the Jacksonville
But instead of saving games in relief Hochstatter has been saving the Cardinal's bacon as a Saturday starter...The lefty from San Ramon Valley-Danville has over half of the Cardinal's conference victories, a perfect 7-0 in the Pac-12, an ERA of 1.70.
With the Jacksonville Jaguars having let longtime feature back Maurice Jones-Drew walk as a free agent, the team will have to find a new runner to lean on in 2014. The Jaguars dished out $4.5 million guaranteed ($10.5 million total) to bring in
We've crunched the numbers and come up with 570 reasons the Vikings will take a running back as high as the third round in next month's NFL draft. The first 538 represent the league-high discrepancy between Adrian Peterson's carries and the next-
Since finishing second in Heisman voting when playing for Stanford in 2009, running back Toby Gerhart has been the backup to perhaps the best running back in all of football - Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings. Thanks to Peterson's
Yes, there's been some tension at 49ers headquarters when it comes to fiery coach Jim Harbaugh and feisty general manager Trent Baalke. I think I've said this before: 95 percent of the time, they're on the same page, owner Jed York said Tuesday.
Only four of those players selected were on the roster last season and all will be free agents this season. The team has since gone 24-39-1 with more coaching changes, two, than playoff games, one. The Vikings didn't operate with a general manager at
Toby Gerhart, Matt Asiata (Exclusive rights free agent) NFL.com's Bucky Brooks posted an interesting article about a new offensive trend for some of the top teams in the league: a power running game. Speaking to a few NFL executives at the Senior
Looking back at it, I probably should have dealt with it a week ago...I want to make sure that we're all focused on one thing and that's winning this game against Detroit." Frazier is 20-33-1 heading into Sunday's game at Mall of America Field. His
he hottest team in the NFL came to Minneapolis and Mall of America Field in the hopes of extending their winning streak to 6 games and nearing closer to an NFC East division title. The problem for Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles is that