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The man who makes a living protecting the Dolphins’ end zone had something more important to protect.

So no, Cameron Wake doesn’t regret deciding to say in South Florida last weekend, even if it meant being the last Dolphin to escape South Florida following Hurricane Irma. Even if it meant potentially watching his home in Plantation being damaged or worse. Even if it meant experiencing a hurricane for the first time.

“It was pretty dicey,” Wake told The Post on Thursday.

Dicey, but it was a decision he’d make again, even if a Category 5 had zeroed in on Broward County, he said, because staying afforded him a chance to protect his loved ones.

“There’s a quote — I don’t know exactly how it goes,” Wake said. “ ‘I’d rather be in a bad situation with you guys than safe and warm by myself.’

“So I was with my loved ones. I was with people who mattered and it didn’t matter if the roof blew off, power was out, it was 110 degrees. I would rather be with those people in that situation than leaving them and being in beautiful Southern California with the 70-degree weather than worrying about them.

“My mind would not have been on any part of football knowing they were at home in that situation.”

What a strange situation it was for him, since he arrived in South Florida in 2009, four years after the last landfall, by Wilma.

“Really strong winds, lots of thunder, trees falling, debris flying around,” Wake said. “And I actually have (hurricane impact) windows, so I could actually watch palm trees, literally like 45 degrees. It was interesting because the power was out, so you could hear everything. It was silent. I can’t really say I felt unsafe but it was just a lot going on.”
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In the end, there wasn’t as much happening outside as what could have been. Wake’s property only suffered cosmetic damage, outside of losing power from overnight Saturday night/Sunday morning until Thursday morning.

“A few days to enjoy the South Florida heat without some air conditioning,” Wake said. “Spending time with the family and board games and long conversations, so it was actually good, quality time.”

But it’s a rare Sunday afternoon this time of year when Wake isn’t working. Normally, a bye would give him an opportunity to spend it watching as much football as he liked — had he had power. Instead, he and other players kept abreast of the NFL action using rather cryptic methods in today’s 4K world. They phoned and texted.

“I’m hearing my phone going off and I’m turning it off, turning it on because I don’t want to waste the power, and I can’t watch the game,” Wake said. “I’m sitting there in the dark and, ‘Oh, this guy’s doing this!’ and ‘This guy’s doing that!’ And I’m like, ‘I don’t know. Who? What?’ … Basically football-free all Sunday, which is a very, very odd situation.”

Not that it helped Wake, but the Chargers’ 24-21 loss to the Broncos was on national TV. He didn’t get to watch the full game until Wednesday night in his hotel in California, although he was able to watch clips on the flight over.

As for being on one of only two NFL teams that hasn’t yet played (along with Tampa Bay), Wake, as you would expect, is itching to play a game that counts for the first time since January.

“It’s long overdue,” Wake said. “It definitely creates an urge, so I’m definitely looking forward to Sunday and I know I can speak for the other guys saying they are as well.”

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As Kevin White walked slowly to the locker room Sunday flanked by medical personnel, the Bears’ deep sense of dread was exacerbated by the unmistakable deja vu.

Kevin White. Injured. Again.

This time it’s the receiver’s left shoulder blade, fractured during a tackle on a fourth-quarter catch for no gain.

New body part, similar disappointment and even more doubts about whether the former No. 7 draft pick will ever contribute for the Bears.

Coach John Fox announced the injury Monday afternoon. White will be put on injured reserve for the third time in his three NFL seasons. He might require surgery. He might return this season.

Meanwhile, two things are certain. The Bears can’t count on him for at least the foreseeable future. And their undermanned receiving corps, depleted last month by Cameron Meredith’s season-ending knee injury, is even more short-handed.

“My heart goes out to him,” Fox said. “He was very disappointed and discouraged in the locker room after the game, for obvious reasons.”

For the Bears, Meredith’s injury meant losing proven production. White’s latest setback means losing potential.

Both amount to uncertainty about what the receiver group will contribute to the offense. The four wideouts combined Sunday for nine catches for 82 yards, including White’s two catches for 6 yards.

The search for White’s replacement begins immediately. It’s important to note White was the Bears’ “X” receiver, or split end.

Markus Wheaton occasionally practiced as the X during brief stints of availability surrounding his late July appendectomy and his recovery from mid-August surgery to repair a broken left pinkie. The veteran free-agent signee could make his Bears debut Sunday against the Buccaneers.

The Bears acquired receiver Tre McBride off waivers Sept. 3 after the injury to Meredith, who was the “Z” receiver, or flanker. McBride was inactive Sunday, having spent last week trying to learn the offense.

Undrafted rookie Tanner Gentry, who played some X and mostly Z in the preseason, is on the practice squad. Titus Davis, whom the Bears cut earlier this month, was a backup X during the preseason. Josh Bellamy and Deonte Thompson are already on the roster filling in.

As for White, the Bears will put him on IR this week to open a roster spot with the understanding that recovery from a fractured shoulder blade generally requires at least two months.

By rule, White would have to spend six weeks on IR before the Bears could designate him to return. He would have to spend a total of eight weeks on IR before he could return to game action.

White tweeted: “I ask why me, but I know God has a plan much bigger than what I want. Im thankful for everyone that’s supporting me”

Regardless of whether White plays again this season, the Bears have no financial incentive to give up on him. The four-year, $16.6 million rookie contract he signed in 2015 is fully guaranteed.

Expecting him ever to contribute at the level expected of a No. 7 pick is speculative at best. But as recently as Wednesday, general manager Ryan Pace again expressed faith in White’s character and physical ability to be the explosive downfield threat they believe they drafted.

Sunday’s 23-17 loss to the Falcons was only the fifth game of White’s career. He missed his entire rookie season because of a stress fracture in his left tibia, which required surgery in August 2015.

Last year, he played four games before an awkward tackle caused a spiral fracture in his left fibula and severe ligament damage in his ankle. He had surgery and missed the rest of the season.

He left Sunday’s game with 9 minutes, 30 seconds remaining. He caught Mike Glennon’s pass with his back to the defense. As he turned to run upfield, Falcons cornerback Brian Poole lowered his shoulder into White’s left shoulder at full speed.

White kept his feet but was tackled from behind a moment later when rookie defensive end Takkarist McKinley slammed into White’s left side.

White has played in five of the Bears’ 33 games since he was drafted. His career numbers: 21 catches for 193 yards. Maybe the most heart-sinking number: zero touchdowns. And the doubt about whether he’ll ever catch one is only getting team football jerseys

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Besides his Hall of Fame worthy career, when we think of Jason 0Witten we think of a respected leader and mentor. But how did Jason become that way?

Besides the diehards, not many know that Dallas Cowboys future Hall of Famer Jason Witten came from a home with an abusive father. When he was just 11-years old, his life unknowingly changed for the better after his father left him, his two brothers, and his mother on the side of the road.

It was that moment that forced his mother to move herself and her three boys to Elizabethton, cheap mlb jerseys Tennessee, where Jason was coached and mentored by his grandfather, Dave Rider.

Football is in Jason Witten’s DNA. The proof is in his family tree. Rider is Elizabethton’s Tom Landry, and he was already a football icon when a young Jason made the move with his family.

Jason’s childhood taught him how to overcome adversity in life and he translates a lot of the knowledge he’s learned from his grandfather to his teammates. Hearing Jason and his brothers talk about the values his grandfather instilled not only in them, but all his players, it’s no wonder the veteran tight end presents himself the way he does.

And not just values in football, but in all aspects of life. In Jason’s episode of Deep Blue from, the All-Pro goes into detail of how the short 10 minute rides to and from school with Rider and his brothers had a major impact on his life.

Nothing in their discussions was off limits, including negative and personal stuff. Jason stressed that his grandfather always wanted to answer their questions and to always make them feel sure of themselves. Jason’s older brother, Shawn Witten, passionately talked about the small ‘intangibles’ that made a lasting impact on the boys, for example the way Rider talked to their grandmother.
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“He just had an unbelievable knack of taking boys and turning them into men and he did it through the game of football. Didn’t matter what your situation, how much money you had, what your parents did, if you even had parents. He loved you for who you were.” – Jason Witten on the character of his grandfather from Deep Blue: Driven – the Jason Witten Story from

He preached to them the essential basics of being a man that are sometimes forgotten, like always being selfless, accountable, and humble.

Rider was their constant and was a man of respect. His ways of making respect a priority enabled him to gain the trust of his players, as Jason’s mother explained it in the Deep Blue short film.

“He earned their respect. He didn’t demand it. He earned it. And he earned their respect by his actions” – Kimberly Witten Barnett on the relationship of Dave Rider with her boys from Deep Blue: Driven – the Jason Witten Story from

Rider earned respect from all those around him, and for that he was widely loved. You hear that similar tone in the Cowboys organization and around the league about Jason Witten: he earns everyone’s respect.

When Jason speaks around his teammates whether on the field or in the locker room, everyone stops what they’re doing and listens. It’s the undisputed respect he’s earned. Much like when his grandfather used to speak around his players.

Off the field, the former Tennessee Volunteer is a model husband, father and citizen. While giving his hall of fame induction speech, owner Jerry Jones recognized Witten as one of the best people, not just football players, he’s ever met.

If Jason Witten is having an impact on the Dallas Cowboys organization like his grandfather had on him and his brothers, America’s Team will be in good hands for a long time.

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Thursday’s scheduled preseason game between the Dallas Cowboys and host Houston Texans has been moved to AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, because of severe weather conditions in Houston as a result of Hurricane Harvey, the NFL announced Monday.

“Due to public safety concerns resulting from the ongoing weather emergency related to Hurricane Harvey, Thursday’s Dallas Cowboys-Houston Texans game originally scheduled to be played in Houston at 7 p.m. CT has been relocated to AT&T Stadium in Arlington,” the league said in a statement. “Kickoff on Thursday will remain at 7 p.m. CT. Details on tickets, parking and other game day logistics will be announced later this week.”

The relocation of the game was anticipated after the hurricane slammed into Southeastern Texas over the weekend, causing substantial and unprecedented flooding in the region. Over the weekend, Cowboys executive vice president and CEO Stephen Jones offered to host the game at AT&T Stadium.

The Texans practiced Monday at the Cowboys’ facility in Frisco, Texas, after they opted not to fly back to Houston following their game against the Saints in Louisiana over the weekend.

The Houston Chronicle reported NRG Stadium — home of the Texans — remains undamaged but there is flooding nearby.

The development comes hours after the Texans announced they are donating $1 million to the United Way of Greater Houston’s flood relief fund. The NFL Foundation is matching the Texans’ donation and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is matching up to $1 million in donations to American Red Cross relief efforts in the region.
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Texans star J.J. Watt already has raised $500,000 in flood-relief funds as part of his $1 million goal.

The Texans are scheduled to open the regular season at NRG Stadium on Sept. 10 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. No decision has been made as to whether that game will be relocated.

“The NFL and the Texans will continue to closely monitor the situation in Houston and adjust the team’s plans as necessary,” the NFL said in a statement.

In a related move in college football, LSU’s Sept. 2 season opener against BYU has been moved from NRG Stadium to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The Houston Texans were scheduled to host the Dallas Cowboys for a preseason game on Thursday, but because of Hurricane Harvey, the game will be moved to Arlington, Texas. The NFL announced the change in plans on Monday, citing public safety.

Here’s the league’s statement:

Due to public safety concerns resulting from the ongoing weather emergency related to Hurricane Harvey, Thursday’s Dallas Cowboys-Houston Texans game originally scheduled to be played in Houston at 7 p.m. CT has been relocated to AT&T Stadium in Arlington.  Kickoff on Thursday will remain at 7 p.m. CT.  Details on tickets, parking and other game day logistics will be announced later this week.

As announced earlier today, The NFL Foundation will match Mr. McNair and the Texans’ $1 million contribution to the United Way Relief Fund to address the immediate needs of those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. The total $2 million contribution will support first response efforts by the American Red Cross, Salvation Army and the United Way of Greater Houston. Our thoughts are with the Houston community during this difficult time and we encourage fans to text HARVEY to 90999 to donate $10 to American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey relief.

The NFL and the Texans will continue to closely monitor the situation in Houston and adjust the team’s plans as necessary.

That’s a no-brainer considering what’s happening in Houston right now and the relatively small distance between Houston and Arlington (a four-hour drive). In fact, it wouldn’t have been surprising to see the league cancel the game considering it’s Week 4 of the preseason. Instead, the league opted to move the game a few hundred miles north.
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As the release noted, Texans owner Bob McNair donated $1 million to help those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. The NFL Foundation then matched McNair’s donation. Meanwhile, Texans star J.J. Watt has raised almost $750,000 and Patriots owner Robert Kraft announced he’ll match up to $1 million in donations made to the American Red Cross in support of the Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Fund.

According to CBS News, the National Weather Service doesn’t expect flooding to peak until Wednesday or Thursday.

“We are not out of the woods yet,” Elaine Duke, acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, said Monday morning. “Harvey is still a dangerous and historic storm.”

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The Green Bay Packers finish the road part of the preseason schedule with a trip to Colorado to play the Denver Broncos.

It will be Green Bay’s first preseason trip to Denver since 2008, when it won, 27-24. Prior to that, the teams had not played in the preseason since squaring off in four straight preseasons (1998-2001).

This will be the 10th preseason meeting between the Packers and Broncos, with Denver winning six of the previous nine matchups. The regular-season series between the two is even at 6-6-1.

In six of the past seven seasons, Green Bay has had a preseason matchup against an AFC West opponent. Since 2000, there have been 12 seasons in which the Packers have played a team from the AFC West in the preseason.

The Packers play just one AFC team in the preseason for only the second time (2013) since 2000. For comparison, there have been eight seasons since 2000 where Green Bay has played one NFC team in the preseason. And there have been four preseasons (2000, 2001, 2005, 2012) where the Packers have only played AFC teams during the exhibition season.

With wins over the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins, the Packers began the preseason 2-0 for the second consecutive jerseys cheap online

The first preseason game the Packers played in the city of Denver was not against the Broncos. It was a 35-31 loss to Washington on Sept. 10, 1946.

The Packers are 9-2 all-time in preseason games played on August 26. (1961, 1973, 1978, 1989, 1994, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2016; only losses came in 1978 and 2005).

Preseason games are televised over the 16-station Packers TV Network throughout the state of Wisconsin, Upper Michigan, northeastern Minnesota, the Quad Cities, Des Moines, Cedar Rapids and Waterloo in Iowa, Omaha in Nebraska, Fargo in North Dakota, Sioux Falls in South Dakota and Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau in Alaska.

The top-notch broadcast team includes CBS’s Kevin Harlan (playby-play) alongside fellow CBS broadcaster Rich Gannon (analyst), with Lance Allan of WTMJ-TV serving as the sideline reporter. Allan will also host an informative half-hour pregame show featuring former Packers tackle Mark Tauscher.

In addition to flagship stations WTMJ-TV in Milwaukee and WGBA-TV in Green Bay the game will be televised over WKOW/ABC, Madison, Wis.; WAOW/ABC, Wausau/Rhinelander, Wis.; WXOW/ABC, La Crosse, Wis.; WQOW/ABC, Eau Claire, Wis.; WLUC/NBC, Escanaba/Marquette, Mich.; KQDS-TV/FOX, Duluth/Superior, Minn.; WHBF-TV/CBS, Davenport, Iowa (Quad Cities); KCWI-TV/CW, Des Moines, Iowa; KWWL-TV/NBC, Cedar Rapids/Waterloo, Iowa; KMTV-TV/CBS, Omaha, Neb.; KVRR/IND, Fargo, North Dakota; KDLT/NBC, Sioux Falls, South Dakota; KYUR/ABC, Anchorage, Alaska; KATN/ABC, Fairbanks, Alaska amd KJUD/ABC,Juneau, Alaska.

Milwaukee’s WTMJ (620 AM), airing Green Bay games since November 1929, heads up the Packers Radio Network that is made up of 50 stations in five states. Wayne Larrivee (play-by-play) and two-time Packers Pro Bowler Larry McCarren (analyst) call the action. McCarren first joined the team’s broadcasts in 1995 and enters his 23rd season calling Packers games. After originally being paired together in 1999, McCarren and Larrivee enter their 19th season of broadcasts together.


The Packers currently have an 90-man roster that is composed of 44 offensive players, 42 defensive players and four specialists.

Of the 90 players on Green Bay’s roster, 41 of them (45.6 percent) were draft picks of the Packers. Dating back to 2007, Green Bay has at least one member of each draft class still on the roster.

Green Bay has 44 players on the roster that began their careers as undrafted free agents, with 36 of those originally signed by Green Bay.

60 percent of the players (54 of 90 percent) on Green Bay’s roster entered the league as a sixth-round or seventh-round pick or as an undrafted player.

The Packers have five players on the roster that played in the NFL prior to the 2009 season. Four of those five players were draft picks of the Packers (QB Aaron Rodgers, K Mason Crosby, WR Jordy Nelson and LB Clay Matthews) and three have made at least one Pro Bowl.

Of the 90 players on the roster, 77 began their pro careers with the Packers (85.6 percent).

Only 21 of the 90 players on the roster (23.3 percent) were selected in the first three rounds of the draft, with 19 being drafted by the Packers.

MIKE McCARTHY …is in his 12th year as the Packers’ 14th head coach.

Led the Packers to their eighth consecutive playoff appearance last season, tied for the third-longest streak in NFL history. Has also led the team to nine playoff appearances in the last 10 years (2007, 2009-16).

Ranks second in franchise history in total victories, trailing only Curly Lambeau.

Guided the Packers to top-10 finishes in scoring in eight straight seasons (2007-14), joining the Patriots as the only other team to accomplish the feat over that time; Packers finished first overall in scoring in 2014.

Reached the 100-win plateau faster than any active NFL head coach, needing just 155 games.

Joined Vince Lombardi and Mike Holmgren as the only coaches to guide the Packers to a Super Bowl title with a win over Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLV.

VANCE JOSEPH …is in his first year as the Broncos’ 16th head coach.

Begins his first season as an NFL head coach after spending the past 12 seasons as an assistant coach and coordinator with four teams.

Returns to the state of Colorado after playing collegiately at Colorado (1990-94) and two stints coaching the Buffaloes, first as a graduate assistant from 1999-2001, then as the defensive backs coach from 2002-03.

From 2014-15, was the Cincinnati Bengals’ defensive backs coach and during that time, Cincinnati defenders intercepted 41 passes, most in the NFL, as well as compiling more interceptions than touchdowns allowed.

Was a cornerback for two seasons in the NFL, starting six of 17 games played and picking off two passes in his career.


The Packers first met the Broncos in 1971, Denver’s 12th year of existence as an NFL franchise. A Week 2 showdown, Green Bay defeated Denver, 34-13, at County Stadium in Milwaukee.

Green Bay is undefeated in the series in games played in Wisconsin (5-0-1) and won its first in the series outside of its home state in 2007. In the Packers’ first appearance at Mile High (and first trip to the city since 1999), the Packers won for the first time in the regular season in six tries against the Broncos in Denver.

Four-time Super Bowl loser Denver recorded its first-ever win in the NFL’s title game with a dramatic 31-24 victory over Green Bay in Super Bowl XXXII in one of the greatest quarterback matchups in Super Bowl history, pitting Brett Favre vs. John Elway.


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One of the great things that Jim Harbaugh has done as head coach of Michigan football, is bringing the Wolverines back to their roots. He has done a tremendous job of integrating former players and making them a part of the program.

Michigan football has a great tradition and Harbaugh has done well to get former players involved, which is good for the program overall and can be beneficial for the young talent.

It’s never a bad thing to have guys like Tom Brady coming around and giving inspirational speeches. When it comes to speeches, Charles Woodson is one of the greats. Just listen to his speech to his Packers’ teammates following their win in the NFC Championship game over Chicago.

Yet, Woodson has always been someone that speaks more through action than words. When he wore the winged helmet, no one played better when the lights were bright.

And that’s why Woodson is a fitting choice to be Michigan’s honorary captain against Ohio State. Here is the footage of Harbaugh making the call if you haven’t seen it.jerseys football cheap

As you can see, Woodson was ecstatic about the offer to be part of Michigan football and what could be its season-defining game against Ohio State.

Of course, Woodson is a perfect pick because during his three seasons playing for UM, the Wolverines boasted a 3-0 record against the Buckeyes.

Ohio State was ranked No. 2 in both 1995 and 1996 when Michigan pulled the upset. Then in 1997, Woodson and UM, the No. 2 team in the country themselves, beat the fourth-ranked Buckeyes to win the Big 10 title and earn a berth in the Rose Bowl.

Woodson’s punt return for a touchdown in the first quarter of that game is ultimately the play that won him the Heisman Trophy. Although, he also made some huge defensive plays in the 20-14 victory as well.

Surely, Michigan football won’t need much motivation when Ohio State comes to Ann Arbor in November. But the Wolverines could use some inspiration and in that regard, Woodson is the ideal choice.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh told Heisman Trophy winner Charles Woodson he needs him on the sideline for the Ohio State game, and Woodson will be there as the Wolverines’ honorary captain.

Harbaugh is lining up his honorary captains for the upcoming season and revealed three of them via social media and YouTube on Saturday.

He shared three videos of him contacting the captains, including Woodson.

“You had me at hello,” Woodson told Harbaugh, after being asked. “I’m all in.”

Harbaugh told Woodson that Michigan needs him that game day.

“We got to beat these guys,” Harbaugh tells him.

“It’s time,” Woodson said.

Harbaugh then asked Woodson, whose brilliant performance against the Buckeyes in 1997 helped him become the first primarily defensive player to win the Heisman Trophy, to speak to the team the night before or in the locker room on game day.

Shinola founder Tom Kartsotis will be honorary captain for Michigan’s season opener against Florida at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Adam Schefter, a Michigan alum and ESPN NFL insider, is the honorary captain for the home opener against Cincinnati.

Last season, among the honorary captains were Tom Brady, Michael Jordan and Hank Aaron.

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OK, most of you are going to hate this topic on The Afternoon Drive because it’s laden with QB controversy, cheap baseball jerseys and it will force you to once again dig your heels into defending whichever quarterback you currently believe will be the starter.

However, I’m going to highlight it because it actually brings up the crux of the decision for the coaches between deciding on Trevor Siemian or Paxton Lynch as the starter – and I actually think it is an interesting question.

And that is, which type of quarterback play is better for the Broncos? Because to determine which quarterback “wins” this competition really means choosing which style might be better for running the offense with this team.

Eric Goodman compares Siemian and Lynch to two different types ofcheap chinese football jerseys tennis players. There’s the guy who is a powerful but often erratic hitter, who can beat you with “winners” but can just as easily lose with unforced errors. Or there’s the guy who doesn’t have a particularly powerful backhand or forehand but has a steady stroke and can keep lobbing it back and forth all day until his opponent hits an unforced error to lose.

Essentially – does this offense need a quarterback who will be good enough not to lose versus one who will look for aggressive ways to win, even if the risk doesn’t bring the reward?

All the bickering that goes on on this site arguing for one QB or the other really comes down to this personal preference – do you like your quarterback being more aggressive with the potential for more spectacular performances or do you want him to play safer football, managing the game just ahead of the opponent while the defense keeps the score in check?

For this Broncos team, it’s worthwhile to consider the strengths of the offense as well as the defense when answering the question. When you have an elite defense, maybe a game manager is the best option for winning more games? But playing safe can bite you in the a** too, and it would be a shame to waste an aggressive defense by not being aggressive.

It really comes down to personal preference, and I guarantee that’s how it is for Vance Joseph and Mike McCoy. Their choice is about which QB style is better for this team.

So here’s a daunting challenge – explain in the comments your preference for QB style (and therefore a QB), understanding many others may have a different view.

And I’ll just be over here cheering for Kyle Sloter.

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Carson Wentz can’t stop smiling.

Whether he is posing for pictures or greeting fans, signing autographs, or playing football, the second-year quarterback always seems to be in a good mood.

“I just tell everyone I’m a normal dude that’s blessed to play this game,” Wentz said.

The Philadelphia Eagles gave Wentz a few more reasons to be happy in the offseason when they signed wide receivers Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith. They should help a passing offense that ranked 24th in the NFL last year.

“It’s really nice having a guy like Alshon – not only (his) catch radius, but he has some of the strongest hands I’ve ever seen,” Wentz said. “The thing with Alshon and I, it’s all about building that chemistry and building that relationship. I’ve already seen it in OTAs and mandatory minicamp. And I’m excited. You can just see, it’s kind of a different animal throwing the ball to him. He covers some ground. It’s nice to have a guy like that.”

Wentz had 3,782 yards passing in his rookie season, but only threw for 16 touchdowns and was 29th with 6.23 yards per attempt. The Eagles haven’t had a 1,000-yard receiver since Jeremy Maclin in 2014. They had only one wide receiver catch more than 40 passes in 2016: Jordan Matthews had 73 receptions for 804 yards.

Jeffery averaged 70 catches and 1,046 yards over the last four seasons with the Bears. Smith has averaged 17 yards per catch in his career, including an NFL-best 20.1 average in 2015.

Smith played with strong-armed QBs Joe Flacco in Baltimore and Colin Kaepernick in San Francisco. He’s impressed with Wentz’s arm strength.china wholesale jerseys

“It didn’t take long to see that he’s got ‘it.’ Big guy, big arm, and he knows the game,” Smith said.

Wentz had a busy offseason. He made several appearances in Houston during Super Bowl week before going to California to work with a QB mechanics coach. He went on a mission trip with Matthews to Haiti, delivered a sermon at First Assembly Church in Fargo, North Dakota, hosted the offensive linemen at his home in New Jersey, had the wide receivers visit him in Fargo for workouts and bonding and opened his AO1 Foundation .

“He’s a great leader,” Smith said. “He’s a guy you want to play for and play with. I look at him in the huddle and, man, I can’t wait to see what it’s going to be like on game day. He’s not going to be flustered. He’s going out there making great throws, so we know that if we do our jobs, we’re going to make big plays.”

Championship-starved fans who haven’t celebrated an NFL title since 1960 are so excited about this season that more than 23,000 people came to an open practice on a beautiful Sunday morning.

They gave Wentz the superstar treatment, cheering his every move.

“I was kind of blown away,” Wentz said. “You can just tell the atmosphere here, the passion here and just how excited everyone is for Eagles football this year.”

Wentz started all 16 games last season, but was the No. 3 QB throughout training camp until Sam Bradford was traded to Minnesota eight days before the season opener. He has come a long way in one year.

“This summer, I was like chomping at the bit to get back here,” Wentz said. “Last summer, I was just trying to breathe. It was such a whirlwind offseason. Mentally, I’m in a way better place. I come in and I know what to expect.”

Coach Doug Pederson sees a more confident No. 11.

“He knows what we’re doing offensively and you see that when he’s got the ball in his hands,” Pederson said. “I’m seeing the command of the huddle. I see him dialoguing with his teammates, even before reps and after reps. He steps in there with a lot of confidence, and that’s what you want. He’s leading the football team.”

The Eagles wide receivers were among the least productive in the NFL, as a unit, last season.

But now, second-year QB Carson Wentz has two new toys in Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith.

“I think we look good,” Wentz told the 94WIP Morning Show on Wednesday of the Eagles’ offense.

“Obviously, we still have a lot of mistakes out there, we still have a long way to go. But I think we’re in a good spot. The competition at that receiver position has been great. Getting Torrey and Alshon in here has really elevated the play of all the guys around them.

“Just having a year under our belt, for me personally, and then a year in Doug’s offense as well. You can just tell we’re definitely much further along this camp than we were last year. So just having some consistency there has really helped.”

Wentz admits sometimes you can just “throw it up” to Jeffery.

“At times, at times,” Wentz said. “But there’s definitely a time and a place, that you’ve got one-on-one coverage with Alshon, give him a chance. Give him a chance, and I definitely done that a handful of times in camp.”

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sport jerseys cheapNo story about Tom Brady would be complete without explaining the unique training regimen that he credits for his incredible longevity. Brady is playing the best football of his career as he approaches his 40th birthday, leading the Patriots to a historic Super Bowl comeback last season. He talks about suiting up until he’s 45 years old, or maybe even 50.

The central figure to Brady’s approach is Alex Guerrero, who co-owns the TB12 Sports Therapy center with the Patriots quarterback. There, in spaces with cheesy titles like the “Grit Room,” clients train under the TB12 program –– which preaches the importance of pliability workouts and staying away from pro-inflammatory nightmares like strawberries and bell peppers.

Guerrero first jumped into the national spotlight in January 2015, when Brady was profiled in New York Times Magazine. Writer Mark Leibovich portrays Guerrero as Brady’s “ever-present guru,” mapping out every facet of the quarterback’s life with a fanatical attention to detail.

“Guerrero is (Brady’s) spiritual guide, counselor, pal, nutrition adviser, trainer, massage therapist and family member,” Leibovich writes. “He works with Brady’s personal chef to put together optimally healthful menus; he plans Brady’s training schedule months in advance. Above all, during the football season he works on Brady seven days a week, usually twice a day.”

Leibovich doesn’t delve much into Guerrero’s background, only mentioning that he holds a master’s degree in Chinese medicine from a “college in Los Angeles.” That unnamed college, the Samra University of Oriental Medicine, is now closed.

Nine months later, Boston Magazine’s Chris Sweeney published a bombshell expose about Guerrero’s despicable past. Instead of being painted as a maestro, Guerrero is exposed as a snake-oil salesman. He was sued by the Federal Trade Commission in 2004 for his role as the pitchman for a phony cancer cure, Supreme Greens. Eight years later, the FTC instructed Guerrero to shut down the production of NeuroSafe, a fake concussion-prevention drink. Brady endorsed the product.

These contemptible revelations don’t discredit Brady’s program with Guerrero. But it adds greater context to the man who appears to serve as the guidance force behind the greatest quarterback in NFL history.

In a recent Sports Illustrated feature story about Brady, however, Guerrero’s history of unctuous behavior is whitewashed. Author Greg Bishop says the FTC punished Guerrero for “marketing a beverage he claimed cured cancer,” before writing that Brady has “consistently backed Guerrero and his methodology.” Then he moves on.

The follow up story is even egregious. It reads like an endorsement for the so-called “TB12 Method,” with Bishop chronicling how Guerrero’s insistence on drinking lots of water and eating healthy helped him recover from a toe injury. Oh, and Biship also wore a compression sleeve, which supposedly contains far infrared energy that reflects back into the body –– or something.

There isn’t a single mention of Guerrero’s dealings with the FTC, even though Bishop describes participating in “cognitive training” activities that are proven quackery. As Deadspin points out, a company called Lumosity was forced to pay the FTC $2 million in fines for advertising a similar “brain training program.”

Bishop isn’t the only national writer who’s recently omitted the unflattering portions of Guerrero’s biography. A Men’s Journal article about the TB12 Sports Therapy Center in Patriots Place only says that Guerrero has been “dogged by accusations of endorsing shady supplements and palming himself off as a doctor.”

The writer, Mike Chambers, then proceeds to fawningly recount how Guerrero helped him recover from a foot injury.

Given that Brady appears obsessed with hawking his TB12 lifestyle brand –– the self-help book will be released in September! –– expect Guerrero’s national profile to only grow. In the meantime, it would be nice if some journalists decided to tell his real story.

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A year after retiring, Calvin Johnson has admitted that playing for the Detroit Lions was a factor in his decision to walk away from the NFL.

When he retired last year, Johnson cited the beating his body was taking after nine years in the NFL as the reason he left the league. Last week in Italy, Johnson was more candid about the Lions’ fortunes being just as important in his decision.

Johnson, who was in Italy to present the game ball for Italian Bowl XXXVII, the American football championship game in the country, was asked by reporters if he ever thought about switching teams.

“Of course, I thought about it,” he said. “Just like in basketball, you know, guys, they create these superteams. But it’s not quite like that in football where I had the freedom just to go.

“I was stuck in my contract with Detroit, and they told me, they would not release my contract, so I would have to come back to them. I didn’t see the chance for them to win a Super Bowl at the time, and for the work I was putting in, it wasn’t worth my time to keep on beating my head against the wall and not going anywhere.

“It’s the definition of insanity,” he added, drawing laughter from the media in attendance.

Asked again if playing for the Lions was the reason he retired, Johnson said: “Yes, and the body.”

Johnson, 31, was interviewed for ESPN’s E:60 last year three months after retiring and largely deflected questions whether the Lions’ failure on the field led to his retirement. The furthest he would go was saying, “if [the Lions] would have been a contender it would have been harder to let go.”

Johnson, a six-time Pro Bowl selection, made the postseason only twice with the Lions (in 2011 and ’14).

Johnson’s comments last week came two months after he told the Detroit Free Press that he wasn’t happy with how the Lions treated him on his way out. The team also made him repay $1 million of his signing bonus when he retired.