City officials say they have not had any formal conversations with the Cleveland Browns about a new or remodeled stadium, although they would welcome the opportunity to work with the NFL team toward economic development.
Kentavius Street, DT, NC State Grade: C+ Weight-room strong, but doesn’t fully translate on the field. Freakish flashes but gets stuck on blocks too often. 129. Will Richardson, OT, NC State Grade: A Richardson plays with immense strength and has deceptively good feet. Thrives in pass pro. 130. Josh Sweat, DE, Florida State Grade: A Clowney-like linear freak athlete. Powerful jolt with long arms. Embarrassment of riches up front on Eagles defense. 131. Kalen Ballage, RB, Arizona State Grade: B Hyper athletic. Reliable pass-catcher. Explosive. Lacking in vision department.
Jaleel Scott, WR, New Mexico State Grade: B+ Tall, lanky. Somewhat stiff. Ability to make acrobatic catches and high-point when coverage is tight. 133. J’Mon Moore, WR, Missouri Grade: B+ Height/speed vertical threat. Strong too. Tracks well. One-trick pony but will thrive downfield. 134. Chase Edmonds, RB, Fordham Grade: C+ Slightly early. Runs very hard for being a small RB. Some twitchiness. 135. John Franklin, DE, Stephen F. Austin Grade: B Heavy-handed pass-rushing DT. Lacks burst. Quality depth on loaded Rams DL. 136. Marquis Haynes, OLB, Mississippi Grade: A Stand-up LB with powerful hands he uses well. Could add more weight and strength. Some flashes of quickness around the edge. 137. Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford Grade: D+ Has blocking experience but not good in that area. Limited receiver too. Good size.
However, Brady did add that if the ratings are dropping, it’s definitely not because his friends have stopped watching.
Michelle Wolf didn’t plan to sleep within steps of the White House. She just likes old hotels.
Then I remembered how close it was, the comedian said on a frigid February morning from the restaurant in the Hay-Adams. So yesterday, I walked outside and I was like, ‘Right. The White…
Avonte Maddox, a former standout in the defensive backfield at Detroit King, was selected by the world champion Philadelphia Eagles with the 25th pick of the fourth round (125th overall).
Rated by 247sports as a three-star prospect coming out of King, Maddox committed to Pittsburgh, where he was an immediate contributor as he played in all 13 games as a freshman. After starting all 13 games at cornerback as a sophomore in 2015, Maddox missed three games in 2016 and two in 2017 due to injury.