GridironGrit.com http://gridirongrit.com NFL, College Football, NFL Draft and Fantasy Football News Tue, 02 Sep 2014 20:59:50 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.2 Report: Cowboys Looking To Sign Michael Sam http://gridirongrit.com/2014/09/report-cowboys-looking-to-sign-michael-sam/ http://gridirongrit.com/2014/09/report-cowboys-looking-to-sign-michael-sam/#comments Tue, 02 Sep 2014 20:53:56 +0000 http://gridirongrit.com/?p=25577

Michael Sam may find a new home soon with the Dallas Cowboys.

Photo Credit: StLouisRams.com

Photo Credit: StLouisRams.com

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports that the team is “doing research and due diligence” on the late seventh round pick from the 2014 NFL Draft and ESPN’s Adam Schefter adds that Sam “will be a Cowboy” as long as his physical goes well in his upcoming visit with the team on Wednesday.

As far as fits go, Dallas would definitely be one of the best possible landing spots as the team is in desperate need of pass rushing help along the front seven. It’s surprising that Sam hasn’t at least found a home on a practice squad around the NFL, but the wait looks to be coming to an end.

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Michael Gartman is a College Football and NFL Senior Writer, the AFC South and NFC West Lead Writer and the Founder, CEO of GridironGrit.com.  He’s also about to start reporting on topics across all sides of the political spectrum and analyze important issues in the liberty movement for a political website.  Follow him @_MichaelGartman on Twitter.  Be sure to ‘like’ Gridiron Grit on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @GridironGrit to keep up with the latest coverage on college football, the NFL and more!

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Houston Texans Make Shocking Move http://gridirongrit.com/2014/09/houston-texans-make-shocking-move/ http://gridirongrit.com/2014/09/houston-texans-make-shocking-move/#comments Tue, 02 Sep 2014 19:48:39 +0000 http://gridirongrit.com/?p=25542

The Houston Texans have been one of the most active teams in the league since each club got down to their 53-man rosters on Saturday. In addition to trading for Ryan Mallett and releasing Case Keenum, the Texans made  J.J. Watt the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history with a six-year, $100 million deal that includes over $51 million guaranteed.

They also picked up ex-Eagles gadget slot WR Demaris Johnson off waivers and parted ways with veteran receiver Mike Thomas.

But by far the most surprising move came when the Texans released projected starting FS Chris Clemons.

Photo Credit: HoustonTexans.com

Photo Credit: HoustonTexans.com

Clemons, 28, signed a two-year, $2.7 million contract with $450,000 guaranteed with the Texans at the end of March as the projected starting free safety in Romeo Crennel’s new defense in Houston.

While the former 2009 fifth round selection (No. 165 overall) out of Clemson has never been known as a big-time playmaker or ballhawk at the back end of the Miami Dolphins’ defense during his first five NFL seasons (2009-13) and struggles at times against the run, the 6-foot-1, 214-pound free safety is solid over the deep middle part of the field.

In 72 games (48 starts), he’s racked up a total of 278 tackles with four interceptions, a pair of forced fumbles and 1.5 sack(s). Clemons is above average in coverage and graded out as a Top 20 safety in Pro Football Focus’ 2013 ratings. He’s also bee a productive tackler, particularly over the last two seasons with 191 stops through 32 games (all starts).

Clemons also had a connection with Brian Gaine, the new Texans director of pro personnel from their Miami days.

After parting ways with Clemons, the Texans decided to bring back a familiar face in Danieal Manning, who was released by the team in March before the Texans signed Clemons. That’s right. The Texans signed Clemons to replace Manning in March and now have replaced Clemons with Manning with a week until the team’s season opener against Washington.

Manning, 32, fractured his right fibula in Week 6 of last season and spent the rest of the year on IR. The 5-foot-11, 212-pound strong safety spent the summer in Cincinnati, but was released by the Bengals on Saturday during final cuts.

In eight NFL seasons with the Chicago Bears (2006-10) and Houston Texans (2011-13), Manning has recorded a total of 503 tackles with 4.0 sacks, nine forced fumbles and 11 interceptions returned for 217 yards and a touchdown.

He should immediately presume the role as the No. 3 safety behind Kendrick Lewis, a longtime favorite of new Texans DC Romeo Crennel, and second-year trash-talking safety D.J. Swearinger.

Stay tuned to GridironGrit.com for the latest news and analysis on the Texans and the rest of the NFL!

Michael Gartman is a College Football and NFL Senior Writer, the AFC South and NFC West Lead Writer and the Founder, CEO of GridironGrit.com.  He’s also about to start reporting on topics across all sides of the political spectrum and analyze important issues in the liberty movement for a political website.  Follow him @_MichaelGartman on Twitter.  Be sure to ‘like’ Gridiron Grit on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @GridironGrit to keep up with the latest coverage on college football, the NFL and more!

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Herschel Walker Calls Todd Gurley ‘Best Running Back in College Football’ http://gridirongrit.com/2014/09/herschel-walker-calls-todd-gurley-best-running-back-in-college-football/ http://gridirongrit.com/2014/09/herschel-walker-calls-todd-gurley-best-running-back-in-college-football/#comments Tue, 02 Sep 2014 14:04:53 +0000 http://gridirongrit.com/?p=25563

Todd Gurley put on quite a show on Saturday in the Georgia Bulldogs’ high-stakes 2014 season opener against No. 16 Clemson. The star junior running back only touched the ball four times in the first half, but the 6-foot-1, 232-pound bruiser made a monumental statement by tearing through and wearing down the Tigers’ defense with 150 yards in the second half.

Gurley finished the game with a whopping career-high 198 yards with three touchdowns at an eye-popping 13.2 YPC on just 15 carries and added a 100-yard touchdown on a kickoff return in the second quarter.

Screenshot via YouTube

Screenshot via YouTube

His incredible performance puts him atop our Heisman rankings after the first week of action.

It also got the attention of another one of Georgia’s greatest all-time running backs and former 1982 Heisman Trophy winner Hershel Walker, who says Gurley is currently the best player at his position in the game.

Todd is the best running back in college football,” Walker said, via Sports Illustrated. “Right now, you can’t argue that point. Every time he touches the ball, you’re looking for something to happen.”

Many around the country could also probably make a pretty valid argument that Wisconsin’s Melvin Gordon, South Carolina’s Mike Davis and Alabama’s T.Y. Yeldon—widely regarded as the other three potential first round running backs in the upcoming 2015 NFL Draft—deserve the title as the best running back in college football.

But Gurley probably has the best case of all right now, especially after what he did last weekend.

If he can stay healthy and continue to dominate opposing defenses, Georgia may have a real shot at becoming one of the four college football playoff teams in the new post-BCS era at the end of the season.

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Michael Gartman is a College Football and NFL Senior Writer, the AFC South and NFC West Lead Writer and the Founder, CEO of GridironGrit.com.  He’s also about to start reporting on topics across all sides of the political spectrum and analyze important issues in the liberty movement for a political website.  Follow him @_MichaelGartman on Twitter.  Be sure to ‘like’ Gridiron Grit on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @GridironGrit to keep up with the latest coverage on college football, the NFL and more!

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Texans Make J.J. Watt NFL’s Highest-Paid Defensive Player http://gridirongrit.com/2014/09/report-texans-sign-j-j-watt-to-long-term-extension/ http://gridirongrit.com/2014/09/report-texans-sign-j-j-watt-to-long-term-extension/#comments Tue, 02 Sep 2014 05:53:49 +0000 http://gridirongrit.com/?p=25566

The Houston Texans have reportedly signed star defensive end J.J. Watt to a long-term contract extension less than a week before the start of the 2014 NFL regular season, per John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.

Financial details haven’t surfaced yet, so stay tuned to GridironGrit.com for updates.

Update: McClain reports that the back-to-back first-team All-Pro has signed a six-year, $100 million deal with $51.876 million guaranteed, making him the highest-paid defender in league history.

He’s certainly earned the raise after appearing on our list of the NFL’s most underpaid players this summer.

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Photo Credit: HoustonTexans.com

Photo Credit: HoustonTexans.com

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Two weeks ago, Watt said he outplayed” his rookie contract and wants an extension.”

“I love the fans that we have, I live the relationship that we have,” Watt recently told Brian Smith of the Houston Chronicle. “The city’s so great and the way that they’ve treated myself and my family, I couldn’t ask for a better place to play.

“I sure as heck hope that we can make something happen … And I hope that I’ve given the effort and everything they could want to hopefully show that appreciation (back).”

Perhaps that helped intensify contract talks, though “the two sides had been involved in negotiations for several weeks,” according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.

Arguably the best defensive player in the game, Watt was recently voted the No. 12 best player on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2014 (he placed No. 5 in 2013) and is referred to as a “game-wrecker” and “a menace in the trenches” by his peers.

He’s also widely regarded as one of the NFL’s best role models as well for his off-the-field reputation.

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The Texans previously exercised Watt’s team option in April, increasing his salary to $6.9 million for the 2015 season, but Watt was arguably be the most anticipated payday from the star-studded 2011 draft class.

“J.J. Watt should be the highest paid defensive player in football when he signs an extension, no iffs, ands or buts, said Joel Corry, a former NFL/NBA agent who writes for CBS Sports and the National Football Post.

Watt’s contract averages out to roughly $16.5 million per season, topping the six-year, $96 million extension (with $50 million guaranteed) that ex-Texan Mario Williams signed with the Buffalo Bills in 2012.

Nicnkamed “J.J. Swatt,” the Texans’ 2011 first round pick (No. 11 overall) out of Wisconsin has racked up a total of 36.5 sacks with eight forced fumbles and 27 pass breakups through three NFL seasons. He’s already considered one of the top two players in franchise history (along with Andre Johnson) and has been graded as Pro Football Focus’ No. 1 3-4 defensive end over the last two seasons. Watt should wreak even more havoc this season with the addition of Jadeveon Clowney.

Stay tuned to GridironGrit.com for the latest news and analysis on the Texans and the rest of the NFL!

Michael Gartman is a College Football and NFL Senior Writer, the AFC South and NFC West Lead Writer and the Founder, CEO of GridironGrit.com.  He’s also about to start reporting on topics across all sides of the political spectrum and analyze important issues in the liberty movement for a political website.  Follow him @_MichaelGartman on Twitter.  Be sure to ‘like’ Gridiron Grit on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @GridironGrit to keep up with the latest coverage on college football, the NFL and more!

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Report: Derek Carr Will Be Raiders’ Week 1 Starter http://gridirongrit.com/2014/09/report-derek-carr-will-be-raiders-week-1-starter/ http://gridirongrit.com/2014/09/report-derek-carr-will-be-raiders-week-1-starter/#comments Mon, 01 Sep 2014 22:41:56 +0000 http://gridirongrit.com/?p=25551

The Matt Schaub era in Oakland may be over before it even really started. Jay Glazer of FOX Sports reports that second round rookie quarterback Derek Carr will be the Raiders’ Week 1 starter on Sunday against the New York Jets.

Coach Dennis Allen had been adamant that Schaub would enter the season as the starter throughout the offseason, but it became increasingly clear throughout the course of the preseason that the rookie out of Fresno State was the better option in Oakland. Schaub is currently nursing a minor elbow injury and Carr ran circles around him in August.

Photo Credit: Tony Gonzales/Raiders.com

Photo Credit: Tony Gonzales/Raiders.com

Oakland’s offense is still a work-in progress and the Achilles heel of the team (along with its defensive backfield), but Carr definitely provides more of a boost to the passing game and gives the Raiders a better chance to win now than Schaub.

Carr sizzled with an impressive 105.2 passer rating on 45 throws through the preseason, and while he may not be a finished product, he showed improvement throughout August and has plenty of promise in 2014.

Dealing with the Jets’ ferocious pass rush will be a tough task for the rookie quarterback, but finding windows to throw against Gang Green’s dilapidated cornerback group.

Who would have thought before, during and after the 2014 NFL Draft that Carr would be the only rookie quarterback starting in Week 1? The three first round quarterbacks—Johnny Manziel, Blake Bortles and Teddy Bridgewater will all sit this Sunday, but they each have a pretty strong chance of taking over for their teams by the mid-way point in the season.

Check out the series of interesting videos related to the Raiders with a few football diaries below.

Stay tuned to GridironGrit.com for the latest news and analysis on the Raiders and the rest of the NFL!

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Chiefs Sign Alex Smith To Four-Year, $68 Million Extension http://gridirongrit.com/2014/08/chiefs-sign-alex-smith-to-four-year-68-million-extension/ http://gridirongrit.com/2014/08/chiefs-sign-alex-smith-to-four-year-68-million-extension/#comments Mon, 01 Sep 2014 00:17:53 +0000 http://gridirongrit.com/?p=25544

The Kansas City Chiefs have reportedly signed quarterback Alex Smith to a four-year, $68 million extension through 2018.

A few weeks ago, Smith indicated he wanted a better deal than Andy Dalton’s “pay-as-you-go” contract.

“I want to get something that’s right that I’m going to play out, absolutely, and that’s definitely a focus of mine.”

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Photo Credit: KCChiefs.com

Photo Credit: KCChiefs.com

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“[General Manager] John [Dorsey] and his staff along with [Smith's agent] Tom [Condon] and his group have worked hard to get this deal done. They’ve done a nice job,” Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said, via the team’s official website.

“Alex is a smart, talented football player that has adapted well to our offensive scheme. He also, obviously, has had a tremendous amount of success as a quarterback in this league. We as a team are very happy to have Alex as our quarterback moving forward.”

The former 2005 No. 1 overall pick out of Utah earned his first Pro Bowl berth last season after completing 308 of 508 passes (60.6 percent) for 3,313 yards with a career-high 23 TDs and just seven INTs in his first year with the Chiefs.

Smith, 30, rushed for a career-high 434 yards on 76 carries with a touchdown in 2013. He also looked more confident as he willingly pulled the trigger on tough throws more as the season progressed.

In nine NFL seasons, he’s completed 1,598 of 2,685 passes (59.5 percent) for 17,593 yards with 104 touchdowns and 70 interceptions through 95 games (90 starts) with 1,192 yards and five scores on the ground.

So how does Smith’s contract stack up with other quarterbacks around the league?

His new deal includes $45 million guaranteed, seventh-most in the NFL behind Colin Kaepernick, Peyton Manning, Tony Romo, Aaron Rodgers, Jay Cutler and the injury-prone Sam Bradford.

Since Smith was already owed $8 million in the upcoming season, his deal is actually worth $76 million over five seasons with an annual average of $15.2 million—12th highest, moving him up (from 16th) above Philip Rivers, Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger and the aforementioned Sam Bradford.

This seems to be a fair deal for both sides and both sides were pleased to get the deal done before the Chiefs’ open the 2014 season on Sept. 7 against the Tennessee Titans.

Kansas City hopes to ride star running back Jamaal Charles and a talented front seven on defense back to the postseason, but it will definitely be a challenge with the Denver Broncos, New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts entrenched as their division’s front-runners and the Houston Texans, Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers, Cincinnati Bengals, Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens all looking improved with a solid shot at making a playoff run.

Many have also argued that the other six teams—the New York Jets, Buffalo Bills, Oakland Raiders, Tennessee Titans, Cleveland Browns and even the Jacksonville Jaguars—have a shot as a potential sleeper team in 2014.

[RELATED: Age Brings Wisdom: The NFL's All Over-30 Team]

Stay tuned to GridironGrit.com for the latest news and analysis on the Chiefs and the rest of the NFL!

Michael Gartman is a College Football and NFL Senior Writer, the AFC South and NFC West Lead Writer and the Founder, CEO of GridironGrit.com.  He’s also about to start reporting on topics across all sides of the political spectrum and analyze important issues in the liberty movement for a political website.  Follow him @_MichaelGartman on Twitter.  Be sure to ‘like’ Gridiron Grit on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @GridironGrit to keep up with the latest coverage on college football, the NFL and more!

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Report: Patriots Trade Ryan Mallett To Texans http://gridirongrit.com/2014/08/report-patriots-trade-ryan-mallett-to-texans/ http://gridirongrit.com/2014/08/report-patriots-trade-ryan-mallett-to-texans/#comments Sun, 31 Aug 2014 17:37:45 +0000 http://gridirongrit.com/?p=25534

The New England Patriots have reportedly traded quarterback Ryan Mallett to the Houston Texans.

Photo Credit: Keith Nordstrom/Patriots.com

Photo Credit: Keith Nordstrom/Patriots.com

Return compensation is unclear at the moment, so stay tuned for updates. Update: The Patriots receive a 2016 conditional seventh round pick in the trade.

This is terrific value for the Texans, who have also just now reportedly released QB Case Keenum.

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported on Saturday that if the Patriots decided to release Mallett, the Texans would claim him.

Houston has been heavily linked to the former 2011 third round pick ever since the team named former Patriots OC Bill O’Brien its new head coach. Sitting behind Tom Brady for three seasons, Mallett has a rifle for an arm but no notable NFL experience. However, new Texans head coach Bill O’Brien has first-hand knowledge of Mallett’s potential, having served as the Patriots offensive coordinator in 2011, when Mallett threw up a 108.2 passer rating on 19 attempts in his first preseason game.

Trading the 6-foot-6, 245-pound signal-caller makes sense for the Patriots since Mallett is entering the final year of his rookie deal and the team now has 2014 second round pick Jimmy Garoppolo in the fold behind Tom Brady.

Stay tuned to GridironGrit.com for the latest news and analysis on the Texans, Patriots and the rest of the NFL.

Michael Gartman is a College Football and NFL Senior Writer, the AFC South and NFC West Lead Writer and the Founder, CEO of GridironGrit.com.  He’s also about to start reporting on topics across all sides of the political spectrum and analyze important issues in the liberty movement for a political website.  Follow him @_MichaelGartman on Twitter.  Be sure to ‘like’ Gridiron Grit on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @GridironGrit to keep up with the latest coverage on college football, the NFL and more!

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Watch: Jameis Winston’s Insane Touchdown Run http://gridirongrit.com/2014/08/watch-jameis-winstons-insane-touchdown-run/ http://gridirongrit.com/2014/08/watch-jameis-winstons-insane-touchdown-run/#comments Sun, 31 Aug 2014 03:37:22 +0000 http://gridirongrit.com/?p=25528

Florida State star quarterback, projected 2015 NFL Draft first round pick and defending Heisman champion Jameis Winston was on the butt of the joke on the majority of the best College GameDay signs from Week 1 outside of AT&T Stadium Saturday morning.

Jameis Winston's touchdown run vs. Oklahoma State - Florida State

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But the 6-foot-4, 230-pound star signal-caller decided to respond with his on-field performance, which included this slick 28-yard touchdown run—the longest of his collegiate career to date.

Florida State went on to survive Oklahoma State, 37-31.

Michael Gartman is a College Football and NFL Senior Writer, the AFC South and NFC West Lead Writer and the Founder, CEO of GridironGrit.com.  He’s also about to start reporting on topics across all sides of the political spectrum and analyze important issues in the liberty movement for a political website.  Follow him @_MichaelGartman on Twitter.  Be sure to ‘like’ Gridiron Grit on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @GridironGrit to keep up with the latest coverage on college football, the NFL and more!

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Watch: Youngstown State Presents New Version of Butt Fumble http://gridirongrit.com/2014/08/watch-youngstown-state-presents-new-version-of-butt-fumble/ http://gridirongrit.com/2014/08/watch-youngstown-state-presents-new-version-of-butt-fumble/#comments Sat, 30 Aug 2014 23:53:31 +0000 http://gridirongrit.com/?p=25520

We’ve all seen the unforgettable buttfumble from former New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez. Last year, Sanchez’s heir apparent, Geno Smith became the next victim with a similar version of the buttfumble.

Now, the buttfumble has taken on a little bit of a different meaning as the blooper play makes it way to the college ranks with Youngstown State punter Joey Cejudo pulling off a gaffe that will now be known as the “Butt Punt.”

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Michael Gartman is a College Football and NFL Senior Writer, the AFC South and NFC West Lead Writer and the Founder, CEO of GridironGrit.com.  He’s also about to start reporting on topics across all sides of the political spectrum and analyze important issues in the liberty movement for a political website.  Follow him @_MichaelGartman on Twitter.  Be sure to ‘like’ Gridiron Grit on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @GridironGrit to keep up with the latest coverage on college football, the NFL and more!

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Watch: Nebraska Receiver Makes Amazing Catch http://gridirongrit.com/2014/08/watch-nebraska-receiver-makes-amazing-catch/ http://gridirongrit.com/2014/08/watch-nebraska-receiver-makes-amazing-catch/#comments Sat, 30 Aug 2014 22:54:21 +0000 http://gridirongrit.com/?p=25514

The 22nd-ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers opened their season as heavy favorites over the visiting  Florida Atlantic Owls on Saturday. And Bo Pelini’s team has lived up to expectations with a 48-7 enters the fourth quarter with a commanding 48-7 lead.

Jordan Westerkamp, Nebraska - incredible catch vs. Florida Atlantic

The most memorable moment thus far came when wide receiver Jordan Westerkamp tore up the highlight reel with an unbelievable behind-the-back sideline catch in what was almost an interception by cornerback Sharrod Neasman.

Check out the incredible catch in the video below.

Stay tuned to GridironGrit.com for the latest news and analysis on the ‘Huskers and the rest of college football!

Michael Gartman is a College Football and NFL Senior Writer, the AFC South and NFC West Lead Writer and the Founder, CEO of GridironGrit.com.  He’s also about to start reporting on topics across all sides of the political spectrum and analyze important issues in the liberty movement for a political website.  Follow him @_MichaelGartman on Twitter.  Be sure to ‘like’ Gridiron Grit on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @GridironGrit to keep up with the latest coverage on college football, the NFL and more!

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