John Dorsey on Nick Foles report: We’re excited about Tyrod Taylor
A report this week indicated that the Browns took a run at trading for Super Bowl LII MVP Nick Foles this offseason, but found themselves looking elsewhere for a quarterback when the Eagles passed on the deal after running it by Foles.
Browns General Manager John Dorsey was asked about that report on Wednesday and cited tampering rules as a reason for a no comment while also taking time to mention the veteran quarterback that the team did wind up acquiring in a trade.
Well I know this, we’re very excited to have Tyrod Taylor as our starting quarterback, Dorsey said, via Cleveland.com. I’m not going to talk about another team’s player. You all know my position on that. He’s with the Philadelphia Eagles and I won’t talk about him.
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It was Game 2. Though the save preserved a 3-2 lead, there is no guarantee the Golden Knights would then have won the match if Tuch had finished the cross-ice pass from Cody Eakin and the game had gone into overtime. Further, a Caps defeat in that one would only have created a 2-0 scenario. Brilliant as it was, the save decided nothing.
Martin, who will make $9.341 million this season under the fifth-year option, is working out at the team facility but not participating in OTAs.
Y’all don’t see Zack here, but Zack’s here, Lawrence said. I don’t really want to speak on that. Zack has got his things going on. He’s here, so it is what it is.
Lawrence, 26, made only nine sacks his first three seasons while missing 16 games with injuries and a four-game suspension. He had 14.5 sacks last season.
Lawrence trusts that the Cowboys (eventually) will pay him as their war daddy pass-rusher, which is why he signed the tag and is showing up every day at The Star.
I know how to play the [business] game, too, Lawrence said. I might not play the game just the way everybody else play their game, but I know if I keep putting in that work and do what I need to do on the field, they’re going to sign me, so I’m not really worried about it.
Do you eat fried food? You see, that’s bad. I stopped eating fried food, Adams said. I eat fish, anything that’s real basically. I’m trying new things. I didn’t even eat asparagus. Now, I eat asparagus. I tried lamb the other day, spinach. I’m just kind of stepping the game up as far as my diet.
Adams had an immediate impact as a rookie last season. The former LSU star energized the Jets locker room and was all over the field in Todd Bowles’ defense. While he had a strong rookie campaign, he was unhappy because of the team’s struggles, something he did not experience much in college.