Chuck Pagano would like to coach again
Chuck Pagano wants to continue to chop wood.
The former Colts coach said on the NFL Network that he hopes to coach again someday, after being fired this offseason.
Now Callaway’s stock is likely to fall again. While the stigma around marijuana has seen a dramatic drop in recent years, a player failing a drug test when he knows it’s coming raises red flags. More from Yahoo Sports: Pat Forde: What Duke’s new housing rule means for the school Rockies fight trolls who targeted female broadcaster Charles Robinson: Dolphins owner may hold key in Kaepernick case Kershaw on elite club: ‘Don’t think I’m gonna make that’
Defensive back Nate Holley is new to the team, but he’s a very familiar face to one of the other players on the 90-man roster. The Rams signed Nate’s twin brother Nick as an undrafted free agent earlier this offseason.
The Holley brothers both attended Kent State, where Nate compiled 424 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, three sacks and an interception. His brother played quarterback, running back and wide receiver in college and is trying to make the Rams as a running back.
With both Holleys on the Rams roster, there are now four sets of twin brothers playing for the same team around the NFL. Shaquill and Shaquem Griffin play for the Seahawks while Devin and Jason McCourty are on the Patriots roster with Cody and Jacob Hollister.
A few weeks ago we took you behind the curtain to see how NFL teams mock the draft to figure out who could and could not be available when their pick comes. But in recent days, I’ve also heard of some teams getting even more creative with their mock drafts. Take, for example, the Buffalo Bills. The Bills have a second-year general manager in Brandon Beane, but this will be his first draft in Buffalo.