Kyrie Irving Goes Nuclear

Kyrie Irving Goes Nuclear
Big Wednesday was on fire, but Kyrie Irving went nuclear to headline a very busy 11-game night. Bruski has it all in the Dose.
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Eagles hired Ed Marynowitz as VP of Player Personnel.

The January power struggle between Chip Kelly and Howie Roseman resulted in Roseman getting promoted out of personnel decisions and Kelly getting to choose a new right-hand man for player evaluation. After a month-long search, he settles in-house on 30-year-old Marynowitz, who worked under Nick Saban at Alabama before joining the Eagles in 2012. "I can't tell you how well thought of Ed is in the scouting business," Kelly said.
Jan 29 - 10:19 AM

Philly Magazine says it's "not out of the question" that Josh Huff could steal Riley Cooper's starting job next season.

If the Eagles choose to keep Jordan Matthews in a strict slot role, Huff's path to playing will be clearer. We know Cooper, arguably the worst starting wideout in the league last season, is on shaky ground. The problem is Huff was not impressive as a rookie, catching just eight passes and losing a critical fumble. Profiling more as a sub-package wideout than a front-line player, he's only a deep Dynasty hold for now.
Jan 29 - 10:04 AM

Robert Griffin III said his ankle injury was a big factor in his struggles last season.

Griffin dislocated his left ankle in Week 2 and missed nearly two months. He returned for three games, but then embarrassingly got benched in favor of Colt McCoy. Now Griffin's place with the Redskins is uncertain as he heads into his fourth NFL season. "The biggest thing for me is coming back healthy. Last year I wasn't healthy, and it sucked, there's no other way to say it other than that," he said. Being injured certainly doesn't help, but Jay Gruden's questions about whether RG3 can succeed outside of the gimmicky Shanahan scheme are valid. His fundamentals have no progressed.
Source: ESPN.com
Jan 29 - 9:56 AM

Free agent LB Lance Briggs is now open to returning to Chicago.

Briggs was done with Phil Emery and Marc Trestman, but sees a chance with the new Ryan Pace/John Fox regime. He's willing to play inside in Vic Fangio's expected 3-4 scheme, a good fit for a player going into his age-35 season. Despite his advanced age, Briggs proved he can still stuff the run last season.
Jan 29 - 9:42 AM

Former Colts WR Austin Collie has agreed to terms with the CFL's Montreal Alouettes.

Collie has been out of the NFL since 2013 and hadn't had a real role since 2011, thanks in large part to multiple concussions and a knee injury. Now 29 years old, he's settling for a job in the minors. Collie was born in Hamilton, giving him "national" status for the Alouettes (Duron Carter's former team).
Jan 29 - 9:33 AM

The Baltimore Sun suggests the Ravens could tender restricted free agent K Justin Tucker at a first- or second-round level.

This would ensure that Tucker would not get any offer sheets because no team is dumb enough to give up a top-64 pick for a kicker. It also would give Tucker a sizable raise he deserves after going 97-of-108 (89.8 percent) on field goals over the last three seasons. A first-round tender would cost $3.113M and a second-rounder is $2.187M.
Jan 29 - 9:18 AM

LeGarrette Blount denies orchestrating his November release from the Steelers.

Conspiracy theorists suggest that New England reached out to Blount and told him that if he wiggled his way out of Pittsburgh, he'd be able to return to Bill Belichick's waiting arms. So then Blount went haywire with his attitude and quit on the team, leaving Mike Tomlin no choice but to dump Le'Veon Bell's backup. The hole in that theory is that every team in the league had a chance to claim him before he became a free agent and signed with the Patriots. Regardless, in seven games as a Patriot since then, Blount has rushed 93 times for 430 yards (4.62 YPC) with six touchdowns.
Jan 29 - 8:59 AM

Free agent CB Antonio Cromartie said he's open to returning to the Jets.

The dots connect here. Cromartie flashed some of his best ball as a Jet from 2010-13, he was elite in new coach Todd Bowles' scheme while with the Cardinals in 2014 and the Jets' secondary desperately needs a talent infusion. Cromartie, 30, is our No. 4 corner available in free agency, only behind Bryon Maxwell, Brandon Flowers and Tramon Williams.
Jan 29 - 8:54 AM
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