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Jayme Snowden does a number on Chris Carter over his suggestion at the NFL Rookie Symposium that rookies find a fall guy.
Evan V. Symon speaks with Central Texas high school football coach William Lane about high school football in Texas.
Alex Kirby takes us back to the days when Washington loved RGIII to show us how head coach Mike Shanahan fused the Wide Zone concept with the Zone Read concept to neutralize the Mike.
Neil Stratton brings us quotes from Patriots CB Malcolm Butler, and how he went from an undrafted free agent to legitimate NFL starter.
Cian Fahey of Football Outsiders turns to film to show that Ryan Fitzpatrick is one of the least intelligent quarterbacks in the NFL, but he keeps getting jobs because of how he fails.
The Washington Post’s Adam Kilgore takes Russell Wilson to task for his dubious claims that water healed his concussions.
Former agent and team representative Andrew Brandt writes for the MMQB about how both sides in the Chancellor vs. Seattle contract dispute have good points.
Ryan Smith from Uproxx Sports discussed how UCLA’s QB Josh Rosen may have more perspective about football than most top college recruits.
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