Cameron Erving, offensive lineman, Florida State. 51. Nate Orchard, outside linebacker, Utah. The scoop on the Cardinals: The one imponderable for Arizona is quarterback Carson Palmer. He had a brilliant regular season after missing the last 10 games of 2014 with injury. He passed for 35 touchdowns with 11 interceptions and averaged 8.7 yards per attempt, which was the best among the 12 playoff quarterbacks.
The NFL gave the Chargers one year to decide to either partner with Stan Kroenke in Inglewood or work it out with the city of San Diego. Recently, the Chargers surprisingly announced forming a deal with Kroenke in principle but would also play the 2016 season in San Diego opening negotiations with the city for one final shot at a stadium solution . One final season to save 55 years of football history in America’s Finest City.How committed are the Chargers to staying in San Diego? What steps will they make to gain the public’s favor again? Are they willing to make concessions to get a deal done? Watch the 2 part video above as Chargers team Chairman, Dean Spanos, sits down one on one with CBS News 8 Sports Director Kyle Kraska to discuss “Charging Forward.”.
Golson measured in at 5 feet, 11 inches and 200 pounds. He ran the 40 yard dash in 4.82 seconds and had a 32 inch vertical leap. Golson posted a 4.25 second time in the 20 yard shuttle, went 7.25 seconds in the 3 cone drill and his broad jump measured 9 feet, 6 inches.
City is dear to me and I am honored to be inducted into their Hall of Fame. Official enshrinement ceremony into the Chiefs Hall of Fame will be held during Chiefs Alumni Weekend at Arrowhead Stadium this fall.Gonzalez is the greatest tight end in the history of the National Football League and one of the greatest Chiefs of all time, Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt said. His 12 seasons in Kansas City, he revolutionized his position, and his record breaking performances and commitment to the Kansas City community made him one of the most beloved players in the Chiefs Kingdom.
(CNN) The highly anticipated blockbuster film “Black Panther” is apparently not eagerly awaited by everyone.While fans have been buzzing about the Marvel movie’s February 16 opening, a group has been trying to organize others to flood Rotten Tomatoes with negative reviews about the film.Using the hashtags DCOverMarvel and BringDownDisney, a Facebook event was set up for February 15 24 and listed as being hosted by “Down with Disney’s Treatment of Franchises and its Fanboys.”The purpose was to “Give Black Panther a Rotten Audience Score on Rotten Tomatoes.”It’s not clear how many users responded to the event before it was removed from Facebook, but some reports put the number at 3,700.A representative for Facebook told CNN in a statement that “people often use Facebook to challenge ideas, institutions, and practices.””Such discussion can promote a diversity of perspectives and greater understanding,” the statement said. “However, we’re opposed to hate speech and bullying, and don’t allow either on our platform.”We want Facebook to be a space where both expression and personal safety are protected and respected,” the statement concluded. “That’s why we developed our Community Standards, which you can read on our site.”The rivalry between DC and Marvel fans is legendary, and Marvel movies have historically done better than DC ones.But given that “Black Panther” has an all black cast and the storyline includes themes of race, many saw the move as more nefarious than just a friendly rivalry.In a statement provided to CNN, Rotten Tomatoes said it’s “proud to have become a platform for passionate fans to debate and discuss entertainment and we take that responsibility seriously.””While we respect our fans’ diverse opinions, we do not condone hate speech,” the statement said.