Oger Goodell, the commissioner of the the National Football League, said Thursday that he’s not a “football expert” when asked on FS1’s First Things First if controversial free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick was good enough to make an NFL roster. Co host Cris Carter first asked Goodell if he is “troubled by Kaepernick not being on an opening day roster,” to which Goodell responded that the NFL is “always about meritocracy and opportunity” and “would like to see everyone get an opportunity, including Colin.” When co host Nick Wright pressed him on whether Kaepernick is talented enough to make a roster, Goodell said: “One thing I do as a commissioner is, I don’t make those decisions. I’m not a football expert.” Goodell has been commissioner of the NFL for 11 years.
The Sherwood Park native has played six NHL games and is up because Avs defencemen Erik Johnson and Anton Lindholm were hurt against the Oilers last weekend. The 24 year old, who played junior for Saskatoon Blades, was a first round pick in 2011, going 11th overall but he hasn got much traction in Colorado, playing 273 AHL games. He be in their third defence pair and playing his first ever game against his hometown team..
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“Man, just stay calm,” said defensive tackle Fletcher Cox, who was a force all day. “We always talk about that. We been in those situations during the regular season, so we kind of know how to handle those situations, not try to make a play but let the play come to us.”.
The celebration begins with the second annual Willie Wilson Classic presented by Willie Wilson Baseball and Farmland Foods on Saturday, May 22. The Classic will feature the 1985 World Series Royals Alumni in a softball game against members of the 1985 St. Matchup.
So could 2015 second round Denzel Perryman (5 11, 240), who is built like a fire hydrant and hits like a ton of bricks. Perryman, however, is still learning the defense, and he missed the Bears game with a biceps injury. Nevertheless, this area represents one of the Chiefs’ biggest advantages in this game.