Philip Rivers would “vote” for Chargers to bring back Antonio Gates

The moment the Chargers lost tight end Hunter Henry for the season was the moment speculation began that the team might elect to bring back Antonio Gates for one more year.

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is all for the move.

Virgil Green, Braedon Bowman and Sean Culkin are Cheap Authentic Baseball Jerseys among the tight ends already on the roster.

Johnson said he hopes the players will stand — no Jets took a knee last year — but that he never wants “to put restrictions on the speech of our players.” That stance was a topic of conversation when wide receiver Jermaine Kearse spoke to the media on Tuesday.

Kearse called the league’s policy “disappointing” while saying that it was “very gratifying” to hear Johnson’s response.

“I’m very appreciative of him,” Kearse said, via NorthJersey.com. “I think he kind of gets it. … He understands. I don’t know what other owners are doing with their teams, but he’s been actively involved, had multiple meetings. We’ve all been talking to him. So [we’re] just very appreciative of his support. He cares.”

BWB Asia won’t be LeVert’s only offseason work. After two full seasons in the league, it’s unclear whether LeVert will take part in Las Vegas Summer League again; but either way he’ll have a busy summer between his annual basketball camp back in Ohio after returning from India and honing his game.

And what part of the 23-year-old’s game is he most focused on? In Cheap Braves Jerseys keeping with his gymrat nature, he can’t pick just one.

The Baltimore Ravens took a page out of their 2015 blueprint, when they drafted two tight ends.

Maxx Williams and Nick Boyle haven’t panned out as planned, but Hayden Hurst and Mark Andrews join a competitive position. 

Hurst doesn’t have comparable red-zone production to Andrews, but he does show reliable hands, which he flashed during the team’s rookie minicamp, per the Baltimore Sun’s Jeff Zrebiec. “He looked very fluid and sharp running routes and decisive in everything he did. He also caught just about everything with the exception of a lunging one-handed attempt at a pass in the back corner of the end zone.”

Coleman and Toilolo both left in free agency, and the Falcons didn’t just use a first-round pick on Ridley to leave him on the bench for long.

Don’t rush to add Ridley to your one-year fantasy football team as a slot receiver within a talented position group, but he should draw a Week 1 start in a three-wide receiver set.

The Seattle Seahawks have a competitive group at running back. Rashaad Penny must look the part of a starter to take a leap forward on the depth chart. In the past season, Chris Carson and Mike Davis flashed in brief bright spots in the backfield.

Tipping the Giants off, particularly with their connections to the quarterback-hungry Bills’ front office, would have been risky. Breer writes the Jets were “willing to pay a little over the point value to get the third pick, in exchange for Indy keeping the talks confidential.” Indy, of course, was willing to take the haul it got from New York — multiple second-round picks — knowing it would cause a shift in the economics of the draft that would allow them to still net a blue-chip player at No. 6. Multiple quarterbacks would go early and one of Bradley Chubb, Barkley and Quenton Nelson (the player Indy preferred all along) would be available to them.

New Jersey is wasting no time in getting into the sports gambling game.

In less than two weeks, Monmouth Park will open a sports book and Cheap Braves Jerseys begin taking bets, the racetrack and casino has confirmed. The target date is Memorial Day, Monday, May 28. Dennis Drazin, president and CEO of the company that operates Monmouth Park, says his understanding is that once the Supreme Court struck down the federal ban on sports gambling Cheap Authentic Baseball Jerseys outside Nevada, there’s nothing stopping Monmouth Park from taking bets immediately, even if New Jersey’s legislature hasn’t passed any state laws regulating gambling.

NC State defensive end Bradley Chubb to the Denver Broncos?

The Buffalo Bills trading up for Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen ? The Cardinals trading up for UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen ? All interesting moves that make sense for each club.

The Dallas Cowboys going with Boise State linebacker Cheap Authentic Baseball Jerseys Leighton Vander Esche instead of a wide receiver? Interesting.

The Atlanta Falcons taking another Alabama wide receiver in Calvin Ridley to team with Julio Jones? Scary for the rest of the NFC South.

The result was that the first wide receiver went off the board later than in any draft since 2008, when none went at all in the first round. (For what it’s worth, the second-rounders that year included Jordy Nelson and DeSean Jackson; Pierre Garcon went in the sixth.)

Ridley was presumed by many to be the first wideout to go. He wasn’t — and the Falcons, who are practically the opposite of the Panthers in terms of weapons for their franchise quarterback, took him 26th.

The 5-foot-11, 229-pound Freeman comes with 4.54 40-yard dash speed and should compete immediately for the starting job when considering Denver’s current running back stable consists of Devontae Booker and De’Angelo Henderson Sr.

Freeman appeared in 12 games in 2017 and rushed for 1,475 yards and 16 touchdowns on 244 attempts, averaging 6 yards per carry, en route to a second-team All-Pac-12 selection. He was also a semifinalist for the Doak Walker Award, which recognizes the nation’s top running back.

On his career at Oregon, Freeman appeared in 51 games with 46 starts, totaling 5,621 yards and 60 touchdowns on 947 carries (5.9 yards per attempt).

The 60 touchdowns established school and Pac-12 records. Freeman displayed versatility as a receiver out of the backfield with 79 catches for 814 yards and four touchdowns.

Freeman left Oregon with a decorated career as a two-time second-team All-Pac 12 selection (2014, 2017), a first-team All-Pac Cheap Braves Jerseys selection in 2015 and was the Pac-12 Offensive Freshman of the Year in 2014.