With preseason training camps a little under two weeks away, it’s an extremely slow time for NFL news. Despite the lack of news, there is still content to be put out. Let’s take a look at what the rest of the SB Nation network is talking about.
What the hell did Kirk Cousins grill on the 4th of July? | SB Nation
I’m not exactly sure what Cousins was grilling but if I had to put money on it, this look like steaks.
The All-NFC East Offensive Line | Hogs Haven
Only one Giants’ offensive lineman made the list and not even as a starter. That speaks to the talent on the rest of the division’s offensive lines.
Which Titans player is most likely to break through as a first time Pro Bowl selection in 2018? | Music City Miracles
My pick would have to be Adoree’ Jackson, the potential of what he can bring defensively and on special teams could help the Titans’ a ton in 2018.
Expectations for Justin Evans in 2018 | Bucs Nation
Buccaneers’ safety Justin Evans struggled to impress in his rookie season with the team but I could see a huge leap out of the second-year player out of Texas A&M.
Kam Chancellor was my ideal NFL defender to watch | Field Gulls
Kam Chancellor was one of the most feared safeties I have even seen. It is hard for me to imagine another safety coming into this league that will ever be more feared than he was.
The 5 best Browns fails against the Bengals | Cincy Jungle
I really want to see Dawgs by Nature, SB Nation’s Browns’ site, counter to this article with their own Bengals fails against the Browns.
Brendan Langley has enormous upside at cornerback for the Denver Broncos | Mile High Report
For the Broncos to turn around their franchise following a disappointing 2017 season, they’ll need players like Langley to step up and make the leap in 2018.
Michael Thomas Could Be Even Better in 2018 | Canal St. Chronicles
I could see Thomas having a even better 2018 season. The third-year receiver out of Ohio State made a gigantic leap in his sophomore season in New Orleans.
Leonard Fournette helps a college senior cover the cost of her final year at LSU | Big Cat Country
It’s always great to see NFL players giving back to their community. Leonard Fournette is just the latest.