Kurt Warner apparently comes in second for MNF (and possibly isn’t happy about it)

Before ESPN leaked to ESPN last week that Cowboys tight end Jason Witten plans to retire and join the Monday Night Football booth, Kurt Warner had been viewed as the clubhouse favorite to get the gig. The cat was so far out of the bag that Warner made a joke about looking first at the MNF schedule at the outset of NFL Network’s schedule release show last month.

Sanders, who pleaded guilty to assault and weapons charges in the case last month, fired the weapon into a crowd outside of the Allstar Night Club in Elizabeth on Dec. 2016. No one was injured.

Sanders was arrested weeks later and, during an interview with Elizabeth police, claimed Greene handed him the gun. During that same interview, Sanders conceded he had lied about Green’s involvement, according to audio of the exchange provided by Greene’s attorney, Joshua McMahon.

A 6-1, 185-pound three-star safety out of Baltimore, Biggers is a coup due to his length, athleticism and ability to cover down-field. Hence, the Knights could continue to recruit him into December if they see fit.

Biggers’ decision came down to UNC and Rutgers with North Carolina winning out following a recent visit to Chapel Hill — his second in less than a month.

However, his recruitment has come to an end, as he’ll don powder blue and white at the next level. Biggers is ranked the No. 12 recruit in Maryland and No. 43 safety in the country.

Eric Dickerson: Saquon Barkley won’t break rookie rushing record because Giants have ‘no offensive line’

Here is some bulletin board material for the Giants offensive line.

Given New England’s first-round selection of running back Sony Michel, don’t be shocked if Hill signs with another team sometime around Labor Day.) After drafting corners in the early rounds, the Bengals often look for talented pass rushers in the middle rounds.

Will Clarke has had the type of career that makes a team have to keep looking.
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