Fresh off a Pro Bowl season as a rookie, Eric Berry’s sophomore campaign ended after just four snaps.
It was Bills WR Stevie Johnson who laid the vicious crack-back cut block on Berry that resulted in a torn left ACL. Berry’s year was done. More than six months later, he’s still undergoing rehabilitation.
He gives the Chiefs and Broncos high marks. The Chargers and the Raiders? Not so much.
In an Insider piece , Williamson gave both the Broncos and the Chiefs “A” grades for their work. Denver brought in quarterback Peyton Manning and the Chiefs brought in several key pieces.
Even though the Chargers brought in several players, they did lose Vincent Jackson and Mike Tolbert, so Williamson gave them a “C.” Oakland had major salary-cap issues to deal with and Williamson slapped a “D” grade on the new regime that was clearly in a tough spot. What do you think about these grades? Fair or foul? Fill up the comments section below with your thoughts.
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On March 14, Carr signed a 5-year, $50.1 million deal with the Cowboys. The 26-year-old played the the first four seasons of his career with the Kansas City Chiefs, after being drafted out of Division II Grand Valley State. Carr tied for the team lead in 2011 with four INTs, giving him eight for his career.
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The Dolphins, who have the eighth overall pick, also sent general manager Jeff Ireland to College Station for Tannehill’s workout. The quarterback, who played for new Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman at Texas A&M, had dinner with Ireland and Philbin on Wednesday night.
Tannehill said he plans to hold private workouts for the Browns, Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs in College Station before the draft and that he’s set to visit a handful of other teams