Ex-Rutgers star Devin McCourty dissects NFL’s ‘dumb’ national anthem policy
New England Patriots safety and former Rutgers defensive back Devin McCourty has never been shy about speaking his mind.
He had plenty to say Thursday, when asked about the NFL’s new national anthem policy.
Of course, there is no guarantee he will be on the team in 2018, given how much time he has already missed and how much credibility he may have lost with Shurmur and Dave Gettleman, the new general manager. Also, Flowers is moving to the right side, a new place for him to operate. Given his issues with technique as far as footwork and hand placement on his more comfortable left side, Flowers might be incapable of transitioning to the right side of the offensive line.
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With the Redskins importing Smith under center, it will be interesting to see how the passing offense grows around Doctson, Jamison Crowder and newly signed Paul Richardson. Each receiver complements the other well, in theory Crowder as the shifty slot, Richardson the field stretcher, and Doctson the go-get-it big body. If Doctson can become a go-to target, Washington’s offense has the potential to hum along in 2018. Right now, that’s an amorphous if.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy 鈥?who in January replaced ex-Gov. Chris Christie as lead plaintiff in the Supreme Court case 鈥?hailed Monday’s ruling and said he’d work with lawmakers to authorize and regulate sports betting in the very near future.