Danny Webster is a member of the breaking news team at Bleacher Report, and is a soon-to-be graduate at UNLV majoring in journalism with a minor in history. He spent four years at his college newspaper, The Rebel Yell, writing sports and being an editor in some capacity. Danny has also done freelance work for the Los Angeles Times, Orange County Register and Kansas City Star. If not for coffee and Red Bull, he would not be here today.

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  • John Sarteest posted 4 days ago

    John Sarteest

    Eli wasn't deadpan, he was wrung out. Did you look at Archie Manning's face? He too looked serious, so to speak. The game wasn't over and they were calculating in their minds. They're football players.

  • John Sarteest posted 4 days ago

    John Sarteest

    Eli was deadpan...as was Archie. They were both wrong out and the game wasn't over. Take a closer look at Archie Manning's face before you trash Eli.

  • Kathy Ross-johnson posted 32 days ago

    Kathy Ross-johnson

    Garrett Ross-Johnson was sick and was unable to play in last Saturday's Blue Grey game. You reported on the wrong QB!! Hope we can clear that up.

  • Kathy Ross-johnson posted 32 days ago

    Kathy Ross-johnson

    Garrett Ross-Johnson was sick and did was unable to play in the Blue Grey Game Last Saturday. Your article is not accurate!

  • Chris Myers posted 60 days ago

    Chris Myers

    Nice Mock Draft article. How many times can one team draft the same player? and is Bosa a day 2 or day 3 pick. Or does he go undrafted? Please leave Mock Drafts to the experts my friend. Just saying.

  • Greg Hedges posted 70 days ago

    Greg Hedges

    Dec. 3, you wrote re: UK loss to UCLA, "Calipari always finds a way to get his team back on track in time for the tournament." Like a couple of years ago - well, it was the NIT. Oh yeah, they bombed in 1st round... (Had to get in that dig on UK. I'm a KU fan. ;-) )

  • jeffrey lebowski posted 91 days ago

    jeffrey lebowski

    Im curious that you think messi needs top storm back in order to persuade people to vote for him.So what about the previous 9 months where messi played incredibly,and the fact that his stats at least match or better ronaldos for the calender year,getting to the copa america final,winning four trophies,scoring goals of genius.and the fact that bookmakers have him as huge favorite to win it.Its almoost as if you watched very little football this year when you say messi will struggle to win over voters.

  • Scott Gyurina posted 1835 days ago

    Scott Gyurina

    Hey Ranger fans, please check out my latest piece on the team, analyzing their most significant player moves this off-season.

    Thank you, I appreciate it...