I have been an NFL Gameday Correspondent for Bleacher Report since September of 2012 and also spend time writing assorted NHL, MLB and college football articles here at B/R.
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Hey man, would love to talk to you about an opportunity covering the Lions. Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll get you some info
You're welcome, Nick!
Thanks for the edits man! Good stuff.
Thanks for the quick edits, Nick. Much appreciated.
Fastest NFL franchise players....you left off
Eagles... Frank Budd ( 100 yd WR holder until Bob Hayes)
Broncos....Odell Barry (ran 9.2 100 yd in early 60's Findlay (OH) College)
Chiefs..."Super Gnat" Nolan Smith (Dante Hall clone)
Just throwing out a few names nobody thought about.
Thanks for the edits and feedback, Nick. Just an FYI, "organisation" is the British spelling.
Thanks for the recent edit and feedback, Nick, much appreciated!
Colin Kaepernick "It's his relative inexperience that prevents me from putting him on the list" REALLY!!! What experience did Luck and Wilson have? Lets see VS Rogers 263 yards Passing 181 yards rushing, VS Ryan 233 yards Passing, VS Flacco 302 yards Passing, VS Brees 231 yards Passing, VS Brady 221 yards Passing, VS Wilson 244 yards Passing the only game he lost to was Wilson. Luck was one and Done. Ben and Eli didn't even make the Playoffs and all Kaepernick gets is a honorable mention. Colin Kaepernick 76.8 regular season QBR #3 and Postseason #2 with a 86.5 QBR .01 behind Ryan and all he gets is a honorable mentions you are CRAZY!! Look for yourself. http://espn.go.com/nfl/qbr GET IT RIGHT!!!
Thanks for the edit and constructive feedback Nick!
Thanks for the edits, Nick. I greatly appreciate it.