Tony Pollard had a feeling he would become a Dallas Cowboy. Days before the Memphis Tigers former do it all weapon was drafted in the fourth round, 128th overall, by America’s Team, he had a hunch he was headed to the Lone Star state, and hoped it would happen.
Plenty of Mid-South players could be off the board early, including Memphis running back Darrell Henderson, Ole Miss wide receivers D.K. Metcalf and A.J. Brown and Mississippi State’s Montez Sweat and Jeffrey Simmons.
A “pretty insane and broad rule in the NFL rule book" allows Commissioner Roger Goodell to reverse or reschedule the outcome of the matchup between the New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams, according to a report.
It will seem kind of odd to turn on the TV during Sundays this fall and not see former Memphis Tiger DeAngelo Williams not terrorizing NFL defenses. For now, it looks like DeAngelo may have a new career.
The latest installment of the Paxton Lynch Progress Report with the Denver Broncos has less to do with the former Memphis Tiger than it does with competition for Quarterback of the Super Bowl Champions.
Former University of Memphis Star Quarterback Paxton Lynch has one more detail to finish up in the Bluff City before taking his place as the, according to Sports Illustrated, "Successor" to Hall of Famer Peyton Manning in Denver.