It is another Sunday! It is also Mother’s Day. So a happy mother’s day to all those moms out there.
In Oakland, one of the big stories Saturday was the announcement of Amy Trask, CEO of the Raiders, resigning.
Additionally, the Silver Lining has posted a full recap of all the Raiders draft picks.
Jack Del Rio is apparently still catching flack for the Broncos playoff game against Baltimore in January. But Del Rio is focusing on the future, according to the Denver Post. Probably for the best, right?
Sad news out of Pittsburgh as former Steelers defensive player and hall of famer Jack Butler passed away at the age of 85. Butler played nine seasons in the NFL and was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame last year.
Another former pro football player passed away this week as former New York Jets wide receiver George Sauer died Tuesday at the age of 69.
If you’re looking for an interesting read, the Herald Bulletin of Anderson, Ind. has a story on Jerome Kelley and his time working at the Indianapolis Colts rookie camp.
Speaking of rookie camp, the man known as “Kickalicious,” Havard Rugland, is taking part in camp with the Detroit Lions.
In Chicago, Bears Head Coach Marc Tressman is using a helmet cam for quarterbacks. Who knows, maybe we can see some of that footage someday…
Another rookie camp story takes place in Carolina as Eric Breitenstein took part at rookie camp this week, according to the State.
I don’t know if you’re a rugby fan, but if you are, well the NFL looks to be doing some partnerships with a professional rugby league in an effort to create a league in the United States, according to the Guardian.
Finally, if you’re looking for a shopping item for this edition, well you can purchase some NFL Rush Zone books for 99 cents. Ya know, if you’re interested in that thing.
Enjoy the day!