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QB Revolving Door: A Receiver’s POV #StoryTimeWithArmstrong

By Anthony Armstrong Every NFL season there are some significant roster moves that can affect the team’s ability to be successful – especially when the moves involve the quarterback position. It’s no secret that there is a direct correlation to the success of a team and the performance of the quarterback. In this 2017 piece, eight teams had the same quarterback for at least 10 seasons. Over that decade, those teams had more playoff wins than the rest of the entire NFL, including seven of the nine Super Bowls. Every name is one you would recognize: Brady, Brees, Eli, Rodgers, Big Ben, Rivers, Ryan, & Flacco.   Fast forward to …
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Fast Learners Still Get Cut #StoryTimeWithCalebHanie

By Caleb Hanie One of the hardest things about playing in the NFL, especially when you are a role player or backup Quarterback like me, is dealing with the ambiguity. You rarely have the job security that a star player has, and most of the time you don’t know your fate until the last day of preseason cuts. Even then, your job can be stripped of you for various reasons – injuries, poor performance, etc. Also, ninety percent of the NFL contracts aren’t guaranteed. So, you could go from one week thinking you’re earning $1,000,000 that year, to making zero. 2013 was another one of those years for me. I …
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