Jameis Winston may not be at the NFL Draft in Chicago
At least for now, Florida State quarterback and potential Wholesale Jerseys No. 1 overall pick Jameis Winston doesn’t plan on attending the NFL Draft in Chicago.
That reports comes from Peter King of Sports Illustrated, who says Winston will spend the weekend with his family.
That means the first epic bear hug applied to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will have to wait until the No. 2 pick. That is, of course, if you believe that Winston will be the first pick in the draft. If he is, he would NHL Hockey Jerseys be the first No. 1 pick this century to not attend the draft.
This does pose the question about the last No. 1 pick to not be at the draft. It’s easy to find evidence online of every pick since running back Ki Jana Carter in 1995 being at the draft. It’s hard to quickly find evidence that defensive tackle Dan Wilkinson was at the draft when the Cincinnati Bengals took him No. 1 in 1994. (If someone knows this bit of trivia, let us know.)
Then, Tuesday afternoon, a mysterious report surfaced saying NFL Jerseys 2016 that Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett, another Rosenhaus client, wanted a new contract (he just signed one last year) or a trade to Atlanta. Nope. That wasn’t entirely accurate either. Bennett had not asked for a trade, according to a subsequent report, and we thoroughly debunked the whole thing.
But it made for a fantastic day of public negotiating for a Baseball Jerseys Custom pair of Rosenhaus’ clients, which was a nice change from the dumpster fire that engulfed the NFL media world Tuesday morning in the wake of Chris Borland’s retirement.
The most legitimate of those stadium options is Stan Kroenke’s Hollywood Park project in Inglewood. By all accounts, Kroenke wants to leave the Midwest for Southern California. His Inglewood plan has the community’s political backing and the Cheap Jerseys From China private financing to make it work. All it needs now is the NFL’s approval to relocate Kroenke’s Rams from St. Louis back to the city they left after the 1994 season.
The plans for a stadium in Carson, Calif., advanced a little further too, with enough signatures now collected to get the measure on a ballot. The Chargers will own the 168 acre plot of land by the end of the month, when the real estate deal closes, and Goldman Sachs is reportedly lining up financing to pay for the $1.7 billion facility.