PHILADELPHIA — This was a strange one, even by NFL standards.
by: HuffPost — Yahoo Sports 14h
The days of Colin Kaepernick being ostracized by NFL teams may be coming to an
by: https://www.facebook.com/184700725 — The Huffington Post 14h
Football hall of famer Cris Carter says it's time to call Kap.
by: Steven Ruiz — USA Today: For The Win 14h
The Jaguars had plenty of options and may have picked the worst one.
Cris Carter to the Jaguars: 'Swallow your pride, pick up the phone, and call Kap' | firstcoastnews.com
by: Author: Andrew Willis Published: 3:15 PM EDT October 22, 2018 Updated: 3:47 PM EDT October 22, 2018 — First Coast News 15h
Despite who starts for the Jaguars Sunday, the long-term answer at quarterback may not be on the current roster. According to Cris Carter of Fox Sports 1, the next quarterback for the Jaguars may not even currently be on a football team.
by: Brad Taningco — Clutchpoints 16h
The Jacksonville Jaguars might be looking for a new starting quarterback after benching Blake Bortles in their loss to the Houston Texans. Fox analyst Cris Carter threw out a suggestion for who the Jaguars should replace Bortles with: Colin Kaepernick. “T
by: Pueng Vongs — Mercury News 16h
Former San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid has sold his Hayward Hills, Calif. home for $1.81 million, reports the L.A. Times. Click here if viewing from a mobile device. The Pro Bowl safety, who k…
by: Tom Schad, USA TODAY — USA Today 16h
Fox Sports 1 analyst and Hall of fame wide receiver Cris Carter says it's time for the Jaguars to make a change after Bortles was benched Sunday.
by: Peter King — NBC Sports: Pro Football Talk 17h
From buses to benchings to bad calls, Week 7 had a bit of it all. Peter King kicks off his Football Morning in America Week 7 column with the big miss in Baltimore: • Justin Tucker holds himself…
by: Tim Weaver — USA Today: Panthers Wire 17h
Panthers safety Eric Reid was the center of attention throughout most of the Panthers’ 21-17 win over the Eagles this week.
by: Scott Stinson — National Post 19h
Three teams entered the season with rookie quarterbacks that they didn’t think were ready to start, so they left the teams in the hands of various veteran journeymen
by: Kyle Koster — The Big Lead 20h
Not a great situation.