New Browns S Calvin Pryor didn’t want to talk about what went wrong for him with the Jets.
“I can’t really speak on too much of that,’‘ Pryor said, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “That’s in the past.”
Even so, Pryor mentioned that he had some great times with the Jets, but he’s looking forward to a fresh start in Cleveland.
“I mean, don’t get it twisted now,” Pryor said. “I had some great times in New York. My years that I was there, I really enjoyed playing football. It’s just a blessing to be in the NFL period, so it doesn’t really stop here. I’m looking forward a fresh start, having an opportunity to play with the Cleveland Browns. That’s what I’m looking forward to the most.”
- According to Jordan Raanan of ESPN, Giants first-round TE Evan Engram has impressed on and off the field during OTAs.
- Raanan mentions that the Giants’ offense has looked more multiple during OTAs, as opposed to last year when they went with three wide receivers sets over 90 percent of the time.
- New York reportedly was using more two-tight-end sets and jumbo looks than in the past.
- As for rookie QB Davis Webb, Raanan says he has held his own and has looked comfortable while displaying a strong arm.
- The Giants have D.J. Fluker “entrenched” as a guard.
- The middle linebacker job appears to be B.J. Goodson‘s job to lose, per Raanan.
Seahawks OL coach Tom Cable said he’s the “most excited” coach on the team’s staff right after following their offensive line additions this offseason.
“I’d like to get to camp, but I’m the most excited coach on the staff right now,” Cable said, via ESPN.com. “That’s what I’ve told coach [Pete Carroll] and John [Schneider, Seahawks general manager]. I appreciate them putting this together in a year’s time and doing a fantastic job. Our personnel guys nailed this, so it’s just a matter of getting them in the right spots and going and playing ball.”