Washington Hopes To Extends AD's Career By Committee

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Washington Redskins hope to extend Adrian Peterson's career using the running back by committee approach.

Peterson will be entering his 13th season in the NFL, coming off arguably his best season since 2015 averaging 4.2 yards per carry.

The upcoming season, Washington enters with a loaded backfield featuring three backs under 25 years old. The team hasn’t shied away from their intentions distributing the workload from Peterson to 2018 second-round draft pick Derrius Guice, who missed last season with a torn ACL, giving the team a fresh pair of legs to support the aging All-Pro Peterson.


Gerald McCoy Felt Disrespected By Tampa Bay

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Gerald McCoy’s nine-year tenure as a Buccaneer ended abruptly last month after a contract dispute.

It appeared McCoy, Tampa Bay relationship ended amicably, McCoy said he would “never say anything bad about Tampa, ” as he joined divisional rival Carolina Panthers. McCoy was being courted by dozen teams and players, including Baker Mayfield and Cleveland Browns.

McCoy ended up signing a one-year $8.5M contract with Carolina, Tampa signed Ndamukong Suh to replace McCoy. However, the divorce turned sour between the former two-parties after Tampa gave the jersey No. 93 of McCoy's to Suh.