The Texans may have the saddest ongoing quarterback controversy in the league, with head coach Bill O’Brien yo-yoing between Ryan Mallett and Brian Hoyer, both of whom are bad. According to a report from the Houston Chronicle, O’Brien tried to put an end to the back-and-forth before last Sunday’s game by cutting…
Ryan Mallett sounds like he’s just about the grumpiest Ryan in the world right now. He got pulled from the Texans’ 27-20 loss to Indianapolis and barfing zombie Matt Hasselbeck on Thursday, then visibly sulked up and down the sideline for the rest of the game as Brian Hoyer put in a much better performance.
The Patriots kept Ryan Mallett along with Tom Brady and second-round pick Jimmy Garoppolo for their final roster cuts, and now it's clear why: They didn't want to release someone that could get a return. New England will reportedly ship Mallett to the Houston Texans.
LeGarrette Blount's 51-yard TD run against the Eagles last night is impressive enough to share on its own, but a couple things happen away from the play that make this clip funny.
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Like getting accused of being hungover for a scheduled interview! He was probably just really sick though. But the other guy, he's definitely a Ginger.
At the Indianapolis scouting combines, the press asked NFL aspirant Ryan Mallett about the "heavy rumors of drug use and [if] possible addiction kept him from coming out for the 2010 draft." Those "heavy rumors" stem from an article by Tony Softli, a former NFL executive in Carolina and St. Louis, on ESPN's St. Louis…
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