- Bash to Buttigieg: You're the only one raising this issue
During the South Carolina Democratic presidential debate, Pete Buttigieg warned that the presidency is not "the only office that matters." CNN's Dana Bash speaks to the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, about the issue he raised.
- Joe Douglas’ background shows what Jets makeover could be
INDIANAPOLIS — After nine months on the job, Jets general manager Joe Douglas will finally get to really shape the team’s roster. Yes, he already has made a few trades and signings since he was hired last June, but when free agency begins on March 18, he can truly begin to reshape the Jets. The...
- What Joe Judge’s peculiar no-name Giants rule really means
INDIANAPOLIS — Since getting hired as head coach of the Giants, Joe Judge has yet to publicly utter the name Daniel Jones. Not at his introductory press conference. Not in Mobile, Ala., at the Senior Bowl. And not here at the scouting combine. Oh, by the way, Judge has also not allowed to pass through...
- The real reason why Matt Rhule spurned Giants for Panthers
INDIANAPOLIS — Matt Rhule says he would not be standing alongside other NFL head coaches if not for Tom Coughlin. So, why didn’t he capitalize on a chance to fill Coughlin’s old shoes? Rhule was the early favorite to be Giants head coach in 2020. He had an interview scheduled but never made it to...
- Browns GM causing Odell Beckham trade déjà vu at NFL Combine
INDIANAPOLIS – In the Odell Beckham playbook, this one is called “We didn’t sign him to trade him.” Those seven words were uttered by Giants general manager Dave Gettleman at the 2019 NFL Combine, two weeks before he shipped Beckham to the Browns. So, it is understandable if a skeptical Beckham heard his team’s new...
- Adam Gase insists all is well between he and Le’Veon Bell
INDIANAPOLIS – Jets coach Adam Gase said there are no issues between him and running back Le’Veon Bell. “What everyone else says, I think we’re both to the point where we really don’t care,” Gase said Tuesday at the NFL Scouting Combine. “As long as our relationship is good, we’re good.” Things never seemed to...
- NFL Draft’s first round is riding on X-factor Tua Tagovailoa
INDIANAPOLIS – Nines are wild for Tua Tagovailoa. Tagovailoa – the player under the most medical scrutiny at the NFL Combine – said Tuesday he expects to receive full clearance to return to football action March 9 and will hold his own individual pro day for scouts and coaches April 9. He will be “ready...
- Alonso joins Arrow McLaren for Indianapolis 500
Fernando Alonso will race for Arrow McLaren SP at this year's Indianapolis 500 where the Spaniard will try to complete motor sport's 'Triple Crown' with a victory, the team announced on Tuesday.
- Joe Douglas getting closer to making Jamal Adams ‘Jet for life’
INDIANAPOLIS – Jets general manager Joe Douglas sounds like a man who believes he can get a contract extension done with safety Jamal Adams. “Jamal is an unbelievable player as we talked about at the end-of-the-season meeting,” Douglas said Tuesday at the NFL Combine. “We’re excited about Jamal. The plan is for Jamal to be...
- Jerry Jeudy’s odd reason for wearing Star of David at NFL Combine
INDIANAPOLIS — Jerry Jeudy was a five-star recruit coming out of Deerfield Beach, Fla. but that does not explain why he proudly and boldly wears a gold six-pointed Star of David around his neck on Tuesday. Jeudy sported the necklace Tuesday as he took the podium at the NFL Combine, with the Jewish star on...
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