From Cap Hell to Super Bowl LVII: How Eagles Did It, Others Can Follow

From Cap Hell to Super Bowl LVII: How Eagles Did It, Others Can Follow
Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman faced a daunting task two years ago as he stared at a $62 million dead-money abyss on the salary cap. It started with the trade of quarterback Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts only two years after signing Wentz to a four-year, $128 million extension. There was a $33.8 million […]

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Bucs QB Coach: Brady Had Plenty in Tank, but Family Came First

Tom Brady’s retirement this week wasn’t a matter of a decline in ability, leadership or competitiveness, his Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterbacks coach, Clyde Christensen, says. In fact, he thought the quarterback, who was third in the NFL in passing yards (4,694), might play one more season. Instead, Brady chose to retire now, and do right by his family.

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Kyle Trask Received ‘Doctorate Level’ Education Behind Tom Brady

With Tom Brady’s retirement and Blaine Gabbert set to hit the open market as a free agent, Kyle Trask is the lone quarterback left on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers‘ roster. Former Buccaneers quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen talks with Jade McCarthy about how Trask has received a “doctorate level” education while sitting behind Tom Brady. He believes Trask will “get it” when it comes to understanding the game and performing when he gets a shot as the starter.

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Mahomes Has Competitive Spirit to Match Brady’s Numbers, Accolades

Tom Brady said he’s retiring “for good” on Wednesday morning. Mike Martz competed in the Super Bowl against a young Brady, and to this day is amazed at the longevity of the competitive spirit he saw that day in 2002. Martz later explains how Patrick Mahomes might also rise to that level of greatness.

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Tom Brady Brought Different Energy to Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVI

Tom Brady brought a different level of intensity to the football field that was evident from his first season. Mike Martz reflects on what it was like to go against Brady in his first Super Bowl appearance and what set the quarterback apart from his peers.

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