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30.11.2019 09:05
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thought the Giants were being a little dangerous in late April.In an interview with Clay Skipper of , Mayfield made these eyebrow-raising comments about the sixth overall pick in the 2019 draft: “I cannot believe the Giants took Daniel Jones. . . . Blows my mind.”Mayfield’s primary criticism comes from the fact that Jones had a record of 17-19 at Duke.“Some people overthink it,” Mayfield told . “That’s where people go wrong. They forget you’ve gotta win. . . . Either you have a history of winning and being that guy for your team . . . or you don’t.”That’s all fine. He undoubtedly said what the said. And he’ll be criticized for saying what he said. But when will non-sports outlets like be criticized for drawing controversial remarks from young, inexperienced players in a casual setting, where they often don’t realize anything they say can and will be used against them? Last year, it was Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who learned his lesson the hard way about anything and everything he says to Clay Skipper of being fair game. This year, it’s Mayfield, who blurted out his opinion about the Giants and Jones after noticing a segment about the Giants while Mayfield and Skipper were having a meal.It’s disingenuous, in my view Nick Chubb Jersey , for reporters to play that “gotcha!” game, treating every word uttered during an encounter with the subject of an interview as fair game unless and until the subject of the interview utters the magic words: ” And for people who cover the NFL on a regular basis, those tactics are among the quickest ways to run out of people to interview.Over the past 10 years, I’ve interviewed more players and coaches than I can remember; the number likely falls somewhere between 250 and 500. And there have been plenty of interesting and/or funny things said before the interview officially began. And I’ve never repeated anything that was said before the interview officially began, even though the comments rarely were accompanied by the invocation of “.”Maybe that makes me not as good as I could be at my job. (There are plenty of things that could be pointed to in order to prove that true.) Maybe I missed that day in J-School. (In fairness to me, I missed all of them.) But it ultimately comes down to how we treat others, and it feels improper and wrong to on one hand try to get people comfortable and relaxed for an interview and on the other hand rush to highlight the things they say while they are comfortable and relaxed, but before they realize that the interview actually has begun.And because isn’t regularly interviewing NFL players, they don’t have to worry about Ramsey being pissed or Mayfield being pissed or the next guy being pissed. Because there will always be a next guy who gladly accepts the chance to have a photo spread in if it means submitting to an interview with someone who isn’t a sports reporter and thus who won’t ask any questions that could lead to problematic answers.Until realizing Chad Thomas Color Rush Jersey , once the story is published, that something they didn’t even realize was an official answer became the problematic answer. Round Five potential draftee would provide OT depth" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteDawgs EDTShareTweetShareShareOT Trey Pipkins: How Would Drafting this Player in Round 5 Make the Browns Better? The Browns have three picks in the fifth-round, and with their second selection at number 155 they may want to take a flyer on Trey Pipkins of Sioux Falls for much-needed offensive tackle depth. Currently, he is ranked as the 13th best OT prospect. You may have seen him at the scouting combine in March where he was only one of 17 small-school players invited. There aren’t any questions that he can handle an OT job in the NFL and would initially make a great backup at either tackle position. Pipkins has practiced and played at both LT and RT. He’s long and strong, and also shows no sign of excess body fat. He controls defenders with long arms, and shows very good functional strength. He also is a natural knee bender who can perform a solid job not getting too tall in his stance.Specifics: College: Sioux Falls (SD)Height: 6’7”Weight: 307 pounds 40-time: 5.12Career Games: 41 Positives: Great strength and pushCan play guard or tackleLong wingspanPut together well with size and strengthBlocks well off the edgeSelected for East-West Shrine GameGood size and athleticismNegatives: Division II playerSlow-footed at timesNeeds run blocking improvementImprove his conditioningHas not seen high-level defensive linemenImprove stopping inside rushesExpert Draft Site Analysis walterfootball.comWith the Browns needing depth on the offensive line, what are your thoughts about taking Pipkins?

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