Hollywood is making a movie about Tom Brady. It's from the makers of "Patriots Day," and it's going to be about the latter years of his career - particularly this past season with Deflategate and Super Bowl LI. I'm sure there will be a scene where Brady comes back to his alma mater and throws the ball around with Jim Harbaugh.
Matt Damon is way too short to play Brady, so I'm not sure who they're going to get.
One Stafford injury away from starting...............and going the Tom Brady route when Bledsoe got injured.
That all went down in Brady's second season as a pro................2017 is Rudock's second.
Saban has been banned from a Louisiana high school for "unethical" recruiting of Brandon Harris who ended up at LSU. Saban "offered" him, but didnt OFFER him. The school has 2 ESPN 300 prospects this cycle.
Not every player becomes a star, or even a starter. But I have long believed that a Michigan man who hangs in the NFL for a few years, even as a backup, is doing well for themselves. Financially speaking even the NFL minimum is rather good, and I'm happy for them.
Good for Chad Henne. He's turned into a career backup, but that is a legit job in sports that not everybody can do well. I'm glad he's still plugging along. He'll still get a chance to play when there's an injury or something, and he's a guy that gives his team a chance to win a game without its starter. Not bad at all.
Jaguars re-signed backup QB Chad Henne.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 15, 2017