Coby Fleener: Concussion symptoms still there, unfortunately

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When the Saints released tight end Coby Harold Carmichael Authentic Jersey Fleener early in May, head coach Sean Payton said that Fleener was still dealing with symptoms from the concussion that ended his 2017 season and nothing has changed over the last month.
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Fleener spoke to Don Banks of The Athletic about where things stand and said that he’d still like to play during the 2018 season, but that the symptoms are still there, unfortunately. There’s no timetable for that to change and that leaves Fleener, who has been diagnosed with five concussions over the course of his career, unable to say he’ll be back on the field with confidence.

And they’ve gotten three recent reminders about the dangers of shelling out big-money extensions to players nearing or over 30 years old. If Kam Chancellor’s neck injury prevents him from continuing his career a legitimate fear then he, Bennett and Marshawn Lynch would have all been extended without http://www.authenticnuggetstore.com/Jameer_Nelson_Jersey playing a down for Seattle beyond the length of their previous deals. Seattle http://www.eaglesauthenticofficial.com/YOUTH+HAROLD+CARMICHAEL+JERSEY will eat more than $5 million in dead money in 2018, just as it did in 2016 after Lynch retired.

Former Cowboys tight end Jason Witten has speculated that Green Bay could be a fit for Bryant, though Aaron Rodgers essentially shot down that idea. Earlier this week, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott threw out New Orleans as a possible landing spot for Bryant.

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The Cowboys released Bryant 68 days ago, and it appears he will remain unemployed for at least a while longer. Bryant, though, doesn’t think that’s a problem.

Jake Arrieta (R), 96 percent, Philadelphia Phillies vs. St. Louis Cardinals: Arrieta’s 1.69 ERA at home will convince many to roll with him, but have you noticed his first three June outings? That 7.98 ERA, 9:5 K:BB and.906 opponents’ OPS looks like the start of a harsh correction of his overachievement to start 2018. The Cardinals are getting Jose Martinez back in the fold this week, which deepens an erratic but often lethal order that should give Arrieta issues.