Last week in Orlando, former quarterback and current ESPN analyst Matt Hasselbeck revealed that Keenan Allen is Randy Moss' favorite NFL wide receiver:
I work with Randy Moss, and Keenan Allen is I think Randy Moss' favorite wide receiver to talk about, watch (and) find highlights of.
Well, the pair met up, and according to KA13, it was legendary.
Chargers' nominee, Crenshaw Football Head Coach Robert Garrett was named the NFL Don Shula High School Coach of the Year. Fun fact, Garrett was the high school coach of both Brandon Mebane and Hayes Pullard. After the news was announced, number 92 took to Instagram to congratulate his former coach on the honor.
And speaking of Mebane, ESPN's Eric Williams talked with the nose tackle about the keys to beating Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. After all, Mebane was a part of the Seattle Seahawks team that lost Super Bowl XLIX 28-24 to those Pats due to Malcolm Butler picking Russell Wilson off at the goal line with 26 seconds left in the game. So, what's the key to beating the Patriots? Do what the Seahawks failed to do three years ago:
You have to run the ball against New England," Mebane said. "You have to find a way to get those running lanes going. You have to keep New England's offense off the field.
Now that it's the offseason, many players use this period of time to get away for a bit. Enter Jahleel Addae. The safety enjoyed his birthday and a vacation in Hawaii last week.