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Demar Dotson returned to the practice field three weeks ago and to the Buccaneers' active roster on Monday. He will not be returning immediately to the starting lineup, however.
The Indianapolis Colts have released Gosder Cherilus, who struggled with multiple injuries last season. ESPN reported the development, stating that the Colts tried to restructure Cherilus' deal before they released the right tackle, who started 29 games with the Colts but missed the final two weeks of the 2014 regular season and the playoffs.
With the offseason fully underway, we are already deeply embedded in the season of speculation. Though how a player does on a particular practice day in May likely doesn't mean much for what happens in the regular season, we'll take any news we can at this point. This, of course, is still much more preferred to the actual breaking news that does happen during the offseason, which usually consists
Fisher could step in at left tackle, allowing the Lions to move Riley Reiff to the right side.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indianapolis Colts placed starting right tackle Gosder Cherilus on injured reserve Wednesday, four days before their playoff opener against Cincinnati. Cherilus had been one of Indianapolis' most consistent run blockers and pass protectors until dealing with a series of injuries. The most recent, a ...
The Colts have lost one of their starting offensive linemen for the season. Indianapolis put right tackle Gosder Cherilus on injured reserve Wednesday, the team said. He has missed the last two games with a groin ailment. The 30-year-old Cherilus has been the Colts’ starter on the right side since joining the team in free…
After trading the 111th overall pick Friday to move up for linebacker Kyle Van Noy, the Lions used their two compensatory picks on Utah State cornerback Nevin Lawson, 133rd overall, and Bloomsburg defensive end Larry Webster, 136th overall.
With the Indianapolis Colts' final roster cuts being announced Saturday evening, we can begin to get a better look at what the team's game-day roster will look like. Now comes the time where optimism reigns supreme. The team has clearly improved its roster in the offseason, there's potential across the board and any unexpected failures have yet to rear their heads. But how strong is th
'So I think it's probably a Ziggy Ansah conversation, maybe Dion Jordan (when the Lions are on the clock). If all three tackles are gone, that's where I think they have to go.'
Gosder Cherilus, who anchored the right side of the offensive line since the Lions took him in the first round out of Boston College five years ago, agreed to terms at the start of free agency today with the Indianapolis Colts, the team announced.
Reid Fragel liked Michigan. He really liked Lloyd Carr. Then Carr retired, and Fragel, from Gross Isle, didn't click with Rich Rodriguez. So he became a Buckeye.
As February flies by, March is right around the corner, which means that we are inching closer and closer to free agency.Free agency is a great time for NFL fans who all are hoping their team lands a big-time player. For the San Diego Chargers free agency provides a chance to fill holes and add depth at many positions before the 2013 NFL Draft. Although new Chargers general manger Tom Telesco has
One player on the Detroit Lions roster who has been consistently panned in the last few years and blamed for the offensive line's poor play is Gosder Cherilus, and this has to be the main reason why almost all Lions fans are unanimous in not wanting him re-signed despite his pedigree and age (he is only 28).However, I strongly disagree, and think that along with Chris Houston he is one of the
Central Michigan's Eric Fisher was terrific during the North team's opening practice Monday, then completely dominated on Day 2. There's a growing buzz among scouts and analysts about just how good he is.
Lions defensive end Cliff Avril used the word "great" to describe his team Sunday. It was annoying because great is one of the last words you&aposd think of when describing the Lions.