During a visit to a youth football camp, Richard Sherman told NFL.com that he wasn’t ruling out Lynch coming back.
“I don’t put anything past him,” Sherman told his former teammate Michael Robinson. “He’s about as predictable as a pair of dice. So I don’t try to call his plays.”
Lynch was emphatic to Sports Illustrated and Showtime that he was, in fact, finished. “No I’m done. I’m done,” he told Jon Wertheim of Sports Illustrated. “I enjoyed my time playing, now it’s time to watch my cousins do their thing.”
His agent, Doug Hendrickson, gave us our first hint of what could have been a possible comeback. “Well, I know, I think if you could write the perfect story as far as the last year of his career, if he played, come back to Oakland, it makes sense right? But the reality is, look, he told me he’s done,” Hendrickson told SI.
Baltimore has an interesting initial choice in the first round — go for either the ace in pass coverage or the gamebreaker in the passing game. Otherwise, the Ravens won’t mind stocking up on another edge rusher. Safety is a position they can fill later.
Tennessee won’t ignore linebacker or defensive line if the Cheap Jerseys Elite right, versatile player is available. But it’s most likely to come away with a corner-wideout combination for immediacy.
The Wings’ third top-10 selection, Davis — a national champion Cheap Jerseys And Snapbacks with the Gamecocks — looks like a solid addition. After averaging 15.8 points per game in the SEC and NCAA tournaments, Davis looks to continue her success with a young and exciting Wings team looking to make its first playoff appearance since moving to Dallas.