Veteran RB DeAngelo Williams: I only care about Super Bowl

Whether you’re a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers or not, you’ll love their running back DeAngelo Williams.

DeAngelo Williams

Williams, the NFL’s oldest running back, gobbled up 94 yards on 32 carries as the Steelers knocked off the division rival Cincinnati Bengals. The 33-year-old veteran has 303 yards from scrimmage (237 rushing; 66 receiving) and three scores, and last season he completed 204 yards with the team lacking main running back.

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This season, Williams got a chance to start as the Steelers starting running back Le’Veon Bell will miss the first three games due to suspension. After led the team beat the Cincinnati Tigers on Sunday, Williams unwilling to hear views about his ability far away from the backup running back.

“No! I am an insurance policy,” Williams said. “I’m driving the car till L-Bell gets back. I’m trying to keep us in good position till he gets back. That’s good with me. When I came here, I came here to win a Super Bowl. That’s the only thing I care about.”

Williams may lead the league running table next week, and he will return the task to Bell after the fourth week games.

Patriots defensive end Ninkovic is banned for four games

The New England Patriots defensive end Rob Ninkovich ushered in a bad start of his new season. Ninkovich admitted to face four games suspensions after failed a drugs test.

Ninkovic felt regret for the suspension, and the defensive end / outside linebacker will return to the game until the fifth week game against the Cleveland Browns.

Rob Ninkovich

Even if Ninkovic has not been banned in the early season, the Patriots also could not expect Ninkovic’s contributions. He was thought to return until October due to the three muscle tear.

As a comprehensive defensive player, Ninkovic got the most playing time among front of the Patriots last season and made 6.5 sacks.

Ninkovich ranked third among the defensive end who most consecutive appearances in the NFL.

But the record ends, Ninkovic must be upset.

Devin Hester trains hard, not ready to retire

Devin Hester has just completed a toe surgery in the off-season after being released by the Atlanta Falcons last month.

Hester, the league’s best kick returner, has not considered retirement and hopes to return again.

Devin Hester
On Wednesday, he posted his photos on Instagram and wrote:” I will eventually kick the ass of those people.” Hester told reporters there are at least 14 NFL teams interested in acquiring him.

While Hester is 33 years old, but he maintains his role as a player well. The team may sign Hester to a non-guaranteed contract, and he will worth the salary as long as he can break out to completes a touchdown one time.

Eli Manning explains why never miss preseason

Preseason seems become dangerous for many players, for safety reasons, Aaron Rodgers and Adrian Peterson tend to stay away from the preseason.

Eli Manning

But Eli Manning does not think so, he insisted play the first preseason game against the New York Giants, the game is not he want, but he feels it need to match.

Manning explained:” “I need to feel the preseason as a quarterback, offseason means a feeling lack of impact for a long time, I’ve not been hit nine months, only the opponent in the race will be blasted to hit me, so I need to fit the rhythm and the game environment in order to prepare for the first week of the tournament. ”

In fact, Manning has not missed a game in his career.

Chicago Bears Starting Center Hroniss Grasu gets a knee cruciate ligament tear

The destructive injuries are an unfortunate part of the preseason, which also subjected the Chicago Bears to a heavy blow.

According to media reports in Chicago, the Bears center Hroniss Grasu got knee cruciate ligament tear when training on Saturday. This center who is the third-round pick in 2015, starting eight games in the last season.

Hroniss Grasu

Bears have been difficult to ensure a strong starting offensive line, they may make Ted Larsen to fill the position. Larsen, 29-year-old, started 26 games for the Arizona Cardinals as the offensive guard in the past two seasons.

Although Larsen offers a quickly solution, so Bears might also try to ues the second-round pick Cody Whitehair to patchwork offensive line.

So this is the situation that the coach John Fox and his colleagues need to face in the future. In the past two offseason, Fox focused on upgrading the defense group to meet their envisaged state.

Michael Bennett proclaims Jay Cutler the ‘worst quarterback in the NFL’

Jay Cutler has never been a good quarterback in the league, and recently, Bennett Brothers referred to this quarterback when took part in a program.

Michael Bennett

In fact, Martellus Bennett has been the partner of Cutler for three seasons, so his brother Michael Bennett told the truth about the quarterback that”Worst quarterback in the NFL” in an interview. Martellus added,“I’d be open and he’d throw into double coverage.”

The another player Bennett Brothers talked about is Sam Bradford, the quarterback of Philadelphia Eagles, who praised as “The greatest quarterback in the NFL”.

It’s a good thing for Martellus to leave Chicago bears, although he can’t start in the New England Patriots, what we can sure is that he must very enjoy the passes of Tom Brady.

Ravens’ Joe Flacco intends to wear knee brace for entire season

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will wear a protective brace on his surgically repaired left knee for all practices and regular-season games.

Flacco, who tore his anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments last November to end his season, will participate in the Ravens’ first practice of training camp Thursday and says he believes proceeding with caution is the best route for him.

“If it helps a little bit, that’s huge,” Flacco said Wednesday of using the brace.

Joe Flacco

This will be only the second time in Flacco’s nine-year career that he will wear a knee brace. He sported one on his left knee for the final two games in 2013 after he mildly sprained his medial collateral ligament.

“I’m not going to leave it up to risk and have something happen, and say, ‘What if?’ ” Flacco said. “I’m going to wear it. There’s no reason not to.”

Flacco who missed the entire offseason program, said Wednesday that his knee felt good after four days of practicing with rookies and injured veterans.

“I was really optimistic the first day I went out there,” Flacco said. “Within a couple of minutes, I forgot about it. Not that it’s going to be like that the whole time — I don’t think. But it was just a really good sign I felt. I felt like it was a good sign as to how I may feel moving forward. We’ll see after weeks at a time on it. But it feels really good standing here today.”

Flacco is certainly in no rush to hurry back this summer.

“The goal is to make sure I’m healthy as possible in the regular season, Game 1,” Flacco said. “I haven’t directly talked to [coach] John [Harbaugh] about it. I’m not ridiculously worried about playing a ton in the preseason. The way our practices are and the way we compete, I’m going to get plenty of work out here. I’ve played in a million games. And to put it at any further risk [and] to get hit in a simple early preseason game probably wouldn’t be the smartest thing.”