Retired wide receiver Anquan Boldin has expressed interest in playing again and the Buffalo Bills have given his agent permission to explore trades with other teams.
Boldin, 37, has spent parts of the past two years on Capitol Hill fighting for criminal justice reform. He has teamed with current Philadelphia Eagle Malcolm Jenkins in trips to Washington to speak with members of Congress, to push a social media campaign for the Clean Slate Act and to help organize a players coalition of approximately 40 players who perform community work on a grassroots level.
This was not a rematch of Super Bowl 51, both teams insisted before Sunday night’s Patriots-Falcons game.
“Given the sensitivity of this matter, confidentiality of the program and Randy’s privacy, I am unable to comment,” Moskowitz said. “However, I will confirm Randy has every intention of getting back on the football field.”
Despite the high price tag and the fact that Aston Martin is only making 12 cars, executives at the British company feel that signing Brady was a good move.
“This car touches people through a voice in Tom that they understand,” Reichman said. “He speaks English in an American’s English, and he’s telling the world why he loves our product. It’s as simple as that.”
Brady’s deal does not include a car, so he’d have to buy one himself.
Smith is the Jaguars’ leading tackler (58) this season and has two interceptions, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.
Wide receiver Allen Robinson, who suffered a season-ending torn ACL in the season opener, is now the Jaguars’ top priority. Wideout Marqise Lee and cornerback Aaron Colvin also are 2014 draft picks whose contracts expire after the 2017 season.