Sport Only these 8 NFL quarterbacks drafted No.1 overall won a Super Bowl ring
Why the Jets Dealt Darnold and the Search for Their Next QB
Plus, the offseason’s five biggest takeaways, lessons from the QBs who did pan out, and more. The Jets’ separation from the quarterback they took third overall in 2018 didn’t happen overnight. Sam Darnold had to go through the second coaching firing of his short career first, then wait for his team to find a replacement for Adam Gase and complete a quarterback evaluation process that, thanks to circumstances created by COVID-19, took at least a month longer than it otherwise might have.
Thefamily has lost one of the original, 1970’s roster members, Shaler Halimon. The guard-forward played 79 games for the Blazers in their inaugural, 1970-71 season.
The Trail Blazers organization mourns the loss of Shaler Halimon, an original Trail Blazer ❤️— Portland Trail Blazers (@trailblazers)
The team released this statement:
The Trail Blazers organization is mourning the loss of former Trail Blazer Shaler Halimon. Shaler was an original members of Portland’s inaugural 1970-71 team. While his time playing for the Trail Blazers was brief, he made a lasting impact on Rip City and ultimately called Oregon home once his NBA career concluded — and became a widely beloved driver for Oregon’s TriMet public transportation system. Shaler has been a proud member of the Trail Blazers Alumni Program for many years, promoting the good will of the Trail Blazers organization across Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. We extend our heartfelt condolences to Shaler’s family and loved ones.
Born March 30th, 1945, Halimon was 76 years of age when he passed.
Blazer’s Edge offers thanks to Shaler Halimon and condolences to his family and all those who knew him.
Cowboys split on which cornerback to select with 10th pick .
While it’s always important to take pre-draft news with a grain of salt, that the Cowboys have generally hinted at their first-round selection days before the draft. The reporter details how the Cowboys have narrowed their focus on a specific first-rounder each year since 2015, with the one exception being last year when CeeDee Lamb unexpectedly fell.One thing is for sure: The Cowboys won’t be trading up from No. 10.