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April 4, 2020

President Donald Trump believes football season will continue as scheduled (fans included)

Jack Pilgrim 3:30pm April 4, 2020 4/4/20 Comments Disabled

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In a conference call with major league sports commissioners this afternoon, President Donald Trump said that as of today, he expects football season to continue as scheduled this fall. According to a report by Adam Schefter and Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Trump said he believes the NFL season should begin on time in September, with…

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March 29, 2020

ESPN’s Todd McShay on Lynn Bowden: “He’s today’s NFL guy”

Maggie Davis 7:00pm March 29, 2020 3/29/20

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Mark Stoops believes Lynn Bowden’s film will speak for itself come the late-April NFL Draft, and Kentucky’s head coach doubts the COVID-19 outbreak – which has resulted in major changes to the Draft process – will truly hinder the former Wildcat. Now, analysts on the national level are starting to agree. With no Pro Day,…

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March 22, 2020

WATCH: Bud Dupree reflects on his time at Kentucky: “All in all, it’s a family”

Maggie Davis 8:00pm March 22, 2020 3/22/20 Comments Disabled

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Bud Dupree may be lighting up the NFL with the Pittsburg Steelers, but he still credits much of his success to his time at the University of Kentucky, citing the program’s family-like atmosphere and the team’s “real-life” battles. “We were going through a lot of ups and downs, a lot of adversity, but it just…

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March 17, 2020

Randall Cobb signs three-year deal with Houston Texans

Drew Franklin 8:45am March 17, 2020 3/17/20

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Randall Cobb will suit up for a new team, his third, in his tenth season in the National Football League. The former Kentucky Wildcat will join the Houston Texans on a three-year deal worth $27 million, a nice payday for the veteran wide receiver who saw a resurgence in his statistics last season as a…

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March 16, 2020

NFL Draft Closes to the Public but Picks will still be Televised April 23-25

Nick Roush 11:33am March 16, 2020 3/16/20

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In 2019 Josh Allen took center stage in front of thousands in Nashville shortly after Roger Goodell announced the Jacksonville Jaguars’ selection at seventh overall. This year’s group of talented prospects will not share a similar experience. Monday morning the NFL announced it has canceled all public NFL Draft events that were set to take…

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Bud Dupree officially receives franchise tag with Pittsburgh Steelers

Jack Pilgrim 10:30am March 16, 2020 3/16/20 Comments Disabled

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Former Kentucky pass-rusher Bud Dupree will officially remain a Pittsburgh Steeler for at least one more year. This morning, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network broke the news that the Steelers had officially placed the franchise tag on Dupree, a deal that will keep him in Pittsburgh for one more year while they negotiate a…

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March 14, 2020

The NFL should cancel its season… if someone doesn’t sign Austin MacGinnis

Drew Franklin 7:30pm March 14, 2020 3/14/20

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Austin MacGinnis was perfect in the XFL before the start-up pro football league closed its doors for the remainder of the season due to the coronavirus pandemic. MacGinnis, his Dallas Renegades teammates and players from the seven other league teams have all gone their separate ways after exit physicals and unexpected goodbyes on Friday. The…

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March 13, 2020

Danny Trevathan agrees to three-year extension with Chicago Bears

Jack Pilgrim 6:00pm March 13, 2020 3/13/20

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Former Kentucky linebacker Danny Trevathan just got paid. On Thursday evening, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network broke the news that Trevathan had agreed to a three-year extension with the Chicago Bears. Sources: The #Bears have agreed to terms with LB and team leader Danny Trevathan on a 3-year extension. Some work before the league…

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March 7, 2020

Josh Allen welcomes second baby boy: “My love just got a little deeper”

Maggie Davis 9:00pm March 7, 2020 3/7/20

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Congratulations are in order for Josh Allen and his wife, Kaitlyn Morrison-Allen, who have just welcomed their second baby boy into the world. The former Wildcat announced the news on Instagram Saturday afternoon, captioning the growing family photo with the caption “My love just got a little deeper.”   View this post on Instagram  …

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March 3, 2020

Hal Mumme breaks leg mid-game, coaches remaining 2.5 quarters

Jack Pilgrim 4:30pm March 3, 2020 3/3/20

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Former Kentucky football head coach and current Dallas Renegades offensive coordinator Hal Mumme can be described as plenty of things, but soft isn’t one of them. In fact, he’ll be the first to tell you the exact opposite. During the Renegades’ game on Sunday afternoon, Mumme was knocked down by his own player on the…

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April 4, 2020

President Donald Trump believes football season will continue as scheduled (fans included)

Jack Pilgrim 3:30pm April 4, 2020 4/4/20 Comments Disabled

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In a conference call with major league sports commissioners this afternoon, President Donald Trump said that as of today, he expects football season to continue as scheduled this fall. According to a report by Adam Schefter and Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Trump said he believes the NFL season should begin on time in September, with…

Read More

March 29, 2020

ESPN’s Todd McShay on Lynn Bowden: “He’s today’s NFL guy”

Maggie Davis 7:00pm March 29, 2020 3/29/20

3 categories

2 tags

Mark Stoops believes Lynn Bowden’s film will speak for itself come the late-April NFL Draft, and Kentucky’s head coach doubts the COVID-19 outbreak – which has resulted in major changes to the Draft process – will truly hinder the former Wildcat. Now, analysts on the national level are starting to agree. With no Pro Day,…

Read More

March 22, 2020

WATCH: Bud Dupree reflects on his time at Kentucky: “All in all, it’s a family”

Maggie Davis 8:00pm March 22, 2020 3/22/20 Comments Disabled

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Bud Dupree may be lighting up the NFL with the Pittsburg Steelers, but he still credits much of his success to his time at the University of Kentucky, citing the program’s family-like atmosphere and the team’s “real-life” battles. “We were going through a lot of ups and downs, a lot of adversity, but it just…

Read More

March 17, 2020

Randall Cobb signs three-year deal with Houston Texans

Drew Franklin 8:45am March 17, 2020 3/17/20

2 categories

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Randall Cobb will suit up for a new team, his third, in his tenth season in the National Football League. The former Kentucky Wildcat will join the Houston Texans on a three-year deal worth $27 million, a nice payday for the veteran wide receiver who saw a resurgence in his statistics last season as a…

Read More

March 16, 2020

NFL Draft Closes to the Public but Picks will still be Televised April 23-25

Nick Roush 11:33am March 16, 2020 3/16/20

4 categories

2 tags

In 2019 Josh Allen took center stage in front of thousands in Nashville shortly after Roger Goodell announced the Jacksonville Jaguars’ selection at seventh overall. This year’s group of talented prospects will not share a similar experience. Monday morning the NFL announced it has canceled all public NFL Draft events that were set to take…

Read More

Bud Dupree officially receives franchise tag with Pittsburgh Steelers

Jack Pilgrim 10:30am March 16, 2020 3/16/20 Comments Disabled

2 categories

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Former Kentucky pass-rusher Bud Dupree will officially remain a Pittsburgh Steeler for at least one more year. This morning, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network broke the news that the Steelers had officially placed the franchise tag on Dupree, a deal that will keep him in Pittsburgh for one more year while they negotiate a…

Read More

March 14, 2020

The NFL should cancel its season… if someone doesn’t sign Austin MacGinnis

Drew Franklin 7:30pm March 14, 2020 3/14/20

2 categories

3 tags

Austin MacGinnis was perfect in the XFL before the start-up pro football league closed its doors for the remainder of the season due to the coronavirus pandemic. MacGinnis, his Dallas Renegades teammates and players from the seven other league teams have all gone their separate ways after exit physicals and unexpected goodbyes on Friday. The…

Read More

March 13, 2020

Danny Trevathan agrees to three-year extension with Chicago Bears

Jack Pilgrim 6:00pm March 13, 2020 3/13/20

3 categories

2 tags

Former Kentucky linebacker Danny Trevathan just got paid. On Thursday evening, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network broke the news that Trevathan had agreed to a three-year extension with the Chicago Bears. Sources: The #Bears have agreed to terms with LB and team leader Danny Trevathan on a 3-year extension. Some work before the league…

Read More

March 7, 2020

Josh Allen welcomes second baby boy: “My love just got a little deeper”

Maggie Davis 9:00pm March 7, 2020 3/7/20

2 categories

0 tags

Congratulations are in order for Josh Allen and his wife, Kaitlyn Morrison-Allen, who have just welcomed their second baby boy into the world. The former Wildcat announced the news on Instagram Saturday afternoon, captioning the growing family photo with the caption “My love just got a little deeper.”   View this post on Instagram  …

Read More

March 3, 2020

Hal Mumme breaks leg mid-game, coaches remaining 2.5 quarters

Jack Pilgrim 4:30pm March 3, 2020 3/3/20

3 categories

2 tags

Former Kentucky football head coach and current Dallas Renegades offensive coordinator Hal Mumme can be described as plenty of things, but soft isn’t one of them. In fact, he’ll be the first to tell you the exact opposite. During the Renegades’ game on Sunday afternoon, Mumme was knocked down by his own player on the…

Read More