Justin Cox the Mississippi State safety will not be available this week after he was arrested.
The off-campus incident occurred early Friday morning at an apartment complex, where Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Department officers responded to a call at about 3 a.m. and discovered a female victim with a head injury, according to the Starkville Daily News.
Cox was arrested at the scene and booked into the Oktibbeha County Jail, according to NFL.com’s Chase Goodbread.
Cox, a junior college transfer in his second year at MSU, has appeared in nine games this season, making 21 tackles, an interception and four pass breakups.
Jordan Cameron has missed three consecutive games due to a concussion. The Browns standout tight end in 2013, has been horrible this year, and unfortunately he will miss his fourth consecutive game.
A week ago, Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine didn’t know if concussion issues would allow Jordan Cameron to play again this season. The tight end returned to practice Friday after missing the last three games.
Per the NFL’s concussion protocol, graduating to practice doesn’t necessarily mean that Cameron has been cleared for contact or game action, and The Plain Dealer reported that the pass-catcher has still been ruled out for Sunday’s bout with the Atlanta Falcons.
This is not a very good thing, because Cameron is missing a lot of time for a concussion. Meaning the tight end might not be passing the tests. If you remember correctly, Jahvid Best the former Lions running back had to call it quits early because he could not pass the tests. Hopefully that is not the case for Cameron but it is not looking good.
Derek Carr pulled off his first victory as an NFL quarterback last night, and his teammates were excited. James Jones, who scored the game winning touchdown was on NFL AM this morning and talked up his rookie quarterback by saying he is mature.
“Carr’s an unbelievable leader,” the receiver said. “He’s one of those young guys that acts like he’s 30 already. He has a great feel for the team, great feel for the game. He’s gonna be a special player.”
Jones went on to talk about his first meetings with Carr, and called him Mini Aaron Rodgers.
“When I was in Green Bay, and he was at Fresno State, my receivers coach, Keith Williams, used to coach at Fresno State, so I always used to go there to train,” Jones explained. “And I used to catch balls from Derek, and worked out with Derek, and I started calling him ‘Baby Aa-Rod’ at Fresno State. This kid has all the potential in the world to be a special player, so I’m glad we finally got him on the winning side last night.”
The Lone Ranger actor Armie Hammer stands at 6’5, and weighs 200 pounds, but wanted to spar with former NFL linebacker Shawne Merriman according to TMZ Sports. Hammer and Merriman both train at Unbreakable Performance a gym in Los Angeles.
According to TMZ, the 28-year-old British star asked professional American football athlete Shawne Merriman, who used to play for the San Diego Chargers, to spar with him.
It’s claimed Armie has been training at Unbreakable Performance with owner Jay Glazer of Fox Sports for several months now.
Apparently Armie felt ready to spar with Shawne, who is 6’4” and 280lbs, this week and everyone at the gym was elated about the match.
We do not know who won the sparring match, but at the end of the day, with that shiner I would say Armie didn’t win….
Chris Hogan has become a very good slot receiver for the Bills after an amazing college career, that included lacrosse and football. The former Monmouth wide out named 7/11 because he is always open, was getting bored sitting at home.
So the former small school wide out packed up and walked to Ralph Wilson Jr. Stadium.
Chris Hogan @ChrisHogs Still snowed in! Walking to the stadium
Hogan made it before the plane is expected to leave. I know he is happy…
Finally back at one bills drive! Feels good to get out of the house!
Markus Wheaton the wide receiver from the Pittsburgh Steelers is giving back this Thanksgiving. Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver and former Mountain Pointe High School star Markus Wheaton is giving away about 200 turkeys to families who visit First Food Bank’s mobile pantry at South Mountain Community College.Pretty awesome gesture by the young wide receiver. People need food during these amazing holidays. This is what it is all about.