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#TacleandoLaNFL Fotos del juego entre Bengals vs Cowboys y otras notitas más....

Listed below are the final individual and team preseason leaders in the AFC and NFC.
Rookie running back CHRIS WARREN of the Oakland Raiders was the NFL preseason rushing leader with 292 rushing yards. Rookie wide receiver JAVON WIMS of the Chicago Bears led the league in receiving yards with 227. The leading passer was Cincinnati Bengals quarterback ANDY DALTON with a 130.9 passer rating.
The Carolina Panthers finished the 2018 preseason with the top-ranked offense, averaging 373.3 yards per game. The New Orleans Saints led the league in total defense, allowing 216 yards per game on average.


Touchdowns4 tied, AFC3 Total OffenseCarolina, NFC373.3
 2 tied, NFC3  Cincinnati, AFC364.5
Rushing YardsWarren, Oak., AFC (R)292 PointsBaltimore, AFC127
 Nall, Chi., NFC (R)223 
Chicago, NFC121
Rushing TDs2 tied, AFC3 Rushing Yds.Baltimore, AFC159.0
 Kelly, LAR, NFC (R)3 Per GameNew Orleans, NFC155.0
Longest Run Etling, NE, AFC (R)86t Rushing TDsNew Orleans, NFC8
from ScrimmageMcCaffrey, Car., NFC71t 
Jacksonville, AFC7
Passer RatingDalton, Cin., AFC130.9 Pass AttemptsChicago, NFC189
 Winston, TB, NFC126.9 
Miami, AFC165
Passing YardsBray, Chi., NFC652 CompletionsChicago, NFC121
 Mayfield, Cle., AFC (R)501 
Miami, AFC106
Passing TDs3 tied, NFC5 Passing YardsTampa Bay, NFC284.5
 4 tied, AFC4 Per GameKansas City, AFC274.0
Receptions3 tied, NFC16 Passing TDsPittsburgh, AFC9
 Hill, KC, AFC14 
Green Bay, NFC8
Receiving YardsWims, Chi., NFC (R)227 Fewest SacksCincinnati, AFC3
 Hill, KC, AFC182 Allowed3 tied, NFC6
Receiving TDsHatcher, Oak., AFC3 Most 2-PointNew Orleans, NFC3
 Frazier, Car., Car3 Conversions2 tied, AFC3
Longest Rec.Kumerow, GB, NFC82t Total DefenseNew Orleans, NFC216.0

Smith-Schuster, Pit., AFC71t 
Baltimore, AFC265.0

Punt Return

McKenzie, Den., AFC

Pts. Allowed/Game

Cleveland, AFC

AveragePowell, Det., NFC (R)15.7  New Orleans, NFC11.8

Kickoff Return Tate, NO, NFC33.0 Rushing Yds.Tennessee, AFC77.5
AverageLangley, Den., AFC27.7 Allowed/GameNew Orleans, NFC79.3
Punting AverageKoch, Bal., AFC51.6 Rushing TDs2 tied, AFC0
 Martin, Det., NFC51.2 AllowedPhiladelphia, NFC1
PointsParkey, Chi., NFC37 Passing YardsNew Orleans, NFC136.8
 2 tied, AFC35 Allowed/GameJacksonville, AFC156.0
Field Goals2 tied, AFC9 Passing TDs2 tied, AFC1
 Parkey, Chi., NFC8 Allowed3 tied, NFC2
Interceptions4 tied, AFC2 InterceptionsBaltimore, AFC9
 3 tied, NFC2  Arizona, NFC7
SacksRidgeway, Ind., AFC4 SacksBaltimore, AFC21

2 tied, NFC4 
Chicago, NFC20

*(R) - Rookie

'Philly Special' and 'America's Game' Premiere Wednesday, September 5 on NFL Network

'Philly Special: Doug Pederson and the 2017 Eagles' Premieres at 8:00 PM ET​
'America's Game: 2017 Eagles' Premieres at 9:00 PM ET
The night before the 2018 NFL regular season kicks off, NFL Network celebrates the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles. On Wednesday, September 5Philly Special: Doug Pederson and the 2017 Eagles premieres at 8:00 PM ET, followed by America's Game: 2017 Eagles at 9:00 PM ET.

Philly Special: Doug Pederson and the 2017 Eagles
At 8:00 PM ETPhilly Special: Doug Pederson and the 2017 Eagles airs on NFL Network, providing a behind-the-scenes look at some of the biggest moments and decisions that led to the Eagles' first Super Bowl championship in franchise history. Building off of the success of 2015's Do Your Job: Bill Belichick and the 2014 Patriots, 2016's Worth the Wait: Gary Kubiak and the 2015 Denver Broncos and 2017's Do Your Job Part II, this year's edition features sitdown interviews with Eagles head coach Doug Pederson, owner Jeffrey Lurie, general manager Howie Roseman and others. 
Narrated by Philadelphia native and Tony Award-winning actor Leslie Odom Jr., the hour-long show tells the story of the 2017 season from the coaches' perspectives, providing insight on a variety of decisions that were made throughout the year regarding personnel, game-planning and in-game adjustments, as well as how the team overcame injuries and the "underdog" label to defeat Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.
Among the topics discussed in Philly Special include:
  • The hiring of Doug Pederson as head coach and the selection of Carson Wentz with the number two overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft
  • How Philadelphia Eagles players approached Pederson about the team's play-calling following the Week 2 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs and the impact it had in a season-defining win over the New York Giants in Week 3
  • The confidence the team had in backup quarterback Nick Foles and how the coaching staff adjusted the offense to fit his strengths
  • Coaching insight on Super Bowl LII plays such as the Philly Special, the game-winning touchdown by Zach Ertz and the fourth quarter sack of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady 
The following Eagles personnel were interviewed for Philly Special:
  • Jeffrey Lurie – Owner
  • Doug Pederson – Head Coach
  • Howie Roseman – General Manager
  • Frank Reich – Offensive Coordinator 
  • Jim Schwartz – Defensive Coordinator 
  • John DeFilippo – Quarterbacks Coach
  • Duce Staley – Running Backs Coach
  • Mike Groh – Wide Receivers Coach
  • Jeff Stoutland – Offensive Line Coach
  • Justin Peelle – Tight Ends Coach
  • Dave Fipp – Special Teams Coordinator 
  • Cory Undlin – Defensive Backs Coach
  • Chris Wilson – Defensive Line Coach
  • Ken Flajole – Linebackers Coach
  • Tim Hauck – Safeties Coach
Provided below are select quotes from Philly Special:
"My message to the team was about finish. The whole theme of the season was ownership. So, if we're ever in that moment, let's own the moment and let's finish the game." – Doug Pederson on the message to the team the night before Super Bowl LII
"That was really a snapshot of who Doug was all year." – Frank Reich on the Philly Special 
"It reminded me of what they said when we hired Andy Reid: the worst coaching hire, he never really called the plays, what were they thinking?" – Jeffrey Lurie on the hiring of Doug Pederson as head coach
"It's not 'My Way or the Highway' philosophy – it's a collaborative effort. It always has been, always will be." – Doug Pederson on his coaching philosophy 
"I was like, 'Oh my gosh, the MVP of the National Football League just went down.' We clinched the NFC East that night – it was a somber locker room, it was a little bit of a somber plane ride home. Inside in my gut, I was crushed." – John DeFilippo on Carson Wentz's season-ending injury
"It was like the collective football world had completely written off the Philadelphia Eagles. I'm sure there were maybe one or two people who believed but I'm not sure about that. I think it was 100 percent the Eagles were finished." – Frank Reich on the perception of the Eagles following Carson Wentz's injury

America's Game: 2017 Eagles
At 9:00 PM ETAmerica's Game: 2017 Eagles premieres, featuring in-depth interviews with Carson WentzNick FolesBrandon Graham and LeGarrette Blount telling the story of the Super Bowl LII champion Philadelphia Eagles.
Narrated by actor and Philadelphia native, David BoreanazAmerica's Game delves deep into the Eagles' championship season. In the hour-long show, Wentz, Foles, Graham and Blount recount the season in their own words, concluding with the franchise's first Super Bowl victory.
This year's edition of America's Game is the 52nd episode of the long-running special which celebrates the Super Bowl champions.
Provided below are select quotes from America's Game: 2017 Eagles:
"Playing in this city, I think you do feel that extra burden, that extra responsibility but I think you embrace it. You know how hungry they had been for a Super Bowl." – Carson Wentz
"Love just means you care for one another unconditionally. You have no hidden agenda, you really want what's best for the person next to you, and with that you can do amazing things." – Nick Foles
"He was a big part of why I wanted to go there. I wanted to play with Carson Wentz…I can't put him in front of Tom [Brady] right now, but he definitely has the potential to be in that elite class of quarterbacks that have played in this league." – LeGarrette Blount
"One of my favorite things about Coach Pederson as a play-caller is just his aggressiveness. As a quarterback and as a player that plays for him, that gives us confidence. It just showed throughout the playoffs, in those big moments he didn't back down." – Carson Wentz
"It was perfect. The way things ended there was not to my liking. I had told them how bad I wanted to be there and how much I wanted to stay there and I didn't want to leave. They couldn't get a deal done for me. I just feel like they didn't respect me at all." – LeGarrette Blount on facing his former team, the New England Patriots, in Super Bowl LII
"When I knocked that ball out and I put it on the ground and I saw Derek Barnett pick it up, the first thing I thought about was we won the game for Philly. It was like heaven on earth." – Brandon Graham

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La NFL contrata 24 Oficiales de tiempo completo
La NFL contrató 24 árbitros de tiempo completo de entre su actual plantilla de 122 oficiales, informaron en conjunto hoy la NFL y la Asociación de árbitros de la NFL (NFLRA, NFL Referís Association).

Los 24 oficiales de tiempo completo, número que creció de los 21 en la temporada inaugural del programa, en 2017, provienen de las siete posiciones de árbitros dentro de terreno de juego y representan una iniciativa colaborativa tendiente a promover el objetivo en común de mejorar cada aspecto del arbitraje en la NFL.

En un esfuerzo por mejorar la consistencia, eficiencia y certeza, los oficiales de tiempo completo trabajarán a lo largo del año calendario en la preparación de los partidos, y también en su administración, analizando tendencias actuales en los juegos, comunicándose con los clubes, y asistiendo en la tarea de asegurar que exista una fuente de información calificada para los futuros árbitros.

"Trabajar con los oficiales de tiempo completo la temporada pasada fue extremadamente beneficioso", explicó el vicepresidente de arbitraje senior de la NFL ALBERTO RIVERÓN. "Su presencia mejoró notablemente la comunicación con los clubes. Nuestro objetico colectivo es lograr un impacto positivo en el arbitraje de la NFL en general, y esta iniciativa fue factor importante para nosotros en ese esfuerzo."

"Apoyamos la idea de proveer a nuestros miembros la oportunidad de voluntariamente comprometer tiempo adicional por compensación adicional al arbitraje de la NFL, especialmente entre temporadas", dijo el director ejecutivo de la NFLRA SCOTT GREEN. "Este programa es el resultado de discusiones y planeamiento extensivos, y la NFLRA procura continuar apoyando el programa en este segundo año."

Un vistazo al listado de 24 oficiales de tiempo completo, por posición:

Nro.NombrePos.UniversidadExperiencia en la NFL 
(incluyendo 2018)
122Brad AllenReferíPembroke State5
66Walt AndersonReferíTexas23
23Jerome BogerReferíMorehouse15
135Pete MorelliReferíSt. Mary's22
132John ParryReferíPurdue19
11Fred BryanUmpireNorthern Iowa10
81Roy EllisonUmpireSavannah State16
115Tony MichalekUmpireIndiana17
124Carl PaganelliUmpireMichigan State20
134Ed CampJuez de intentosWilliam Paterson19
59Rusty BaynesJuez de líneaAuburn-Montgomery9
32Jeff BergmanJuez de líneaRobert Morris27
10Julian MappJuez de líneaGrambling State10
9Mark PerlmanJuez de líneaSalem18
84Mark SteinkerchnerJuez de líneaAkron25
97Tom HillJuez de campoCarson Newman20
41Boris CheekJuez de bandaMorgan State23
88Brad FreemanJuez de bandaMississippi State5
120Jonah MonroeJuez de bandaArkansas4
1Scott NovakJuez de bandaPhoenix5
133Steve FreemanJuez de fondoMississippi State18
78Greg MeyerJuez de fondoTexas Christian17
111Terrence MilesJuez de fondoArizona State11
12Greg SteedJuez de fondoHoward16

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The National Football League named marketing veteran TIM ELLIS its Chief Marketing Officer, it was announced today by Maryann Turcke, the NFL's Chief Operating Officer.
Ellis, who has more than 25 years in the industry and has generated award-winning marketing campaigns in the U.S. and Europe, will be based at the league headquarters in New York and report to Turcke.
Ellis joins the NFL after spending seven years serving as the Chief Marketing Officer of Activision Blizzard Inc., one of the world's most successful interactive entertainment companies
In his new role, effective September 17, Ellis will be responsible for all aspects of the NFL's marketing organization and will directly oversee research, content development, consumer engagement, advertising, promotions, marketing operations, and branding.
"We are excited to welcome Tim to the NFL family," said Turcke. "Tim's marketing innovation experience with reaching new audiences via emerging platforms, and driving engagement using creative storytelling will further strengthen the NFL brand. As a lifelong football fan, we know Tim is ecstatic about the opportunity to work with our internal teams and partners in building world-class marketing programs that will excite and reward our core audiences, as well as attract and engage future fans."
"I couldn't be more excited to lead the marketing program for the NFL," said Ellis.  "For me, football has always been the greatest game on earth, and I'm thrilled and honored to have the opportunity to work with them."
While at Activision, Ellis led the company's innovative global marketing strategies and programs for its video game titles and drove its launch campaigns for its most successful gaming franchises.
Prior to Activision, Ellis spent most of the previous decade in global marketing executive roles at Volkswagen America and Volvo.
Ellis has been recognized for his innovative marketing and advertising campaigns. He has received the Adweek Brand Genius Award, the Grand Effie Award for the most effective campaign in the U.S., and the Cannes Lions Titanium award. While at Volkswagen, Ellis was responsible for the highly acclaimed Super Bowl ad "The Force," which was chosen as the 2011 "Ad of the Year" by Adweek.
A graduate of San Diego State, Ellis holds BA degrees in journalism and advertising.​

NFL Network Adds Reporters Mike Giardi and MJ Acosta

Giardi Based in Boston to Cover the New England Patriots​
Acosta Based in Bay Area to Cover the San Francisco 49ers & Oakland Raiders
Television reporters Mike Giardi and MJ Acosta have joined NFL Network, it was announced today. Both will contribute to NFL Network shows such as NFL Total AccessNFL GameDay Morning and NFL Up to the Minute, with Giardi based in Boston to cover the New England Patriots and Acosta based in the Bay Area to cover the San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders.
Giardi (@MikeGiardi) joins NFL Network from NBC Sports Boston, where he served as the primary Patriots beat reporter contributing coverage both on television and digitally. Additionally, Giardi served as the host of Monday Night Patriots on NBC Sports Boston since 2014, a show which consistently was one of the highest-rated on the network.
Prior to joining NBC Sports Boston in 2009, Giardi covered Boston sports for New England Cable News for nine years. Giardi's work in Boston also includes contributions to 98.5 The Sports Hub and WEEI Radio.
Giardi graduated from Trinity College with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature/Classical Tradition, and received a Master's Degree in Broadcast Journalism from Boston University.
Acosta (@MJAcostaTV) joins NFL Network from NBC 7 and Telemundo 20 in San Diego where she covered the Chargers for three seasons as the lead sports anchor. Prior to joining NBC 7 and Telemundo, Acosta spent three years as a reporter for WPLG in Miami and Fort Lauderdale, covering sports, entertainment and breaking news.
Acosta's work also includes co-hosting NBC's Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge for two seasons.
A former Miami Dolphins cheerleader and bilingual in English and Spanish, Acosta graduated from Barry University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications.

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