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lunes, 6 de agosto de 2018

#TacleandoLaNFL Clase 2018 del Salón de la Fama del Fútbol Americano

NFL Network's 'Inside Training Camp Live' -- Tuesday, August 7

'Inside Training Camp Live' at 10:00 AM ET –
Live On-Location Coverage From Jacksonville Jaguars & Dallas Cowboys Training Camps​
'Good Morning Football' Airs at 7:00 AM ET
NFL Network's Inside Training Camp Live continues Tuesday, August 7 at 10:00 AM ETproviding nine hours of continuous live coverage, featuring Dan HellieMaurice Jones-DrewBrian BaldingerTiffany Blackmon and Judy Battista with the Jacksonville Jaguars, and Colleen WolfeMichael IrvinTerrell Davis and Kurt Warner with the Dallas Cowboys.
Scheduled interviews throughout Inside Training Camp Live on Tuesday include Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles, running back Leonard Fournette, cornerback Jalen Ramsey, linebacker Telvin Smith and defensive tackle Malik Jackson, and Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott.
At 7:00 PM ET NFL Total Access airs with hosts Lindsay Rhodes and Scott Hanson, and analysts David Carr and Elliot Harrison. Former Pro Bowl running back Steven Jackson joins as a guest analyst.
At 8:00 PM ETAmber TheoharisLaDainian Tomlinson and Shaun O'Hara host Training Camp Primetime, a three-hour show recapping all of the day's action with on-location reports, expert analysis and interviews with players and coaches.
At 7:00 AM ETGood Morning Football airs live with Kay AdamsNate BurlesonPeter Schrager and Kyle Brandt.

Coming Up on NFL Network's Inside Training Camp Live Tuesday, August 7
Inside Training Camp Live on Tuesday, August 7 features the following on-location coverage:
  • Dan HellieMaurice Jones-DrewBrian BaldingerTiffany Blackmon Judy Battista – Jacksonville Jaguars 
    • Scheduled interviews with Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles, RB Leonard Fournette, CB Jalen Ramsey, LB Telvin Smith & DT Malik Jackson
  • Colleen WolfeMichael IrvinTerrell Davis & Kurt Warner – Dallas Cowboys 
    • Scheduled interviews with Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott & RB Ezekiel Elliott
  • Mike Garafolo Ian Rapoport – Cleveland Browns 
  • Kimberly Jones – New York Giants
  • James Palmer – Oakland Raiders 
  • Tom Pelissero – Baltimore Ravens-Los Angeles Rams joint practice 
  • Steve Wyche – Atlanta Falcons ​
NFL Network's training camp coverage can be streamed live through the NFL app and via Watch NFL Network on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices tablet (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4 and Roku). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to serves as the landing spot for all of's 2018 training camp coverage, bringing together the latest news, VOD content from NFL Network's Inside Training Camp Live coverage and top-notch analysis from's writers.

Links From Monday's Edition of NFL Network's Inside Training Camp Live
- Baltimore Ravens rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson joins Michael Robinson and Brian Billick on Inside Training Camp Live
Michael Robinson and Brian Billick visit with Baltimore Ravens safety Eric Weddle
- Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff joins Andrew Siciliano and Michael Robinson on Inside Training Camp Live
- Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn joins Rhett Lewis and Terrell Davis on Inside Training Camp Live
Terrell Davis visits with Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen
- How much does Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers have left in the tank? Rhett LewisTerrell Davis and Daniel Jeremiah discuss:
Tom Pelissero goes 1-on-1 with Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel
Tom Pelissero joins from Tennessee to discuss Titans running backs Derrick Henry and Dion Lewis
Kimberly Jones catches up with Buffalo Bills rookie linebacker Tremaine Edmunds
Kimberly Jones joins Inside Training Camp Live with a report on Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen
Jane Slater joins Inside Training Camp Live with a report on Dallas Cowboys tight end Rico Gathers
Ian Rapoport provides the latest regarding Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald's holdout:
- Who are the winners and losers of training camp so far? Gregg Rosenthal provides his thoughts:


The 2019 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon will return to Camping World Stadium in Orlando on Sunday, January 27, 2019 at 3:00 PM ET, the NFL confirmed today. 

As the presenting sponsor, Verizon will be incorporated into numerous elements of Pro Bowl Week’s celebratory events and have a significant presence at Camping World Stadium during the game, including one of a kind experiences for members of the Verizon Up rewards program.

The 2019 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon will be televised on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and simulcast on ABC. Additional distribution on digital and audio platforms to be announced at a later date.

“We’re excited to return to Orlando for the Pro Bowl and to provide the ultimate football and family experience to our fans, players and partners,” said NFL Senior Vice President of Events PETER O’REILLY. “Hosting the event in Orlando has allowed us to expand the Pro Bowl into a week-long festival that celebrates the entire football community. We are thrilled to deepen our partnership with Verizon as the presenting sponsor and look forward to showcasing the NFL’s best alongside the next generation of stars on the Pro Bowl stage.”

Fans in attendance will be presented with a special pre-game opportunity to see the Pro Bowl players as they enter the stadium, bringing them closer than ever to the All-Stars on the field. Family priced sections, concession deals, and “Kid Zone” activities will be available inside the stadium and there will be specific AFC and NFC section seating for fans to cheer for their favorite players. Special prizes will be given out during the game, including a grand prize Super Bowl package to be presented to the Pro Bowl “All-Star Fan” at Camping World Stadium. Fans will also enjoy a post-game fireworks show to cap off the celebration. On the televised broadcast, viewers will be treated to unique player access, featuring mic-ed up players along with social media usage from the sidelines.

Tickets for the 2019 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon will go on sale in the fall. Fans interested in purchasing tickets may register at for presale opportunities. Season Ticket Members for all 32 teams will automatically be included in the presale, and all previous Orlando Pro Bowl ticket buyers will receive priority access to purchase tickets.

"We're thrilled to welcome the NFL Pro Bowl back to our city and Camping World Stadium," said Orlando Mayor BUDDY DYER. "The NFL returning one of its marquee events to our community for the third time solidifies our reputation as one of the premier sports destinations in the nation. Our city has embraced hosting the Pro Bowl and we look forward to welcoming the NFL's best back to Orlando in January."  

The legacy of the 2019 Pro Bowl will extend beyond Camping World Stadium through support from the NFL Foundation as well as additional community events benefitting residents of the surrounding region. Last year, the NFL Foundation provided a Pro Bowl Grant to the City of Orlando to fund multiple Orlando-based revitalization projects. In addition, the players on the winning Pro Bowl team will be eligible to receive a grant from the NFL Foundation to support the high school or youth football programs of their choice.  

"We are delighted that for the third consecutive year, the NFL Pro Bowl has chosen to return to Central Florida,” said Orange County Mayor TERESA JACOBS. “There’s simply no place like Orlando when it comes to a family- and fan-friendly environment. Our investment in Camping World Stadium continues to pay strong dividends, and our entire community has worked together with the NFL to expand this annual sports celebration into an unforgettable week-long experience.”

The NFL will provide fans of all ages with unique opportunitie​​s to be a part of festivities associated with PRO BOWL WEEK. The NFL will host events across the Orlando area, bringing new experiences and activities while commemorating all levels of football – from youth to the NFL’s best. 

Pro Bowl Week festivities in Orlando will include the NFL FLAG CHAMPIONSHIPS POWERED BY USA FOOTBALL, which will culminate live on ESPN/ABC on Pro Bowl Sunday; the announcement of the prestigious DON SHULA NFL HIGH SCHOOL COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD; and the NFL PRO BOWL EXPERIENCE, a free football festival located at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort, where fans will also have fan access to AFC and NFC TEAM PRACTICES. In addition, Pro Bowl Week will include the return of the PRO BOWL SKILLS SHOWDOWN, testing the athletic prowess of All-Stars from each conference in unique competitions. ​

"We are thrilled to welcome the Pro Bowl back to Central Florida," Florida Citrus Sports CEO STEVE HOGAN said. "Over the past two years, Orlando has proved to be the perfect host for one of the NFL's premier events, and we're excited for the opportunity to make 2019 the most successful Pro Bowl Week yet."

The 2019 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon will follow the traditional AFC versus NFC format and feature 88 of the best NFL players – 44 from each conference – as determined by a consensus of votes by fans, players, and coaches. Both teams will be led by offensive and defensive NFL Legends who will serve as captains representing each conference.  

jueves, 8 de febrero de 2018

#Tacleando La NFL: Eagles se llevan el Super Bowl y la NFL repartes sus premios...

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback NICK FOLES was voted the winner of the Pete Rozelle Trophy, awarded to the Super Bowl LII Most Valuable Player. 
Foles completed 28 of 43 pass attempts for 373 yards with three touchdowns and one interception for a 106.1 passer rating. He is the third quarterback to start and win the Super Bowl after starting three or fewer games in the regular season, joining DOUG WILLIAMS (Washington, Super Bowl XXII) and JEFF HOSTETLER (New York Giants, Super Bowl XXV). 
Foles, who also had a one-yard touchdown reception from tight end TREY BURTON, is the first player in NFL history with a touchdown pass and a touchdown catch in a Super Bowl. He is the only quarterback in NFL history to have a 100+ passer rating in each of his first four career postseason starts (minimum 20 attempts per game).
Foles threw the game-winning 11-yard touchdown pass to tight end ZACH ERTZwith 2:21 remaining in the fourth quarter. 
The award is chosen by a panel of 16 comprised of members of the Pro Football Writers Association of America, selected members of the electronic broadcast media and by fans interactively through the National Football League’s official website, 

The night before the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles meet in Super Bowl LII, the National Football League handed out awards from the 2017 season at NFL HONORS – a two-hour primetime awards special recognizing the best players, performances and plays. The show will air nationally tonight at 9 PM ET/PT on NBC.
In addition, the newest PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME class was announced and introduced during the show with the Class of 2018 appearing on stage at Northrop at the University of Minnesota.
The full list of awards and winners include:
AP Most Valuable PlayerTom BradyNew England Patriots
AP Coach of the Year Sean McVayLos Angeles Rams
AP Comeback Player of the YearKeenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers
AP Offensive Player of the Year presented by MicrosoftTodd GurleyLos Angeles Rams
AP Defensive Player of the YearAaron DonaldLos Angeles Rams
AP Offensive Rookie of the Year Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints
AP Defensive Rookie of the YearMarshon LattimoreNew Orleans Saints
AP Assistant Coach of the YearPat ShurmurMinnesota Vikings
Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award Luke KuechlyCarolina Panthers
Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year presented by NationwideJ.J. WattHouston Texans
Deacon Jones AwardChandler JonesArizona Cardinals
FedEx Air Player of the YearCarson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles
FedEx Ground Player of the YearTodd GurleyLos Angeles Rams
Salute To Service Award Presented by USAAAndre RobertsAtlanta Falcons
Bridgestone Elite Performance Play of the YearMinnesota Vikings – Minneapolis Miracle
Courtyard's Greatness on the Road AwardDeshaun WatsonHouston Texans
Castrol EDGE Clutch Performer of the YearDrew Brees​New Orleans Saints
Built Ford Tough Offensive Line of the YearPhiladelphia Eagles Offensive Line
Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year AwardRob GarrettCrenshaw High School
Celebration of the YearPhiladelphia Eagles' Electric Slide
Game Changer presented by Secret DeodorantSam Gordon

lunes, 1 de enero de 2018

Tacleando la NFL: Resumen de la Semana 17 en la NFL

Tacleando la NFL-Semana 17
Por Daniel “Mr. Clutch” Mercado Castro
            Y cerramos la temporada regular 2017 de la NFL con los Lions venciendo 35-11 a los Packers gracias a 3 TD lanzados de Matthew Stafford. Los Lions barren en su serie personal a los Packers por 1era vez desde el 1991. Los Lions como quiera no perdonaron a su dirigente Jim Caldwell y lo despidieron luego de una marca de 36-28 en 4 temporadas. Los Packers despidieron al Coordinador Defensivo Dom Capers luego de 9 temporadas. Con un 4to parcial que ganaron 8-0, gracias a un safety de Hassan Ridgeway junto a dos field goals de Adam Vinatieri, los Colts derrotaron 22-13 a los Texans. Los Colts despidieron a su dirigente Chuck Pagano. Latavius Murray corrió para dos TD en la victoria 23-10 de los Vikings sobre los Bears. Los Bears despidieron al dirigente John Fox luego de una marca de 14-34 en 3 temporadas. Tom Brady cerró otra excelente temporada con dos TD lanzados en la victoria 26-6 de sus Patriots sobre los Jets. Los actuales monarcas están más que listos para defender su campeonato.
            La defensa de los Giants junto con un TD lanzado de Eli Manning derrotaron 18-10 a los Redskins. Un TD lanzado de Dak Prescott fue suficiente para que la defensa de los Cowboys blanquearan 6-0 a los Eagles. Con rush TD’s de Stevan Ridley y Darrius Heyward-Bey los Steelers derrotaron 28-24 a los Browns. Cleveland termina la temporada 0-16. ¡Auch! Los Falcons entraron a la postemporada al vencer 22-10 a los Panthers con un TD lanzado de Matt Ryan y 5 field goals de Matt Bryant. Julio Jones se convirtió en el jugador más rápido en la historia de la NFL en lograr 9 mil yardas recibidas. Con un field goal de 30 yardas de Harrison Butker al terminar el tiempo de juego, los Chiefs derrotaron 27-24 a los Broncos. Los Titans aseguraron su pase a la postemporada con una victoria 15-10 sobre los Jaguars gracias a un TD lanzado de Marcus Mariota junto a tres field goals de Ryan Succop.
            Y sigue la increíble historia de Jimmy Garoppolo. Garoppolo terminó con marca de 5-0 como el QB inicial de los 49ers al estos vencer 34-13 a los Rams. Garoppolo lanzó dos TD y Carlos Hyde corrió para dos TD. Los 49ers terminan la temporada con 5 victorias seguidas y un futuro brillante de la mano de Jimmy. Philip Rivers lanzó 3 TD en la victoria 30-10 de sus Chargers sobre los Raiders. Los Raiders despidieron al dirigente Jack Del Rio luego de una marca de 25-23 en 3 temporadas. Gracias a cuatro field goals de Phil Dawson, Arizona derrotó 26-24 a los Seahawks. El dirigente de Arizona Bruce Arians se retiró luego de 5 temporadas con el equipo y contar con una buena marca de 49-30 con un empate. Gracias a un TD lanzado faltando 9 segundos de juego de Jameis Winston, los Buccaneers derrotaron 31-24 a los Saints. Drew Brees llegó a la marca de las 50 mil yardas lanzadas. ¡Que bueno esssssss!
            Los Bills derrotaron 22-16 a los Dolphins gracias a un TD lanzado de Tyrod Taylor junto a un rush TD de Kyle Williams. Con esa victoria y la ayudita de los Bengals derrotar 31-27 a los Ravens, los Bills entran por 1era vez a la postemporada desde el 1999. Andy Dalton se convirtió en el ser más querido en la organización de los Bills al lanzar 3 TD, 2 a las manos de Tyler Kroft, en la victoria de los Bengals sobre los Ravens en los segundos finales. Un TD de Dalton a Tyler Boyd faltando 44 segundos sepultó las esperanzas de playoffs de sus rivales divisionales. ¡Auch! Todavía los Bengals no deciden el futuro de su dirigene Marvin Lewis. ¡Time to change!
Posiciones Finales
            AFC: East- Patriots (13-3), Bills (9-7), Miami (6-10) y Jets (5-11). North- Steelers (13-3), Ravens (9-7), Bengals (7-9) y Browns (0-16). South- Jaguars (10-6), Titans (9-7), Colts (4-12) y Texans (4-12). West- Chiefs (10-6), Chargers (9-7), Raiders (6-10) y Denver (5-11).
            NFC: East- Eagles (13-3), Dallas (9-7), Redskins (7-9) y Giants (3-13). North- Vikings (13-3), Lions (9-7), Packers (7-9) y Bears (5-11). South- Saints (11-5), Panthers (11-5), Falcons (10-6) y Buccaneers (5-11). West- Rams (11-5), Seahawks (9-7), Arizona (8-8) y 49ers (6-10).
            El Wild Card comienza el sábado 6 de enero con los Titans visitando a los Chiefs (AFC) y los Falcons visitando a los Rams (NFC). El Wild Card continua el domingo 7 de enero con los Bills visitando a Jacksonville (AFC) y Carolina visitando a New Orleans (NFC). Los 4 ganadores de los Wild Cards se medirán a los 4 lideres divisionales que recibieron “Bye” (Eagles, Patriots, Steelers y Vikings) en el Divisional Round de enero 13 y 14. El Conference Championship será el domingo 21 de enero, el Pro Bowl será el 28 de enero y el Super Bowl será el 4 de febrero.