4 adults, 1 baby, and a banana protested Washington’s NFL team on Friday morning
Angry Washington NFL fans decided to hold a rally on Friday morning to express their anger at the organization after an infuriating first day of free agency.
Over the course of his career, Hayes has been a 4-3 defensive end. With Wade Phillips now their defensive coordinator and switching to a 3-4, the move shouldn’t be too shocking, all things considered.
Phillips said in late January when he was hired, “Four out of the last six teams I’ve gone to were running a 4-3, and we went to a 3-4 and went to the playoffs every year, and they hadn’t been to the playoffs the year before,” via ESPN. “I think we can fit whatever we need to fit in. And if we couldn’t, we would change.”
Hayes falls under that change.
If Hayes’ name rings a bell but you aren’t sure why, it might be because the man not only believes that mermaids exist, but he also believes that dinosaurs do not exist.
The trade gives the Rams eight selections in Rounds 2-7 in the 2017 NFL Draft. They’ve been one of the more busy teams early in free agency, signing wideout Robert Woods, signing Andrew Whitworth, and re-signing Rodger Saffold.
But seniors Picasso Nelson Jr. and Tarvarius Moore are keepers, and Hopson attempted to address this need in recruiting, bringing in a pair of JUCOs (Xavier Marion, Tyler Jack) and a couple of mid-three-star freshmen (Emanuel Dabney, WyDale Flott).
Attacking experience and a green set of safeties? Is it possible to be even more all-or-nothing than Southern Miss was? The Golden Eagles ranked ninth in success rate and 127th in IsoPPP (which measures the magnitude of the successful plays), so the bar is both high and low.