Last season the Brown s were forced to play their first round pick at the completely wrong position. To be fair, Jabrill Peppers was a bit of an outcast entering the NFL. He played a ton of positions at Michigan including (but not limited to) running back, linebacker, safety and I’m pretty sure he helped mow the grass from time to time. His overall athletic ability really stood out to teams though, and the Browns ended up being the team stuck with figuring out what position fits him best.
It is no secret that the Steelers whine a lot. If you watch any game or postgame press conference, they always seems to be complaining about something. Sticking with the OTA theme it seems the Steelers are practicing their whining against their teammates much like they are practicing their plays against each other. Antonio Brown had this to say about Le’Veon Bell’s hold out as the running back once again isn’t showing up to OTAs.
Well, the first rule of getting better is showing up,Brown said, via the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. You can’t make anything better without showing up. So I think if you show up, I think everyone will understand where you want to be. That you wants to be here not just this year but for years to come. Come out here and show up, show you want to get better and show guys you’re serious.
According to CNN, Giuliani remains focused on the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller:
During a Sunday appearance on CNN’s State of the Union, Giuliani called into question the special counsel’s Russia probe, defended Trump’s political attacks on the Mueller team and called former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and former CIA Director John Brennan two clowns.
Taking a break from his day job, Giuliani had a prime seat to watch Astros ace Justin Verlander dominate the Yankees on Monday. Verlander gave up just one run ( a Greg Bird solo home run ) in 6.2 innings of work.