"He manufactures yards in between the tackles much better than a lot of runners," CBS and NFL Sirius Radio analyst Solomon Wilcots said. "When people compare him to Emmitt Smith, they are right. He's got that jump cut that Emmitt had, where he's going in a hole here but as soon as the blocker comes down he jumps backside and out the gate."
Some hither, others yon: If the Eighth District Court of Appeals upholds Judge Susan Nelson's ruling that the lockout should be lifted while the Tom Brady antitrust lawsuit proceeds, the league will simply open the doors and allow business to continue as usual until the Brady case is settled, right? Maybe not. Mike Florio of PFT.com is hearing initial rumblings pointing to the possibility that a loss by the league at the appellate level will prompt owners to completely shut down all business operations until the players agree to the new labor deal. The thinking is that the owners cease all operations and the NFL would not be violating the court order because there would be no lockout. Instead, the league would essentially be going out of business. Stay tuned...
by Ed Staton
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