The Southeastern Conference on Tuesday announced its 2016 SEC Football Legends class, a collection of former football standouts who will be honored at events surrounding the SEC Football Championship Game in Atlanta in December.
As the longest tenured member of the New Orleans Saints, Jon Stinchcomb has worked through his share of injuries. Take for instance last season, when he injured a knee tendon in Week 7. The 9 year veteran played through it, but needed rehab at season's end. While he's not 100% yet, he's inching closer to it.
With the lockout preventing players from entering a team facility, franchises cannot schedule organized offseason workouts. However, there is no rule that prevents players from scheduling their own team workouts outside of the team facilities. Drew Brees has done just that. Members of the Saints are scheduled to begin organized workouts tomorrow at Tulane University.
A week ago I gave you a list of reasons why David West would exercise his opt-out option in the final year of his contract, enabling him to explore free agency. Since then, West tore his ACL during a heroic performance on Thursday in Salt Lake City. Let me first say, I feel for David. But how does the injury change West's options? Let's examine.