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Nike Myles Garrett Cleveland Browns Brown Speed Machine Limited Jersey

Nike Myles Garrett Cleveland Browns Brown Speed Machine Limited Jersey

Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett entered the season with uncontrollable hype. Injuries robbed him of a complete season but he showed his production when on the field. The Browns released his top three plays of his rookie season.

He recorded 31 tackles, seven sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in 11 games. There was also the deflected pass that he intercepted and returned for a touchdown but it was recalled due to a holding penalty on defensive end Carl Nassib.

The Cleveland Browns have the No. 1 and No. 4 overall cheap jerseys selections in the 2018 NFL Draft. The possibilities for those two selections are endless.

Quarterbacks, Alabama defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick and Penn State running back Saquon Barkley have dominated the conversation but N.C. State defensive end Bradley Chubb will receive consideration by many teams within the top-10. Chubb addressed the possibility of pairing up with Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett at the next level.

“It could do a lot. Myles being so freakishly athletic and me being the guy I am, the player I am, learning a lot from each other, I can learn some stuff from him, he could learn some stuff from me. If the Browns decide to take us it would be very special,” Chubb said via 92.3 The Fan.

The Georgia native described his game as having a little bit of Denver Broncos pass rusher Von Miller and a little bit of Oakland Raiders pass rusher Khalil Mack.

The Browns currently have former second round selection Emmanuel Ogbah out of Oklahoma State paired with Garrett at defensive end. Cleveland had a promising look during the five games in which Garrett and Ogbah were both active. Ogbah had recorded 9.5 sacks in 26 professional games. However, he spent his rookie season transitioning between defensive end and outside linebacker.

Chubb had 72 tackles, 10 sacks and one forced fumble last season.

The Browns have invested in edge rushers in each of the last two drafts but NC State’s Bradley Chubb could inspire them to do it three years in a row.

Chubb, who racked up 25 sacks over 3 seasons for the Wolfpack, is regarded as the best rusher in the draft class by many.

Could the Browns, who own two of the top 4 picks in the draft, take another defensive end high for a second straight year after drafting Myles Garrett No. 1 overall a year ago?

Chubb likes the thought of being paired with Garrett, who had 7 sacks in 11 games as a rookie last season for Cleveland.

“It could do a lot,” Chubb said Saturday of the impact he could have with Garrett. “Myles being so freakishly athletic and me being the guy I am, the player I am, learning a lot from each other, I can learn some stuff from him, he could learn some stuff from me. If the Browns decide to take us it would be very special.”

The Browns also selected Emmanuel Ogbah, who has 9 sacks in 26 games, in the second round of the 2016 draft.

Like Penn State running back Saquon Barkley, Chubb hopes he’ll be able to give the Browns something to think about and make their decision of what to do with their first round picks even more difficult.

“Saquon is a great player, a great athlete,” Chubb said. “I’m just going to go out there and show what I can do. I’m competing with everybody in this building of course but at the end of the day I can only control what I do.”

It is expected that the Browns will pick a quarterback with No. 1 selection, which Chubb understands.

“If a team doesn’t have a quarterback, they don’t really have anything,” Chubb said. “My job is to get after one of the best players on the field, one of the highest-paid players on the field. It changes the dynamics of the game. You see in the Super Bowl, sack-caused fumble ends the game. Take it back to when the Broncos won, Von Miller just going crazy in that game. Super Bowl MVP of that game.”

The question that always gets asked about defensive ends coming out of college is do they have enough moves as to not become predictable when going against the top offensive tackles in the game?

“I feel like I do but it’s definitely going to have to get fine-tuned because these guys, there’s no weak offensive linemen in the NFL,” Chubb said. “I understand whenever I start training to do the fundamentals and get into rookie minicamp and all that stuff I’ve got to completely understand…if I want to get a sack I’ve got to be on my 100 percent ‘A’ game.”

Eagles #20 Brian Dawkins Black Stitched NFL Jersey

Eagles #20 Brian Dawkins Black Stitched NFL Jersey

Former Eagles safety Brian Dawkins is one of fifteen player finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2017, according to an announcement made on Tuesday evening wholesale authentic nfl jerseys.

“It’s a blessing to be mentioned among the names of so many other guys who have made it this far, let alone to be hopefully in the Hall of Fame someday,” Dawkins said, via PhiladelphiaEagles.com. “I don’t take these things for granted. I understand the plight of safeties (in the Pro Football Hall of Fame). To make it this far in my first year, it’s a tremendous, tremendous honor.”

Dawkins also released a message to fans via the Eagles’ official Twitter account.

“First of all, thank you,” Dawkins started. “Just made the finalist to be a Hall of Famer. When that time comes, here’s what I want you to do. When that time comes, I want you to make sure, if you can, that you join me, so when we go out there, we can party, and we can turn that place Eagle green. Thank you very much for your votes and your well wishes on Twitter.”

As Dawkins notes, being named a finalist in his first year of eligibility is quite an honor. It’s a sign that bodes well for Dawkins’ chances of being enshrined. Even if Dawkins doesn’t make this year’s class, it should only be a matter of “when” and not “if” he’ll make the final cut moving forward.

Dawkins is very deserving of the Hall of Fame nod. In 16 seasons played, Dawkins made the Pro Bowl nine times and was named first-team All-Pro four times. He finished his career with 895 tackles, 37 interceptions, 36 forced fumbles, 26 sacks, 19 fumble recoveries, and two defensive touchdowns.

Dawkins was inducted to the Eagles’ Hall of Fame in 2012. He re-joined the organization as a member of the scouting staff in the summer of 2016 before being promoted to his current title of football operations executive.

Dawkins isn’t the only former Eagles player to be named a 2017 finalist. The other player to make the list is none other than former Philadelphia wide receiver Terrell Owens. Note that Owens is in his second year of eligibility.

Owens only spent two years with the Eagles, but he was an integral part of helping Philadelphia get over the hump and finally make a Super Bowl appearance in 2005.

It will be interesting to see how T.O.’s legacy will be honored by the Eagles. The controversial pass catcher was involved in a lot of drama that ultimately led to the team releasing him.

Owens finished his career with 1,078 receptions for 15,934 yards and 153 touchdowns. He also rushed for 251 yards and three scores.

See below for the entire list of 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame modern-era player finalists. No more than five players will be chosen for the Class of 2017. The final results will be revealed in one month from now (Feb. 4) on the night before Super Bowl LI. The induction ceremony will take place on Aug. 5.