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Glazer: If Brock Osweiler plays well, Peyton may not get job back

Have we seen the end of Peyton Manning's days as a starter?Possibly, but according to FOX Sports NFL insider Jay Glazer, it has more to do with Brock Osweiler's performance than Manning's injuries."I think more than anything (Peyton's injuries) came at a very convenient time for the team. Peyton Manning has run one offense for 17 years. All of a sudden he's running Gary Kubiak's...
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Glazer: Kaepernick's time with 49ers may not be over just yet

With Colin Kaepernick being placed on injured reserve, there is speculation his tenure with the 49ers may be over.But according to FOX Sports NFL Insider Jay Glazer, Kaepernick's future will be determined by who the 49ers' coaching staff will be. If current head coach Jim Tomsula is replaced, a new head coach may determine that he wants to keep Kaepernick."If there is someone else...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Andrew Luck is now ‘fully healthy’

Andrew Luck is back to full health and he’ll be working for a new offensive coordinator. The Colts can put all their problems behind them now. Or not. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media via Pro Football Talk, Luck is 100 percent healthy after dealing with rib and shoulder injuries earlier in the year. One bonus for new #Colts OC Rob Chudzinski: QB Andrew Luck, who battled...
Via The Sports Daily
20 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL To Investigate Claim That Andrew Luck Is Playing With Hidden Injury

On Sunday, FOX NFL reporter Jay Glazer made a startling revelation on Twitter. Colts QB Andrew Luck has been playing through multiple fractured ribs the same time he's been (cont) — Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) November 1, 2015 On Andrew Luck, there was a shoulder injury but there were injured ribs in addition. Any rib injury is tough on QB bc of rotation...
Via Gamedayr
23 days ago  |  Discuss

A-Rod destroys TV with errant football pass on pregame show

New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez is good at baseball. Football, however, may not be his thing. Rodriguez appeared on the “FOX NFL Sunday” pregame show, as he recently joined the network as an analyst to cover the MLB playoffs. He threw a pass to Jay Glazer that shows the former high school quarterback clearly possesses a strong arm but might need to work on his accuracy...
Via The Sports Daily
October 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Jay Glazer defends Chip Kelly, says he’s ‘just a dude’

Eagles coach Chip Kelly has been the subject of a lot of criticism, including from former players, about his system and his perceived elitism this season. Fox NFL insider Jay Glazer, however, is speaking up on his behalf. Glazer made an appearance on Colin Cowherd’s radio show on Friday and spoke about what Kelly is...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Jay Glazer says he was threatened with possible jail time to turn over his SpyGate tape

The ESPN/OTL report on the soap opera between the New England Patriots, Roger Goodell, and the NFL opened up some old wounds on SpyGate – which up until DeflateGate was the defining “Gate” scandal in the NFL.  (Sorry, BountyGate.)  The reported information in the Outside the Lines report caused the NFL world to re-examine SpyGate and just how things went down the way they...
Via Awful Announcing
September 14, 2015  |  Discuss

John Moffitt cleans up, wants to return from retirement

By Tim Weaver According to a report by NFL insider Jay Glazer, former Seattle Seahawks and Broncos guard John Moffitt has kicked his drug habit and is trying to return to the field two years after his retirement. Glazer posted via his Twitter account: “I have never been so proud of a guy I’ve trained than I am of John Moffitt. Retired two years ago bc he knew he had drug...
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June 17, 2015  |  Discuss

At least one ESPNer isn’t happy Jay Glazer beat ESPN on their own Tim Tebow scoop?

When a member of the media returns to the playing or coaching world, it’s often their media outlet that breaks the news. That didn’t happen in the latest Tim Tebow saga, though, with Fox’s Jay Glazer beating ESPN’s Adam Schefter to the punch by a whole four minutes or so. ESPN investigative reporter John Barr didn’t seem thrilled with this development, musing about it...
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April 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Kenny Mayne mocks Jay Glazer’s accusation of ESPN stealing scoops

Jay Glazer dropped a pipebomb on ESPN Tuesday when he called the network’s news department “lying bastards” for how they handled the news that Johnny Manziel will be starting this week.  Glazer revealed some very interesting behind-the-scenes tidbits as well on the conversation between Fox and ESPN over the dispute. On SportsCenter later that evening, Kenny Mayne introduced...
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December 10, 2014  |  Discuss

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