The Green Bay Packers don’t gamble often, which usually means fewer home runs as well as fewer strikeouts. Still, they’d probably like to have that Randall pick back.
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Adams earns induction by checking one very specific box: Did you remain statistically relevant when Brett Hundley was your quarterback? And I don’t mean to pick on Hundley, but there’s a reason a guy who went 0-15 last season might displace Hundley as the backup. Now Aaron Rodgers is healthy and, just as crucially, Jordy Nelson is in Oakland (more on that in a second). Adams is the clear-cut No. 1 receiver, entering his age-25 season, in Dario Saric Jersey the first season after his team made him one of the highest-paid wideouts in football. This is all heading in a very positive direction.

Nelson was one of the Packers playmakers who dropped off the face of the Earth after Hundley replaced an injured Rodgers last season — but there’s more to it than that. The 33-year-old is going from arguably the best place to catch passes in Green Bay to Oakland, where he will be in a new offense and new surroundings playing second banana to Amari Cooper. Am I saying Nelson is destined for bust status? No, but the days of Jordy as a 90/1,300/12-level monster are likely over.

The Eagles would have been better off without Asomugha and with Thomas, but Kelly nearly ran the team into the ground with his stubborn approach to retooling a roster that didn’t require much maintenance to begin with. He inherited a talented team from Andy Reid, but he wasn’t willing to be flexible with his fast-but-often-predictable offensive scheme and didn’t appear capable of handling egos. As a result, he wound up chasing away stars.

As former Eagles guard Evan Mathis wrote in an email to Mike Klis of 9News in 2016:

There were many things that Chip had done that showed me he wasn’t building a championship team. Two of the main issues that concerned me were: 1. A never-evolving, vanilla offense that forced our own defense to play higher than normal play counts. 2. His impatience with certain personality types even when they were blue-chip talents. The Broncos team I was on would have eaten Chip alive. I don’t think he could have handled the plethora of large personalities.
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