Terrell Owens runs a 4.43 40

He’s about to enter the Hall of Fame, but he wants back in the NFL. And he still has the speed of an NFL player.

Via NFL.com, receiver Terrell Owens ran a 4.43-second 40-yard dash.

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I was one of the two last bids for the Panthers, Diddy said during an interview with BigBoyTV on Thursday, followed by a drawn-out sigh. Man, I really wanted to go in there and be a part of the NFL and try to be a positive change. This last move, though, I don’t even want to own an NFL team no more.

I don’t want to be associated with oppressing black men. I don’t want to be associated with telling grown-ass men what they can do and cannot do.

Diddy’s reaction to the policy echoes the feelings of a number of NFL players who have spoken out against the league’s handling of the protests, which started with now-inactive quarterback Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the anthem in 2016 as a protest against racial injustice in America. The prevailing sentiment among those who disagree with the policy is that it will continue to divide the league.

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Murray turned down the offer to work out for the Saints today.

The Saints are working out a group of backs, including Jamaal Charles, Terrance West, and Tim Hightower, as they look for some possibly short-term depth. With Mark Ingram suspended for the first four games of the regular season, they’re looking for help for Alvin Kamara.

Murray, 30, ran for 659 yards and six touchdowns last year for the Titans (3.6 yards per carry), and apparently thinks he can find a better gig later.

The 35-minute test is an updated option to the Wonderlic test, which has been utilized at the NFL combine for decades and is still used in sports and corporate circles. It consists of 50 multiple-choice questions that must be answered in 12 minutes.

The Wonderlic was based on a theory of intelligence from 1934, Goldman said. It’s about logic reasoning. We thought it missed the mark in really measuring or assessing cognitive abilities that are more relevant.

The Cavs needed a strong start, and they got it helped by a playground move from James.

Dribbling near the foul lane, he used a head fake on McGee before stepping past the Warriors center. James then threw the ball off the backboard to himself and crushed a two-handed dunk — he pulled off a similar stunt in last year’s Finals — that sent Cleveland’s bench and fans into a frenzy.

As coach Tyronn Lue had hoped, Cleveland was more physical and won several 50-50 balls while outrebounding and outworking the Warriors, who spent much of the first half barking about the officiating.

As a rookie in 2017, New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara led all qualified NFL players with a yards-per-attempt average of 6.1 while accumulating 1,554 scrimmage yards despite being on the field for less than half of the Saints’ offensive snaps.

That earned him a Pro Bowl nod and the Offensive Rookie of the Year award.

Of course, any effort to secure the ability to protest most likely would require litigation. As the NFL Players Association decides how to deal with a new anthem policy that was adopted only two weeks ago (it feels like two years), one possible strategy will be to file suit in all states where the constitution may apply not only to public action but also to private action.

It’s hard to believe a newly signed free agent could be the most underpaid player on any roster, but that speaks to the type of bargain the Oakland Raiders got for cornerback Rashaan Melvin. 

The 28-year-old is coming off a breakout season in which he intercepted three passes and recorded 13 passes defensed in just 10 games as the best corner in Indianapolis. He gave up an opposing passer rating of just 60.3, which, according to Pro Football Focus, was the 10th-lowest qualified mark in pro football in 2017.  

But nine Raiders and 31 corners throughout the league possess contracts containing higher average annual salaries than Melvin’s one-year deal.

Even when Romo returned healthy, Dallas stuck with the rookie.

That should tell you all you need to know about Prescott’s immediate success. He enters Year 3 hoping to lead the Cowboys back to the playoffs as the unquestioned starting quarterback.

The Bears didn’t intend to start Trubisky as a rookie, especially since they drafted him second overall after they had signed Mike Glennon to be their starter. However, Glennon’s poor play in the first four weeks of the season forced Chicago to insert the rookie for its fifth game and for the rest of the season.

Trubisky didn’t put up great numbers in his first 10 starts with Chicago after taking over for Glennon, but he showed the Bears enough for them to be pleased with his progression. The team ahead of the 2018 season paired Trubisky with Matt Nagy, a new head coach with an offensive background.

Watson was shoved into action in the second half of Houston’s season-opener and was named starter for the rest of the season soon after. Due to an unfortunate knee injury midway through his rookie season, Watson does not yet have enough starts (six) for comparison on this list. But judging by how he played in those six and a half games in 2017, he’s on his way to becoming a smashing success in Houston.

We had a chance to win that Game 4 at home and we let it slip away, James said of a game the Cavs led by eight in the third quarter but ended up losing by 11. We let Steph and Klay get loose and we let it slip away.

Flipping through the channels with his wife, Savannah, after one of the most disheartening losses of his career, James’ attention was grabbed by Eddie Murphy’s 1987 comedy special Eddie Murphy: Raw.

Separatist but equally dangerous with lightsabers in both hands. Matches robot-like durability with Jedi-like athleticism. Wheezing raises concerns about ability to finish games.

Mature and well-developed in the Great Pit of Carkoon. Once he gets your tentacles, teeth and beak into you, the play is over — after a long digestive process.

Panthers players like what they’re hearing from David Tepper

The Panthers players who have met with new owner David Tepper seem as fired up about his arrival as the league’s other owners were at adding guy worth $11 billion Cheap Baseball Jerseys to their exclusive club.

Tepper flew straight from last week’s owners meetings where he was approved by the league to come to Charlotte to meet with some of the team’s key leaders about the anthem policy, and left them with a favorable impression of the new boss.

“It went great. Rarely do you see an owner come in and want to rush from the owners meeting and just conversate with the guys,” safety Mike Adams said, via Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer. “Just talk about everything, us as a team.

“The one thing I took away from it, the one thing I like about him is he’s got that fire and he wants to win. Not taking away from [Jerry] Richardson, but he’s fired up. He’s happy.”

But between the addition of wide receiver/activist Torrey Smith and Tepper’s new openness to listening to players, things could be changing there.

All of that adds up to Bowles feeling like the team has “three good quarterbacks that we can play with” and that those three quarterbacks can make each other better over the next few months.

“They all see different things,” Bowles said in comments distributed by the team. “And if they all can give each other advice on the field about what they saw on certain plays and they all understand the plays that are going on, if they can feed off of each other and take each other’s advice, I think it can’t help but catapult the chemistry to a better level and help those guys play better.”

The Jets and the NFL have a pretty good idea about what McCown brings to the table, but Bridgewater’s long injury layoff and Darnold’s rookie status mean there’s more mystery elsewhere on the depth chart. Similar mysteries haven’t come to satisfying conclusions for the Jets in the past, but that’s not getting in the way of optimism at the position for the first time in some time for the AFC East club.