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eagles_109Sean McVay’s Rams took the league by storm last autumn, scorching opponents with an air-and-ground attack that led the NFL in points.

The team’s newest defensive stars still can’t believe what they’re seeing.

Fellow star cover man Marcus Peters, added through a swap with the Chiefs, agreed: It’s crazy unique.

It’s one reason the Rams roll into September as a not-so-sneaky pick to appear in Super Bowl LIII.

And just like last week, only the Tuesday practice is open to reporters. ( Click here to read our Darnold observations and takeaways from Day 1 of OTAs.)

All told, the Jets have 13 spring practices — 10 OTAs plus a three-day mandatory minicamp from June 12-14.

The Jets conclude OTAs next week, when they practice from Monday through Thursday. And just like the first two weeks, only the Tuesday practice is open to reporters next week.

All three days of the Jets’ mandatory minicamp will be open to reporters.

Darnold is competing with veterans Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater for the Jets’ starting quarterback job, after the Jets drafted Darnold third overall.

Bridgewater — who is coming off surgery to repair a serious knee injury — looked good in Week 1 of OTAs. Let’s see if he can keep that up in Week 2.

McCown re-signed with the Jets this offseason after being their starter last season, his first with the organization. McCown turns 39 in July. Darnold turns 21 in exactly one week.

At least Flowers has now joined the competition, rather than sitting it out.

Texans defensive end J.J. Watt plans to personally pay for the funerals of the Santa Fe High School shooting victims, according to a report by Houston’s Fox affiliate.

Santa Fe High School officials have been notified that @JJWatt is personally going to pay for the funerals of all the victims of the Santa Fe High School shooting tragedy.

Ed Oliver, defensive tackle, Houston: Sometimes a prospect has a body of work so strong that declaring for the draft early as a junior becomes a forgone conclusion. Oliver announced his intentions for the 2019 NFL Draft before even taking a snap in his junior season. Oliver has exceeded the expectations of being a five-star recruit for the Cougars, and his long list of accolades on the field back it up. At 6-3, 290 pounds, Oliver already has NFL measurables and has punished opposing offenses with 139 total tackles, including 10.5 sacks.

Nick Bosa, defensive end, Ohio State: Bosa has NFL pedigree, as his older brother Joey was the third overall pick in the 2016 draft by the Chargers. Their father, John Bosa, was the 16th overall pick by the Dolphins in 1987. The younger Bosa, according to SN’s Bill Bender, has a chance to go higher than both due to his edge rushing ability.

Others to watch: While Oliver and Bosa are the headliners, next year’s class is extremely deep in defensive line prospects. As for quarterbacks, Bender has provided a list of signal-callers to watch.

Graham made a career-high 9.5 sacks last season.

Consider this, too, from the News’ story, which quoted veteran defense attorney and former federal prosecutor Keith Corbett about the impact of charges like this:

“(On) a personal level, it’s a brand that stays with you forever. There’s no way to get around it. (They) never had a chance to defend against it, and there was no finding of guilt but from a public-perception standpoint; this is a thing that may follow them for the rest of their lives.”

For Patricia, though, it did not. He got around it for 22 years. Explainravens_178 that.

Philip Rivers isn’t getting any younger, but make no mistake: The 2018 Los Angeles Chargers are his team.

The quarterback’s coach said as much with the draft 10 days away and a crop of signal-callers available for selecting.

Write on Sports is having a small dinner in a private room at the Yale Club in Manhattan on Wednesday night at 6. I’m hosting, along with Yale Club president Dev Gandhi, a fellow Write on Sports board member. Food will be good, wine better, and we’re going to talk the draft, the upcoming NFL season, and anything else about football, sports and life you’d like to discuss.

Rosen has never been arrested. He’s never been suspended. He’s never failed a drug test. During an appearance on the Herd with Colin Cowherd podcast, John Middlekauff of The Athletic reported Rosen scored a 29 on the famed Wonderlic test, per Jordan Heck of the Sporting News. In an age when the spotlight has fallen on players’ off-field misdeeds, why does Rosen get knocked for a clean background?

It’s unfair to say he has character problems or to lump all character problems in together, one scout said. This isn’t Joe Mixon we’re talking about.

But then the scout adds the caveat at the heart of this all: But is he uncoachable? Probably for some.

Uncoachable is a word associated with Rosen dating back to his time in high school at the Elite 11 camps. There, the story goes, Rosen didn’t take to the coaching methods of former NFL quarterback and camp head Trent Dilfer. In a documentary about the camp, Dilfer is heard asking if Rosen thinks he knows more than us. Rosen finished dead-last—11th—when the camp counselors ranked the quarterbacks at the end of the week.dolphins_092

Although marijuana is placed on the NFL banned substances list, recently retired tight end Martellus Bennett estimated nine out of 10 players smoke weed.

“I want to say about 89 percent,” Bennett told Chris Simms and Adam Lefkoe on a Bleacher Report podcast.

Bennett explained that many of the players use the substance to help take care of their bodies and manage pain rather than using it just to get high.

“There’s medical marijuana,” Bennett said. “So it’s like, there’s times of the year where your body just hurts so bad that you don’t want to just be popping pills all the time. That sh–, it ruins your liver. There’s a lot of these anti-inflammatories that you take for so long that like, it starts to eat at your liver or your kidneys and things like that. And a human made that. God made weed.”

Zimmer apparently knew Cousins would soon be boarding the Vikings ship, or perhaps he was still smarting from the loss to the Eagles with a Minneapolis Super Bowl berth on the line.

“Brown personally met with Reid when Reid visited the Bengals on Monday. Brown, according to the source, initiated discussion regarding the issue of kneeling during the anthem. The conversation almost exclusively centered on the topic, with Brown explaining that he intends to prohibit it — and with Brown at one point asking Reid for his response.

“Reid, caught off guard by the line of questioning, wasn’t willing to make a commitment on the spot. Last month, Reid said he’s currently not planning to kneel or otherwise demonstrate during the anthem. But Reid, who is considering other options for bringing attention to societal issues he considers to be important, hasn’t made any final decisions, and he wasn’t willing to do so at the direct request and behest of Brown.”

Reid became one of the more visible protesters, along with former 49ers teammate Colin Kaepernick, when he decided not to stand for the national anthem in 2016 and continued the protest into 2017. Last season, Kaepernick wasn’t able to find a job and Reid understands his activism could affect his employment as well.

Last month, Reid shared on Twitter that his stance on racial injustice has scared away NFL owners from offering him a contract this offseason.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Wednesday the feeling around the league is that New York will not deal its star wideout before or at the 2018 NFL draft, which will be held in Arlington, Texas, from April 26-28. Teams previously believed there was a realistic possibility the three-time Pro Bowler would be dealt, according to Schefter.

Beckham is entering the final year of his contract and is scheduled to make $8.459 million, per Spotrac.

New York struggled mightily in 2017 without its star wideout, finishing with the second-worst record in the league at 3-13.

April’s draft has always been an arbitrary deadline for a trade to get done. It gives teams the opportunity for instant payout, especially if an interested team is desperate. Of course, there’s nothing that prevents the Giants from continuing to explore the market throughout the summer and beyond. If extension negotiations aren’t close as the season approaches, a trade could still be on the table.

The bond between coach and general manager was on display throughout the evening as Wood joked about it being the first time he sat between the two, since they always seemed to be together.

Quinn repeated a mantra he’s stated a numberla_kings_006 of times since being hired by the organization; that the relationship between the coach and GM is the most important in the organization, before adding, “I feel like we have the strongest one in the league.”

Quinn said after Patricia was hired in February, one of the first priorities were making sure the front office and coaching staff were on the same page about the type of players they wanted to bring in via the draft and free agency.

“Matt and I are going to be in lockstep about the kind of players, the kind of people that we want,” Quinn said.