Report: Owner of L.A. mansion suing Jay Ajayi for $25,000 in damages

The owner of a 6,000-square-foot home in Los Angeles is suing Eagles running back Jay Ajayi for $25,000 in damages, TMZ Sports reports.

They also didn’t draft a quarterback or chase any of the high-profile free-agent QBs. They’re doubling down on Luck in multiple ways, which must indicate they’re confident he can return to his Pro Bowl form soon.

Despite the fact they’d been accumulating talent for years and seemed primed to finally contend, the Jacksonville Jaguars were one of just two NFL teams that weren’t scheduled to play a single prime-time game last season. Twelve of their 16 games kicked off at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, indicating that the football world still wasn’t buying the young Jags after years of futility.

Then they went out and won the AFC South while ranking in the top five in points scored and allowed before earning a trip to the conference title game thanks to a 45-point performance in Pittsburgh.

He also has spent time with the Raiders, Browns and Bears, playing 28 games with three starts. All three of his starts came with the Raiders at right tackle in 2013.

Franklin played quarterback and receiver during his college career, which included stops at Florida State, Auburn and FAU.

Holloway transferred to Western Illinois after three years at Liberty and made three interceptions in four games he played there.

Hall started 25 games at left guard for South Florida the past two years.

Fleming bypassed his final season at Benedictine University, where he also was a track and field star. He caught 45 passes for 731 yards and 10 touchdowns last season at the Division III school.

Jacksonville acquired Taven with the long haul in mind. He’s going to see snaps in a rotational role switching with Dareus and Jones through his rookie season. As a sophomore, expect a major leap in his snap count after the Jaguars release one of their veteran defensive tackles.  cardinals_038

Mark Ingram suspended 4 games. What does this mean for the Saints?

The New Orleans Saints ’ Pro Bowl running back Mark Ingram is facing a suspension for the first four games of the 2018 season for a violation of the NFL’s performance-enhancing drug policy, according to Nick Underhill of The New Orleans Advocate.

Ingram, 28, earned his second trip to the Pro Bowl in 2017 when he finished the year with 1,124 rushing yards, 416 receiving yards and 12 rushing touchdowns. All three were career best totals for the running back.

The Saints have some winnable games on the schedule while Ingram is sidelined:

He’ll be set to return before a Week 5 matchup at home against Washington. But the real impact of the suspension could be that it phases Ingram out of New Orleans entirely.

I was always cheering my guys on, always texting them if someone went down, ask how they were doing, keep their heads up, if someone was released whatever it may be, Griffin said. I always stayed in contact with those guys. Titans linebackers Brian Orakpo and Wesley Woodyard and defensive linemen Jurrell Casey and DaQuan Jones were on hand for Griffin’s announcement.

As such, they’ve got someone in Pederson’s ear at all times during the game, going over potential fourth-down (and more) scenarios. They have a guy who’s name is Ryan Paganetti. The way I would really dumb it down is to say he’s almost like a 12-year-old playing ‘Madden.’ What I mean by that is you’ve got this 12-year old who, all he does all night and all day is play ‘Madden,’ and he knows all the scenarios and the situations and when to go for it and when not, they’re kind of like savants in that way, Kempski explained.

He’s constantly in Doug’s ear, before — it could be second and 12 and he could be talking about whether they want to go for it on fourth down in advance. There’s just a lot of time between plays in the NFL. Doug’s still calling the plays, so there’s only so much that a head coach can think of in between plays. So he has this guy in his ear from the booth. sharks-022