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These days, getting a foothold on Darrelle Revis private beach is not quite the daunting task it might once have been. Green in check .gonna be following me around the field, so I gonna have to be prepared for his jams, Bills rookie receiver Sammy Watkins, told reporters this week, of Revis shadowing him. know there going to be some good, some bad. He very smart. I have to be very competitive and smart off the ball. started the season exclusively on the left side of the Patriots defence, but in recent weeks has gone back to covering the other team top weapons.In Buffalo, that weapon is expected to become Watkins, the fourth overall draft pick in May. He has 24 catches for 284 yards and two touchdowns in his first five games. He the second leading receiver among rookies, trailing only Carolina Kelvin Benjamin (24 catches, 367 yards, three touchdowns).Watkins has managed that despite ribs that have been banged up since the beginning of the season.don want to fall. You don really want to get hit on it, he said. not responding the same. You kind of half speed Now that I healthy, I don have to think about my ribs. I can zoom in there, catch the ball and get hit, and I can get back up and finish the game. has his own issues, leaving last week game with a hamstring injury, although it isn expected to keep the two from facing off. That should give the Bills a measuring stick as to how serious a contender Watkins might become for rookie of the year and, in the long term, how far he is away from becoming a premier pass catcher.they match him up on Sammy, then it be a great challenge for him and I think that will tell us a lot about where he is, Bills coach Doug Marrone told reporters. think it will be an outstanding task. Darrelle Revis is, if not the best that played the game, he one of the best that ever played the game. suggest that the Browns tried to re sign Hoyer, who becomes a free agent after the season, by offering him backup quarterback money prior to the season.Hoyer suggested he wanted something sweeter.Since then he played well enough especially if he comes up with another winning effort this weekend against the rival Steelers to be considered for the starting job (and starter money) next season.Of course, if he stayed with the Browns, it would mean having Johnny Manziel looking over his shoulder every week.But with every succesful pass, every comeback to thrill the fans, Hoyer buys himself more leverage.RUNNING FOR COVERFormer Bears GM Jerry Angelo is quoted as saying that and hundreds of domestic violence cases have been covered up in the NFL,
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