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In this edition of The Arrowhead Drive, Pete Sweeney is getting you caught up on all the Chiefs transactions from Tuesday afternoon. The Chiefs placed Clyde Edwards-Helaire on injured reserve meaning he'll miss at least the next three games. They waived Daurice Fountain and activated running back Derrick Gore and offensive lineman Prince Tega Wanogho. Linebacker Darius Harris made it back to the practice squad. Andy Reid did address the defense -- and how they can change things to make improvements. With rumors circulating the Chiefs are interested in Colts running back Marlon Mack, we think back to something Eric Bieniemy said just last week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
See the full episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1_jIubL0lg Kansas City Chiefs News - KC Makes the Cuts - 53man Roster Reveal! Jody Fortson, Daurice Fountain, Josh Kaindoh, Chris Lammons make the cut! Get of RGR as a Member: https://bit.ly/JoinRGR 3:01 Chiefs News - KC Makes the Cuts - 53man Roster Reveal! More Store - http://bit.ly/RGRStore https://twitter.com/RyanTracyNFL ️ Locked on Chiefs - https://bit.ly/LO_Chiefs RGR Craft - https://bit.ly/RGRCraft Kansas City Chiefs news #RGR #ChiefsKingdom #Filmroom #Chiefs #Chiefsnation #Chiefsfootball #chiefsfan #kcchiefs
There were some surprising cuts — Marcus Kemp! — but analyst Nick Jacobs and host Tod Palmer explain the decision-making process (and why Kemp won't be off the roster for long) and dissect the state of the reigning AFC champions' roster, including spots where upgrades could be coming off the waiver wire or via free agency. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this edition of the Arrowhead Pride Editor's Show Pete, and John dissect the Chiefs' official 53 man roster heading into the 2021 NFL season. Fan favorites such as Daurice Fountain and Jody Fortson made the final cut, but defensive end Tim Ward wasn't quite so lucky. Pete and John break down everything you need to know on the offensive side of the ball, and the defensive side of the ball headed into week 1 against the Cleveland Browns. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Chiefs checked every box in their preseason finale on Friday, a 28-25 victory at home over the Minnesota Vikings. The starters on offense and defense excelled and Patrick Mahomes and company looked ready for the regular-season opener against the Cleveland Browns. But there is some work to be done before that Sept. 12 game. The roster must be trimmed from 80 to 53, and on this episode of SportsBeat KC, beat writers Sam McDowell and Herbie Teope break down what they believe will happen as the Tuesday deadline for cuts approaches. Where to players like Jody Fortson, Daurice Fountain, Cornell Powell, DeAndre Baker and Tim Ward stand? Listen to what the beat writers have to say. Story links: The Chiefs' toughest 53-man roster decisions and our predictions for them Final Chiefs preseason report card, and some thoughts on those impending roster moves Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Kansas City Chiefs went 3-0 during the preseason, including a win Friday against the Minnesota Vikings. Analyst Nick Jacobs and host Tod Palmer dissect the roster decisions that loom and what may go into those decisions on the latest “4th & 1” podcast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chiefs 53 Man Roster Prediction -Jody Fortson? Daurice Fountain? Tim Ward? Derrick Gore?
See the full episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrIrXUOeed0 Chiefs Breakdown vs Cardinals - Postgame TIME Approx Chris Jones, Juan Thornhill, Daurice Fountain, Mecole Hardman Get
Chiefs Sign Daurice Fountain Creed Humphrey and Josh Kaindoh Early Look The Athletic's Nate Tice on Cornell Powell and KC WR Corps
On today's daily update, Frank Reich discusses the Colts' third down troubles, Philip Rivers welcomes back tight end Trey Burton, and Matt goes one on one with wide receiver Reece Fountain.
Indianapolis Colts Running Back, Jonathan Taylor, spoke with the media about how through the first 3 weeks he has a good grasp on things but still learning a lot about the NFL game. Also Colts Wide Receiver, Daurice Fountain, spoke with the media about being ready to step into a bigger role with the injuries in the receiver room.
Jeffrey Gorman, Andrew Walker and Casey Vallier bring you this week's Colts Official Podcast. 0:00 – 5:07 – Where is the NFL with health protocols with rookies reporting today? 5:08 – 7:56 – Possibility of even fewer preseason games, how does that affect the bottom half of rosters? 7:57 – 10:24 – Likelihood of having positive tests during season 10:25 – 13:59 – Media access for media to the players during training camp 14:00 – 20:26 – Madden Ratings – Colts players underappreciated? 20:27 – 25:35 – The most indispensable Colts 25:36 – 26:29 – Congrats to Larra Overton on his wedding this upcoming weekend! 27:16 – 31:06 – If DeForest Buckner and Philip Rivers have their typical seasons, are the Colts are still Super Bowl contenders? 31:07 – 32:58 – Al-Quadin Muhammad and Kemoko Turay in 2020? 32:59 – 34:50 – Daurice Fountain and Marcus Johnson camp battle 34:51 – 36:31 – Colts with elite speed 36:32 – 39:10 – Depth and intrigue at what positions for the Colts? 39:11 – 40:12 – Yes or No? 40:13 – 41:08 – Isaiah Rodgers bowled 6 consecutive strikes through his legs!!! 41:09 – 43:00 – Rookies finally being able to meet some of these players face-to-face instead of on a screen 43:01 – 45:56 – Colts defense could be elite
Nate and Elijah discus Daurice Fountain's 3rd year, Robert Mathis' Ring of Honor award, regular season games against the Bears and Browns, the Colts' last two draft picks, and more! Twitter: @GFIPodcast. Thanks for following!
On today's episode, a news roulette running through all the latest Colts updates with Zach Hicks of Stampede Blue. Kicking things off with the injury news revolving around Andrew Luck and Daurice Fountain, what happens now? Luck working out in front of the cameras at LOS was a statement, which has us feeling confident on him suiting up Week 1 in Los Angeles. Fountain's season-ending ankle injury took some wind out of the sails, though. In line to make the 53-man roster, who will now take Fountain's spot? Zach Pascal appears to be in the lead, but will they even keep a WR6? What were the biggest takeaways from the Cleveland Browns' visit for joint practices and their game on Saturday? This led to some notes on the biggest winners from preseason game No. 2 plus players like Denico Autry, Devin Funchess, and Rock Ya-Sin standing out at Grand Park. Also, what about the position battles for CB6 and TE4? Zach and I disagree on who will land the final spot backing up Jack Doyle, Eric Ebron, and Mo-Alie Cox. Finally, what should we expect out of the Colts' defense this year? No surprise, but Matt Eberflus has been vanilla in preseason action. Don't expect that to last for long, though. With the right pieces in place along with ascending talent, Indianapolis could field their most complete defense in a decade. Finally, we close with Zach's boldest takes for the Colts' 2019-20 campaign. The ceiling for this team is gigantic, to say the least. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Frank Reich talks about Daurice Fountain, Peyton Manning, and Tony Dungy as Colts Camp ends. Should Joe Maddon be fired? Should Indiana Basketball be nervous. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Breakfast with Kent - Indianapolis Colts end camp. Daurice Fountain breaks ankle. Indiana not concerned about Avenatti filing. Chicago Cubs give up 6 in 9th to lose. 97.5FM KISS-FM debuts. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
On today's episode, Cody Felger joins to recap the Colts' preseason opener in Buffalo. What stood out the most? Weak performances from the offensive tackles, notably Le'Raven Clark and Jackson Barton, have us thinking about whether Colts GM Chris Ballard should make a waiver claim for the 53-man roster in a few weeks. Solid outings from the likes of Chad Kelly, EJ Speed, Daurice Fountain, and Jonathan Williams showcased future position battles. Kelly seems poised to overtake Philip Walker for QB3, while Fountain is steadily climbing up the depth chart. Will Zach Pascal or Fountain take the WR6 spot, if Indianapolis even keeps that many wideouts? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Matt Taylor chats with Darius Leoanrd, TY Hilton, Nyhiem Hines, Pierre Desir, Daurice Fountain and Jordan Wilkins separately, as well as Greg Rakestraw on early camp storylines and inside the complex with Jeff Brown on what goes into planning training camp.
Our position by position break down of the Indianapolis Colts roster has come to its finale. Today we look at the receiver position that has some top-end talent, but isn't getting much love after you get past T.Y. Hilton. But, as you can imagine, I disagree with that notion. This receiver corps has the length, speed, physicality and youth that makes their collective star shine at this point in the process. Chester Rogers isn't being seen as a legit No. 2 or 3, until he comes through with an entire season in that role. Ryan Grant isn't seen as a shiny new toy, but may be the consistency and fundamental piece that can act as the glue to hold the unit together. Guys like Krishawn Hogan, Kasen Williams, K.J. Brent, Deon Cain and Daurice Fountain will be so fun to watch within the throes of training camp to see who can be that possession/speed/route-running addition to get this unit some notariety throughout the season. This group is being slept on, and I go in to why as we wrap up the positional previews for the 2018 Indianapolis Colt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fantasy Football Podcast: Sonic Truth Ep 74: The Podfather Matt Kelley (@Fantasy_Mansion) and Ryan McDowell (@RyanMc23) from Dynasty League Football believe Stefon Diggs will break into the top-10 dynasty wide receivers sooner rather than later. Derrius Guice is a no-brainer at the 1.02 in dynasty rookie drafts. Christian Kirk checks more boxes than most second round picks. Tre'Quan Smith is the most underrated rookie wide receiver. Nyheim Hines should have a more productive career than Jordan Wilkins. Justin Jackson will be a factor this season. Tyrod Taylor cannot hold of Baker Mayfield. Sam Darnold will start sooner rather than later. Josh Rosen will start week 1. Josh Allen will start games as a rookie. It will be politically difficult to start Lamar Jackson over Joe Flacco. Why is Boston Scott not generating more buzz? Why James Washington should outshine D.J. Chark. Jaleel Scott is an intriguing deep league sleeper. Daurice Fountain is the wide receiver to own in Indianapolis. Should Equanimeous St. Brown even be selected in 4-round rookie drafts? What are the most difficult issues for league commissioners? What do dynasty leaguers do with Jameis Winston? Mike Evans' career inefficiency is a problem. Taywan Taylor looks like the NFL's next Doug Baldwin. Has the Jerick McKinnon hype gone too far? Melvin Gordon is the quintessential enigma running back. Giovani Bernard is a top dynasty value. Vance McDonald has incredible asymmetrical upside. Josh Reynolds is rehabbing a torn labrum. Will he ever be a thing? Can Riley McCarron outperform Braxton Berrios in training camp? Michael Crabtree is the best-value "old" wide receiver. Ricky Seals-Jones is still grossly mispriced. Give me a very deep league pick that you qualify for truther status on? Mike Gesicki will be a fantasy TE1 this season. Sign up for a dynasty league now on Reality Sports Online: https://realitysportsonline.com/Registration.aspx Code: underworld Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com
As a follow-up to last week's superflex rookie mock draft, Travis “The Beard” and James “The Brain” tag team rounds 3 and 4, and even go above and beyond! From familiar names like James Washington, John Kelly and Mason Rudolph to deep cuts like Daurice Fountain and Ryan Nall, the Super Flex Super Friends navigate the later rounds of a superflex rookie draft when all of the competition would be in cruise control. Here are the names to know with those late picks… including some deep sleepers for the 5th round and beyond! All that and more on this week's episode! ***The 2018 Devy Watch is here! Order now and receive 290+ Scouting profiles of the top skill position players in all of college football. Positional tier rankings, overal rankings, and class rankings along with a superflex mock!*** This episode is brought to you by GT Bets; enter the code word “SuperFlex” for your welcome bonus at GTBets.eu and get in on the action on today's games! Super Flexible (@SuperFlexPod) – one of many podcasts from the great Dynasty Football Network (@DF_Network) – is hosted by John Hogue (@DFFDynastyDude), James Koutoulas (@DFF_TheBrain) and Travis Rasmussen (@TravisNFL), featuring weekly dynasty football content focused on alternate scoring settings. Special thanks to Heart and Soul Radio for their song, “The Addiction,” and special thanks to the Dynasty Football Network, the Dynasty Football Factory, and the entire #DFFArmy for all of the love and support! Follow the podcast on Twitter, @SuperFlexPod!
2640db40c1a36a942b27ffa98cbd1dd6Colts 5th Round Pick (159th Overall) Northern Iowa WR Daurice Fountain had trouble connecting to FaceTime so he decided to call in and share the excitement of joining T.Y. Hilton and the rest of the wide receiving corps with media reporter Caroline Cann.fullclean
Northern Iowa WR Daurice Fountain took time out of his preparation for the 2018 NFL Draft to talk with Connor Livesay. Sure he had an incredible College career, however, this is a "what have you done for me lately" league and dominating the East/West Shrine Bowl made this young man some serious benjamins come draft day. East/West Shrine Bowl Offensive MVP looks good on the resume. The NFL is a big stage and Mr. Fountain has clearly shown he can handle the glare of the spotlight. In his own words "I'm a football player." He certainly is. Livesay keeps it real, puts things in perspective and gives you an "up close" picture of a "top NFL Draft Prospect" for 2018. STL NFL Draft Talk with WR Daurice Fountain SportsTalkLine Podcast Connor Livesay Check back for more conversations from the SportsTalkLine.com network. #ConnorLivesay #NFL #NFLDraft #DauriceFountain
Northern Iowa WR Daurice Fountain went from a prospect on the bubble, to the player everyone was taking about after a strong showing at the East-West Shrine game. Fountain had scouts talking all through the week about how explosive he looked at practice, and didn't disappoint when the lights turned bright, winning offensive MVP honors for his performance in the game itself. Fountain joins the show to talk about his experience and how his life has changed. Also, Al rants about his "Patriots fatigue" as the guys react to the conference championship games.
Paul and Matt preview the 2018 East West Shrine Game in great detail. They break the down the offensive skill players by position. Some of the prospects they discuss in great detail include JT Barrett, Quinton Flowers, Riley Ferguson, Chase Edmonds, Ralph Webb, Justin Jackson, Phillip Lindsay, Jeff Badet, Bryce Bobo, Devonte Boyd, Jake Wieneke, Daurice Fountain, DaeSean Hamilton, Justin Watson, Jester Weah, Cam Serigne and more. Next they give a quick take on some of the top offensive linemen and defensive players that were generating the most buzz heading into the week and in the first two practices. Hosts: Matt Caraccio (@matty_os) Paul Perdichizzi (@paulie23ny) Editor: David Nakano (@kawikaNakano)