We ain’t been to the playoffs for awhile, Ingram said. I think it’s going to be crazy. This Super Bowl we’re going to win, we’re ready. We’re grinding. We’re just going to keep grinding. We’re going to grind, grind, grind, grind, grind, grind, grind no matter what. That’s what our main objective goal is to win a Super Bowl. Keep fighting. Keep playing. Keep grinding. No matter what. That’s the goal: We’ve got to bring a Super Bowl to the city.
It ain’t added pressure. I was taught… if you want to do something, you’ve got to say you’re going to go do it, and then you’ve got to go do it. You can’t just say, ‘Well, we’re just trying to win a few games.’ Nah, that ain’t what we’re trying to do. We’re trying to win a Super Bowl.
At the deepest position in the NFL, Clark is standing out. For the Packers, receiving what should amount to six or seven years of in-prime play from a penetrating nose tackle is a massive hit on a 27th overall pick.
The team waived the quarterback and former second-round pick of the New York Jets on Tuesday, just three weeks after acquiring him.
The Raiders gave up a conditional seventh-round pick in 2019 to get a closer look at Hackenberg, who never played a single snap in two seasons with the Jets.
But Hackenberg received limited offseason work behind Derek Carr, EJ Manuel and Connor Cook.
Hackenberg, the No. 51 overall pick out of Penn State in 2016, was waived along with linebacker Brady Sheldon to make room for defensive tackles Ahtyba Rubin and Frostee Rucker.
Bridgewater, 25, takes pride in his fighting spirit. And he has no doubt where he got it from: his mother, Rose Murphy, who beat breast cancer when Bridgewater was a teenager.
It’s in my DNA, Bridgewater said. My mom, with her situation, battling breast cancer and defeating that. I just feel like that’s something she instilled in me and I’m glad that I have that trait.
When Bridgwater’s mother was battling cancer, she remained relentlessly upbeat.