“The Raiders are going to rebuild the team in his image.”-Channing Crowder
Channing Crowder of 560 WQAM CBS Sports Radio joins Mo and Mel of GirlChat Sports on Wednesday to discuss who are the best pass rushers/DEs at the 2019 NFL Combine.
Who is favored to win tonight’s game between the Florida Panthers and Vegas Golden Knights?
Crowder said, “Jon Gruden is looking for the next Khalil Mack, Von Miller, or Cam Wake.”
Channing Crowder likes Clemson Tigers edge defender Clelin Ferrell to potentially replace Khalil Mack in Oakland.
According to NFL Scouts, Ferrell brings variety and well timed strikes. Flexible in his rush plans and can long arm tackles around the edge, rip/dip his way through a soft angle, work back inside with an arm over/shallow swim…pace of play is not a problem and effectively takes visual feedback to string together moves.
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