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Balls.ie NFL Crash Course: Who to follow on Twitter.
Twitter is a fantastic mine of information for the NFL. These are some of the accounts that you should be following.
Adam Schefter is one of ESPN’s main NFL reporters and is a must follow for breaking news regarding the NFL.
And who would have thought: with
@jones_drew32 reporting to Jaguars today, the last unsettled contracts involve the NFL and officials.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 2, 2012
Ross Tucker is the host of ESPN’s Football Today podcast and was an offensive lineman with the Bills, the Patriots and several other teams.
Doubt any team will do Hard Knocks next year with criticism Ireland, Philbin, & even Tannehill are receiving. Why would you?
— Ross Tucker (@RossTuckerNFL) August 30, 2012
Jason La Canfora is the NFL Network’s main information man and is always quick with the latest breaking news.
Amukamura and Nicks don’t practice for Giants today. Cowboys list Jenkins and Witten as limited participation. Ratliff did not take part
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) September 2, 2012
ProFootballTalk is a website dedicated to all the latest NFL news.
More proof that replacement officials can’t take the heat wp.me/p14QSB-51io
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) September 3, 2012
Matthew Berry is ESPN’s senior fantasy NFL analyst.
Keep in mind MJD had a NFL high 343 rushes (M Turner nxt w/301) & offensive touches 386 (R Rice nxt w/ 367.) last yr. I expect less this yr
— Matthew Berry (@MatthewBerryTMR) September 2, 2012
Parody account of NFL coaching legend John Madden. Always good for a laugh.
Labor Day allows us to have a Monday without work, or what Terrell Owens calls “normal”
— Faux John Madden (@FauxJohnMadden) September 3, 2012
Bill Simmons’s the the host of the BS Report podcast and editor-in-chef of Grantland.com.
— Bill Simmons (@sportsguy33) September 3, 2012
Michael Lombardi is an NFL Network analyst and former NFL executive.
Always a tough day in the NFL for many players getting released, but getting on the practice squad allows them to keep chasing their dream
— Michael Lombardi (@michaelombardi) August 31, 2012
Peter King is Sports Illustrated’s senior NFL writer and author of the ‘Monday Morning Quarterback’ column.
NFL says ref union’s “abrupt change in position … made it impossible to make any progress toward a prompts settlement.”
— Peter King (@SI_PeterKing) September 2, 2012
Andrew Brandt is ESPN’s senior business analyst. A good follow for a better understanding of the financial of the game.
Crucial issue w/NFL-Refs is pension: NFL wants to move to a defined contribution, as many teams have, Refs want to continue plan.
— Andrew Brandt (@adbrandt) September 3, 2012
Mike Pereira is former Vice President of Officiating with the NFL and the current Fox Sports rules analyst. Worth following for a better understanding of the rules of the NFL.
Good roughing the QB call. High hit that is totally unnecessary.
— Mike Pereira (@MikePereira) August 18, 2012
Cian Fahey is one of Ireland’s few dedicated NFL writers. He writes for US sports section of The Guardian amongst others and is always willing to answer questions. (Corkman).
Sheesh. Raiders getting rid of Van Dyke. Their CB situation is worst in NFL.
— Cian Fahey (@Cianaf) September 3, 2012