Boy was June a busy month. A lot of things happen in the world of football, but we have you covered here at afootballaddict.com. From Reggie Bush’s comeback to USC, to ups and downs of fantasy football for the month, let’s look back at what happened during the month of June.
In 2010 Reggie Bush was banished and disassociated with the University of Southern California after an NCAA investigation proved Bush received “improper” benefits such as being paid at USC and having a sports agency pay for a house for his parents to live in (Which is ironically now becoming something legal in the state of California). In 2017 however, the NCAA ruled any mandated disassociation with a player not to exceed the term length of 10 years.
Click to see more on how USC welcomed home possibly the best Trojan to step on the football field.
Top Five 2020 NFL MVP Candidates (6/12/20)
We just finished up talking about the Rookie of the Year races, now its time to look at the big boys table. I called Patrick Mahomes. I called Lamar Jackson next. Who is afootballaddict.com taking as their early favorite to win the 2020 NFL MVP?
Check out who made the cut in with the link above.
2020 was going to be a bright season for San Francisco 49er’s wide receiver Deebo Samuel, but suddenly things have come to a hult. The team reported on Thursday that Samuel underwent surgery to repair a Jones fracture in his left foot.
Click to see just how long he will have to miss, and what this could mean for the 49ers going forward.
It finally happened. Jamal Adams has officially asked to be traded from the New York Jets. This came shortly after Adams had finished a long IG comment with “Maybe it’s time to move on!” Jamal Adams has reportedly given a list of seven teams he would agree to be traded to.
Check out who Adams could look to be traded too before this season starts.
Dak Prescott Signs Franchise Tender (6/21/20)
Cowboys Nation can finally breathe, at least for this season. Dak Prescott signed his one-year tender with the Dallas Cowboys, holding him accountable to show up and be the starting quarterback for this year. Dallas will have until July 15th to come to terms on a long term deal with Dak Prescott.
Check out just how much Prescott will be making this year, and what this means for the Cowboys offense in 2020.
aFootballAddict’s Fantasy Football Stock Report (6/18/20-6/25/20)
The fantasy football season is underway, and we are here to give you the latest on players rising, falling, and all other fantasy football trends! Check out the rising and falling players by position for the month of June.
- Quarterbacks (6/18/20)
- D/ST (6/20/20)
- Tight Ends (6/23/20)
- Wide Receivers (6/24/20)
- Running Backs (6/25/20)
The wait to see where Cam Newton is going to start his revenge tour is finally over, and depending on who you root for, this one might sting a little. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Sunday night that Newton had agreed to a one year deal with the New England Patriots.
Check out the article to see the contract details, and what this means for New England’s offense going forward.
Mack Brown is turning the University of North Carolina around extremely fast, and Tony Grimes is the latest example of that. The nation’s No. 1 cornerback in the Class of 2021 committed to the Tar Heels on Wednesday afternoon. UNC now has the 3rd highest recruiting class in the Class of 2021.