Final cut day might be the most important day of the year for winners of the James Mungro Memorial Award presented by (sponsor pending). The first cut gets rid of the stragglers. 494 more words
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The champ has already been crowned. The Lions’ team is already set. Legitimate college football is being played. I get it.
You don’t have a valid reason to watch the Lions play the Bills other than to scream at your TV like the overemotional chick in one of those terrible girl movies whenever there is a cutaway to Jim Schwartz. 498 more words
As men played for their jobs and coaches watched, deciding who to keep, I issued a challenge to four men: Go out and win the James Mungro Memorial Award presented by (sponsor pending). 834 more words
Jed Collins, Greg Hickman, George Johnson and George Winn all showed up to Lions OTAs as nobodies. In the months since then they’ve sacked and celebrated and ran and Jedded their way into our consciousness. 996 more words
Football came easy for Jacques McClendon.
In high school he was a three-year starter on offense and defense at the Baylor School in Chattanooga, TN. He earned All-State honors twice. 866 more words
An update on the former football winners of the JMMA: Jacques McClendon is in a fight for his career
Amid all the James Mungro Memorial Award presented by (sponsor pending) madness, we can’t overlook our former winners.
Rodney Austin seems fine. He took 28 snaps on offense on Saturday, the seventh most on the team, and played well. 415 more words
James Mungro Memorial Award Preview: The guide on which backups to watch when the Lions face the Browns
Another competition is upon us. Twelve years after James Mungro ran through, around and over the Cleveland Browns, 18 Detroit Lions will vie for the award in his name. 1,609 more words