The Oakland Raiders announced the signing of free-agent wide receiver Jordy Nelson on Thursday. Financial details weren’t disclosed, but Nelson inked a two-year contract worth $15 million with $13 million guaranteed, NFL Network analyst James Jones (also his former teammate) reports. Nelson will likely start alongside Amari Cooper following the reported release of Michael Crabtree. The 32-year-old’s streak of 1,000-yard seasons was stopped at three in 2017, as he struggled without his longtime quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
So, we know the Giants blew away the Patriots financially, because Boston has some of the best hospitals in the world and that’s where Hudson has been receiving his treatment. Houston and Cleveland were also in Solder’s final four. Houston has MD Anderson and Cleveland has the Cleveland Clinic. Solder could not have chosen four better cities known for their cancer centers.
The Giants surely were able to ease any concern Solder had about his son’s future treatment with information about Sloan Kettering in Manhattan and the Children’s Cancer Institute at Hackensack Hospital where the Giants have participated in fundraising efforts.
That’s just what hit me the hardest, when you walk into a hospital or see a sick child, I hated to see that, he said.
Ebron was released by the Detroit Lions after four seasons, having failed to live up to his lofty draft status. However, the athletic tight end is just 24 years old and has three 500-yard seasons on his resume, including a 61-catch, 711-yard campaign in 2015 in just 13 games. All three interested teams already have locked-in starters at tight end but are likely doing their due diligence on one of the more intriguing offensive names left on the market.
I hated to see a child not having just a great childhood. I thought of my childhood and it was easy. It was all fun and games and school and friends and family, there were no struggles, and they shouldn’t be struggling, stuck in a hospital for certain periods of time, where they have cancer and have to go through chemotherapy. I just hated it for the kids.
Nate was giving Hudson a bath when he felt a lump on the left side of his belly. He and his wife Lexi didn’t know what it was and were praying it would just go away. A few days later, it was still there. That began the journey that led to Hudson being diagnosed with kidney cancer. Hudson was treated with chemotherapy and the sight of a tube sticking out of his chest and needles stuck in him was overwhelming.