CLEVELAND — Jordan Lynch won’t make the Bears’ 53-man roster, even though there is something attractive about having a backup running back who passed for more than 6,000 yards
When Tim Tebow came into the NFL, even as a first-round draft choice of the Denver Broncos, he had elite college credentials, but in the end turned out to be not good enough as a passer to make it
Rod Carey and the Northern Illinois Huskies are about to find out what life is like without star Jordan Lynch.
The NFL and Players Association have agreed to raise the limit on practice squad players for 2014-15, from eight to 10.
Losing Jordan Lynch, the Huskies are obviously going to have a different look on the offensive side of the ball this season.