Pro Canes Update: Week 15

Pro Canes Update: Week 15

Matthew_Suero
Week 15 of the NFL season has come and gone. Here is your Pro Canes Update.

Frank Gore had 23 carries for 59 yards and a touchdown. He also had a six yard touchdown catch.

Braxton Berrios had two catches for nine yards and an 18 yard punt return.

Jimmy Graham had two catches for 25 yards. David Njoku had one catch for 22 yards. Christopher Herndon had three catches for 48 yards.

Ereck Flowers, KC McDermott, Brandon Linder, Jon Feleciano, and Tyree St. Louis all got playing time along the offensive line.

Al-Quadin Muhammad had two takles and one QB hit. Calais Campbell had one tackle. Olivier Vernon had three tackles, one TFL, and QB hit.

Rayshawn Jenkins had four tackles. Sheldrick Redwine had eight tackles.

Michael Badgley was three for three on extra points and made a 22 yard field goal. Pat O’Donnell had one punt for 44 yards.
 

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Lamar Miller was signed off of the Bears Practice Squad by Washington on Dec. 17. Brandon Linder was placed on the IR (ankle) by Jacksonville on Dec. 16 and will miss the rest of the season since there are only three games remaining. Adrian Carter was activated from the IR by the Giants on Dec. 16. Danny Isidora was poached off of the Chiefs Practice Squad by Pittsburgh on Dec. 15. Ray-Ray Armstrong was released by Seattle on Dec. 15, but recently had a tryout with Baltimore on Dec. 18. Although Seattle designated Greg Olsen for return from IR on Dec. 16, Olsen remains on the Seahawks IR according to their online roster.

Some non-roster news: Baltimore's Calais Campbell was selected for the 2021 Pro Bowl. It's Campbell's third straight selection to the Pro Bowl and his seventh time in all (not counting his first selection as an Alternate in 2014). Since the Pro Bowl will be played "virtually" in 2021, there presumably won't be need for alternate player picks in 2021 - since all the chosen stars won't have to actually play in a real game.
 
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If Calais cab get himself 8 more sacks - 100. Is he touching HOF status. Remember, he is one of the most celebrated and admired guys in the game. That will carry great weight in the process

I dont think he is, but maybe veterans committee type?
 
In addition to his Pro Bowl selections, here are Calais Campbell's other major awards as a Pro:
2020 NFL All-Decade Team for 2010’s (at DE, Pro HOF)
2020 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award
2020 Top 10 Colorado-born NFL’ers (#2, Denver Post - NFL HOF tailback Dutch Clark was #1)
2019 NFL All-Pro 2nd Team (Pro Football Focus), All-NFC 1st Team (Pro Football Weekly)
2019 Cardinals 100th Anniversary All-Time Top 100 (#37)
2018 Bart Starr Award (outstanding character and leadership in the home, on the field & in the community)
2017 All-Pro 1st Team (AP at DT, Pro Football Writers), All-Pro 2nd Team (AP at DE, Pro Football Focus), All-NFC 1st Team (Pro Football Weekly)
2016 All-Pro 1st Team (Pro Football Focus)
2014 All-Pro 2nd Team (AP), All-NFC 1st Team (Pro Football Weekly)
2011 All-Pro 2nd Team (Pro Football Focus)
 
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Frank Gore is the only HOF.. If Jimmy Graham stayed with the Saints he we would definitely been a HOF no doubt.
 
In addition to his Pro Bowl selections, here are Calais Campbell's other major awards as a Pro:
2020 NFL All-Decade Team for 2010’s (at DE, Pro HOF)
2020 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award
2020 Top 10 Colorado-born NFL’ers (#2, Denver Post - NFL HOF tailback Dutch Clark was #1)
2019 NFL All-Pro 2nd Team (Pro Football Focus), All-NFC 1st Team (Pro Football Weekly)
2019 Cardinals 100th Anniversary All-Time Top 100 (#37)
2018 Bart Starr Award (outstanding character and leadership in the home, on the field & in the community)
2017 All-Pro 1st Team (AP at DT, Pro Football Writers), All-Pro 2nd Team (AP at DE, Pro Football Focus), All-NFC 1st Team (Pro Football Weekly)
2016 All-Pro 1st Team (Pro Football Focus)
2014 All-Pro 2nd Team (AP), All-NFC 1st Team (Pro Football Weekly)
2011 All-Pro 2nd Team (Pro Football Focus)

Not sure he makes the HOF. But Campbell has been a baller for so long, it's hard to believe he won't be in the conversation.

Gore is a LEGEND. If he isn't inducted in his first year of eligibility it will be because of politics.
 
Gore is a HOF, no question. Should be first ballot.

Campbell, yes. Dominant for three teams, and one of the best DL for a decade. 100+ sacks if he plays another season or two. As a reference, Warren Sapp retired with 96.5 sacks, and most of his last few seasons with the Raiders were ‘meh’. Sapp was DPOY, won a SB, and a media darling. First ballot, and well deserved first ballot.

Campbell should be HOF, but perhaps not first ballot, depending on who else is eligible.
 

2021 Commits

S
6'5"
220
Fort Lauderdale, FL
DT
6'4"
265
Miami, FL
OG
6'2"
295
Miami, FL
WR
5'9"
190
Miami, FL
DE
6'5"
210
Miami, FL
WR
6'2"
180
Miami, FL
RB
6'0"
225
Hollywood, FL
TE
6'4"
210
Frisco, TX
STR
6'3"
190
Melbourne, FL
S
5'11"
200
Miami, FL

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