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    The Kenosha Kingfish mascot, King Elvis the First, stood no chance against Green Bay Packers running back AJ Dillon. Green Bay Packers running back AJ Dillon is one of the strongest running backs in the NFL. He does have the largest quads in the league after all. Tackling him with pads is hard enough, why would someone be crazy enough to do so without them? Kenosha Kingfish mascot, King Elvis the First, challenged Dillon in an Oklahoma drill at a celebrity softball game. As the two lay on their backs, they got up and went to tackle each other. Dillon won easily, as the mascot was launched into another dimension. Elvis vs. @ajdillon7 ended as expected… ???? @MiLBPromos @SportsCenter @espn @barstoolsports @packers pic.twitter.com/Z6WxYtddZS — Kenosha Kingfish (@KenoshaKingfish) July 17, 2022 AJ Dillon truck sticks Kenosha Kingfish mascot into another dimension As the Kingfish social media team excellently points out…this contest ended just how everyone expected. The Packers offense will look a bit different entering 2022 after the team traded away star wide receiver Davante Adams to the Las Vegas Raiders...
    Getty Aaron Jones #33 and AJ Dillon #28 of the Green Bay Packers works out during training camp at Ray Nitschke Field on July 28, 2021 in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin. AJ Dillon had a big challenge laid at his feet on Sunday night when star running back Aaron Jones went down with a knee injury and was forced out of the game for the Green Bay Packers. With Jones’ night ending, though, he looked at his running mate on the sideline and gave him one final directive against Seattle. “When he first exited the game, he looked at me and said, ‘Get the job done. Finish it off,'” Dillon told reporters in November 14’s postgame. “That’s like my big brother on the team. I love him to death, so for him to believe in me, that trust was great. I wanted to finish it off for him and the team, and we got it done as a team.” Dillon made it look easy in the final quarter against the Seahawks, rushing for a touchdown on each of the Packers’...
    How I Met Your Father Adds New Stars: What to Know About HIMYM Spinoff American Brands That Went Bankrupt During COVID © Provided by NBC Sports INDIANAPOLIS  – AJ Allmendinger will lead the field to green in Saturday afternoon’s Xfinity Series race after winning the pole on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course. The race is set 4 p.m. ET on NBCSN. “It’s pretty awesome to be on the pole for Indy,” Allmendinger told NBC Sports’ Parker Kligerman. Allmendinger will be joined on the front row by Austin Cindric. Justin Haley will start third and be followed by Justin Allgaier and Ty Gibbs, who was fastest in the first of two rounds of qualifying. Chase Elliott, subbing for Michael Annett, qualified 25th. Annettt is out as he recovers from leg surgery. Elliott ran five laps in the first round of qualifying to get adjusted to Annett’s JR Motorsports car. “Learning,” Elliott radioed the team toward the end of the first round of qualifying. “Just too slow.” Kevin Harvick qualified 16th. Austin Dillon qualified 19th. Read more about NASCAR Austin...
    For Green Bay Packers running back AJ Dillon, he can proudly call himself an apple sauce ambassador after all these years.  Who would have thought Green Bay Packers running back AJ Dillon had such a passion for apple sauce? As it turns out, the second-year running back has made it quite clear since his days at Boston College that he loves the snack and has no shame in how much he eats of it. Well, it turns out the kind folks at Mott’s found out about Dillon’s love for the delicious treat. They were so happy about things, they put an endorsement deal on the table for the Packers back. AJ “The Sauce” Dillon, nicknamed that because he devoured applesauce when he was younger (as he told @PatMcAfeeShow), is now an applesauce company’s first NFL athlete. Dreams really do come true. pic.twitter.com/xGOI9T9qJD — Matt Schneidman (@mattschneidman) July 14, 2021 AJ Dillon signing an apple sauce endorsement deal really is outstandingWith Dillon’s love for apple sauce, this really is a great fit. Who knew this is where his ‘The Sauce’ nickname...
    Green Bay Packers running back AJ Dillon has some of the best quads in the NFL and he sure has a great sense of humor about it.  With AJ Dillon getting ready for his second season with the Green Bay Packers, the power running back is already making plenty of noise at OTAs. While he’s impressed running the ball, it’s actually his quads that are stealing the show? Yes indeed. There’s no denying Dillon has tremendous quads, ones that Saquon Barkley is probably envious of. Dillon knows this, which is why he has no problem being arrogant about things, even referring to one as Quadzilla and the other as Quadfather. Wow. #Packers RB AJ Dillon took time to explain a few things about his quads today: *He says his quads are the biggest/strongest in the NFL.*He now has nicknames for both his quads*One quad is "Quadfather"*The other is "Quadzilla" He was very serious. He also plans to sell merch. pic.twitter.com/uKB7PtKHvK — NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) June 2, 2021 AJ Dillon has no problems admitting he’s got the best quads in the...
    (CBS)–The final week of the regular season is here.  Heading into Week 17, there are still numerous teams in both conferences fighting for a spot in the postseason. And if you’re still checking your fantasy lineup going into the league’s final weekend, that means your league’s championship is still up for grabs.  Waiver wire recommendations are here to help you get over the final hump and secure your league’s fantasy crown.  No need for small talk, let’s get right into it. Here are the top waiver wire adds for Week 17. QB Philip Rivers, Indianapolis Colts- Rivers was far from stellar in the Colts’ Week 16 loss to the Steelers. The veteran threw for 270 yards, one touchdown and one interception and lost a fumble in Indy’s disappointing loss in Pittsburgh. However, in the five games prior to this past Sunday, Rivers had thrown for multiple touchdowns in five straight games, with 11 touchdowns compared to just two interceptions. The Colts are playing for their season in Week 17, and you couldn’t ask for a better matchup than the league’s...
    To many, AJ Dillon is still an unknown. He’s been used sparingly as a Packers rookie. He played at a non-Playoff contender in college at Boston College. He wasn’t a first-round draft pick. But to those who watched Dillon at BC, or looked at his Combine numbers, or have seen his limited Green Bay action, he’s not an unknown — he’s a 6-foot tall, 247-pound human form of future greatness.  In Week 16, the Packers take on the Titans, which is the perfect time to take a look at Dillon. That’s because on the other sideline is Derrick Henry, the NFL’s leading rusher and its dominant big-bodied running back. Green Bay head coach Matt LaFleur was Henry’s offensive coordinator in Tennessee in 2018 before joining the Packers. It’s probably not a coincidence that Dillon ended up in Green Bay as a second-round selection. Packers star running back Aaron Jones is a free agent after the season, and paying RBs is always risky. Jamaal Williams likely will miss Sunday Night Football due to injury. That leaves Dillon, still just on...
    Pot, pay and gay marriage: Voters to decide hot-button issues on state ballots 12 restaurant chains have filed for bankruptcy in 2020 in the wake of the pandemic. See the full list. Packers Jamaal Williams, Kamal Martin out for 49ers game after being in close contact with AJ Dillon GREEN BAY - As expected after their addition to the Green Bay Packers’ injury report late Monday for being in close contact to running back AJ Dillon (who was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list), running back Jamaal Williams and linebacker Kamal Martin will miss Thursday’s game at San Francisco. NFL power rankings 9.0: Could Burrows Bengals play AFC spoiler rest of season? USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Why Packers won’t have RB Jamaal Williams and LB Kamal Martin vs. 49ers SMG Mark Donovan details how Chiefs made Arrowhead Stadium a polling center NFL These teams have frustrating fantasy situations | 4 fantasy football things to know For The Win Report: Patriots set an asking price...
    Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey and Packers running back AJ Dillon both tested positive for COVID-19 in their PCR tests Sunday. But those results didn’t come back until Monday morning, and both Humphrey and Dillon played in their team’s game after taking the test that would come back positive. Humphrey played all 53 defensive snaps in Baltimore’s Week 8 loss to Pittsburgh, while Dillon played 17 offensive snaps in Green Bay’s loss to Minnesota. While the NFL and its experts have found no evidence of on-field transmission, per NFL Network, the news of Humphrey and Dillon’s positive tests still means at least two athletes played in games Sunday while carrying the coronavirus. The NFL entered the season with the plan to conduct COVID-19 tests six days a week, exlcuding game days. The view on game-day testing began to change after a Titans outbreak seemingly started in part because of a lack of game-day testing. Beginning in Week 6, NFL teams were required to conduct COVID-19 tests every day of the week, including game days. MORE: NFL COVID rules, explained By that...
    The Green Bay Packers rookie AJ Dillon has tested positive for COVID-19 The Green Bay Packers suffered a crushing 28-22 loss Sunday at home to NFC North rival Minnesota. However, in a game where Aaron Rodgers needs as many weapons as possible, he could be playing with a lighter deck.
    AJ Dillon is already turning heads at Packers camp, and head coach Matt LaFleur’s assessment especially stands out . The Green Bay Packers went against the expected grain during the 2020 NFL Draft, trading up to take a quarterback in the first round and following that by taking running back AJ Dillon in the second round. With Aaron Jones entering a contract year, Dillon could be Green Bay’s No. 1 back in 2021. After drafting Dillon, general manager Brian Gutekunst made reference to Eddie Lacy as a big back the Packers have had in a prominent role. Dillon was listed at 6-foot and 247 pounds during the pre-draft process. Speaking to reporters on Saturday, via Rob Demovsky of ESPN, Packers head coach Matt LaFleur offered an interesting appraisal of Dillon’s physical build. “He has got some massive legs,” Packers head coach Matt LaFleur said, via Rob Demovsky of ESPN. “That’s something we talked about with our staff, we have not seen a running back built like that — not in my career, that I’ve been around.” Everyday must be leg day...
    Green Bay Packers running back AJ Dillon has tree trunks for thighs and that may be selling the second-round pick’s quads a little bit short. Packers running back AJ Dillon doesn’t skip leg day like the Chad’s who frequent your local gym. The second-round pick out of Boston College is listed at 6-feet and 247 pounds, but most of that weight has to be centered on his thighs because this dude has never skipped a leg day in his life. Dillon showed up to Packers training camp looking to be in the best shape of his life and ready to run through a brick wall with thighs that look like they could squat a horse.AJ Dillon must work outCheck out this image of Dillon and his thunderous thighs taken by ESPN’s Rob Demovsky that is going viral on Saturday morning. Everyday must be leg day for @ajdillon7 pic.twitter.com/PlGxap3tpa — Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) August 15, 2020 It came as a little bit of a surprise when the Packers spent a second-round pick on Dillon in the 2020 NFL Draft. Not...
    Medgars wings must be clapping: With Mississippi flag vote, Myrlie Evers hopes America can come together 22 Companies That Have Filed for Bankruptcy Since the Pandemic Began — and 16 That Could Be Next Packers sign second-round pick AJ Dillon to rookie deal The Packers have formally signed second-round pick AJ Dillon, as he announced on Twitter. The running back out of Boston College is set to earn $5.29M over the course of his four-year deal, per the terms of his slot at No. 62 overall. That sum includes a $1.404M signing bonus. © Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports AJ Dillon was a stud at Boston College. Dillon dazzled as a frosh, running for 1,589 yards and 14 touchdowns. He was slowed a bit by a leg injury in 2018, but he came roaring back last year. In his final year at BC, Dillon posted 1,685 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns while putting together one heck of a highlight reel. Among his brightest moments — a pair of 200-yard games, against NC State and Syracuse. Dillon, who once thought his...
    PITTSBURGH, PA - NOVEMBER 30: AJ Dillon #2 of the Boston College Eagles reacts after rushing for a touchdown during the third quarter against the Pittsburgh Panthers at Heinz Field on November 30, 2019 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images) AJ Dillon officially signed his rookie deal with the Green Bay Packers, which means the future is now.  Whether or not Matt LaFluer’s vision for the Green Bay Packers pans out is irrelevant to the fact that the new era has arrived. By drafting Jordan Love in the first round of this year’s draft, and then subsequently making further curious decisions, LaFluer’s fingerprints are all over Green Bay and now we get to see what that will look like. Aside from drafting Love, the Packers raised eyebrows by selecting Boston College running back AJ Dillon in the second-round — a lot higher than a team with an established running back would take such a swing. That’s what LaFluer and the Packers did, however, as the idea seems to be to pair Dillon with Aaron Jones and give Aaron...
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