DeShone Kizer back to normal after one of his ‘biggest fears’
DeShone Kizer experienced one of his biggest Cheap Youth Basketball Jerseys fears Sunday.
The Browns quarterback was forced to miss part of Sunday’s loss to the Ravens because of a migraine headache. The rookie from Notre Dame, who has experienced chronic migraines, said Monday getting a migraine during a game has been one of his biggest fears.
“It was bound to happen sometime for me, and I’d rather they’re in the season where I can learn from them and create a better plan,” Kizer told reporters. “It is nothing you can really control. You just try to keep yourself out of stressful positions and continue to have regular sleep habits and a good diet.”
Kizer said he only gets a migraine about twice a year, but he was back to normal Monday. He said he needs about 45 minutes to an hour to get over migraine symptoms. He was not sharp Sunday prior to the migraine and struggled upon his return, finishing his second career start 15 of 31 for 182 yards and three interceptions for a dismal passer rating of 27.3.
A reading of some of Johnson’s comments make it seem as though they have a reasonable chance of sticking around after the season ends Dec. 31 in Foxborough. Johnson said Design Cheap Jerseys Online he was “really impressed” with Bowles and praised the third-year coach’s ability to connect with players. He called Maccagnan an “extraordinary talent evaluator.”
Johnson was put in charge of the organization after his brother Woody, the Jets’ longtime owner, was confirmed as U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom in the offseason. Christopher Johnson said his brother is too busy being a diplomat to worry about football, but the two men are essentially on the same page.
“My brother said back early in the spring to not judge the team on wins and losses but (rather) progression and I agree with that,” Christopher Johnson said.