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After being fired by the New York Giants after a 2-10 start last season, it appears Ben McAdoo is officially on his way out of the Garden State, as his 7,500-square-foot Franklin Lakes home hit the Phil Dawson Jersey market聽over the weekend for just under $3 million, according to its Trulia listing.
According to property records, the property was last assessed at a little over $1.5 million. Property taxes for the home were $33,427 in 2017.
McAdoo, and his wife, Toni, bought the home for $2.23 million in May 2016, a few months after he was promoted from offensive coordinator to head coach of the Giants. In his first year, the Giants thrived, going 11-5 and making the playoffs, but 2017 was disastrous and injury-filled. The Giants fired McAdoo after the team started the season 2-10.
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Since his firing, McAdoo has not found another job in NFL, although, it would be no surprise to see him as an assistant again elsewhere in the NFL. He has worked in the NFL in some capacity since 2004. McAdoo is originally from Homer City, Pennsylvania.
Now a free agent after being cut loose, Fleener is apparently working his way back to full health. Saints coach Sean Payton told reporters on Saturday that Fleener is working through the process of being medically cleared to play.
The Saints don’t necessarily have a tight end firmly locked in ahead of Fleener if he is able to make it back, with Josh Hill, Benjamin Watson, and Michael Hoomanawanui as the leading contenders for snaps at the position.
The Baltimore Ravens have a Super Bowl-winning quarterback in Joe Flacco, but they weren’t able to field a high-level passing attack last season. They averaged just 189.4 yards per game through the air (29th in the NFL), and a lot of that had to do with a lackluster receiving corps.
That is why Baltimore made it a point to add new pass-catchers this offseason. The Ravens signed Michael Crabtree, John Brown and Willie Snead. They then added former South Carolina tight end Hayden Hurst in the draft.