Bills’ Frank Gore becomes 4th running back to rush for 15,000 career yards

first_imgFrank Gore now has 15,000 rushing yards for his career after his 41-yard rush.— Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) September 29, 2019Gore is in his first season with Buffalo. He started his NFL career with the 49ers after he was drafted in the third round of the 2005 draft. He then spent three seasons with the Colts before having a one-year stint with the Dolphins. Related News “I’m just happy that I did come here,” Gore said earlier this week (via the Bills’ official website). “A bunch of great guys, great coaches. This type of team fit my style of play—toughness, physical and we are having fun together.”The Bills held a (3-0) record entering Sunday’s game against New England. Bills veteran Frank Gore reached an impressive milestone Sunday against the Patriots, becoming just the fourth running back to rush for 15,000 career yards. Gore went over the mark on a 41-yard run in the second quarter. He joins Emmitt Smith (18,355 yards), Walter Payton (16,726) and Barry Sanders (15,269) in the elite category.  Welcome to the 15,000-yard rush club, @frankgore! #GoBills #NEvsBUF📺: CBS📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile:— NFL (@NFL) September 29, 2019He also reached 252 yards for the season in the first half, marking the most in the first four games for a player that’s 36 years or older, Buffalo News notes. Kenny Stills injury update: Texans receiver (hamstring) questionable to return vs. Panthers Raiders’ Vontaze Burfict ejected for late helmet hit on Colts’ Jack Doyle Sean McDermott chased Bill Belichick’s son off field during warmupslast_img read more

Watmough dismisses retirement talk

first_imgA bullish Watmough has denied reports his career is over due to a chronic knee injury after struggling to get on the training paddock for most of the NRL pre-season.Late last year, Watmough admitted he at times feared for his playing future after struggling to run and walk following knee surgery.And while he is expected to miss the first few weeks of the new season, he has brushed off suggestions he is ready to hang up his boots.Watmough suffered a setback during a training mishap three weeks ago but he said he was not ready to call it quits.It’s been rumoured Parramatta had been applying pressure on the 303-game veteran to stand down, fearing he was past his best and would be little more than a passenger during the final three years of his contract.If Watmough was moved on, it would clear up the club’s salary cap strain, and provide coach Brad Arthur with the funds to chase former fullback Jarryd Hayne should he return from the NFL.However, Watmough hosed down suggestions he had discussed retirement with Arthur and felt threatened about his place at the club.”The only chats we’ve had this year have been about moving forward on the field and taking the club in the direction that we’re going,” Watmough told the Nine Network.”I spoke to Brad this morning and we had a chat and he’s like ‘mate, I don’t know where it’s come from’.”Watmough has defied pain for most of his career, which has included 14 games for NSW and 16 appearances for Australia, often playing injured.His 2015 campaign was cut short by a shoulder injury and he had surgery to repair his medial ligament in the off-season after putting off the procedure for several years.While injury-plagued, he said he was planning to play on as long as possible.”(Retirement) hasn’t even popped into my mind,” Watmough said.”There’s been a lot of talk but there hasn’t even been that conversation with my manager or sat down with Brad.”last_img read more