Joe Mays

Los Angeles Chargers #57 - Linebacker

  • Born: 07/06/85
  • Age: 36
  • Height: 5'11"
  • Weight: 244
  • Seasons: 2008

Broncos snap review from game 5


How some playing time changes had a huge impact on the outcome of the game for the Denver Broncos in Week 5.

Future Broncos: Top small-school prospects for the 2019 NFL Draft


It’s not just the FBS that pumps out quality talent for the NFL Draft. Over the past few years, there has been an uptick in high-level prospects from the FCS and beyond who have made an impact in...

The Eagles’ All-Decade Preseason Team


Remembering summer legends of lore.

Comparing the Broncos inside linebacker position group


The Denver Broncos inside linebackers are vital in both run support and tight end coverage.

How Rob Ninkovich's injury affects the Patriots


With Rob Ninkovich expected to miss the next four to six weeks potentially due to his triceps injury, we'll take a closer look at how his injury effects the rest of the team and what may need to be...

Evaluating John Elway and the Broncos front office


With the fast-paced/365 nature of the NFL, there is barely time for reflection on the past season before we're on to what's next for 2016 and how the Broncos will build the roster to make a run for...

FA Profile: DeMeco Ryans


Is DeMeco Ryans the next Joe Mays? Would the Chiefs even make room for a veteran linebacker? These are the questions I was asking when I heard the Philadelphia Eagles cut DeMeco Ryans on Tuesday....

Housekeeping needed before free agency begins

While free agency gets the headlines, the Chargers have some serious housekeeping to take care of before they're ready to entertain free agent targets. Here is Jamie Hoyle's guide to the 2016...

Which Chargers free agents could Jaguars go after?


Are there any Chargers players that the Jaguars could target not named Eric Weddle?

Washington Redskins 2016 Draft Profile: Deion Jones, OLB


Hogs Haven takes a look at 2016 NFL Draft prospects that could contribute to the Redskins.

HT: Broncos stifle Chargers


With a victory over San Diego and New England's loss to Philly, the Broncos now control their playoff future. Sunday was a great day for the Broncos.