07 Mar 2006, 02:56pm by P. Ryan Wilson
I'm really curious about this, do Lions fans consider this good news or are they ready to forget the whole thing and usher in the Drew Brees era? If anybody can resurrect a quarterback's career, it's Mike Martz, right Mrs. Warner?
48 comments, Last at 09 Mar 2006, 8:41pm by empty13
07 Mar 2006, 12:40pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Wait, you mean that NFL teams aren't being totally forthright when they talk up one prospect while dismissing another? The Tennessean takes a look.
12 comments, Last at 08 Mar 2006, 11:09am by empty13
06 Mar 2006, 07:14pm by Aaron Schatz
Wanted to pass this along from Dan Lewis, who some of you may remember wrote an essay in last year's PFP. Dan and his friends have started a new site called ArmchairGM.com, which they call "the world's first world-writable sports blog and encyclopedia." It's basically a public sports news and commentary site based around the Wikipedia engine. Anyone can write an opinion article, report sports news, or contribute to what they hope
will be the Internet's most thorough sports encyclopedia, with no registration required. Head on over and check it out.
3 comments, Last at 06 Mar 2006, 8:42pm by Darrel
06 Mar 2006, 06:33pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Guess what Peter King discusses this week? That's right, it looks like Adam Vinatieri's run with the Patriots is over. He also mentions something about a labor dispute too.
95 comments, Last at 08 Mar 2006, 9:59pm by empty13
06 Mar 2006, 09:22am by P. Ryan Wilson
Instead of renegotiating his current deal -- one that required the Redskins to pay him a $6.5 million roster bonus -- Lavar Arrington "essentially agreed to give money back -- and forfeit the upcoming roster bonus -- so that the Redskins could get some needed cap relief while allowing him to find another team through free agency."
33 comments, Last at 07 Mar 2006, 2:45pm by JasonK
06 Mar 2006, 01:01am by Aaron Schatz
From Jay Glazer: "FOXSports.com has learned that the Seattle Seahawks have agreed to terms with Pro-Bowl running back Shaun Alexander on a whopping eight-year, $62 million deal that includes a total of more than $15 million in the first year in bonuses (signing and roster) and salary." FO has always believed that running backs were fairly replaceable. More and more teams seem to agree with that statement, leading to a glut of running backs on the market. That may have started to tip the scales the other way, so that the best running backs are actually undervalued.
51 comments, Last at 08 Mar 2006, 6:18pm by coltrane23
05 Mar 2006, 08:00pm by P. Ryan Wilson
From Jay Glazer: "Teams had been under the pretense that if they were going to release players to get under the $94.5 million salary cap it had to be done by 6 p.m [Sunday night] ... The league, however, has notified teams that this deadline has now been pushed back to 10 p.m."
64 comments, Last at 08 Mar 2006, 9:58pm by empty13
05 Mar 2006, 12:59pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Admittedly, I don't know anything about new offensive coordinator Tom Walsh, but is anybody else troubled by the fact that he's been running a bed and breakfast the last few years and has been out of football since 1999?
15 comments, Last at 06 Mar 2006, 12:11pm by JonL
05 Mar 2006, 12:13pm by Michael David Smith
Sunday morning update: Gene Upshaw, the executive director of the NFL Players Association, told the Washington Post via e-mail early this morning that the parties had scheduled another meeting in New York and were "now in the area where we will get a deal. I think it may be there. It comes down to a few final points."
41 comments, Last at 05 Mar 2006, 10:00pm by empty13
03 Mar 2006, 05:13pm by P. Ryan Wilson
We've all grown accustomed to the maniacal rantings from the Page 2 regulars, but Bomani Jones writes one of the most fascinating pieces for The Site in some time. Yeah, Vince Young may or may not be illiterate based on his Wonderlic performance, but maybe the real intelligence test question should be: Why did you hire some criminal lawyer to be your agent and your uncle/middle school teacher/coach to be your business manager when neither have any experience in dealing with the NFL? And part two of the question: Are you still hiring?
113 comments, Last at 10 Feb 2007, 11:34pm by hmm
Which team has consistently been the biggest loser when it comes to draft-pick trades? Exactly the team you'd expect.