15 Jun 2006, 12:44pm by Michael David Smith
OK, this is just getting ridiculous. Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry was charged Wednesday with providing alcohol to three underage females, his fourth arrest in the last seven months. As Deadspin noted, NFL players have such short careers; it's important to pack in as much as you can, while you can. If this weren't Henry's fourth arrest, the most interesting part of the story would be that one of the underage females Henry provided with alcohol accused him of rape, but after changing her story police charged her with a misdemeanor count of filing a false police report.
42 comments, Last at 19 Jun 2006, 9:26am by a regular here
14 Jun 2006, 03:46pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Dr. Z offers an interesting perspective on how quickly injured quarterbacks can go from heroes to liabilities. And there's even a poem!
31 comments, Last at 16 Jun 2006, 12:09pm by Mr Shush
14 Jun 2006, 01:34pm by P. Ryan Wilson
At this rate Chicago may not be able to field a team come September. CB Nathan Vasher is the latest Bear to skip out on OTAs because he's unhappy with his current rookie deal ... a deal that still has two years remaining.
39 comments, Last at 16 Jun 2006, 1:46am by Tom Kelso
13 Jun 2006, 02:51pm by P. Ryan Wilson
I didn't comment on Ben Roethlisberger's motorcycle mishap yesterday because I had to schedule an emergency session with my therapist on how to cope with the idea of Charlie Batch as the Steelers starting quarterback. Well, according to Ed Bouchette, I have one less thing to worry about because Roethlisberger will likely play in the season opener. How this is possible after seeing the crash scene photos is beyond me. If Daunte Culpepper and Roethlisberger both play in the Thursday night opener, the game should be renamed the Hospital Bowl.
56 comments, Last at 16 Jun 2006, 9:50pm by Luz
13 Jun 2006, 12:00pm by P. Ryan Wilson
The Eagles have extended the contrat of their 2004 first-round pick G Shawn Andrews. The details of the seven-year deal weren't released, but the article reports that, "Andrews' agent, Rich Moran, said his client was 'set for life' ... smiled when asked if a report that Andrews would make between $11 million and $12 million in 2006 were accurate." Not bad for a guy who weighed close to 400 lbs. when he was drafted. (free registration/bugmenot required)
19 comments, Last at 14 Jun 2006, 11:57am by Pat
12 Jun 2006, 01:30pm by Aaron Schatz
"A witness told [Pittsburgh TV station WTAE] that Roethlisberger went over the handlebars, hit the windshield of another vehicle, then hit the ground. Roethlisberger was reportedly not wearing a helmet at the time of the accident." Roethlisberger broke his jaw, a sinus, and most of his teeth, and there are conflicting reports about whether he injured his knees or just had road burn take off the skin.
309 comments, Last at 17 Jun 2006, 10:33am by Melish
12 Jun 2006, 12:31pm by Michael David Smith
Peter King writes that the perfect summer road trip might be watching NFL team training camps.
22 comments, Last at 14 Jun 2006, 11:04am by Dan Riley
11 Jun 2006, 05:57pm by P. Ryan Wilson
If you ever wanted to know how not to make a football team, Onterrio Smith provides the blueprint: "Smith came to camp roughly 20 pounds overweight, sat out the pre-season opener with a foot injury and then managed just seven yards on two carries and fumbled in his lone game action... 'We just couldn't find a way to get him on the roster,' said Blue Bombers general manager Brendan Taman."
13 comments, Last at 12 Jun 2006, 6:04pm by Bobman
11 Jun 2006, 09:51am by P. Ryan Wilson
Memo to Jim Otto: Dude, relax. (free registration/bugmenot required)
41 comments, Last at 14 Jun 2006, 2:01pm by dryheat
09 Jun 2006, 02:54pm by admin
Hey, folks, a new little feature here at Football Outsiders. Reader Joseph Cortazzo compiled a list of all the websites devoted to tracking the salary cap status of specific teams. We've put them all on the links page, so you can check them out. If we missed one, please let us know. Also, if anyone is a fan of a team that's not on the list, and wants to do all the work required to keep one of these pages updated, we would be happy to host it here at FO.
12 comments, Last at 11 Jun 2006, 2:59pm by Ben
Short-yardage passing had a good year, except at the end of the Super Bowl. We look at the return of quarterback runs, the rise in pass-happy strategy, and 2014 success rates for offense and defense.