24 Mar 2006, 02:47pm by P. Ryan Wilson
I know we've talked this to death, but this article reads like an E! True Hollywood Story and provides an inside look at Joey Harrington's final days in Detroit (cue dramatic music and Robert Stack voice over).
39 comments, Last at 30 Mar 2006, 4:55am by Keith
24 Mar 2006, 12:59am by Aaron Schatz
Now that, my friends, is a perfect fit. Team with best receiver in football, but terrible depth at the position, gets an excellent possession receiver who can catch tough passes across the middle and keep defenses from sticking five guys on Steve Smith. Keary Colbert, please enjoy this delicious consolation prize, a box of Rice o' Roni's new "Bench Splinters" flavor.
45 comments, Last at 27 Mar 2006, 6:46pm by Green Bay for Life
23 Mar 2006, 02:54pm by P. Ryan Wilson
So much for hoping Mike Vanderjagt ended up in New England. Now that he's a Cowboy, I'll conservatively set the over/under for the inevitable T.O./Vanderjagt locker room scuffle at Week 2.
55 comments, Last at 27 Mar 2006, 4:20pm by Brandon
23 Mar 2006, 11:59am by P. Ryan Wilson
Everybody has an opinion on Vince Young's pro day workout yesterday. He ran around a 4.6-forty, threw 57 passes with only five incompletions (and a couple of those were drops), and showed off a strong arm. Some scouts still have questions about Young making, "certain drops and throws," but those concerns can be addressed in private workouts.
75 comments, Last at 27 Mar 2006, 6:53pm by Green Bay for Life
22 Mar 2006, 07:42pm by Aaron Schatz
I think the league is finally on the right track here. They admit there is a problem, and they even sound like they might take FO's advice: simplify the rules, rather than making them more complicated. Take the little ticky-tack stuff that we all know happens on every play and make it legal.
92 comments, Last at 26 Mar 2006, 1:41pm by GlennW
22 Mar 2006, 02:55pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Here's an interesting article from the Boston Globe on how taxpayer-financed sports stadiums offer next to nothing in the way of economic benefits for the cities in which they're built. In other news, the Arizona Cardinals are all set to open their $355 million stadium -- complete with a retractable roof and a retractable field -- in August.
39 comments, Last at 12 Jul 2006, 8:53pm by Johnny Jock
21 Mar 2006, 10:10pm by Michael David Smith
The Falcons, Jets and Broncos appear to be putting the finishing touches on a trade that will give Abraham, a third-rounder in this year's draft and a fourth-rounder in 2007 to the Falcons, the 29th pick in the draft to the Jets, and the 15th pick in the draft to the Broncos. Feel free to speculate here about what the Jets will do with the 29th pick and what the Broncos will do with the 15th. Are more trades with those picks coming?
55 comments, Last at 29 Mar 2006, 6:56am by TCA
21 Mar 2006, 08:55pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Huh. Didn't see that coming. Now all that's left is for Mike Vanderjagt to sign with the Patriots.
148 comments, Last at 27 Mar 2006, 11:26pm by Sid
21 Mar 2006, 05:10pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Don Banks gives us his free agency winners and losers in a column that's sure to create some controversy (which is the idea, I suppose). It's easy to argue with such lists, but I'll just point out one thing: Banks notes the Redskins are losers because of -- you guessed it -- their impending salary cap doom. Has a team had a better free agency than Washington?
63 comments, Last at 22 Mar 2006, 3:40pm by Ron Mexico
21 Mar 2006, 12:39pm by Aaron Schatz
Yesterday, the Cleveland Browns dealt safety Chris Crocker to Atlanta for a fourth-round pick. This leaves just nine draft picks from the Butch Davis Era (2001-2004) still on the team. Only three of those players are starters: linebackers Andra Davis and Ben Taylor, and tight end Kellen Winslow -- assuming you want to count a guy who has only played two games in two years as a "starter." Center Jeff Faine was a starter, but has been essentially replaced by LeCharles Bentley and given permission to seek a trade.
29 comments, Last at 22 Mar 2006, 5:16pm by Staubach12
How big is mobility in Russell Wilson's game? We looked at every play of the scramblin' man's career to understand how much of Seattle's offense is by design versus improv.