21 Mar 2006, 11:53am by P. Ryan Wilson
The Seahawks lost guard Steven Hutchinson to the Vikings, but signed linebacker Julian Peterson to a seven-year, $54 million contract. I don't think Peterson was signed to replace Hutchinson, so who'll play left guard for Seattle in 2006? And how will this effect Shaun Alexander and the running game?
37 comments, Last at 16 Apr 2006, 1:45pm by Tony
20 Mar 2006, 03:31pm by Michael David Smith
Paul Tagliabue is calling it quits. Roger Goodell, the NFL's chief operating officer, and Atlanta general manager Rich McKay are the two leading candidates to succeed Tagliabue. Baltimore Ravens president Dick Cass is considered a dark horse. Anyone have thoughts on these three, or any other potential commissioners?
30 comments, Last at 28 Mar 2006, 7:10pm by Jeff
20 Mar 2006, 03:14pm by P. Ryan Wilson
It's official: the Lions are moving forward without Joey Harrington. Well, it's not quite official, but according to the AP, "[Marinelli] declined to say whether Harrington had been released but he told reporters Monday: 'We've made a decision to move on... At this moment, he's not with us... That's been my decision.'"
44 comments, Last at 22 Mar 2006, 9:07pm by empty13
20 Mar 2006, 12:50pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Peter King has some thoughts on the Cowboys signing T.O., David Givens bolting for the Titans, the Sopranos and his NCAA tournament bracket.
89 comments, Last at 22 Mar 2006, 3:52pm by Starshatterer
20 Mar 2006, 10:46am by P. Ryan Wilson
It looks like the Ravens may wait until after the draft before adding some warm bodies at the quarterback position. Instead of settling on guys like Kerry Collins or Brian Griese now, Baltimore could try and land Steve McNair after April 30th depending on whether the Titans draft a QB and think Billy Volek can hold down the fort in the meantime. It will be interesting to see what happens if Tennessee doesn't release McNair and Collins and Griese have signed elsewhere.
10 comments, Last at 20 Mar 2006, 9:03pm by Stevie
17 Mar 2006, 06:08pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Well, it looks like the Jets and Redskins split the difference. Yesterday I mentioned that New York was only willing to give up a seventh round pick for Patrick Ramsey while Washington was looking for a fourth rounder. Today the Jets got Ramsey for a sixth round pick. New York inherits Ramsey's contract, which only has a year left, so it'll be interesting to see what kind of deal they'll give him, and when they'll do it.
43 comments, Last at 20 Mar 2006, 3:03pm by Steve
17 Mar 2006, 12:53pm by P. Ryan Wilson
The good news: The Patriots are currently $20 million under the cap. The bad news: They haven't signed anyone to replace Willie McGinest, and currently have two WRs on the roster now that David Givens is a Titan. So what gives? Michael Felger has some thoughts on several free agents who might fit well in New England (with the added benefit of getting Monty Beisel off the field).
29 comments, Last at 17 Jan 2013, 4:04am by www.CLASSICSUNGLASSES.ORG
17 Mar 2006, 12:50pm by Michael David Smith
Drew Rosenhaus has denied reports that Terrell Owens and the Dallas Cowboys have reached an agreement on a contract, but Jay Glazer reports that a deal has, in fact, been reached. I'm just looking forward to learning the terms of the deal he eventually signs. I can't imagine that he'll end up with more money than he would have if he had just kept his mouth shut and played in Philadelphia. And what kind of clauses will his deal in Dallas have to ensure that he's on his best behavior?
111 comments, Last at 21 Mar 2006, 11:13pm by JRM
16 Mar 2006, 03:10pm by Michael David Smith
The Lions have signed Josh McCown, giving them five quarterbacks on the roster -- McCown, Joey Harrington, Jon Kitna, Shaun King and Dan Orlovsky. They'll likely bring four to training camp. Which one do you think will be released before then? Could it be the one who's owed $8.5 million this year?
47 comments, Last at 19 Mar 2006, 1:17pm by Becephalus
16 Mar 2006, 03:07pm by admin
Hey folks, we want your help with a project we are working on to put together a database of the starting offensive line for each team for the period 1997-2003. (2004-2005 are done already.) How can you help? In the comments, list the main starters from your favorite team for each of those seven years, as well as you can remember, with positions: LT, LG, C, RG, RT. (Yes, we know there are injuries, but we're looking for the guys who started the majority of the games.) If your favorite team is already entered in the comments, no need to list them again, but we're trying to get all 32 teams.
57 comments, Last at 13 Apr 2006, 7:34pm by Paolo Forneris
Looking back at FEI's preseason projections, we find that most teams did about what they were supposed to do -- but not in the Big Ten, where things got screwy.