12 Apr 2006, 11:55am by P. Ryan Wilson
After reading this you have to wonder what Stever Mariucci was doing last season. How does one of your wide receivers end up weighing 239 pounds? Rod Marinelli has taken a more serious approach, but yelling and screaming about being on time will only get you so far (like through minicamp). At some point you have to coach 'em up.
35 comments, Last at 16 Apr 2006, 4:25am by lafcadio
11 Apr 2006, 04:51pm by P. Ryan Wilson
I say let Reggie Bush sport No. 5 if he wants. But if he's going to wear a kicker's number, he should also have to wear one of those Mark Mosely facemasks too.
73 comments, Last at 02 May 2006, 7:35pm by Mr Shush
11 Apr 2006, 08:55am by P. Ryan Wilson
No word on why Matt Leinart canned agent Leigh Steinberg, but it looks like he will now hire Vince Young's uncle/middle school teacher/coach to represent him.
41 comments, Last at 13 Apr 2006, 1:08pm by JRM
10 Apr 2006, 09:39am by P. Ryan Wilson
Peter King thinks the New Orleans Saints are in the catbird's seat with the number two overall pick; doesn't blame Brett Favre for his indecision; and discovers why the Eagles' locker room doesn't smell like, well, a bunch of big, fat, sweaty Eagles.
227 comments, Last at 14 Apr 2006, 11:41pm by JRM
08 Apr 2006, 02:26pm by Michael David Smith
Five prospects have accepted invitations to attend the NFL draft: Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart, Vince Young, D'Brickashaw Ferguson, and Mario Williams. Most years, at least one of the players present slides further into the first round than was expected when he accepted the invitation, leading to some awkward moments. Any predictions as to who it'll be this year?
54 comments, Last at 11 Apr 2006, 11:59am by Ben
08 Apr 2006, 09:08am by Michael David Smith
Brett Favre says he will make a decision about his retirement some time soon, but that he currently is unsure whether he'll be back.
59 comments, Last at 17 Oct 2011, 2:03pm by HopkinsLynne32
07 Apr 2006, 01:30pm by Benjy Rose
DJ Gallo gives a rundown of the key games each week of the season with his usual blend of wit and, well, wit. Some funny stuff here, including showing the Pats some disrespect. My favorite quip is from week 15: "Cleveland at Baltimore -- Punting is awesome."
28 comments, Last at 11 Apr 2006, 3:04pm by Green Bay for Life
07 Apr 2006, 11:35am by P. Ryan Wilson
The Pats have signed Martin "Automatica" Gramatica to compete for the kicking job now that Adam Vinatieri has left for Field Turfier pastures. The fact that Gramatica wasn't given the job outright further reinforces the argument that when your nickname is "Automatica" you're setting yourself up to fail. Apparently the Patriots are also interested in Ohio State's Josh Huston, who will hold a workout Monday. In other news, New England signed their 1998 first round pick Tebucky Jones, currently giving them the largest collection of mediocre secondary talent on one team.
35 comments, Last at 12 Apr 2006, 5:37pm by PatsFan
06 Apr 2006, 08:27pm by Michael David Smith
I don't want to overreact to a relatively minor trade, but when the Saints, sitting at No. 2 in the draft, trade the player who was projected to start at left tackle, it's reasonable to think they might be considering D'Brickashaw Ferguson in the first round.
32 comments, Last at 08 Apr 2006, 3:06pm by emcee fleshy (atl)
06 Apr 2006, 02:00pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's your link, discuss. Both NFL Network and ESPN are running two-hour specials on the schedule release. At first I thought this meant it would be released gradually, but no, the whole thing is now out but they're going to spend two whole hours just talking about it. A few things I notice at first:
* There are now only seven bye weeks, not eight. SIX teams have bye weeks in Weeks 6 and 7. This is going to seriously screw up some fantasy football teams.
* Saints first game back in New Orleans is Monday Night Football on September 25 (Week 3).
111 comments, Last at 11 Apr 2006, 9:51pm by Mentos
Where does Matt Ryan rank among playoff quarterbacks now? Was 2016 even a top-five postseason in Tom Brady's career? Scott Kacsmar's annual look at playoff drive stats also includes the first look at 1986-88 postseason DVOA.