23 Jul 2006, 06:41pm by Michael David Smith
In other news, Dog Bites Man, Sun Rises in East, Pope Practices Catholicism.
15 comments, Last at 24 Jul 2006, 9:24pm by Powles
23 Jul 2006, 12:29am by P. Ryan Wilson
If we count Mario Williams, that's two down and 30 to go before camps open next week.
7 comments, Last at 27 Jul 2006, 1:50am by Travis
22 Jul 2006, 12:09pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Bill Simmons has some thoughts on how to fix fantasy football.
37 comments, Last at 24 Jul 2006, 2:16pm by Peter
21 Jul 2006, 02:34pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Clark Judge lists his top five veteran backup quarterbacks and miraculously, Jeff Garcia makes the cut. Some former starters who didn't: Joey Harrington, Kyle Boller, Charlie Batch, Tim Rattay and Patrick Ramsey.
18 comments, Last at 27 Jul 2006, 2:27pm by bravehoptoad
21 Jul 2006, 01:11pm by P. Ryan Wilson
This is a shame. It looks like Marshall Faulk's playing days could be over, which means we can immediately start the "Is he a first ballot Hall of Famer?" discussions.
29 comments, Last at 23 Jul 2006, 2:59pm by Zac
20 Jul 2006, 05:28pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Ladies and gentlemen, the ravings of a madman.
126 comments, Last at 25 Jul 2006, 1:29pm by Marko
19 Jul 2006, 01:54pm by P. Ryan Wilson
This is kinda cool. Football Outsiders won't have anything ready for this season, but keep an eye out for our 2007 WPFL KUBIAK fantasy projections and weekly DVOA rankings. And who knows, maybe we'll finally settle the Ashley vs. Bridget quarterback debate. (free registration/bugmenot required)
44 comments, Last at 22 Jul 2006, 3:39pm by Reinhard
18 Jul 2006, 10:21pm by P. Ryan Wilson
This is easily the funniest thing I've read today: "Leinart met [Eli] Manning two years ago when the then-junior at USC won the inaugural Manning Award. Eli, brother Peyton and father Archie Manning vote for the award, in addition to national media." Ironically, that year Leinart also won the inaugural Wilson Award which is just voted on by me.
32 comments, Last at 10 Jan 2007, 10:13pm by Jason Mulgrew aka Da Dawg
18 Jul 2006, 09:14am by Michael David Smith
James Filson, a Big Ten conference football referee, says that even though he has only one eye, he was a successful referee for years and has the ability -- and the right -- to keep officiating games. He makes the claims in a federal lawsuit he filed Monday after he says he was fired because of his disability.
28 comments, Last at 21 Jul 2006, 10:41am by Jason
17 Jul 2006, 02:26pm by P. Ryan Wilson
In an effort to post something that's not a month old, I point you to Pat Kirwan's latest. He takes a look at a group of free agents still seeking employment (although I thought Ahmed Plummer retired), thinks that the term "injury prone" is unfair to, um, injury prone players, and wonders if this is the year offenses finally catch up to the 3-4 defense.
42 comments, Last at 21 Jul 2006, 2:53pm by GlennW
The Bucs' rookie made a lot of big plays last year, but he'll need to cut down on turnovers and sloppy throws to live up to his draft status.