04 Apr 2006, 09:37am by Aaron Schatz
Billy Volek, your life is calling. Apparently the Titans will not allow Steve McNair to work out with the team anymore until they resolve his $24 million salary cap number. In other words, the Titans will be resolving McNair's $24 million salary cap number by releasing him. Why else would they do this? It's not exactly a good faith negotiation tactic. Then again, Jeff Fisher is quoted as saying things are blown out of proportion. But if McNair is waived now, where does he end up?
26 comments, Last at 05 Apr 2006, 3:25pm by Bright Blue Shorts
03 Apr 2006, 11:39pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Okay Mark, don't hold back. Tell us what you really think about Brett Favre.
107 comments, Last at 08 Apr 2006, 11:50am by Bjorn
03 Apr 2006, 09:24am by P. Ryan Wilson
Peter King has some more thoughts on T.O., but spares us any colonoscopy talk.
76 comments, Last at 05 Apr 2006, 1:20pm by Pat
02 Apr 2006, 08:14pm by Michael David Smith
I can't imagine why LenDale White wouldn't run or jump at USC's pro day. I also think, although bench-press strength doesn't necessarily have much relevance to a running back, that a guy who weighs 244 pounds and can only manage 15 reps probably doesn't take his conditioning very seriously. I have to assume White's stock dropped today.
39 comments, Last at 04 Apr 2006, 10:48pm by DMP
02 Apr 2006, 04:24pm by Aaron Schatz
"In the U.S., The Baseball Prospectus and The Pro Football Prospectus have been the 'Bible' for Fantasy Team Tipsters ... now for the first time, in season 2006, the Australian Football League has its own Prospectus."
16 comments, Last at 04 Apr 2006, 9:15pm by Dean from Oz
01 Apr 2006, 02:09am by P. Ryan Wilson
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We were hoping to announce this week that Pro Football Prospectus 2006 would be available in Books on Tape format. Unfortunately, contract talks have broken down with Mira Furlan, our first and only choice to record the audio tracks. Recording is scheduled to begin in late May; if we cannot find a replacement, our hundreds of sightless readers will lose an opportunity to enjoy their favorite football annual.
23 comments, Last at 03 Apr 2006, 3:44am by dan
01 Apr 2006, 02:05am by P. Ryan Wilson
It seems that the Saunders Corporation, the nation's leading supplier of clipboards and other business supplies, has signed a deal to become the NFL's exclusive supplier of sideline clipboards. What's more, they have designed a custom clipboard for backup quarterbacks. I guess anything is possible in the world of super-specialization and brand identification -- maybe Saunders is the next "Cold Zone."
14 comments, Last at 05 Apr 2006, 10:42am by James C
01 Apr 2006, 02:04am by P. Ryan Wilson
It seems that scouts cannot make up their minds about Oregon State WR Mike Hass. This article sums up the situation well.
24 comments, Last at 04 Apr 2006, 7:08am by bengt
31 Mar 2006, 02:05pm by P. Ryan Wilson
It looks like Lil' Ronnie is off the hook. Mike Tanier could not be reached for comment.
12 comments, Last at 02 Apr 2006, 2:38pm by usedbread
Trevor Siemian and Carson Wentz rank in the bottom three in average air yards. Do good quarterbacks usually increase their air yards with more experience, or do their passes actually get shorter over time?