Chad Pennington was named Comeback Player of the Year today. It was his second such award in three years; he also won it in 2006 with the Jets. He's the first player to win this award twice.
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The Pro Bowl next season will take place on the Sunday between the conference championships and the Super Bowl, in Dolphins Stadium, sight of Super Bowl XLIV. The site and date of the game are both 1-year deals; things could change in 2011.
Ah, the stories we get on Week 17 games when both teams are out of the playoffs...
Will Carroll talks about when runners like Reggie Bush, Brandon Jacobs, and Steven Jackson will be back in action.
Was the Roy Williams trade a mistake for Dallas? Did Tony Dungy outcoach Bill Belichick? Are Seattle fans constantly finding new shame in their team? These and other questions are affirmatively answered in this week's Audibles.
An Audibles comment a few weeks ago concerning Kurt Warner's Hall of Fame odds caught the eyes of Ned Macey, and the debate was on.
The Browns have suspended tight end Kellen Winslow for this weekend's game at Jacksonville. The cause? Calling out the team for not disclosing the staph infection he suffered, the latest in a list of such infections to strike Browns players.
Because when you've got a problem with staph infection running through your team, the best thing to do is punish players who complain about it.
What games do NFLers play away from the field? Better yet, what should they play? Plus, an angry Ram chops some wood, and a Loser League update.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. With Ladell Betts injured, Shaun Alexander becomes the top backup to Clinton Portis. This is the same Shaun Alexander that the Bengals turned down in favor of Chris Perry.