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.
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.
15 comments, Last at 22 Oct 2008, 09:43pm by Steelerfan1977
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.
Bill Ford, Jr., son of Lions owner William Clay Ford, has gone on record as saying he'd fire general manager Matt Millen if he had the authority. Of course, he doesn't have the authority, so this announcement doesn't really do Lions fans a lot of good.
12 comments, Last at 24 Sep 2008, 10:09am by NickFantana
Actually, the Seahawks made three cuts, but one seems reasonable: Punter Ryan Plackemeier was cut after a horrible game against Buffalo (including a pair of 22-yard punts, plus being partially responsible for Roscoe Parrish's touchdown return), and Seattle immediately signed Jon Ryan to replace h
Four-time Pro Bowler Willie Anderson, cut by the Bengals last week, has signed with Baltimore. What's most interesting about this is the way he openly buried his old club on the way out the door: "They didn't cut me because I couldn't play.