In an interview seen Thursday on NFL Network’s Total Access, Adam Schefter and FOX Sports’ Jay Glazer both agreed that Terrell Owens would not be in Dallas in 2009. If you’re a fantasy football enthusiast, hearing the top two information men in the business making such a statement is very interes
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The Philadelphia Eagles announced Thursday that backup DE Darren Howard had successful abdominal surgery. According to a statement released by the Eagles, the procedure was performed Wednesday at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia.
It’s fast and furious down here on Radio Row. Players are lining up at the NFL set, so we’ve been fortunate enough to get some of them to sit down and answer questions.
Jeff Jagodzinski, whom Boston College fired after he interviewed for the Jets’ head-coaching job, landed on his feet Thursday, when he became the Buccaneers’ offensive coordinator.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced Thursday that they have hired Pete Mangurian as their offensive line coach. Mangurian, who has 17 years of NFL experience, left the New England Patriots last week after four seasons as their tight ends coach.
NFL.com will be chatting live from Radio Row at Super Bowl XLIII’s media center in Tampa. Some of the names scheduled on the list are Adam Schefter, Terrell Davis, Jamie Dukes, Deion Sanders … just to name a few.
Five-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist John Legend will help kick off Super Bowl XLIII as part of the pregame festivities Sunday in Tampa, the NFL and NBC announced.
After weeks of looking, the San Francisco 49ers finally found their man. They hired Jimmy Raye as their offensive coordinator, league sources said Wednesday night.
Jason Witten feels the Cowboys have “more than enough” in terms of chemistry and leadership to be successful.
The Raiders are expected to hire Tom Cable as their coach, league sources said. The Raiders denied the story and said Wednesday that no decision has been made.
Chad Pennington kicked it outside on the NFL Network set Wednesday, showing why he’s a class act.
Eighth grader Sam Kimmel is just an ordinary13-year-old boy from Homer City, In. Only Kimmel knows what it must feel like to be a member of his favorite football team, the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Still nursing a sprained right knee, Steelers WR Hines Ward sat out Wednesday’s Super Bowl practice in Tampa, Fla.
A long conversation with former Browns GM Phil Savage brought the subject back to football.