Broncos owner Pat Bowlen just placed a yellow “cuidado” sign on all Denver players for the upcoming fantasy football season by announcing that he would try to trade QB Jay Cutler. Just another example of the Broncos hating fantasy players.
Archive for March, 2009
It’s official: QB Jay Cutler and the Denver Broncos are getting a divorce.
Cowboys Pro Bowl tight end Jason Witten said that nearly all of the team’s players took part in the Cowboys’ voluntary offseason workouts, which started Monday.
The Detroit Lions held a private workout with QB Matthew Stafford this morning in Georgia. I hear that he performed well in drills and also was put in front of the blackboard to diagram plays. Stafford demonstrated good awareness in that regard, in addition to showcasing his immense physical skills.
Bruins coach Rick Neuheisel did a great job helping run the pro day and providing information to scouts about the team’s prospects, but at this point he has his work cut out for him in Westwood. UCLA doesn’t have a large number of elite players entering the draft this year and one of Neuheisel’s aims will be to replenish his roster moving forward so that at future pro days there will be a number of first-round caliber players on hand to work out.
It isn’t often a prospect from St. Paul’s College generates much attention heading into the draft — not a single player from the small Virginia school has ever been selected — but CB Greg Toler is changing that this year.
Alabama OT Andre Smith will have visits/workouts with five teams, including three teams holding top-10 picks.
The Texans are looking for some depth at linebacker and are visiting with free agent Cato June today.
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Michael Fabiano talks about Carson Palmer and his value in fantasy football for 2009.
Free-agent DE Jason Taylor recently talked about the possibility of joining his former hated rival, the New England Patriots.
Receiver Torry Holt will be making a second visit to an AFC South team this season, this time traveling to Tennessee.
After months of courting, Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions finally will have some alone time. Today, the Lions are holding a private workout with the quarterback, whom most believe will be the team’s choice for the No. 1 overall pick in next month’s NFL draft. The Lions looked at Stafford during last month’s combine and at this month’s University of Georgia pro day, but as The Detroit News points out, there are advantages to seeing the QB all by themselves.
Jets running back Thomas Jones was again absent from the teams voluntary offseason workouts as he seeks a new contract.
The Bears are looking for depth in the defensive backfield and have brought in veteran cornerback Ken Lucas for a visit according to the Chicago Sun-Times.