Veteran CB Travis Fisher told the Detroit Free Press that he has been released by the Lions.
Archive for April, 2009
It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without a full slate of football. The NFL will continue it’s annual Thanksgiving Day tradition, rolling out three games, starting at 12:30 p.m. ET.
Veteran WR Drew Bennett, who was released by the Rams after two injury-plagued, unproductive seasons, worked out for the Falcons Thursday.
NFL Network analyst Terrell Davis participated in an NFL.com chat Wednesday. And while he didn’t set the record for most questions answered, he did give thoughtful responses to some of the pressing questions that many Broncos fans likely have.
Upon learning of Linda Bogdan‘s death today, it occurred to me that she might very well have been the quietest curiosity in the NFL.
The Saints have released DT Hollis Thomas, his agent, Michael Bauer, confirmed to the Times-Picayune of New Orleans.
Posted: Wednesday, April 29th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Monster.com
Monster.com Draft Dream Sweepstakes, William Kutters,announced the Steelers’ third-round pick at the 2009 NFL Draft.
Michael Fabiano discusses the fantasy implications of Arizona’s decision to release RB Edgerrin James.
NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi reports that the Jets have waived QB Brett Favre off the reserve/retired list, making the probable Pro Football Hall of Famer a free agent.
As expected, the Arizona Cardinals released RB Edgerrin James on Tuesday afternoon, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. The team later confirmed the move in a press release.
Michael Fabiano discusses 10 under-the-radar rookies that fantasy owners should watch in 2009.
The Lions, Buccaneers and Jets should beware. Those teams drafted quarterbacks in the first round last weekend but could fall victim to just following the crowd, according to Texas Tech coach Mike Leach.
The Steelers met with free-agent WR Ashlie Lelie on Monday and could be closing in on an agreement.
Suddenly, Detroit is the place to be — at least in NFL circles. Speaking from his Michigan home, LB Larry Foote told the Detroit Free Press that he would love to play for his hometown Lions if he is released — as expected — by the Steelers.
Fans attending an autograph signing for Lance Briggs in Algonquin, Ill., saw a lot more than they anticipated when the Bears’ linebacker appeared with his right hand heavily bandaged.