Fantasy editor Michael Fabiano discusses the swirling rumors involving running backs Edgerrin James and Thomas Jones and the fantasy implications for next season.
Archive for May, 2009
Cleveland Browns return specialist Joshua Cribbs plans to avoid voluntary workouts, beginning with a non-mandatory, three-day minicamp that starts Tuesday, because of unhappiness with his contract status.
Buccaneers TE Kellen Winslow drew criticism from NFL Network analyst and former Bucs great Warren Sapp when he didn’t report to voluntary offseason workouts last week.
Joshua Cribbs and the Cleveland Browns still aren’t on the same page regarding the kick returner/wide receiver’s contract situation, and it likely will keep him out of the team’s voluntary minicamp.
Vikings DE Kenechi Udeze would be happy if he never had to hear the word “leukemia” again.
The Eagles announced Monday that longtime defensive coordinator Jim Johnson will take an indefinite leave of absence due to his continued treatment for cancer. Johnson recently was diagnosed with a recurrence of melanoma, which has formed a tumor in his spine.
New York Giants DB Aaron Ross stopped by the NFL Network set today
New Bears QB Jay Cutler was a popular figure at the team’s fan convention on Sunday at Soldier Field.
Buffalo Bills defensive back Donte Whitner told reporters at the team’s OTA (organized team activity) that he expects charges of aggravated disorderly conduct and resisting arrest to be dropped when he appears in Cleveland Municipal Court on Tuesday.
After Rex Ryan took the New York Jets’ head-coaching job in January, he didn’t wait long to bring in some of his guys — players he coached when he was the Baltimore Ravens’ defensive coordinator.
Many tourists come to Rome to take in priceless works of art, discover the Coliseum or visit St. Peter’s Basilica. But to watch a Steelers game?
Patriots RB Laurence Maroney hurt his shoulder in Week 2 last season and was placed on injured reserve a few weeks later. On Saturday, Maroney revealed to the Boston Globe the extent of his injury.