In talking with NFL Network’s Rich Eisen about the CBA negotiations with the Players’ Association, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell struck a conciliatory tone, saying the sides need to work harder to reach an accord.
Archive for January, 2010
Okay, you’re hearing from all the experts this week, now let me offer an alternative opinion on all the hype and hoopla that is Super Bowl week and tell you what it’s really all about.
Colts All-Pro DE Dwight Freeney is in serious jeopardy of missing Super Bowl XLIV because of an ankle injury.
Jets coach Rex Ryan issued a statement Sunday, apologizing for “stupid and inappropriate” behavior after a photo of him making an obscene gesture toward Dolphins fans surfaced on the Internet.
After Steve McNair died in July, Titans QB Vince Young decided to take his idol’s children under his wing. His generosity has continued at the Pro Bowl. Young invited two of McNair’s sons, 11-year-old Tyler and 6-year-old Trenton, to spend the week with him in South Florida.
New Orleans sportscaster Buddy Diliberto once promised to walk down Bourbon Street wearing a dress should the Saints ever reach the Super Bowl. Five years after Diliberto’s death, the Saints are in the big game, and thousands of other men will fulfill Diliberto’s bargain.
The Pro Bowl will return to Hawaii next year, but it still might be held the week before the Super Bowl, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told the Miami Herald on Saturday.
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Posted: Saturday, January 30th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2010 Pro Bowl
All week, NFL.com and NFL Network have had Pro Bowl covered from every angle.
The Chargers’ Pro Bowlers spoke about not making the Super Bowl, yet again, with such a talented roster.
Vernon Davis responded emphatically to criticism and being berated by Mike Singletary’s last season, with a breakout 2009.
It’s gear-swap day at the Pro Bowl, which means guys are wearing all sorts of different apparel.
DeAngelo Williams: The photographer.
Bengals DE Jonathan Fanene was on the sideline at the Team USA vs. The World game, offering pointers to his younger brother and his teammates.