The World team has nothing to be ashamed of after their 17-0 loss to Team USA.
Archive for January, 2010
The Ravens hired Jim Zorn as quarterbacks coach, according to a team source, and will announce the move soon.
News of Cardinals QB Kurt Warner‘s retirement quickly spread throughout the NFL on Friday, and when it reached two of his teammates at Pro Bowl practice in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., they were sad to hear it.
We already know that Josh Cribbs loves the fans in Cleveland. But the Browns’ jerseys might be another matter.
I got a chance to visit with some of the war veterans who were on hand to watch Saturday’s AFC and NFC practices at Lockhart Stadium.
The NFL fined Colts safety Melvin Bullitt $5,000 for his hit on Jets QB Mark Sanchez during last Sunday’s AFC Championship Game, according to the Indianapolis Star.
NFL fans love their football, even early in the morning. Hence, the frenzied scene this morning at Lockhart Stadium.
Bryant McKinnie missed a second consecutive practice Saturday, and NFL.com senior columnist Vic Carucci speculated that the Vikings’ offensive tackle could be sent home.
Posted: Friday, January 29th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2010 Pro Bowl
The Pro Bowl week is flying by here in South Florida.
Mike Martz arrived in Chicago on Friday to interview for the Bears’ offensive coordinator position, NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi confirmed through a league source.
From a somewhat inside perspective, the existence of a Pro Bowler was very leisurly on Friday.
The players family barbecue on Friday was a great times that reminds you the Pro Bowl is about more than the players and actual game.
The Saints received good news on the injury front Friday, when CB Malcolm Jenkins (hamstring), FS Darren Sharper (knee) and LB Jonathan Vilma (knee) all returned to practice, albeit in limited fashion.
When reporter Maurice Jones-Drew asks Jared Allen about his hair, this conversation takes a sharp turn.
Jaguars QB David Garrard has Colts QB Peyton Manning to thank for his Pro Bowl week, but he’s picking against him in the Super Bowl.