Despite the seemingly long odds to be named the host city for Super Bowl XLVIII, the bid committees for South Florida and Tampa have been diligently rehearsing their presentations that they will deliver to owners for a vote on Tuesday.
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There seems to be pretty widespread support at the NFL Spring Meeting for NY/N.J. to play host for Super Bowl XLVIII.
Posted: Monday, May 24th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Antonio Cromartie, Ashley Dupre, Bob Kraft, Chicago Bears, Greg Olsen, Jay Cutler, Le'Ron McClain, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Ray Rice, Rex Ryan, Terrell Owens, Wes Welker
Is Terrell Owens stalking Bears QB Jay Cutler?
Trent Edwards says it was a bost of confidence when the Bills didn’t draft a quarterback in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft.
To say that representatives of the committee making the New York/New Jersey bid for the Super Bowl XLVIII are confident about their chances for success would be an understatement.
When NFL owners voted in March to change overtime rules for the playoffs beginning in 2011, and there was tremendous momentum to go ahead and apply those changes to the regular season. That push seems to have lost a lot of steam.
The return (or expected return) of Brett Favre is great for fantasy football.
While the San Diego Chargers began their offseason program this past week, much of the focus was on the players not present, as opposed to those in attendance.
While anything can change between now and September, it looks like Jay Cutler‘s primary targets at receiver will be Devin Hester and Johnny Knox.
If you’re the Redskins, think about this for a second: You’re planning to enter the season with Moss, Joey Galloway (another veteran added this offseason), and two third-year pros in Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly as the heart of the receiving corps. So if you lose Moss for, say, the first four games of the season, do you feel that good about the situation that you won’t even consider T.O.?
Steve Smith appeared on Friday’s NFL Total Access to talk about his changing role on the Panthers, as well as the major changes going on in Carolina.
Ndamukong Suh likes what he’s seen so far from Lions OTA, where he’s been playing alongside the likes of Kyle Vanden Bosch and Corey Williams on the team’s first unit.
Before Kurt Warner joined NFL Network’s Paul Burmeister in the booth for NFL Network’s Arena Football Friday, the most famous AFL alumn took a quick look back at his AFL career, in which he led the Iowa Barnstormers to consecutive Arena Bowl appearances in 1996-97.
Cowboys fans bemoaned that Tony Romo could not win the big one. But in the last couple of months Romo did win a playoff game and he made a — dare I say — clutch putt to advance in a U.S. Open qualifying match.
Former LB Dick Butkus has joined the fracas between Bears Hall of Fame RB Gale Sayers and current LB Brian Urlacher. And not surprisingly, Butkus backs his former teammate