The chatter about Vincent Jackson‘s future has picked up of late, and there’s no shortage of intrigue as to which teams could be interested in the Pro Bowl receiver and at what point the Chargers would consider trading him.
Archive for June, 2010
One report on Vince Young suggests the Titans QB has made big strides — on the field.
Posted: Wednesday, June 30th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Cleveland Browns, Deion Branch, Farrah Fawcett, Green Bay Packers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Maurice Jones-Drew, Mike Martz, Mike Shanahan, Mike Sims-Walker, San Diego Chargers, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Vincent Jackson, Washington Redskins
Vincent Jackson is a physical, big (6-foot-5) game breaker of a receiver. Who would not want him?
Well the Chargers for one.
Terrell Suggs was one of the more notable names on the list of players who didn’t take part in voluntary practices with their teams this offseason, and defended that decision during an interview Tuesday.
Keeper deadlines are approaching so we kick around some basic keeper strategies. Write this down and remember it: keep the good players, dump the bad ones. So what does that mean for Matt Forte?
Cris Carter was more than convincing when he told NFL rookies that it’s a given Brett Favre will return for next season.
Owen Daniels told fans during a live chat Wednesday the Texans “absolutely” will make the playoffs for the first time this season, and they key is their performance in the AFC South.
The Texans running back quandary continues to be one of the most tantalizing and frustrating situations in the NFL. The Texans running back corps are like one of those movies that over-promises, but under delivers. Like Tom Cruise’s latest film, Knight and Day.
According to a poll conducted by the New York Daily News, many Jets players prefer Kellen Clemens over Mark Brunell as their backup quarterback.
Vikings TE Visanthe Shiancoe is keeping quiet about the new contract that he’s reportedly seeking.
Texans RB Steve Slaton indicated this week that he has been cleared for training camp following offseason surgery to correct nerve issues in his neck.
Posted: Wednesday, June 30th, 2010 | Craig Ellenport Tags: Maurice Jones-Drew
Remember when Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew apologized to fantasy football players for taking a knee late in a game against the Jets instead of scoring a gimme touchdown? Apparently, Jones-Drew plans to make amends to fantasy enthusiasts.
Can the Titans count on Vince Young, on and off the field, this season?
Which quarterback has the shortest leash this season? NFL Network’s Warren Sapp says that it is Broncos QB Kyle Orton. The much maligned quarterback will have to succeed this season with one eye on opposing defenses, the other looking over his shoulder at Tim Tebow.
The presumption has been that, at some point, JaMarcus Russell will end up on an NFL roster. No one can really say when, and it’s more likely to be later rather than sooner, but still … eventually.