Archive for June, 2010

Suh wants to be signed by start of training camp

The Lions are looking for a big season. And by big season, that could mean anything more than two wins. But as recently said in this space, the Lions have a lot of things going for them. All of that, however, could be derailed with a lengthy holdout by first-round draft pick Ndamukong Suh.

Lions in a fighting mood as minicamp ends

The Lions are mad as hell, and they are not going to take it anymore. Of course, a decade of losing will do that to you.

McCluster could be Chiefs’ version of Cribbs

One of the great things about some of the NFL’s, uh, bottom tier of teams is that they can often produce some exceptional game breakers. Well, the Bills are still looking for theirs. But most of the NFL’s cellar dwellers have some exciting players.

Reed says he’s about 35 percent after hip surgery

Safety Ed Reed is rehabbing, but he might not be ready for the beginning of the season.

Titans stay loose during recent workout

Nearly every NFL lineman fancies himself a fleet-footed punt returner. And honestly, who does not enjoy the Slip ‘n Slide?

The Titans were having so much fun during their recent workouts, even RB Chris Johnson would probably wish that he was there.

Peterson on Favre: I’m not on his level

Imagine that your boss asks you to work weekends, while one of your co-workers gets all of his weekends off. And imagine that guy also gets the whole summer off to decide if he even wants to work or not. You would probably grow to hate that guy, right?

Yet the Vikings always seem to have Brett Favre‘s back as he continues to decide on his future.

Wyche: ‘More teams’ interested in Westbrook

Steve Wyche told “NFL Total Access” more teams are now interested in Brian Westbrook, which might help explain his methodical approach to free agency this offseason.

O’Hara: Compromise needed for expanded schedule

Center Shaun O’Hara, the New York Giants’ union representative, offered his thoughts to “NFL Total Access” on Thursday regarding the proposed 18-game regular-season schedule.

Smith on broken arm: ‘Accidents happen’

Panthers WR Steve Smith told “NFL Total Access” on Thursday that he has spoken to coach John Fox about his broken left arm, describing the conversation as “more listening, less talking.”

Ware says 18-game schedule will shorten careers

DeMarcus Ware believes an 18-game schedule will shorten players’ careers, and says steps will have to be taken to make it plausible.

Young believes Johnson will report to training camp

Chris Johnson hasn’t given any indication during his offseason holdout that he’ll be on hand when the Titans open training camp on July 31, but Vince Young thinks otherwise.

Hall makes offseason visit to SeaWorld

Redskins CB DeAngelo Hall used part of his free time to visit SeaWorld Orlando on Thursday.

Report: Seahawks made the call on Chargers’ Jackson

The Seahawks proved to be the team interested in Vincent Jackson, but it doesn’t sound likely — for now — that the Chargers will trade their Pro Bowl wide receiver.

Questions cloud a number of Seahawks for 2010

Looking at the Seahawks 2010 roster, there isn’t a whole lot to like from a fantasy perspective.

A look at what’s next in the Haynesworth saga

Albert Haynesworth officially announced he’ll report to training camp with the Redskins, but what then?

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