Archive for June, 2010

The best fit for Haynesworth

Albert Haynesworth is a natural fit as the right defensive end in a 3-4 defense, and putting him at nose tackle would be a mistake. Still, he should embrace the role if the Redskins put him there.

Ward: Roethlisberger needs to address Steelers

Steelers WR Hines Ward told “NFL Total Access” that suspended QB Ben Roethlisberger needs to address the entire team about his offseason incident.

Dolphins teammates not complimentary of Turner

Dolphins second-year WR Patrick Turner isn’t drawing praise from teammates.

Branch, Houshmandzadeh back for ‘Hawks

Seahawks wide receivers Deion Branch and T.J. Houshmandzadeh took the field on Tuesday for the first time this offseason.

An analyst’s take on Jammal Brown

In the days following their trade for OT Jammal Brown, the Redskins have been drawing positive reviews for the deal around NFL Network.

Agent: Bailey disappointed by Broncos

Champ Bailey has been quiet about his contract, which ends after the 2010 season. But his agent broke the silence Wednesday, expressing disappointment the Broncos haven’t approached Bailey about an extension.

Interesting trends in recent experts mock draft

I took part in an experts league mock draft with our friends at earlier this week, and some of the results were interesting, to say the least.

Marshall: Bailey still the Champ among NFL CBs

Brandon Marshall checked in for an offseason chat via Dolphins Cam on “NFL Total Access” and offered his take on the great cornerback debate, naming former teammate Champ Bailey as the NFL’s best.

Bengals have initial discussions with Benson

The chatter is picking up that the Cincinnati Bengals are talking contract with RB Cedric Benson.

Cowboys signal doubt with reported interest in Brown

Soon after the Redskins landed restricted free agent OT Jammal Brown in a trade with the Saints, it was reported that the Cowboys had shown interest as well.

Packers’ Harris progressing, but uncertainty lingers

One offseason injury that should be followed this season is that of Packers CB Al Harris, who has said he’ll be back on the field this season. But when, and if, that takes place still remain big questions.

One team already called about WR Jackson

If WR Vincent Jackson were ever made available by the Charhers, he would figure to be one of the most coveted players on the market. And at least one team has already called the Chargers, and was politely declined.

Ringer in line to benefit for Titans

One name you’re likely hear with increasing frequency throughout the offseason is that of Javon Ringer.

Fantasy Focus chat, Tuesday, 2 p.m. ET

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Which team could target Chargers WR Jackson?

The Chargers and WR Vincent Jackson could be heading for a divorce. The Chargers reduced their tender offer for Jackson, who is believed to be willing to sit out the first 10 games of the 2010 NFL season. If the Chargers decide to trade Jackson, who could be one of the front runners for the receivers services?

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