Archive for January, 2011

CJ2K bewildered by Fisher’s departure

Chris Johnson’s trip to paradise has been hindered by the bewilderment of what the heck is going on back in Tennessee.

Senior Bowl stock watch

NFL Network analysts Charles Davis and Mike Mayock took a look Thursday at which players helped themselves the most during Senior Bowl practices this week.

Peppers, Dockett co-exist fine despite tweet

Bears defensive end Julius Peppers is in somewhat of a precarious situation this week at the Pro Bowl.

Texans’ Foster gets intro to ‘dread juice’

Go all-access with Arian Foster at Pro Bowl practice.

Wilson: Bills won’t reach for QB with third pick

Bills owner Ralph Wilson says the team won’t reach for a quarterback they don’t consider to be the best player available with the third overall pick.

Photo: Hauling one in

Click on the photo to check out more from Senior Bowl practice.

Don’t let MJD be misunderstood

Calm down, everybody. Maurice Jones-Drew is still the lovable “Pocket Hercules” we all know and love.

Broncos take in Winter X Games 15

Fortunately for some of the Broncos, Winter X Games 15 is right in their back yard.

Revis calls for more leadership, consistency

Darrelle Revis told NFL Network the Jets came out flat in their loss to the Steelers because the team was relaxed and “didn’t really know what was at stake.”

Austin, Henderson, Bailey added to Pro Bowl

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin has been named as a late addition to the 2011 Pro Bowl, it was announced Thursday.

Pro Bowl move fine with Bradshaw

There were a few heads scratched last year when the Pro Bowl was moved to the week before the Super Bowl instead following it per the norm.

Miller will take center stage during game

Texas A&M Defensive end/outside linebacker Von Miller has had a great week of practice, and is one of the best natural pass rushers I have ever seen. I’m really looking forward to seeing him in action at the Senior Bowl on Saturday.

Team concept always comes first — even in Mobile

From a fan’s perspective, it seems like it could be difficult for players to function as a team at the Senior Bowl. After all, many of the participants were either fierce rivals or played high-stakes games against each other in college, not to mention that they are here competing against one another for draft position and potentially millions of dollars. Oddly enough, however, that’s just not how it works.

AD gives fans what they want

The fans are back in full force at Kapolei High School for the second day of practices, and Adrian Peterson did his part to oblige their requests for autographs.

An early look at the potential market for Burress

Plaxico Burress has vowed he will play in the NFL again. So, the next logical step is … where?

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