The Eagles lost their offensive leader and defensive leader within minutes of each other in the the second quarter.
The injuries are coming fast and furious in the second quarter of the Eagles-Packers game.
Posted: Tuesday, July 13th, 2010 | Aron Angel | Tags: Asante Samuel, Best in the Biz, Champ Bailey, Charles Woodson, Darrelle Revis, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, NFL Total Access, Nnamdi Asomugha, Rod Woodson
The “NFL Total Access” crew unveiled their latest Best in the Biz segment Tuesday, going over the best cornerbacks in the league.
Michael Lombardi appeared on NFL Total Access on Monday, telling host Fran Charles that he believes JaMarcus Russell‘s arrest for possession of a controlled substance likely marks the end of the road for the former Raiders QB in the NFL.
The NFL’s annual USO tour is such an important and meaningful event — both for the coaches and players traveling abroad and the soldiers so far from their friends and families on the most American of all holidays. Every year, the NFL-USO tour creates stories that are both inspirational and heartfelt, and this year is no different.
Packers LB Nick Barnett, a guest Friday on “NFL Total Access,” predictied that the Packers will be playing in Super Bowl XLV.
Nnamdi Asomugha was good enough to give us some of his time for a chat. I’ll let you read the full transcript, but first I wanted to give you Asomugha’s thoughts on the Raiders’ acquisition of QB Jason Campbell, who told NFL Network over the weekend that he expects to be the starter in Oakland.
Javon Walker was released by the Raiders earlier this week, but he says he isn’t done with the NFL.
Jerry Rice is well known for catching bricks while training to become a professional football player. The soon to be Hall of Famer stopped by the Sirius XM set and Gil Brandt asked him about the genesis of that habit.
Former Broncos running back and new Hall of Fame inductee Floyd Little stopped by the Sirius XM set to sit down with Gil Brandt and Howard Balzer and spoke about his reaction to hearing his name called today.
Watching the tears fall down Emmitt Smith‘s face, Gil Brandt was reminded of a conversation he had with good friend Bill Belichick, a frequent visitor to the Walter Camp All-America in New Haven, Conn., where Smith was playing one summer.
Watching Jerry Rice up on the stage at the Hall of Fame selection show is a bittersweet moment for Gil Brandt. Working in the front office for the Dallas Cowboys in 1985, Brandt and one of his scouts had their eye on the skinny receiver from little-known Mississippi Valley State, and they were confident they were going to get him.
As we wait for the official announcement of who will be voted into the Hall of Fame today, I’m sitting here on the Sirius XM set alongside Gil Brandt, pulling little bits of knowledge as only Gil can provide.
Bengals teammates Dhani Jones and Keith Rivers were cool enough to let us tag along with them as they hit the South Beach scene on Wednesday. First stop was the Paparazzi Pool party at the Fountainebleau Hotel, hosted by Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco.
It generally takes a lot to get a group of reporters to cheer for anything, but The Who’s Roger Daltry and Pete Townsend accomplished just that Thursday.