Depending on who you believe, Kyle Orton is either in front of the line to be the Denver Broncos starting quarterback, or on the trading block. Or maybe even both.
Jaguars Pro Bowl TE Marcedes Lewis took time out during a visit to the NFL Network studios to talk about his offseason training, what it will take for the Jaguars to win their division and why he’s the best tight end in football.
Posted: Wednesday, May 18th, 2011 | Frank Tadych | Tags: Plaxico Burress, New England Patriots, New York Giants, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Washington Redskins
With plenty of time for speculation, what are the possible landing spots for Plaxico Burress?
We’ve seen players use their draft position as a source for motivation as they enter the NFL before, but Marcell Dareus really hasn’t wasted any time in picking out his enemies.
NFL Network’s Jamie Dukes believes free agent Terrell Owens can still play at a Pro Bowl level if he lands with a team that has a solid quarterback next season.
Cardinals safety Kerry Rhodes spent a few minutes during a visit to the NFL Network Friday to chat about the team’s quarterback situation, the one thing Larry Fitzgerald can’t do and, of course, Lady Gaga.
The more we hear from Trent Baalke, the more evident it is the 49ers have a plan in place for how to get rookie QB Colin Kaepernick on the field, even if he isn’t the team’s starter.
With all of the speculation surrounding free agent quarterbacks and those who might be available via trade during these locked-out times, one name who hasn’t been setting the rumor mill abuzz is Matt Leinart.
One player with an unsettled future amid the current labor discord is 49ers CB Nate Clements. According to San Francisco GM Trent Baalke, whether or not Clements returns is apparently up to him.
In what would seem a leading candidate for non-story of the week that then became a story, Reggie Bush drew the ire of many fans for suggesting via Twitter that he was actually enjoying his free time during the NFL-imposed lockout.
NFL Network analyst Daryl Johnston sees the blockbuster draft day deal by the Falcons, coming off a 13-3 season, as one they “had to make” because their window to win is now.
A few minutes with Stevie Johnson is about as good as it gets. Johnson stopped by the NFL Network studios in Los Angeles Wednesday, rapping about everything from his endzone stunt against the Bengals and NFL players on Twitter to his infamous drop against the Bills.