Posts Tagged ‘2010 Training Camps’

Bradford on fast-track with progress

Judging by the reports out of Rams camp, it might be difficult to keep first overall draft choice Sam Bradford out of the starting role for long.

Absence of Rice partly due to expiring contract?

Thanks to Brett Favre, the absence of WR Sidney Rice from Vikings’ practices has been pretty much overlooked through the first couple weeks of training camp.

Panthers’ Jarrett still in the hunt for starting job

It might be too early to count out Dwayne Jarrett in the competition for the Panthers’ No. 2 receiver spot.

Is Bradshaw now the best option for Giants?

Tom Coughlin cautions about reading too much into the competition between Ahmad Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobs, but according to Michael Lombardi, one of the backs is clearly the better option for the Giants.

Ayers gaining momentum for Broncos

In the wake of the season-ending injury to Elvis Dumervil, Robert Ayers is getting some early attention for the Broncos.

Parker buried on Redskins’ depth chart

The Redskins were one of the teams to release training camp depth charts Monday, and with it may have revealed a few hints at where things stand at several positions.

Schobel in no rush to sign with suitors

There’s a lot of buzz out there regarding veteran free agent Aaron Schobel, and the latest is he’s in no rush to sign anywhere.

Scrimmage time in the NFL

Lambeau Field’s not-quite-frozen tundra hosted an intimate crowd of almost 48,000 for the Packers’ Family Night scrimmage Saturday night.

Imitation is the highest form of flattery – really

The Class A Hickory Crawdads of the South Atlantic League had planned to hold a “Haynesworth Conditioning Challenge” after their Thursday night game against the Asheville Tourists. Fans had the chance to run the Redskins conditioning test — and anyone finishing the test in the required time would get two season tickets for the rest of the season. Anyone named Albert or wearing a Redskins jersey would have gotten free admission to the game.

Ravens look like an elite team

The Ravens look like an elite team. Offenisvely, this is the best Ravens team in recent memory.

Bengals continue to wait on Bryant

The Bengals are being guarded about Antonio Bryant‘s status, leaving a lot of room for speculation. Uncertainty abounds.

Broncos will first look within to replace Dumervil

With the likelihood that OLB Elvis Dumervil is lost for the season with a torn pectoral muscle, the Broncos are forced to quickly find a replacement, and a source of a pass rush, in their 3-4 defense. Easier said than done.

Mawae says Fisher guaranteed him roster spot

Kevin Mawae is still a man without a team, and with each passing day it looks less likely that any future employment will come from his former team, the Titans.

Riggins calls Haynesworth ‘an infection’

We’ve heard quite a few opinions on Albert Haynesworth, but never do we recall him being referred to as “an infection.”

Owens calls incentive for 100 catches ‘unreachable’

The latest out of Bengals camp on Wednesday is some realistic talk from Terrell Owens about his $2 million in incentives included in his contract.

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