Posts Tagged ‘2010 Training Camps’

Ravens’ secondary questions are a primary concern

The season-ending torn ACL for cornerback Domonique Foxworth on the eve of camp was an injury the Ravens could ill-afford.

Allen: With or without Favre, goals don’t change

Jared Allen maintains that with or without Brett Favre, the Vikings’ goals remain the same.

Pat White a no-show as Dolphins open camp

Pat White was a no-show when the Dolphins opened training camp, and the team isn’t commenting on his absence.

Owens picks up Ochocinco

At some training camps, 15-year veterans are tasked with carrying helmets and shoulder pads for others, and it doesn’t turn in to a national storyline.

Brady makes his points in first comments

A very business-like Tom Brady had a lot to say in his first public comments of training camp.

Brown, Marshall get clean bill of health for Dolphins

One notable item to pass along out of Dolphins’ camp, where coach Tony Sparano told reporters RB Ronnie Brown and WR Brandon Marshall will be ready to go full-speed when the team opens practices on Friday.

Tomlin: Adams will play right tackle for Steelers

Mike Tomlin met with reporters for the first time on Friday, and clarified the team’s plan for newly signed Flozell Adams.

Childress on Favre: ‘We can live with it either way’

The Vikings reported to training camp Friday, and coach Brad Childress already has uttered the words “ad nauseum” in relation to the speculation about whether or not Brett Favre will return.

Belichick expected Burgess to be at Pats camp

Veteran OLB Derrick Burgess was a no-show again on the second day of Patriots’ camp, and Bill Belichick didn’t have much to say about it.

Free draws support from Phillips

The Cowboys will find out if Doug Free can handle the job of protecting Tony Romo’s blind side during camp, but he drew strong praise from coach Wade Phillips on Thursday.

Winslow ready, but will be limited by Bucs

When the Buccaneers open training camp on Saturday, TE Kellen Winslow is expected to take part in practices. He’s not expected to have a full workload.

Owens signing a good thing for everyone involved

Everyone in Cincinnati is wondering if the signing of Terrell Owens will be a blessing or a curse for the Bengals. I tend to believe it’s going to be a very good thing for all the parties involved.

Roundup on the PUP: Ravens’ Birk, Reed on the list

A quick look around the league and players who have been announced, and reported, as starting the season on the physically-unable-to-perform list.

Saints start with Sharper, Colston on PUP list

The Saints announced Thursday that FS Darren Sharper, WR Robert Meachem, WR Marques Colston and LB Clint Ingram will begin training camp on the PUP list.

Finally … proof Favre is really returning

We might finally have the proof that we’ve been needing, enough to finally answer the question we think we already know the answer to. Brett Favre will return to play in 2010.

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