It seems that a temporary truce has been called in the back-and-forth between the Arizona Cardinals and guard Deuce Lutui over his weight, with the team announcing that Lutui will start Sunday’s season opener against the St. Louis Rams.
Posts Tagged ‘Alan Faneca’
Posted: Thursday, August 12th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: 2010 Training Camps, Alan Faneca, Bart Scott, Brandon Moore, Brian Baldinger, Brian Schottenheimer, D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Darrelle Revis, David Harris, Dwight Lowery, Kyle Wilson, LaDainian Tomlinson, Mark Sanchez, Marty Schottenheimer, Matt Slauson, Matthew Mulligan, New York Jets, Nick Mangold, Rex Ryan, Santonio Holmes, Shonn Greene, Vladimir Ducasse
I can understand the love affair between Rex Ryan and his players, but he is not affraid to work them hard.
Posted: Thursday, April 29th, 2010 | Simon Samano Tags: Al Davis, Alan Faneca, Dez Bryant, Gene Smith, Jacksonville Jaguars, JaMarcus Russell, New Orleans Saints, New York Jets, Nick Mangold, Oakland Raiders, Rick Mirer, Ryan Leaf, Sam Bradford, St. Louis Rams, Tim Couch
With JaMarcus Russell’s release from the Raiders seemingly imminent, it might be time to count him among the all-time busts in NFL history.
NFL Network analyst Michael Lombardi, appearing on Monday’s Total Access, told Fran Charles that the Chargers could be interested in dealing LB Shawne Merriman.
The Jets released Alan Faneca and already informed the Pro Bowl guard of the move, according to a league source.
Posted: Tuesday, December 29th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2010 Pro Bowl, Adrian Peterson, Alan Faneca, Brett Favre, Brian Cushing, Brian Orakpo, Bryant McKinnie, DeSean Jackson, Gil Byrd, Heath Farwell, Jairus Byrd, Jared Allen, Kevin Williams, Peyton Manning, Randy Moss, Ray Lewis, Sidney Rice, Steve Hutchinson, Tony Gonzalez, Troy Polamalu
Taking a look through the 2010 Pro Bowl rosters for the AFC and NFC, here are a few interesting distinctions. The list starts with the Minnesota Vikings, who lead the way with eight Pro Bowl representatives.
Posted: Sunday, December 13th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Alan Faneca, Cadillac Williams, Geno Hayes, Kellen Clemens, New York Jets, Sammie Stroughter, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Wayne Hunter, Week 14 injuries
Fill-in QB Kellen Clemens received some good news before Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers when the Jets kept G Alan Faneca and OT Wayne Hunter active despite undisclosed illnesses. Faneca and Hunter had been listed as questionable.
Mark Sanchez will get the start in the Jets’ second preseason game, but the rookie QB will be without a key veteran blocker.
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan announced that rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez will get the start in the team’s second preseason game — an Aug. 24 matchup with Ryan’s former team, the Baltimore Ravens.
Pat Kirwan attended Jets training camp and made some observations about coach Rex Ryan and the QB competition between Kellen Clemens and Mark Sanchez.
After spending some time around the New York Jets this week, I came away thinking about where that team is headed under Rex Ryan and his infectious attitude.
Thirty-one year-old Alan Faneca last had a seizure in college, but the 6-foot-5, 307-pound Jets guard was diagnosed with epilepsy as a freshman in high school. Since then, he’s worked with the Epilepsy Foundation to raise awareness and money for research into the neurological disorder.