Now that the lockout is over and teams have very little time to get an awful lot done, can the Green Bay Packers manage to squeeze in one of the most important things that Super Bowl champions do in a normal offseason ?
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Bucky Brooks and Steve Wyche cross their fingers this is the final podcast during the lockout and give it a proper sendoff, N’awlins style. Also, they cover free agency, the Bengals’ offense and more.
The Jaguars are reportedly worried about Maurice Jones-Drew’s knee. But should fantasy owners have the same concerns?
Posted: Thursday, July 7th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Brett Favre, Colin Kaepernick, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Dan Marino, Indianapolis Colts, Jerry Rice, Jimmy Johnson, Joe Montana, John Elway, Nnamdi Asomugha, Plaxico Burress, Rich Eisen, Robert Mathis
When the NFL lockout ends, Super Bowl XLII hero Plaxico Burress can begin his search for a new team in earnest. In the meantime, he’ll make an appearance Thursday at the NFL Network and NFL.com offices to talk about his new ventures with the National Urban League and the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence.
Wednesday is Nnamdi Asomugha’s 30th birthday. So why is NFL.com’s Bucky Brooks taking this opportunity to tell NFL teams they shouldn’t be so eager to sign the Raiders’ Pro Bowl cornerback?
If the Vikings don’t add a veteran quarterback, fantasy owners would be wise to temper expectations for Sidney Rice in 2011.
Hope you all enjoyed a fun and safe Memorial Day. Did you spend it at a barbecue with friends and family? You probably were saying to yourself, “I wonder what New England Patriots receiver Julian Edelman is doing on Memorial Day?” Well, funny you asked.
That’s right, no reason why we here at NFL.com shouldn’t join the rest of the free world in paying tribute to Oprah Winfrey as she celebrated the end of her talk show this week.
Now we bring you Brett Favre throwing out a first pitch … sound the Favre Watch!
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.
Cullen Jenkins made a recent visit to NFL Network studios in Los Angeles, sharing his thoughts returning to the Packers, Aaron Rodgers and being shirtless at Lambeau Field.
Four. In some Eastern cultures that number is bad luck and represents death. For a lot of fans, it will be death by a thousand paper cuts waiting for Thursday … Day 1 of the 2011 NFL Draft. Four is football at its essence: Four downs, four quarters, and going way back, the Four Horsemen. But what does the No. 4 signify in the world of the draft? Round 4 kicks off the last day of draft weekend, which is often low on hype and high on value. Speaking of value, there’s been some good fourth-round picks from the last couple of years, but nothing like the 2006 draft. Here’s a sampling: Owen Daniels (98th overall), Brad Smith (103rd), Jahri […]
Posted: Saturday, April 16th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Draft Countdown, Brett Favre, Cam Newton, Draft Countdown, Jim Kelly, Joe Namath, Knowshon Moreno, Mark Ingram, Marques Colston, Marshawn Lynch, Roger Staubach, Ryan Mathews, Terry Bradshaw, Tom Brady
It may not be “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” but it is 12 days until Christmas for a bunch of college kids … the best amateur football players in the country.
We’re just 24 days until the biggest day of the year for the best college players in the country, team scouting departments, and all of you draftniks out there. The NFL Draft is right around the corner. Twenty-four days. Know what else 24 reminds us of, besides Kiefer Sutherland wiggin’ out?
Posted: Monday, March 21st, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Pick Six, Blaine Gabbert, Bobby Layne, Brett Favre, Cam Newton, Eli Manning, Fran Tarkenton, Joe Montana, John Elway, Kevin Kolb, Mark Brunell, Matt Hasselbeck, Sonny Jurgensen, Steve Young
A number of teams have quarterback issues, and they will have to decide between drafting a guy like Cam Newton or Blaine Gabbert or trading for a guy like Kevin Kolb. But can you get a good quarterback from another team?