The Patriots could ill afford to lose an offensive lineman Monday night against the Dolphins. As football luck would have it, that’s exactly what happened.
Posts Tagged ‘Brian Waters’
Posted: Wednesday, September 7th, 2011 | Jason La Canfora Tags: 2011 free agency, Andre Gurode, Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens, Brandon Meriweather, Brian Waters, Chester Taylor, Chicago Bears, New England Patriots
Here are some details on some recent contracts, according to sources with knowledge of the situations.
Here’s the latest on a few of the free-agent visits happening around the league.
Posted: Sunday, November 21st, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Arizona Cardinals, Beanie Wells, Brian Waters, Clark Haggans, Darnell Dockett, Greg Toler, Kansas City Chiefs, Kerry Rhodes, LaRod Stephens-Howling, Ryan Lilja, Week 11 inactives
Oft-injured RB Beanie Wells will return to the Cardinals’ lineup Sunday against the Chiefs. He missed Arizona’s Week 10 game while nursing a nagging knee injury and infection.
Posted: Thursday, October 21st, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Barry Richardson, Bill Muir, Brandon Albert, Brian Baldinger, Brian Waters, Casey Wiegmann, Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs, Matt Cassel, Ryan Lilja, Thomas Jones, Todd Haley, Tony Moeaki
I’ve seen enough of the Chiefs to know this team is for real, and I’m crediting much of their success to the offensive line.
Posted: Saturday, July 31st, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2010 Training Camps, Aaron Kampman, Antonio Bryant, Atari Bigby, Brian Hartline, Brian Waters, Cincinnati Bengals, Darren Sharper, Davone Bess, Frank Tadych, Greg Camarillo, Jason Smith, Joey Galloway, Malcolm Jenkins, Marvin Lewis, Mike Sims-Walker, Morgan Burnett, Owen Daniels, Rodger Saffold, Roydell Williams, Stephen Tulloch, Terrell Owens
The level of concern over the health of Antonio Bryant might have to be raised after the Bengals revealed he has missed four straight practices.
Passing along a few injury updates from the early games in Week 6.
Three Chiefs players have expressed unhappiness in Kansas City this offseason, and two didn’t show up for Saturday’s first minicamp practice, the Kansas City Star reports. Unfortunately for the Chiefs, both of the no-show players were the team’s only Pro Bowlers last season.
Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt said Tuesday at the NFL Annual Meeting that the team will keep veteran tight end Tony Gonzalez, the longtime face of the franchise who was the subject of trade rumors last year. Running back Larry Johnson and offensive lineman Brian Waters reportedly are another story, according to the Kansas City Star, though Hunt told the paper he wasn’t willing to give up on Johnson just yet.