Before Michael Vick, RG3 or Colin Kaepernick, there was Randall Cunningham. He did things at the quarterback position that fans of the NFL and fantasy football hadn’t seen before … and have rarely seen since.
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After Randy Moss declared himself the greatest wide receiver of all-time, Marcas Grant looked at it from a fantasy perspective. It went about how you’d expect.
The Hall of Fame voting committee had no love for wide receivers in 2012. We got reaction from Dan Fouts and Marv Levy.
Posted: Wednesday, September 28th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Bill Cowher, Bill Parcells, Cris Carter, Curtis Martin, Denarius Moore, Houston Texans, Jerome Bettis, Jerome Brown, Matt Hasselbeck, Miami Dolphins, New Orleans Saints, Nnamdi Asomugha, Paul Alexander, Philadelphia Eagles, Pro Football Hall of Fame, Reggie White
Get an early clue about next year’s Class of 2012 when the Pro Football Hall of Fame releases its preliminary list of nominees on Wednesday at 2 p.m. ET. Log onto NFL.com or tune into NFL Network for full coverage.
Eagles fans will be rooting hard this weekend against the Falcons — their team’s opponent on Sunday. But they may cheer for Atlanta TE Tony Gonzalez if he catches at least five passes. That will move Gonzalez past Terrell Owens — not a fan favorite in Philly — for fifth place on the all-time NFL receptions list.
Former Ravens coach Brian Billick has coached some strong personalities during his NFL career, from Cris Carter to Ray Lewis. But that doesn’t mean that the recent comments from Cam Newton did not raise a red flag.
Cris Carter said he knows Randy Moss is “full of regret” and “knows for certain” Moss realizes now that he made a mistake in pushing his way out of New England.
Tony Gonzalez recorded his 1,000th career catch last Sunday against the vaunted Steelers defense. The folks in Pittsburgh weren’t so happy to have Gonzalez attain this crowning achievement on their soil, giving him only a smattering of applause and even a few boos. To rectify this lack of fanfare for the occasion, the Falcons are marking Sunday’s home game against the Cardinals “Tony Gonzalez Day.”
Which players are missing from the Pro Football Hall of Fame? NFL Network analysts Brian Baldinger and Jamie Dukes debated on Tuesday.
Cris Carter was more than convincing when he told NFL rookies that it’s a given Brett Favre will return for next season.
The students at St. Thomas Aquinas High School received a cool treat on Wednesday when Pro Bowl practices began on campus.
Posted: Sunday, December 27th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Brett Favre, Cedric Benson, Cris Carter, Dan Marino, Darren Sharper, Dave Krieg, DeAngelo Williams, Ed Reed, Elvis Dumervil, Fran Tarkenton, frank gore, Isaac Bruce, Jerry Rice, John Elway, Jonathan Stewart, Kurt Warner, Marvin Harrison, Matt Hasselbeck, Peyton Manning, Simon Fletcher, Terrell Owens, Tim Brown
A number of team and league records were broken in Week 17, while some players joined elite statistical company on all-time lists.
Posted: Friday, August 7th, 2009 | Adam Rank Tags: Andre Reed, Bill Cowher, Bill Parcells, Brett Favre, Cris Carter, Curtis Martin, Deion Sanders, Don Hutson, Eddie George, Emmitt Smith, Hall of Fame, Jerome Bettis, Jerry Rice, Junior Seau, Marshall Faulk, Michael Strahan, Shannon Sharpe, Tim Brown
Bad news for some of the fringe players waiting on the Hall of Fame, like Cris Carter, Shannon Sharpe and Andre Reed. That wait could become even longer as Emmitt Smith and Jerry Rice will be taking two of the available spots in the 2010 Pro Football Hall of Fame class.
Posted: Tuesday, July 14th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Brett Favre, Cris Carter, Davone Bess, Devin Hester, Fred Taylor, Green Bay Packers, John Abraham, Kevin Faulk, Larry Fitzgerald, Minnesota Vikings, Oshiomogho Atogwe, Sidney Rice
Packers fans apparently aren’t too happy with all this talk about Brett Favre possibly playing for the Vikings, according to the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
The NFL Rookie Symposium finished a little while ago and it closed with a relative bang –- except for my appearance as a panelist in a session about dealing with the media, Steve Wyche writes.