In today’s Three and Out: Chris Johnson remains No. 1 in Tennessee; Andy Reid has plans for Dexter McCluster and Drew Stanton wants to be the answer in Arizona.
Posts Tagged ‘Dexter McCluster’
Posted: Thursday, October 25th, 2012 | NFL Playbook Staff Tags: Minnesota Vikings, NFL Network Thursday Night Football, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Adrian Peterson, Christian Ponder, Dexter McCluster, LaVonte David, Mark Barron, Mason Foster, Minnesota Vikings, NFL Network Thursday Night Football, NFL Playbook show, Percy Harvin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
After being shredded for 377 yards and 4 TDs through the air, the Bucs’ defense is eager to rebound against Adrian Peterson and a run heavy Vikings offense.
With DeSean Jackson in house, we put him on the spot, who is the best returner in the game right now?
Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli made a surprise media-center appearance Saturday morning, then received a surprise himself.
The Raiders will be without CB Nnamdi Asomugha (ankle) and WR Zach Miller (foot) for the team’s AFC West showdown with the Chiefs.
There was a lot of speculation that Chiefs coach Todd Haley hated fantasy enthusiasts. And now he has come out and admitted it, too.
We here at NFL.com are ever objective when it comes to our coverage of all things football. But with Thursday night’s Kickoff game behind us and the rest of the Week 1 games fast approaching, it’s worth reminding everyone that we do have our NFL Blog Blitz partners on hand to provide team-by-team perspective. Packers blogger Gerrard Diaz does a nice job breaking down the Green Bay-Philadelphia game. And while Diaz still cringes at the thought of fourth-and-26 – the improbably conversion that led to an Eagles’ playoff victory in 2003 – he also likes the idea of veteran defensive coordinator Dom Capers scheming against relatively inexperienced QB Kevin Kolb. Some of the Blog Blitzers have offered some solid fantasy […]
Posted: Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: A.J. Smith, Brandon Jacobs, Chase Daniels, Clinton Portis, Dexter McCluster, Frank Tadych, Jack Del Rio, Jake Grove, Jamaal Charles, Jimmy Clausen, Joe Berger, Joe Flacco, Josh Freeman, Kamerion Wimbley, Larry Johnson, Marcus McNeill, Matt Moore, Mike Sims-Walker, Mike Williams, Montrae Holland, Ramses Barden, Ricky Williams, Robert Brewster, Steven Jackson, Terrell Suggs, Thomas Jones, Tom Cable, Tony Romo, Tra Thomas
On the day after 11 games filled the NFL preseason schedule, here’s a look at what stories are on the radar.
Posted: Monday, August 16th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Atlanta Falcons, Brian Baldinger, Charlie Weis, Dexter McCluster, Harvey Dahl, Jamaal Charles, John Abraham, Kansas City Chiefs, Kroy Biermann, Michael Turner
The Falcons desperately need someone opposite John Abraham, and I see Kroy Biermann as that guy.
One of the great things about some of the NFL’s, uh, bottom tier of teams is that they can often produce some exceptional game breakers. Well, the Bills are still looking for theirs. But most of the NFL’s cellar dwellers have some exciting players.
One of the most entertaining players to talk with throughout the pre-draft process of the past few months has been Dexter McCluster. While the dynamic playmaker is a joy to watch on the field, he is just as pleasant to converse with off the field as Kansas City fans and reporters will find out.
Dexter McCluster is a talented playmaker, but he won’t make a significant fantasy impact as a rookie.
Posted: Tuesday, April 13th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Bruce Campbell, Dexter McCluster, Dez Bryant, Gerald McCoy, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jerry Porter, Matt Jones, New England Patriots, Oakland Raiders, R. Jay Soward, Reggie Williams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Jaguars could use a receiver, but do not count on the team turning to the troubled but talented Dez Bryant.
Posted: Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 | Gil Brandt Tags: 2010 Pro Days, Adam Shaffer, Cordera Eason, Dexter McCluster, Greg Hardy, Jevan Snead, John Jerry, Kendrick Lewis, Marshay Green, Mississippi, Ole Miss, Shay Hodge
Despite a somewhat disappointing year in which Ole Miss finished 9-4 and ranked outside the top 15 in both polls, there are still several talented Rebels from that team generating interest in this year’s draft class.
If you’re looking for a motivational speaker, let me recommend Cardinals strength and conditioning coach John Lott.