Romeo Crennel considers himself fortunate to have the word “interim” removed from his title and a second shot as an NFL head coach.
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It’s Thursday, and we’re still talking about Bengals wide receiver Jerome Simpson‘s phenomenal front-flip touchdown against the Cardinals five days after the fact.
Sometimes it’s nice just to be wanted. Just ask Matt Hasselbeck.
It’s been a conclusion for many throughout the offseason that Alex Smith would return for a chance to win back his starting job with the 49ers under new coach Jim Harbaugh, who openly campaigned on the idea.
It’s safe to say former Titans coach Jeff Fisher knows Vince Young — the player and the person — as well as anyone, mentoring the former No. 3 overall pick during all five of his seasons in Tennessee.
All player movement is on hold during the NFL lockout, but that hasn’t stopped speculation about Panthers WR Steve Smith, who reportedly wants to be traded. It’s also believed that the team is interested in parting ways with Smith.
As far as we’re concerned, Ndamukong Suh didn’t have a difficult transition to the NFL after he was selected second overall pick by the Lions. He registered 66 total tackles, 10.0 sacks, was named the AP Defensive Rookie of the Year and was selected first-team All Pro.
Even though Charles Woodson wouldn’t be able to play during the second half of the Super Bowl due to a broken collarbone, the emotional leader of the Packers reflected on the moment and his first Super Bowl in 13 NFL seasons.
Bears LB Lance Briggs joined host Fran Charles via team cam to discuss the impact of adding Julius Peppers, facing Matt Hasselbeck and what he expects in the matchup against the Seahawks.
Fran Charles and Rod Woodson had a great interview on Wednesday with Charles Woodson, who discusses the improvement of the Packers defense in the second season under DC Dom Capers.
DeSean Jackson sat down for a one-on-one with NFL Network host Fran Charles, saying he hadn’t been surprised by anything Michael Vick had done on the football field until last week’s win over the Giants.
The Sal Alosi tripping incident hasn’t disappeared, and if anything, has only sparked more conversation about the tactics used on the Jets’ sideline and sidelines around the NFL.
Chargers WR Vincent Jackson joined Fran Charles to discuss getting back on the field this season, the play of QB Philip Rivers and whether he thinks he could be back in San Diego next season.
Here’s a look at the rundown for “NFL Total Access” on Tuesday. Have a guess as to who will be the topic of conversation?
Texans RB Arian Foster joined host Fran Charles on “NFL Total Access” to discuss what has led to his success this season, Thursday’s game against the Eagles and the impact of teammate Andre Johnson.