LaDainian Tomlinson told NFL Network that part of the Jets’ success is due to the team buying into the plan of head coach Rex Ryan.
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NFL Network analyst Rod Woodson made a bold proclamation about Eagles QB Michael Vick on “Total Access” on Wednesday.
NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora has the latest on the CBA negotiations, injury updates on Saints RBs Reggie Bush and Pierre Thomas, Browns WR Joshua Cribbs and Titans WR Kenny Britt, as well as the possibility of former Dallas coach Wade Phillips landing with Mike Shanahan in Washington.
Here’s an inside look at Daryl Johnston (you can’t quite make out the Super Bowl ring he’s sporting), Fran Charles and Hall of Famer Rod Woodson prepping for Wednesday’s “NFL Total Access.” Speaking of NFLTA … plenty of talk today on the matchup between the Bears and Dolphins on “Thursday Night Football.” Can the Bears protect Jay Cutler? Are special teams and running the ball the keys for the Dolphins? Plus, a Michael Vick conversation. Rod and Daryl will discuss how the Giants can try to contain the Eagles quarterback after his epic Monday night performance. Jason La Canfora is up for a look Around the League, plus Rod examines Cameron Wake of the Dolphins on the touchscreen and NFL VP of Officiating Carl […]
Posted: Tuesday, November 9th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Brian Baldinger, Charles Davis, Dallas Cowboys, Fran Charles, Jason Garrett, Jerry Jones, Mike Mayock, NFL Total Access, Rod Woodson, Wade Phillips
Brian Baldinger, Mike Mayock, Charles Davis and Rod Woodson discuss whether the Cowboys can get any better under interim coach Jason Garrett .
NFL Network analysts Charles Davis, Torry Holt, Mike Mayock and Solomon Wilcots take their turn dissecting the odd set of circumstances at play in Washington, and if Mike Shanahan’s decision to pull McNabb was the right call.
Posted: Thursday, October 28th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Brad Childress, Brett Favre, Fran Charles, Jay Glazer, Minnesota Vikings, NFL Total Access, Rod Woodson, San Diego Chargers, Terrell Owens, Trent Green
How long will Vikings coach Brad Childress stick with Brett Favre if he proves to be ineffective against the Patriots?
After three weeks of the season, Total Access assess which NFL coaches could be in real danger of not holding onto their jobs.
Philip Rivers says the Chargers aren’t changing their lofty expecations in spite of the absences of Vincent Jackson and Marcus McNeill.
Legendary play-by-play voice Al Michaels told NFL Network he fully anticipates seeing Brett Favre under center when the Vikings kick off the 2010 NFL season against the Saints.
Rams general manager Billy Devaney told NFL Network’s Fran Charles that the front office is unanimous on who the team will take with the No. 1 pick.
In the first unofficial Favre Watch of 2010, Jamie Dukes and Charles Davis discussed whether Brett Favre missing mandetory offseason team work is a problem for the rest of the Vikings.
NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora told NFL Total Access Tuesday there is “nothing imminent” on a McNabb trade and no timetable exists to get a deal done.
Posted: Monday, March 29th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Ben Roethlisberger, Charles Davis, Colt McCoy, Eric Berry, Fran Charles, Gil Brandt, Jamie Dukes, Jared Gaither, Jimmy Clausen, Joe Haden, marion barber, Mike Holmgren, Mike Mayock, NFL Total Access, Rob Sims, Sam Bradford, Scott Hanson
By all accounts, Sam Bradford had a pretty impressive workout Monday. Is Bradford to the Rams now a foregone conclusion, or could the Rams look into other (trade) options?
Posted: Wednesday, March 17th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Billy Devaney, Charles Davis, Charley Casserly, Derek Anderson, Fran Charles, JaMarcus Russell, Jamie Dukes, Jason La Canfora, Ken Whisenhunt, Matt Leinart, Mike Mayock, NFL Total Access, Rod Woodson, Sam Bradford, Tim Tebow
Much of Wednesday’s production meeting for NFL Total Access was dedicated to Tim Tebow, who will be a focal point of the show today at 7 p.m. ET. Get the latest from analysts Mike Mayock and Charley Casserly on Tebow’s pro day performance.