Vikings coach Brad Childress raised eyebrows last year when he picked up newly acquired Brett Favre at the airport after the quarterback signed with the club. Childress’ move could be seen as symbolic, as it likely saved the coach’s job.
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The time has come. And Brett Favre will be sitting on my bench.
Chris Cook impressed during preseason, to the point he was considered the favorite to start opposite Antoine Winfield. Now, he’s out at least two weeks with a knee injury that leaves the Vikings’ secondary thin.
Posted: Saturday, August 28th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Ahmad Bradshaw, Arian Foster, Bernard Berrian, Brian Westbrook, C.J. Spiller, Carson Palmer, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Daunte Culpepper, Dave Dameshek, Derek Anderson, frank gore, Greg Camarillo, Jason Campbell, Jeff Garcia, Jeff George, Matt Forte, Matt Leinart, Matt Moore, Maurice Jones-Drew, Michael Crabtree, Mike Williams, Montario Hardesty, Zach Miller
The Cardinals will give QB Derek Anderson a chance to prove that he should be the team’s signal caller as they travel to Chicago to take on the Bears.
The timing of the decision by Sidney Rice to undergo surgery on his ailing hip raised eyebrows for some, brought about conspiracy theories for others. The exact nature of Rice’s injury still hasn’t been revealed, but the fact remains he’s likely to miss at least eight weeks of the season after having surgery on Monday night. The suddenly short-handed Vikings responded in quick fashion by signing free agent Javon Walker, looking into a deal for Chargers holdout Vincent Jackson and trading for Greg Camarillo. On Wednesday, Rice posted a blog on his personal site explaining the timeline of his injury, including a previously unknown detail: A recent MRI exam by doctors revealed “significant changes” in his hip that his doctor felt […]
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.
Terrell Owens scored a touchdown, his first since Week 5, on an 8-yard pass from Brooks Bollinger. He’s still having a weak stat line overall, however, catching four passes for just 30 yards with one fumble lost.