Besides hunting quarterbacks, Jared Allen fills his free time trying his hand at hunting large game. That, and writing cookbooks.
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Posted: Wednesday, September 8th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Antonio Dixon, Brian Baldinger, Brodrick Bunkley, Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, DeSean Jackson, Jared Allen, Kevin Kolb, Kevin Williams, Michael Vick, Mike Patterson, Philadelphia Eagles, Riley Cooper, Trevor Laws
Taking another look at Eagles QB Kevin Kolb on film, he’s very natural and smooth in some areas but needs to work on the patience required to be a pocket passer in the NFL.
Now, this is a real Favre Watch. We’ve reached DEFCON 1.5. And now for the latest hint that Brett Favre is returning: His official site, officialbrettfavre.com, is unavailable.
Jared Allen maintains that with or without Brett Favre, the Vikings’ goals remain the same.
NFL Network analyst Solomon Wilcots laid out his criteria to be considered the best defensive end in the league — be relentless, have a high motor and a mullet.
We’ll take a quick break from our regularly scheduled offseason football posts to update the status of Jared Allen’s hair, which, for various reasons, has become a storyline this week.
It’s an end of an era in Minnesota. Vikings fans will ask for generations, “Where were you when you found out Jared Allen cut his mullet?”
From a somewhat inside perspective, the existence of a Pro Bowler was very leisurly on Friday.
When reporter Maurice Jones-Drew asks Jared Allen about his hair, this conversation takes a sharp turn.
Vikings DE Jared Allen had a message for teammate Brett Favre from the Pro Bowl.
Cowboys LT Flozell Adams left Sunday’s NFC divisional playoff game against the Vikings with an injured right calf and is questionable to return.
Jets coach Rex Ryan believes those among the nationwide panel of 50 sportswriters and broadcasters who voted for CB Darrelle Revis for NFL Defensive Player of the Year had it right.
Posted: Tuesday, December 29th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2010 Pro Bowl, Adrian Peterson, Alan Faneca, Brett Favre, Brian Cushing, Brian Orakpo, Bryant McKinnie, DeSean Jackson, Gil Byrd, Heath Farwell, Jairus Byrd, Jared Allen, Kevin Williams, Peyton Manning, Randy Moss, Ray Lewis, Sidney Rice, Steve Hutchinson, Tony Gonzalez, Troy Polamalu
Taking a look through the 2010 Pro Bowl rosters for the AFC and NFC, here are a few interesting distinctions. The list starts with the Minnesota Vikings, who lead the way with eight Pro Bowl representatives.
The Packers already vulnerable offensive line has more questions as it faces the Vikings.
The effort to minimize the hype around Brett Favre’s return to Green Bay is in full effect. The Packers are acknowledging that it is going to be a different atmosphere but they, like the Vikings, are trying to play up the significance of the actual game between the NFC North rivals. Good luck. It might be mellow right now — not too much chatter about things about town (more on that in a pending blog) — but the momentum is going to build as the week moves on.