Miami Dolphins wide receiver Chad Johnson is making the most out of his new surroundings, but is he worth the risk in fantasy football leagues?
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Browns running back Trent Richardson plans on being a Cleveland icon. Though expectations are high, he might be able to deliver.
Contract negotiations for Saints QB Drew Brees aren’t going to progress well if the team clings to its silly assertion it should receive a discount for taking a medical risk for him in 2006.
Joe Linta, the agent for Ravens QB Joe Flacco, met with team officials at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis on Saturday afternoon and said initial contract talks went well.
Posted: Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Anquan Boldin, Baltimore Ravens, Chad Henne, Eli Manning, Joe Flacco, Joe Philbin, Laurent Robinson, Lee Evans, Mario Manningham, Matt Flynn, Matt Moore, Miami Dolphins, Mohamed Sanu, New York Giants, Ramses Barden, Ray Rice, Torrey Smith, Victor Cruz, Vincent Jackson, Wes Welker
With Mario Manningham expected to hit free agency, the Giants could consider a number of options for what has become a rather productive No. 3 receiver position.
Posted: Thursday, November 24th, 2011 | NFL Playbook Staff Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Joe Flacco, Justin Smith, Navorro Bowman, Patrick Willis, Playbook, Ray McDonald, San Francisco 49ers, Tale of the tape
After tonight’s Thanksgiving feast, you’ll probably feel stuffed like a 300-pound defensive lineman. That’s actually quite appropriate, because if you tune in to watch Thursday Night Football on NFL Network, all of the best talent will be in the trenches for the 49ers and Ravens.
Posted: Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 | jasonfsmith1 Tags: Blog Log Blog, Alex Smith, Anquan Boldin, Brady Quinn, Calvin Johnson, Eddie Royal, frank gore, Greg Olsen, Jay Cutler, Joe Flacco, Kellen Winslow, Matt Forte, Matt Ryan, Michael Turner, Oakland Raiders, Ray Rice, Roddy White, Ryan Torain, San Diego Chargers, Todd Heap
With the first Thursday night game of the year around the corner, Jason Smith breaks down previous Thursday night games and finds one position has generally excelled above all others.
Posted: Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Aaron Rodgers, Al Davis, Chas Henry, Eli Manning, Joe Flacco, Mike Shanahan, New England Patriots, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Philip Rivers, Roy Helu
If you missed the New York Giants’ Super Bowl flashback against the New England Patriots, or Sunday night’s stirring final drive by the Baltimore Ravens against the Pittsburgh Steelers, NFL Network’s got you covered with a special edition of “NFL Replay” Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.
John Harbaugh has done a few impressive things lately, including quoting Theodore Roosevelt. The other is utilizing the spread formation to get the most out of QB Joe Flacco in the shotgun, a move that might be more geared for the long-run.
When the Bears host the Vikings on Sunday night, Jay Cutler won’t be the only quarterback twitching. If it seems as if Cutler is sacked more consistently than any other QB in the league, you’re right. The Bears passer has been taken down at least once in 27 straight games, the longest active streak in the league. But Donovan McNabb isn’t far behind, having been sacked in 20 straight games.
Posted: Monday, September 19th, 2011 | NFL Playbook Staff Tags: Brandon Marshall, Dave Ball, David Nelson, Derrick Morgan, Jason Pinkston, Joe Flacco, Jonathan Joseph, Mike Munchak, Preston Parker, Ryan Kerrigan, Tony Scheffler
The “Playbook” crew was up early going through the game film from Week 2, and came away with plenty of things they noticed.
Not to rain on their parade or anything, but Jason La Canfora discusses the contract situations of a trio of big names: Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and Haloti Ngata.
NFL.com analyst Bucky Brooks got some feathers rattled recently in a column he wrote suggesting that Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers shouldn’t be crowned among the league’s elite quarterbacks (Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Tom Brady) yet. Some of those emotions might get stirred up again as we broached the subject in the Cover Two podcast with Brooks and NFL.com senior writer Steve Wyche.
Part of what makes the Ravens-Steelers rivalry one of the best in football — other than the games, of course — is the amount of talk that goes on between players, mostly through the media. And with no football to talk about, we’ll take whatever material we can get.
Posted: Wednesday, May 4th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Data Points, Baltimore Ravens, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jagues, Joe Flacco, Michael Oher, New England Patriots, Ozzie Newsome, Pittsburgh Steelers, Terrell Suggs
If you watched the NFL Draft, and we know you did, then you’ve surely heard the mantra that drafting well leads to team success. The club most often mentioned as a sterling example is the New England Patriots.