There are times when I’ll have a thought (rare as it may be), and I’ll start to think of ways to articulate it in this space. I’ll go through a couple of options, figure out what I want to say, then begin writing. Other times, I’ll have an idea, then see a fellow reporter describe exactly what was going through my head probably better than I could. That was the case this morning with this column by Dave Hyde of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. He begins discussing the fact that the Miami Dolphins home opener won’t be a sellout (amazing), and then morphs into a few other points. The most salient of which is this, noted “to give the new […]
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The Dolphins released WR Chad Johnson last night on the heels of his arrest on a domestic violence charge, ending that saga before it really began. Regardless of what the courts find, the player who used to be called Ochocinco became a distraction for his new team, and that was enough for new coach Joe Philbin. Earlier in the offseason, I wrote a guide to understanding Ochocinco based on my time spent with him. In my closing comment, I said this: “Use your eyes and ignore the noise.” That is exactly what Philbin did in dismissing Johnson/Ochocinco. He used his eyes and saw a player who can’t really contribute anymore. And he ignored the noise, in this case the player’s explanation […]
After his performance at the Texas A&M pro day on Thursday, I think there’s a very good chance that QB Ryan Tannehill can be a top pick in the NFL Draft in April.
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.
If Peyton Manning leaves the Colts, where will he end up? More importantly, how will it affect his fantasy value?