Posts Tagged ‘Julian Edelman’

Aaron Dobson optimistic for training camp return

In today’s Three and Out: Patriots wide receiver Aaron Dobson is optimistic about being fully healthy in time for training camp.

Texans set on drafting Blake Bortles?

In today’s Three and Out: Blake Bortles to the Texans could be an intriguing fantasy fit; Danny Amendola might be looking for a new fit.

Julian Edelman unsure of return to Patriots

In today’s Three and Out: Julian Edelman could force the Patriots to make some tough choices; Michael Vick says he’ll be a Week 1 starter next season.

Cowboys add another play-caller to the mix

Cowboys hire Linehan to call plays: Never being a group to shy away from out-of-the-box ideas, the Dallas Cowboys have hired former Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan to call plays. But there’s a twist — the Cowboys are also retaining Bill Callahan to be the team’s offensive coordinator. Linehan spent the past five seasons leading the Lions’ offense and turned them into a top 10 outfit over the past three campaigns. While life in Detroit has centered on the passing game, Linehan has had some success running the football in the past. In 2002-03, his Minnesota Vikings were in the top five in rushing yards. The biggest issue could be a divergence of opinion among the team’s braintrust in how to operate […]

Chris Johnson knee surgery worth watching

Johnson to have surgery: Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson will reportedly undergo surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his knee. It was the same injury Johnson played a bulk of the season with, likely contributing to a season in which he ran for just 1,077 yards — the second-lowest total of his career. It’s with that production and now a knee surgery that the speedy running back heads into free agency. Since he is adamant against taking a pay cut, it’s hard to imagine Johnson returning to Tennessee next season. However, it could be interesting to see how many teams have an interest in the veteran and what role he would potentially fit into. Amendola could be cut: Speculation is […]

More surgery coming for Rob Gronkowski. Now what?

Rob Gronkowski is going to spend some more time under the knife, which is starting to affect his fantasy value. Marcas Grant looks at what this means for Gronk, Tom Brady and the rest of the Patriots.

NFL fantasy football: Patriots re-sign Julian Edelman

In today’s Three and Out: Julian Edelman is back in New England, Aaron Hernandez wants to get stronger and Dion Lewis has a new home.

Brady, Welker, Edelman take the field

Pats QB Tom Brady wasn’t overwhelming booed by the Giants fans at Lucas Oil Stadium when he first took the field Sunday.

Playbook: Giants, Patriots win with scheme

When you look at the tape, the Patriots and Giants walked away conference champions for reasons that spanned the length of the game. And the Ravens and 49ers exited stage right for just as many reasons.

First and 10: Top 100 draws anger from within

Dave Dameshek will try to be objective despite his Steelers bias, because he is outraged – outraged! – that Ben Roethlisberger showed up Sunday night on NFL Network’s “The Top 100 Players of 2011″ at No. 41. That’s way too low, Dameshek says, and he makes his case in this short bonus podcast.

First and 10: Grilling wideouts for Memorial Day

Hope you all enjoyed a fun and safe Memorial Day. Did you spend it at a barbecue with friends and family? You probably were saying to yourself, “I wonder what New England Patriots receiver Julian Edelman is doing on Memorial Day?” Well, funny you asked.

Injury roundup: Texans lose Ryans for season

Texans MLB DeMeco Ryans is done for the season following a torn Achilles’ tendon, one of the most notable injuries of Week 6.

New-look Patriots, same old success

Just when teams think they’ve stopped Tom Brady by taking away Randy Moss and Wes Welker, the Patriots find new ways — and new weapons — to arm themselves for another title run.

Edelman, Maroney out for Pats vs. Bengals

Patriots WR Julian Edelman (foot) and RB Laurence Maroney (thigh) are both inactive for New England’s season opener against the Bengals. Both players were limited in practice this week and listed as questionable in Friday’s injury report.

To motivate, Holt can show Pats receivers the finger

To show second-year receivers Julian Edelman and Brandon Tate the passion he’s displayed during his career, all Torry Holt’s got to do is show the young guys his left hand and the funky, deformed middle finger he’s been hauling in touchdowns with.

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