There will be a heavy dose of Eagles talk as Rod Woodson is joined by host Paul Burmeister, analyst Torry Holt and reporter Kara Henderson on “NFL Total Access.”
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The Eagles will be without Pro Bowl CB Asante Samuel when they face the Houston Texans on Thursday night, NFL Network’s Kara Henderson reported.
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis told NFL Network’s Kara Henderson that QB Carson Palmer will start Thursday night against the Jets.
Of all the hot stories around the NFL on Thursday, the topic du joir at NFL Network is the immediate future of Vincent Jackson.
While NFL Network insider Michael Lombardi has reported Michael Vick will start for the injured Kevin Kolb in Week 2, the debate rages on as to which QB should be the starter in Philadelphia.
As the scene at Media Day starts to ramp up, here’s how you can keep up with all the action, watching NFL.com/LIVE or chatting live with us on the scene.
What a scene that has developed in New Orleans for today’s NFC Championship Game.
Kara Henderson just gave NFL Network viewers a look at the Vikings’ locker room in New Orleans, and rookie WR Percy Harvin‘s cubicle contained his jersey and gear.
Count San Diego Chargers TE Antonio Gates among those who is surprised by the play of the Denver Broncos defense this season.
Jets CB Darrelle Revis checked in via team cam today to chat with Kara Henderson on NFL Network’s Around The League.
Moments after the Eagles finished introducing newly-signed QB Michael Vick on Friday, his agent, Joe Segal, made the interview rounds inside the team’s NovaCare Complex.
With just over an hour to go before the Hall of Fame induction ceremony begins, the threat of rain appears to have lessened. Good news for the Hall and fans alike.
Unlike last year, when they alternated single sessions with two-a-days, the Patriots are opening camp this year with two practices a day for seven straight days. Coach Bill Belichick says it will help build the stamina of his players. Kevin Faulk‘s Belichickian response to it? That’s just coach being coach.
It was as if the Patriots’ world returned to its axis Thursday, when QB Tom Brady came back to the practice field. The weather was awful — 45 to 50 degrees with a cold drizzle — which left the 80 or so media members on hand chilled to the bone while giving No. 12 a warm welcome.