Posts Tagged ‘Kurt Warner’
Posted: Monday, February 25th, 2013 | Alex Gelhar Tags: 40-yard dash, Chad Johnson, Dancing With The Stars, Donald Driver, Emmitt Smith, Hines Ward, Jacoby Jones, Jerry Rice, Kurt Warner, Lawrence Taylor, Manti Te'o, Michael Irvin, NFL Combine, Warren Sapp
Jacoby Jones will be the latest NFL player to compete on Dancing with the Stars. In honor of his acceptance on the show, we count down the greatest NFL players to compete for the coveted Dancing with the Stars mirror ball trophy.
Posted: Sunday, November 18th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Andre Johnson, A.J. Green, Aaron Hernandez, Andy Reid, Ben Watson, DeSean Jackson, Dez Bryant, Fantasy Fraidy Cat, Jeremy Maclin, Justin Blackmon, Kurt Warner, Lance Moore, LeSean McCoy, Marcel Reece, Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Rob Gronkowski, Robert Griffin III, T.Y. Hilton, Tony Romo
There is a segment we run every Monday called #thathelpsnoone where we celebrate the curtain jerkers who rob precious fantasy points from the guys we actually started. And if we wanted to, we could have filled the entire hour on Monday with #thathelpsnoone and we’re not even talking about the San Diego Chargers.
Posted: Thursday, August 30th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Andrew Luck, Brandon Weeden, Calvin Johnson, Dez Bryant, Doug Martin, Jim Brown, Joe Thomas, Justin Blackmon, Kevin Smith, Kurt Warner, Matt Kalil, Melvin Ingram, Michael Vick, Morris Claiborne, Peyton Manning, Ray Rice, Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson, Shawne Merriman, Stephen Hill, Tim Tebow, Trent Richardson
The 2012 season is just days away from kicking off and this looks like an exciting season with a lot of big-name rookies expected to make a huge impact. But you can’t talk about those rookies without the inevitable comparisons. Here’s a look at some of the top rookies and how they compare to their contemporaries.
Posted: Friday, August 24th, 2012 | Kevin Patra Tags: NFL AM, Arizona Cardinals, John Skelton, Kevin Kolb, Kurt Warner, Larry Fitzgerald, Mark Kriegel, Steve Wyche
With a sputtering Cardinals offense will Larry Fitzgerald be able to put up his usual number?
Posted: Tuesday, May 29th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Hakeem Nicks, Aaron Rodgers, Brett Favre, Kurt Warner, Mark Trumbo, Matt Flynn, Matt Hasselbeck, Rueben Randle, Titus Young
Hakeem Nicks could be ready for the start of the season, but he still comes with some risk as a WR1.
Posted: Monday, May 7th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Robert Griffin III, Aaron Rodgers, Albert Pujols, Brett Favre, Joseph Addai, Kurt Warner, Los Angeles Kings, Matt Flynn, Pete Carroll, Stevan Ridley, Tarvaris Jackson, The Avengers
Happy Monday everybody. What a weekend we just had. “The Avengers” set all sorts of records, and will even get this DC-loving comic enthusiast to see a Marvel movie. Albert Pujols hit his first home run of the season. The Los Angeles Kings swept the Blues (we’re waiting for St. Louis to honor its obligation in a civic bet to send over its football team). And we got our first glimpse of some of the newest NFL stars. There is so much going on, let’s take a look at some of the top fantasy storylines.
Posted: Tuesday, April 17th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2012 NFL schedules, Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts, Kurt Warner, Robert Griffin III, Steve Mariucci, Washington Redskins
Everyone agrees that top QB prospects Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III have bright futures, but NFL Network analysts Steve Mariucci and Kurt Warner don’t see either having much success immediately, at least in terms of wins and losses.
Posted: Friday, March 2nd, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: NFL Network, Arizona Cardinals, Bobby McCray, Bounty, Hits, injury, Kurt Warner, New Orleans Saints
Like many, former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner believes there’s no place in the game for anyone intentionally trying to injure opposing players. Warner isn’t convinced, though, he was necessarily targeted for injury.
Posted: Sunday, February 26th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2012 NFL Scouting Combine, Andrew Luck, Kirk Cousins, Kurt Warner, quarterbacks, Robert Griffin III
NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner, a former NFL MVP and Super Bowl-winning quarterback, watched all the QBs work out Sunday at the NFL Scouting Combine and shares his thoughts.
Posted: Wednesday, February 8th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: NFL Total Access, Eli Manning, Joe Namath, Kurt Warner, Michael Lombardi, New York Giants
Kurt Warner created a firestorm with comments about Eli Manning‘s worthiness for the Hall of Fame. We took the debate to the next level Wednesday on “NFL Total Access”, pitting Warner vs. Michael Lombardi in an instant debate.
Posted: Sunday, February 5th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Super Bowl XLVI, Joe Montana, Kurt Warner, New England Patriots, New York Giants, Tom Brady
Tom Brady has already made history this evening with a pair of Super Bowl passing records.
Posted: Saturday, February 4th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: GameDay Morning, Aaron Rodgers, Eli Manning, Kurt Warner, NFL Network, Tom Brady
You wouldn’t expect Eli Manning to embrace the pressures of playing quarterback in New York. But to hear Manning talk, it’s all about being himself.
Posted: Thursday, February 2nd, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Super Bowl XLVI, Boston Red Sox, Cam Newton, Curt Schilling, Demaryius Thomas, Drew Brees, Kurt Warner, Larry Fitzgerald, Will Forte
I never figured I’d shake the hand of Curt Schilling. I really never figured I’d end up liking the guy, but it happened when the famed Red Sox hurler stopped by the “NFL.com Live” set, along with my cohorts, Dave Dameshek, Elliot Harrison and Jason Smith.
Posted: Tuesday, January 31st, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Indianapolis Colts, Kurt Warner, NFL GameDay Morning
Eli Manning says the impact of his brother, Peyton Manning on the city of Indianapolis — which has spanned 14 years — goes far beyond football.
Posted: Thursday, January 26th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Countdown to the Super Bowl, David Tyree, James Harrison, John Taylor, Kurt Warner, Larry Fitzgerald, Santonio Holmes
We’re 10 days from the Super Bowl and here is your question of the day: What is the greatest catch in Super Bowl history?