NFL Network analyst and Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner believes Tony Romo is among the NFL’s elite at his position.
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Who were the best undrafted players since 1970? The Total Access crew counts that down. Want a hint on who is No. 1? Well, he’s a quarterback. Just not the quarterback that you would expect.
By virtue of taking Cam Newton with the first overall pick of the 2011 NFL Draft, the Panthers have put their stock in the Auburn QB developing into a franchise player. So Newton was the pick, but now the question is, was he the right pick?
Virginia Commonwealth’s basketball team went from play-in bubble team to the Final Four, and has become the talk of the sporting world. But Cinderella runs are not just limited to college hoops. The NFL has had its share or memorable Cinderella teams, and we will count them down right now.
Tiki Barber wants to make a return to the NFL. And after a quick check of the calendar, yep, it is still only March 8.
Posted: Monday, February 28th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Hines Ward, Bob Pompeani, Chad Ochocinco, Chris Jericho, Dancing With The Stars, Emmitt Smith, Jason Taylor, Jerry Rice, Kurt Warner, Lawrence Taylor, Warren Sapp
NFL Network has exclusive coverage of the NFL Combine in Indianapolis starting on Thursday, Feb. 24 at 12:30 p.m.
The crowd at Cowboys Stadium is ready to cheer for anything. A Steelers player flashes on the big screen, huge ovation from the Steelers fans. And the same thing for the partisan Packers fan cheering anything Green Bay-related on the big board.
Donovan McNabb’s up-and-down first season in Washington ended in his benching for the team’s final three games, a report he will ask for his release, and the expectation among many he won’t be back for another go-round.
Posted: Tuesday, January 18th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Who has the Edge, AFC Championship Game, Daryl Johnston, Kurt Warner, New York Jets, NFL Total Access, Phil Simms, Pittsburgh Steelers, Rich Eisen
It’s time again for our little segment called Who has the Edge. This time around, it’s a Jets vs. Steelers edition.
Kurt Warner said the epic performance from Aaron Rodgers in the divisional round of the playoffs reminded him a lot of his own performance — against Rodgers — from a year ago.
Aaron Rodgers is pretty good. Last week, he became the first quarterback in NFL history to have a passer rating in each of his first two playoff starts exceed 120. He did it for a third consecutive time against the Falcons on Saturday night, leading the Packers to a spot in the NFC Championship Game.
What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the name Brett Favre?
Posted: Sunday, December 26th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Week 16 notable nuggets, Aaron Rodgers, Arian Foster, Bernie Kosar, Darren Sharper, Deion Sanders, Ed Reed, Kerry Collins, Kurt Warner, Matt Forte, Mike Ditka, Peyton Manning, Priest Holmes, Rob Gronkowski, Sam Bradford, Steve Mariucci, Tom Brady, Ty Law
A look at some of the most notable numbers, ongoing streaks and best performances from around the league, starting with Tom Terrific.