After Randy Moss declared himself the greatest wide receiver of all-time, Marcas Grant looked at it from a fantasy perspective. It went about how you’d expect.
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Posted: Sunday, October 17th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Adrian Peterson, Art Monk, Bill Belichick, Brett Favre, Brian Mitchell, Chris Ivory, DeSean Jackson, Devin Hester, Dick LeBeau, Eli Manning, Eric Metcalf, Hines Ward, Jeremy Maclin, Jerry Rice, John Elway, LaDainian Tomlinson, Lou Groza, Marvin Harrison, Mike Vrabel, Mike Williams, Phil Dawson, Phil Simms, Randy Moss, Ronde Barber, Terrell Owens, Tom Brady
A look at Week 6 through some of the most notable numbers of the week, with an assist from George Li of the NFL Network research desk.
Posted: Sunday, October 3rd, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Aeneas Williams, Antonio Gates, Arian Foster, Billy Sims, Charles Woodson, Dallas Clark, Deion Sanders, Emmitt Smith, Eric Dickerson, Greg Pruitt, Isaac Bruce, Jim Brown, John Elway, Josh Scobee, Ken Houston, Kurt Warner, Kyle Orton, LaDainian Tomlinson, Lance Alworth, Marshall Faulk, Marvin Harrison, Matt Ryan, Peyton Hillis, Peyton Manning, Reggie Wayne, Steven Jackson, Terrell Owens, Tony Dorsett, Tony Gonzalez
With an assist from George Li on the NFL Network research desk, here’s a look at some of the most notable numbers and best performances to come out of Week 4.
Posted: Sunday, September 19th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Andre Johnson, Antonio Brown, Antonio Gates, Brett Favre, Chad Ochocinco, Chris Johnson, Clay Matthews, Curly Lambeau, David Garrard, Doak Walker, Donovan McNabb, Elvis Grbac, Jahvid Best, Joe Flacco, LeSean McCoy, Lynn Chandois, Mark Sanchez, Marvin Harrison, Matt Schaub, Michael Vick, Mike McCarthy, Mike Shanahan, Mike Tomlin, Mike Williams, Randy Moss, Shannon Sharpe, Troy Polamalu, Vinny Testeverde, Wes Welker
With Week 2 almost in the books, here’s a look at a few key statistics and notable numbers from Sunday’s action from George Li on the NFL Network research desk.
Posted: Sunday, December 27th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Brett Favre, Cedric Benson, Cris Carter, Dan Marino, Darren Sharper, Dave Krieg, DeAngelo Williams, Ed Reed, Elvis Dumervil, Fran Tarkenton, frank gore, Isaac Bruce, Jerry Rice, John Elway, Jonathan Stewart, Kurt Warner, Marvin Harrison, Matt Hasselbeck, Peyton Manning, Simon Fletcher, Terrell Owens, Tim Brown
A number of team and league records were broken in Week 17, while some players joined elite statistical company on all-time lists.
The Baltimore Sun reports that Ravens coach John Harbaugh plans to talk with veteran WR Derrick Mason, who announced his intention to retire earlier this week.
If he holds to the decision that was reported Monday, Derrick Mason’s retirement comes at a very bad time for the Ravens. In many ways, Mason holds all the cards, and the Ravens now have a much different set of issues to address.
Posted: Thursday, July 2nd, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Amani Toomer, Derrick Brooks, Dewayne Robertson, Edgerrin James, free agents, Mark Tauscher, Marvin Harrison, Pete Kendall, Shaun Alexander, Willie McGinest
A lot of big-name free agents are still out there, and some will find work at some point this summer.
Panthers DE Julius Peppers has been unhappy for most of the offseason and demanded a trade. But after months of rumors and no movement, Peppers signed his one-year franchise tender on Wednesday worth $16.7 million. Now, he’s apparently open to signing a long-term extension with the team.
Despite published reports to the contrary, veteran WR Marvin Harrison doesn’t plan to retire, according to his agent. In fact, Tom Condon said Harrison wants to play in 2009 and that the former Colt’s knee is OK.
The 13-year marriage between Marvin Harrison and the Indianapolis Colts is over.
Colts owner Jim Irsay announced Tuesday that the team has granted Harrison’s request to be released, a move that will have implications in fantasy football.
After the two sides couldn’t agree on a restructured contract, WR Marvin Harrison asked the Colts to release him, a league source said Sunday night.
As much as the team would rather not — and Colts president Bill Polian acknowledged Sunday that it’s a tricky situation — Harrison is a luxury that Indianapolis can no longer afford.
CB Kelvin Hayden, who helped the Indianapolis Colts win Super Bowl XLI three years ago, reached an agreement with the team on a five-year, $43 million contract that includes $22.5 million in guaranteed money.
It’s no longer a question of if WR Marvin Harrison will be let go by the Colts. It has become a question of when. It will happen in the coming days, certainly before the new league year starts a week from Friday, but few are sure exactly when.