What’s the future of QB Brady Quinn in Cleveland? If there isn’t more production out of Quinn, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Browns make a change at some point in the next three to five weeks.
Posts Tagged ‘Matt Cassel’
Posted: Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Brady Quinn, Brodie Croyle, Carolina Panthers, Chad Rinehart, Chris Samuels, Cleveland Browns, Clinton Portis, Derek Anderson, Detroit Lions, Jake Delhomme, Jeff Fisher, Kansas City Chiefs, Matt Cassel, Matt Jones, Miami Dolphins, Randy Thomas, Rod Bironas, Santana Moss, Stephon Heyer, Tennessee Tiatns, Tod Haley, Tony Gonzalez, Washington Redskins
Some 0-2 teams are in a lot better shape than others, at least in part because they know who they want to be, and what they do best.
The way I saw it, first-year head coaches Tom Cable and Todd Haley were each in desperate need of a win in Week 2 following tough losses the previous week. Turnovers proved to be the difference in the Raiders’ win.
Kansas City Chiefs QB Matt Cassel, who suffered a sprained left knee during the preseason and missed Week 1, is active for the Chiefs today against the Oakland Raiders.
Posted: Friday, September 18th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Brandon Flowers, Greg Ellis, Johnnie Lee Higgins, Kansas City Chiefs, Kirk Morrison, Matt Cassel, Nnamdi Asomugha, Oakland Raiders, Week 2 injury report
Chiefs QB Matt Cassel will be a game-time decision for the second consecutive week. Cassel, who’s nursing a sprained left knee, is officially listed as questionable for the Chiefs’ matchup with the AFC West rival Raiders.
Chiefs QB Matt Cassel‘s playing status will be a game-time decision for the second consecutive week, coach Todd Haley said.
Chiefs QB Matt Cassel was limited in practice Thursday for the second consecutive day, but there’s still no indication from coach Todd Haley on the quarterback’s status.
Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe remains a must-start, but Texans WR Kevin Walter is inactive today.
The Chiefs official Web site is reporting that Matt Cassel is inactive for Sunday’s game at Baltimore. The Chiefs will now lean on either Brodie Croyle or Tyler Thigpen to start.
Despite proclaiming that his sprained left knee “feels pretty good” earlier this week, QB Matt Cassel will likely be a game-time decision against the Ravens on Sunday.
I went through a few hot topics in Tuesday’s Around the League segment with Rich Eisen on Total Access, including the status of Chiefs QB Matt Cassel.
Posted: Tuesday, September 8th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Brad Childress, Brandon Marshall, Brian Westbrook, Cadillac Williams, Chad Ochocinco, Chris Cooley, Darren McFadden, Eric Mangini, Felix Jones, Gregg Williams, Hakeem Nicks, JaMarcus Russell, Jason Witten, Jay Cutler, Josh Morgan, Kyle Orton, Leon Washington, Martellus Bennett, Matt Cassel, Matthew Stafford, Michael Crabtree, Nate Washington, Pat White, Ronnie Brown, Santana Moss, Sean McDermott, T.O., Terrell Suggs, Todd Haley, Tom Brandstater, Tony Gonzalez, willie parker
We’re all excited for the games to finally begin. Plenty of reasons to keep an eye on each offering.
Posted: Friday, September 4th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: A.J. Feeley, Buffalo Bills, Byron Leftwich, Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Jacksonvilel Jaguars, Jeff Garcia, Kansas City Chiefs, Kevin O'Connell, Luke McCown, Matt Cassel, Michael Vick, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, New Orleans, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, Scott Pioli, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tarvaris Jackson, Tyler Thigpen
No shortage of experienced (and not so experienced) quarterbacks available, and plenty of teams in need.
Matt Cassel is hurt. The offensive coordinator has been dismissed. The wide receiver corps is in shambles. No wonder there’s not one member of the Chiefs not named Dwayne Bowe that I’d want on my fantasy team.
I started this series on no-win situations with WR Roy Williams, who finds himself in the middle of the soap opera in Dallas. Now I’m adding Kyle Orton to the list. It’s easy to say, if they produce at an incredibly high level there won’t be a problem. Well, we have a problem, because in both situations Pro Bowl play is the bar.