Posts Tagged ‘Maurice Jones-Drew’
Posted: Monday, August 15th, 2011 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Buffalo Bills, Chris Cooley, Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, Felix Jones, Jacksonville Jaguars, Lee Evans, Matthew Stafford, Maurice Jones-Drew, Steve Johnson, Washington Redskins
Maurice Jones-Drew, an avid fantasy football owner, is ready to prove the “gurus” that he should be listed higher in draft rankings.
Posted: Thursday, August 11th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Albert Haynesworth, Brad Childress, Colt McCoy, Jay Cutler, Maurice Jones-Drew, Minnesota Vikings, Pittsburgh Steelers, Randy Moss, Shaun Ellis, Steve Smith
Steve Smith has left New York for greener pastures — Eagles green, that is. Smith’s signing means Giants-Eagles will join other NFL contests that feature high-profile homecomings this season, including Shaun Ellis lining up against the New York Jets in a Patriots uniform, and Pats DE Albert Haynesworth getting a crack at his old coach Mike Shanahan when New England visits Washington on Dec. 11. We asked our panel of experts which 2011 “revenge game” they’re looking forward to most in the latest Instant Debate. Look for that later today on NFL.com
Posted: Friday, July 22nd, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Chester Pitts, Chris Cooley, DeMaurice Smith, Greg Aiello, Heath Evans, Josh Cribbs, Maurice Jones-Drew, Peter King, Philip Rivers, Roger Goodell
Browns Pro Bowl WR/KR Josh Cribbs was one of many NFL players taking to the airwaves Thursday, urging fans to be patient and revealing some of the issues still in dispute between owners and players. “Things (remaining to be solved) as far as health care for retired players, pads during practice and how long can two-a-days go,” Cribbs said on NFL Network. “This is a 10-year deal. We can’t enter into it lightly. So fans have to understand that until we can completely dissect the CBA, we can’t go forward. “We hate that it’s being put out there that the lockout is over when the reality is that we’ve just made significant progress. We don’t want the fans to look […]
Posted: Friday, July 8th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, John Mackey, Keith Bulluck, Kerry Collins, Matt Hasselbeck, Maurice Jones-Drew, Plaxico Burress, Tom Brady
As we mourn the passing of Hall of Fame tight end John Mackey, it got NFL.com seniuor writer Steve Wyche to thinking about how Mackey revolutionized his position back in the ‘60s. Could there be such a revolutionary in today’s NFL?
Posted: Thursday, July 7th, 2011 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Three and out, Austin Collie, Brett Favre, Favre Watch, Maurice Jones-Drew, Three and out
The Jaguars are reportedly worried about Maurice Jones-Drew’s knee. But should fantasy owners have the same concerns?
Posted: Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Maurice Jones-Drew, Peyton Manning, Rashad Jennings, Ryan Mathews, Three and out, Tom Brady
Tom Brady beat out Peyton Manning in the NFL’s Top 100 players of 2011. He’s also a better fantasy option … find out what puts Brady ahead of the Colts quarterback.
Posted: Thursday, June 30th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Dan Dierdorf, Dhani Jones, Ed Reed, Ken Anderson, Kevin James, Maurice Jones-Drew, Rich Eisen, Roddy White, Roy Green, Terrelle Pryor, Troy Polamalu
When it comes to the greatest players in St. Louis Cardinals history, the list isn’t terribly long. So it came as somewhat of a surprise to us that two of the best players ever to don a St. Louis Cardinals uniform celebrate birthdays one day apart.
Posted: Tuesday, June 21st, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Adam Rank Steve Wyche, Antonio Gates, Bucky Brooks, Chris Cooley, DeMarcus Ware, Jason La Canfora, LeSean McCoy, Maurice Jones-Drew, Osi Umenyiora, Philip Rivers, Roddy White, Steve Smith, The Top 100 Players of 2011, Tiki Barber, Troy Polamalu
Antonio Gates is already one of the best offensive tight ends in the history of the league, but did the players get it wrong by ranking him ahead of the man responsible for getting him the ball?
Posted: Monday, June 20th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Chad Pennington, James Harrison, LeSean McCoy, Maurice Jones-Drew, Osi Umenyiora, Pat Kirwan, Patrick Willis, Torry Holt, Warren Sapp
We’re getting into crunch time on NFL Network’s “The Top 100: Players of 2011” list, with players 30-21 revealed on Sunday night.
Posted: Tuesday, April 12th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Mark Ingram, 2011 NFL Draft, Arian Foster, Brian Billick, Chris Johnson, Emmitt Smith, Jamaal Charles, Maurice Jones-Drew, Michael Turner
NFL Network analyst Brian Billick opened his running back chat on NFL.com on Tuesday by saying that the value of today’s running back as been diminished, not because of skill, but because team are not putting a high value on the position. That shouldn’t matter to Mark Ingram.
Posted: Wednesday, April 6th, 2011 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Maurice Jones-Drew, Rashad Jennings
Maurice Jones-Drew is ahead of schedule in his return from knee surgery. That’s good news for his fantasy value moving forward.
Posted: Friday, February 11th, 2011 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Arian Foster, Chris Johnson, Darren McFadden, frank gore, Maurice Jones-Drew, Ray Rice, Steve Slaton
Arian Foster is motivated for the 2011 season. Want proof? Check this out…
Posted: Thursday, January 27th, 2011 | Simon Samano Tags: 2011 Pro Bowl, Jay Cutler, Marcedes Lewis, Maurice Jones-Drew
Calm down, everybody. Maurice Jones-Drew is still the lovable “Pocket Hercules” we all know and love.
Posted: Tuesday, January 25th, 2011 | Frank Tadych Tags: Charles Barkley, Caleb Hanie, Chicago Bears, Darnell Dockett, Jay Cutler, Kirk Morrison, Maurice Jones-Drew
And why not get the opinion of Charles Barkley on all of the drama surrounding Jay Cutler?
Posted: Sunday, January 23rd, 2011 | Frank Tadych Tags: Jay Cutler, Asante Samuel, Brian Urlacher, Caleb Hanie, Chicago Bears, Darnell Dockett, Kirk Morrison, Lovie Smith, Maurice Jones-Drew, NFC Championship Game
Before Todd Collins even had time to get pulled in favor of Caleb Hanie, the court of public opinion had already convicted Jay Cutler of having no heart because he was on the sideline with a knee injury.