Posts Tagged ‘Michael Irvin’

Lions stamped as contenders by ‘No Huddle’ crew

The Lions are the hottest thing in the Motor City since …. well, let’s just say it’s been a really long time.

Was trading Kolb the right move by the Eagles?

In many ways the Eagles took a calculated risk trading capable backup Kevin Kolb during the offseason. Was trading Kolb the right move?

Irvin: What Romo showed was leadership

Maybe Tony Romo is starting to get some of the respect many feel he deserves. At the very least, the Romo haters can take the week off after his performance in Week 2.

First and 10: Tonight’s the night

President Barack Obama‘s Thursday night speech means that NFL Network is the place to catch the entire star-studded kickoff show that precedes the Saints-Packers game in its entirety.

Truth: Snoop pays homage to Prime

After all the tributes and tears, it was Snoop Dogg who tied a bow on things (no disrespect to Deion Sanders tying his do-rag around his bronze bust).

Mariucci unveils his All-HOF team

After tonight’s members are inducted, a total of 267 players will have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. Steve Mariucci goes position by position and pulls out his favorite 22 for his All-Hall of Fame team.

Irvin: Sanders the best athlete I’ve played with

The argument could be made that the cornerback going into the Hall of Fame today is the best one to ever grace the stage in Canton, Ohio. But one of Deion Sanders‘ former teammates, Michael Irvin, and coach, Steve Mariucci, argue that he was the best athelete of his generation.

Three and out: No guarantees for Bryant

Cowboys WR Dez Bryant has a ton of talent, but offseason red flags make him a risk-reward option in fantasy land.

Irvin: Carolina needs players for Cam’s success

The question about Cam Netwon‘s ability to be a franchise quarterback is moot, according to our Michael Irvin. The true question is if Carolina has the players that will allow Newton to reach his full potential. Irvin talks about that and more.

Newton to Panthers (in NFL Network’s mock draft)

NEW YORK – It’s not the most formal of mock drafts, but the NFL Network’s third annual roundtable mock draft is one of our last looks at how the analysts see the first round of the NFL Draft unfolding.

Faulk: Bennett is right about Romo

NFL Network’s Marshall Faulk doesn’t think Cowboys QB Tony Romo has earned the right to head into the 2011 season without facing a challenge from Jon Kitna for the starting job.

Pick Six: Cowboys’ all-time draft busts senior analyst Pat Kirwan offered up his two-round mock draft, and one name that stood out was Nebraska CB Prince Amakamara going to the Cowboys. Interesting choice, and when you think of the Cowboys drafting a defensive back you can’t help by think of the famed Rod Hill pick in 1982.

D-line prospects to watch

The defensive linemen will look to impress Monday at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. NFL Network’s Warren Sapp, Steve Mariucci and Michael Irvin point out the big men to watch.

How much does character count?

In separate news conferences Saturday, two high-profile quarterback prospects — Cam Newton and Ryan Mallett — fielded questions from the media that had nothing to do with their ability to run an offense. The inquiries stem from both combine participants’ off-the-field problems and legal issues.

NFL Network broadcasting the Combine exclusively

NFL Network has exclusive coverage of the NFL Combine in Indianapolis starting on Thursday, Feb. 24 at 12:30 p.m.

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