NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was among a host of NFL executives and current and former players who appeared Tuesday night at a gala premiere for the movie “The Blind Side” at New York’s Ziegfeld Theater.
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Ravens starting LT Jared Gaither will not play and rookie Michael Oher will start in his place today against the visiting Bengals, a source confirmed.
We’ve seen the numbers grow in recent years, but since the merger in 1970, we’ve never seen as many rookie offensive linemen start in Week 1 like we did this past week.
Posted: Friday, August 14th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Brian Orakpo, Daunte Culpepper, Detroit Lions, Jason Campbell, Matthew Stafford, Michael Oher, Mike Vick, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, Tom Brady, Washington Redskins
Some news and notes from around the league, including a look at Tom Brady’s return, some impressive rookies, the latest on the Detroit quarterback battle and some other odds and ends.
Rookie OT Michael Oher ended a two-day holdout from Ravens camp after agreeing to terms on a five-year contract. Oher was the 23rd overall pick in April’s NFL draft.
The Ravens started training camp Monday without their most productive wide receiver and their first-round draft pick.
The Bills become the first NFL team to take the field for camp, doing so Saturday morning, but it will be virtually impossible to have all of their top remain picks signed by then.
NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi reported Wednesday the Baltimore Ravens have placed offensive tackle Willie Anderson on the Reserve/Retired list.
Nine top prospects will attend Day 1 of the 2009 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on April 25, the league announced Monday.
OT Michael Oher was the highlight of Mississippi’s pro day, which drew 65 player personnel people from 32 teams, including John Dorsey, Green Bay’s director of player personnel and Rick Repish, the Saints’ director of college scouting.
With the sixth overall pick in April’s NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals will have plenty of options to fill a roster that could use an impact player on either side of the ball.
The combine is an exercise focused on NFL teams becoming familiar with more than 300 players. The teams rank the players with the help of workouts and interviews. But some of the players pay attention to the process and flip it.