We celebrate the return of football games (albeit of the fake, preseason variety) by welcoming in WWE superstar — and Cleveland native — The Miz.
Posts Tagged ‘Michelle Beisner’
NFL Network’s Michelle Beisner catches up with Super Bowl champion Greg Jennings before his appearance Wednesday on “Lopez Tonight.”
NFL Network’s Michelle Beisner reports from Eden Prairie, Minnesota, with the latest on Randy Moss, Brett Favre and the Vikings.
Posted: Friday, September 24th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Benjarvus Green-Ellis, Darren McFadden, Dave Dameshek, Jamaal Charles, Laurence Maroney, Michael Fabiano, Michelle Beisner, Mike Tolbert, Thomas Jones, Todd Haley
Take a moment to consider who will be the probable running backs for the AFC West teams this weekend. Darren McFadden, Thomas Jones, Laurence Maroney and Mike Tolbert. Somebody please explain to me why Jamaal Charles is sitting on the bench?
NFL Network reporter Michelle Beisner has the latest on the Cowboys on location from Irving, Texas, and analyst Daryl Johnston takes a look at the problems facing the Cowboys offense.
The time has come. And Brett Favre will be sitting on my bench.
Try as we might, avoiding the Raiders is always impossible when looking for sleepers. Even though we know better.
Raiders RB Darren McFadden said recently that he was ready for 25 carries. And I thought, you know, that is a nice modest goal for McFadden to reach for this season.
Posted: Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Alex Flanagan, Dave Dameshek, Jamie Dukes, Jason La Canfora, Lindsay Soto, Marshall Faulk, Michael Fabiano, Michelle Beisner, Nick Bakay, Rich Eisen, Rod Woodson, Warren Sapp
A number of the NFL.com and NFL Network talent got together recently to draft a fantasy league that you can follow along right here.
Reporting from Denver on Tuesday, NFL Network’s Michelle Beisner noted that Broncos WR Brandon Marshall, who was reinstated to the team over the weekend, took part in a full portion of practice in preparation for Sunday’s season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals.
For those of you watching on television, it may have looked the Cowboys passed on the 51st pick, before eventually trading it away to the Buffalo Bills, but that was not the case. I am told the official war room terminology for what happened is that the Cowboys got caught without a player.
IRVING, Texas — Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told me that he’s getting a little antsy and that’s he’s chomping at the bit right now as the first round winds to a close. The man they call ‘Trader Jerry’ has yet to make a move in the draft. So far.
The Dallas Cowboys do not have a draft pick until well into the second round. While the team’s history on draft day would suggest otherwise, Cowboys executive Stephen Jones has told NFL Network that the team’s draft war room will be a quiet place on Saturday. The team is content with its place and intends to stay at No. 51.