Posts Tagged ‘Nate Washington’
Posted: Thursday, August 27th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Albert Haynesworth, Brett Favre, Carson Palmer, Chad Ochocinco, Darren McFadden, DeAngelo Williams, Domenik Hixon, Dwayne Bowe, John Carlson, Jonathan Stewart, Mason Crosby, Matt Ryan, Michael Turner, Nate Washington, Owen Daniels, rashard mendenhall, Roddy White, Steve Smith, Thomas Jones, Tony Gonzalez, Visanthe Shiancoe, willie parker
In my latest experts league draft, I decided to focus on wide receivers and passed on taking a second running back until the fifth round. Check out the my full roster to see if this little experiment worked.
Posted: Monday, August 17th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: LenDale White, Nate Washington, Tennessee Titans
NFL.com senior writer Steve Wyche checks in from Titans training camp in Nashville and writes that the Titans are preparing for the upcoming season with a confidence and swagger they did not have last summer.
Posted: Thursday, August 6th, 2009 | Solomon Wilcots Tags: Bo Scaife, Chris Johnson, Cortland Finnegan, Eugene Amano, Jake Scott, Jared Cook, Justin Gage, Kerry Collins, LenDale White, Michael Roos, Mike Heimerdinger, Nate Washington, Solomon Wilcots, Tennessee Titans
One of the biggest surprises in the NFL last season was the Titans’ improbable run to a league-best 13-3 regular-season record and the dethroning of the almighty Colts, snapping Indianapolis’ five-year reign as AFC South champions. Even more stunning was the rebirth of 36-year-old Kerry Collins, who led the Titans to a 10-0 start and a No.1 seed in the AFC playoff race. Now, everyone wants to know if the Titans can do it again with Collins at quarterback.
Posted: Thursday, August 6th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Carson Palmer, Chad Ochocinco, Chris Wells, DeAngelo Williams, Eli Manning, Jason Campbell, Julius Jones, Justin Gage, Kevin Smith, Kyle Orton, Larry Johnson, Leon Washington, Marshawn Lynch, Matt Forte, Nate Washington, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Ryan Grant, Shonn Greene, Thomas Jones, Tim Hightower
In an effort to help prepare you for your fantasy drafts, Michael Fabiano examines the best and worst schedules against the pass and run, based on last season’s final defensive totals.
Posted: Wednesday, July 15th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Calvin Johnson, Demetrius Williams, Earl Bennett, Isaac Bruce, Kevin Curtis, Mark Clayton, Michael Crabtree, Nate Washington, Patrick Crayton, Randy Moss, Torry Holt
Michael Fabiano discusses some of the recent movement in NFL.com’s fantasy wide receiver rankings.
Posted: Monday, April 27th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Justin Gage, Kenny Britt, Nate Washington
Michael Fabiano discusses the fantasy implications of the NFL Draft.
Posted: Friday, April 17th, 2009 | Adam Rank Tags: Anquan Boldin, Braylon Edwards, Chad Ochocinco, Eli Manning, Keyshawn Johnson, Nate Washington, Plaxico Burress
One of the NFL’s annual rites of spring — in addition to the draft — is veteran wide receivers looking for new teams. So who’s winning the race for Braylon Edwards and Anquan Boldin?
Posted: Monday, March 2nd, 2009 | Jim Loftus Tags: Free Agency 2009, Jovan Haye, Nate Washington, Tennessee Titans
The Tennessee Titans reached agreement with free-agent WR Nate Washington on an undisclosed deal and with free-agent DT Jovan Haye on a four-year, $16 million contract. The team will have a press conference today to introduce both players to the media.
Posted: Sunday, March 1st, 2009 | Jim Loftus Tags: Nate Washington, Pittsburgh Steelers, Tennessee Titans
Free-agent WR Nate Washington is scheduled to arrive in Tennessee for a visit with the Titans tonight and Monday.
Posted: Tuesday, February 24th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Nate Washington, Pittsburgh Steelers, Tennessee Titans
Needing additional receiving weapons, the Titans might target Steelers WR Nate Washington in free agency, according to a report in The Nashville City Paper.
Posted: Tuesday, January 27th, 2009 | Aron Angel Tags: Bryant McFadden, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Media Day, Nate Washington
As Media Day came to a close, the players were still dancing. Following their team picture on the field, a group of Steelers got together at midfield to continue what took place moments earlier in the stands. NFL Network’s Scott Hanson managed to coax CB Bryant McFadden into a response to Cardinals CB Dominique Rodgers Cromartie’s dance challenge. WR Nate Washington and OT Marvel Smith led a large group of Steelers who surrounded McFadden up in the stands, providing beats while McFadden provided the dance moves.
Posted: Saturday, January 24th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Nate Washington, Pittsburgh Steelers, Super Bowl XLIII
After three months of playing in cold weather, the Steelers offense is ready for a climate change. It should find just that at Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa, Fla., where the forecast calls for temperatures in the mid- to upper 70s throughout next week.