Posts Tagged ‘NFL Total Access’

For many, jury is still out on Kevin Kolb

One of the major storylines of the locked-out offseason has been where Kevin Kolb will land when the lockout finally ends, and in the four months of non-activity the Eagles’ backup quarterback has ascended to the status of an elixir for the handful of teams still needing a starter.

Sapp to James Harrison: ‘Leave your QB alone’

In the aftermath of James Harrison’s verbal tsunami in a magazine article, which included criticism of teammates Rashard Mendenhall and Ben Roethlisberger, both players have given Harrison a pass. Warren Sapp hasn’t, and said he’s bothered by Harrison calling out his own quarterback.

Burress making the rounds at NFL Network

Plaxico Burress sat down with Fran Charles on “NFL Total Access” Thursday to talk about his time in prison and the long road back to the NFL.

McNabb ranks Urlacher among ‘top three’ LBs

Donovan McNabb considers Brian Urlacher to be among the top three linebackers in the NFL, and a future Hall of Famer.

Baldinger, La Canfora unveil top 10 player lists

NFL Network’s “The Top 100: Players of 2011” has provided a quality source of material for offseason arguments. And as the countdown continues — Nos. 11-20 will be unveiled Sunday at 8 p.m. ET — network producers strong-armed analyst Brian Baldinger and insider Jason La Canfora to come up with their own top-10 lists Friday.

Baldinger: ‘Humbled’ McNabb can return to form

Can Donovan McNabb return to form in 2011? NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger says a humbled McNabb has a chance, if he puts in the work.

La Canfora: Holmes is priority for Jets

The New York Jets will be one of the busiest teams in the league when the NFL lockout is lifted and the free-agency period finally begins. Jason La Canfora is that the Jets will make retaining Santonio Holmes a “priority.”

Urlacher: Dhani Jones known more for fashion

Bears star Brian Urlacher weighed in on some recent criticism from Bengals LB Dhani Jones, who didn’t include him on his list of the NFL’s top 10 linebackers.

Baldinger: Cowboys lack leadership, not talent

As far as DeMarcus Ware is concerned, the Dallas Cowboys don’t have a leadership void. From the outside looking in, not everyone shares Ware’s perspective after a season in which the Cowboys finished 6-10, missed the playoffs and head coach Wade Phillips was fired.

Freeney: Inconsistency plagued Colts last season

With several months of the offseason to digest what happened last season, Dwight Freeney joined “NFL Total Access” Tuesday to discuss what he feels the Colts need to in order to play on their home field in Super Bowl XLVI.

Best back? Faulk picks Peterson over CJ2K

It’s one of the better debates around the NFL, and luckily Rich Eisen wouldn’t let Marshall Faulk ride the fence on this one: Who is better between Adrian Peterson and Chris Johnson?

Rivers: Chargers should be humble, hungry

The way Philip Rivers sees it, maybe the Chargers can fly below the radar during the locked-out NFL offseason. As much as he’s stir crazy during the lockout, he sees the lack of attention focused on his team as a good thing.

Woodley: Manning keeps Colts’ window open

No question we’re getting a lot of blog mileage out of LaMarr Woodley’s visit to the NFL Network studios on Thursday.

Woodley isn’t on Carson Palmer bandwagon

While Andy Dalton and Jordan Palmer throw the passes at the workouts organized by Bengals players, the Carson PalmerMike Brown stalemate hangs over the organization like a dark, polluted cloud.

Mangini: Tom Brady’s rise due to work ethic

It wasn’t all that long ago (at least depending on how you view 2000), that Tom Brady was an afterthought in the NFL Draft as the 199th overall pick in the sixth round.

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