It’s often the late arrivals that seem to make an impact during Senior Bowl Week. This year is no different.
Posts Tagged ‘Pat Kirwan’
Did Patriots QB Tom Brady have the flu? The quarterback says that he felt fine.
With all the talk about Tom Brady and Wes Welker, don’t be surprised if it’s the New England running game that wreaks havoc against the New York Jets in their divisional playoff game Sunday afternoon. So said NFL.com analyst Pat Kirwan in his playoff chat on Friday.
Veteran receiver Anquan Boldin has had his moments since being traded to the Ravens before the season began. According to NFL.com analyst Pat Kirwan, the best maybe yet to come. Kirwan broke down Sunday’s Ravens-Chiefs playoff game in a live chat on Friday, and predicted that Boldin will play a key role in the game.
The Bengals are out of synch, Carson Palmer is struggling and Chad Ochocinco is … whoa. Where have you been, Ochocinco?
Is less than a week enough time for Randy Moss to get comfortable with Vikings?
Are the Lions on the verge of being a super team? Seems kind of strange to say. Like saying Paris Hilton is on the verge of being a responsible adult.
Posted: Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2010 Training Camps, Atlanta Falcons, Brian Finneran, Corey Peters, Curtis Lofton, Kerry Meier, Matt Ryan, Michael Jenkins, Pat Kirwan, Sean Weatherspoon
Pat Kirwan was at Falcons camp on Tuesday with an update for “Around the League,” taking a closer look at Matt Ryan, replacing Michael Jenkins and the rookies on defense.
Posted: Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Adam Rank, Atlanta Falcons, Brian Finneran, Kerry Meier, Matt Ryan, Michael Jenkins, Michael Turner, Pat Kirwan, Roddy White, Tom Brady, Tony Gonzalez
There is a lot of optimism for the Falcons this season, and I am high on a number of the Falcons fantasy stars, including QB Matt Ryan and RB Michael Turner. NFL.com senior analyst Pat Kirwan was in Falcons camp today and he believes that Ryan and Turner are poised for huge seasons.
It might be too early to count out Dwayne Jarrett in the competition for the Panthers’ No. 2 receiver spot.
Spend any time around the Hall of Fame, or the McKinley Grand Hotel and you begin to realize how connected Gil Brandt is. He is like the Wolf from Pulp Fiction.
Posted: Friday, July 30th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2010 Training Camps, Baltimore Ravens, Brian Baldinger, Cary Williams, Chris Carr, Dawan Landry, Domonique Foxworth, Ed Reed, Fabian Washington, Frank Tadych, John Harbaugh, Ken Hamlin, Lardarius Webb, Marshall Faulk, Pat Kirwan, Travis Fisher, Walt Harris
The season-ending torn ACL for cornerback Domonique Foxworth on the eve of camp was an injury the Ravens could ill-afford.
“There’s no way T.O. could be a Panther,” Carolina LB Jon Beason wrote in an NFL.com chat Thursday. “Based on the fact that our ownership and coaches believe that the locker room is important and based on T.O.’s history, for whatever reason, he’s been a distraction in the locker room.”
Posted: Tuesday, June 29th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Brian Baldinger, Flozell Adams, Jason La Canfora, Jonathan Scott, Maurkice Pouncey, Max Starks, Pat Kirwan, Pittsburgh Steelers, Trai Essex, Willie Colon
The Steelers moved quickly after starting RT Willie Colon‘s injury Monday, visiting with veteran free-agent OT Flozell Adams the next day.
The trade speculation surrounding Jared Gaither picked up over the weekend, when the Ravens former starting left tackle didn’t participate in the team’s minicamp practices following Friday’s news he had been replaced by second-year pro Michael Oher and moved to the right side.