Sure, we all know that there’s very little fantasy stock to be taken when an NFL player discusses his own fantasy value. What’s he gonna say? He can be humble or ultra-positive, but he’s not offering any in-depth analysis –- and he’s certainly not giving you any points of comparison.
Posts Tagged ‘Rich Eisen’
Posted: Thursday, July 7th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Brett Favre, Colin Kaepernick, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Dan Marino, Indianapolis Colts, Jerry Rice, Jimmy Johnson, Joe Montana, John Elway, Nnamdi Asomugha, Plaxico Burress, Rich Eisen, Robert Mathis
When the NFL lockout ends, Super Bowl XLII hero Plaxico Burress can begin his search for a new team in earnest. In the meantime, he’ll make an appearance Thursday at the NFL Network and NFL.com offices to talk about his new ventures with the National Urban League and the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence.
Posted: Tuesday, July 5th, 2011 | Craig Ellenport Tags: First and 10, Adrian Peterson, Bob Einstein, Chad Henne, Champ Bailey, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Darrelle Revis, J.B. Smoove, Jeff Garlin, Larry David, Nnamdi Asomugha, Rich Eisen, Tom Brady
We know you’re all waiting impatiently for the new season of HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm” this summer, and so are we.
Posted: Thursday, June 30th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Dan Dierdorf, Dhani Jones, Ed Reed, Ken Anderson, Kevin James, Maurice Jones-Drew, Rich Eisen, Roddy White, Roy Green, Terrelle Pryor, Troy Polamalu
When it comes to the greatest players in St. Louis Cardinals history, the list isn’t terribly long. So it came as somewhat of a surprise to us that two of the best players ever to don a St. Louis Cardinals uniform celebrate birthdays one day apart.
Posted: Friday, June 17th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Albert Haynesworth, Cris Collinsworth, Dave Dameshek, Green Bay Packers, Green Lantern, Hines Ward, JaMarcus Russell, Jermichael Finley, Kyle Chandler, LeSean McCoy, Osi Umenyiora, Rich Eisen, Tony Romo
The ring’s the thing Friday. While the NFL champion Green Bay Packers received their Super Bowl rings Thursday in a private ceremony, the big ring news today is the release of the new movie Green Lantern.
Posted: Thursday, June 16th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Albert Haynesworth, Dave Dameshek, Hines Ward, Jamaal Charles, Mike Mayock, Plaxico Burress, Rich Eisen, Terrelle Pryor, Washington Redskins
Thursday is podcast day at the Culver City, Calif., offices of NFL.com and NFL Network. Both Rich Eisen and Dave Dameshek will tape their latest podcasts today –- but there is even more significance this week.
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?
The Arizona Cardinals were one of arguably 12 teams who entered last month’s draft in need of help at quarterback. But the Cardinals bucked the trend — four teams took QBs in the top 12 picks, and six went in the first two rounds — looking to fill the void elsewhere.
Hope you all enjoyed a happy Mother’s Day. Now we can look forward to perhaps some news from the 8th Circuit Court about the NFL lockout at some point about. In the meantime, here are some links to get your NFL week started:
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made the media rounds inside Radio City Music Hall before the opening of Thursday night’s draft and sat down for a conversation with NFL Network’s Rich Eisen.
Posted: Tuesday, April 26th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2011 NFL Draft, Blaine Gabbert, Brian Billick, Bucky Brooks, Cam Newton, Charles Davis, Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin, Michael Lombardi, Rich Eisen, Steve Mariucci
NEW YORK – It’s not the most formal of mock drafts, but the NFL Network’s third annual roundtable mock draft is one of our last looks at how the analysts see the first round of the NFL Draft unfolding.
NFL Network’s Marshall Faulk doesn’t think Cowboys QB Tony Romo has earned the right to head into the 2011 season without facing a challenge from Jon Kitna for the starting job.
Oakland Raiders DB Stanford Routt is greeted by NFL Network’s Rich Eisen on the “Total Access” set on March 31st.
Auburn QB Cam Newton‘s tractor-beam effect on media at the NFL Scouting Combine continued Sunday as he was the center of attention during on-field drills before appearing on “NFL Total Access” to discuss his performance.