As Rich Eisen said this morning on NFL GameDay, today just happens to be the nicest day all week. Good omen? Let’s hope so.
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Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew, a close friend of the NFL Network, joined the “NFL Total Access” set Thursday, and it wasn’t long before the conversation turned toward his ill-timed Twitter shot directed at Jay Cutler.
Making the rounds inside the Super Bowl media center on Wednesday, John Elway suggested to NFL Network it’s Kyle Orton who he considers his starting quarterback, even as plenty of decisions have yet to be made.
NFL Network is live now at Media Day, with Rich Eisen, Marshall Faulk, Rod Woodson and Deion Sanders.
Packers LB Clay Matthews recounts his days as an intern at NFL Network and offers at least one more legitimate reason as to why he should have been named the AP Defensive Player of the Year on Monday during an interview with Rich Eisen and the crew of “NFL Total Access.”
Posted: Tuesday, January 18th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Who has the Edge, AFC Championship Game, Daryl Johnston, Kurt Warner, New York Jets, NFL Total Access, Phil Simms, Pittsburgh Steelers, Rich Eisen
It’s time again for our little segment called Who has the Edge. This time around, it’s a Jets vs. Steelers edition.
Posted: Sunday, January 16th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Bill Belichick, Bill Belichick, Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin, New England Patriots, NFL GameDay Morning, Rich Eisen, Steve Mariucci, Warren Sapp
Is Bill Belichick the best NFL coach of all-time? NFL Network’s Michael Irvin thinks so.
Fresh off his 10-catch performance against the Chiefs, Ravens TE Todd Heap joined NFL GameDay to recap the win, his performance and talk about what’s next against the Steelers.
Here’s a behind-the-camera view (litterally) of Rich Eisen, Steve Mariucci, Deion Sanders and Michael Irvin getting ready for NFL GameDay Final (8:30 p.m. ET).
NFL Network’s Rich Eisen points out that Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck is showing some of that 2005 moxie that helped lead Seattle to its first Super Bowl.
NFL Network’s Rich Eisen sat down with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to discuss the league’s stance on fines for illegal hits and the latest concerning the ongoing negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement.
What is Donovan McNabb really think about his recent benching? Joe Theismann and Trent Green share their thoughts about all that’s happening around McNabb and the Redskins.
As the details of Randy Moss’ exodus from Minnesota continue to emerge, one wrinkle in the story is that a caterer might have played a part in the decision by Brad Childress to waive the wide receiver.
Does a scenario exist where the Minnesota Vikings are better off without Brett Favre, and he could lose his starting job?
Jets OLB Jason Taylor joined Rich Eisen on Wednesday to talk about the topic du jour around the league this week: Helmet-to-helmet hits and the NFL’s response.