Kurt Warner and Rod Woodson took their turns reacting to the NFL’s recent fines for helmet-to-helmet hits in Week 6.
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Can Jay Culter succeed in Mike Martz’s offense in Chicago? After six weeks of the season, this isn’t a new question, but it hasn’t been answered yet, either.
Does a less-than 100 percent Brett Favre give the Vikings a better chance to win than Tarvaris Jackson?
NFL Network analysts Daryl Johnston and Rod Woodson chose the Saints and Falcons, respectively, as the teams to beat in the NFC through six weeks of the season.
From time to time, non-football celebrities visit the NFL Network studios in Los Angeles, and on Tuesday Ice Cube paid a visit to join Rich Eisen for the appropriately-named Rich Eisen Podcast.
The NFL Network cameras went behind the scenes at NFL GameDay Morning with Rich Eisen, Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin, Steve Mariucci and Warren Sapp for a sneak peek at what you don’t get to see.
Hines Ward of the Steelers joined Rich Eisen Thursday to talk about rivalry week against the Ravens.
Jay Glazer was in the “Around the League” chair on “NFL Total Access” on Wednesday, taking a look at how the Jets’ offseason acquisitions are paying off and at the Cincinnati Bengals’ offensive struggles.
NFL Network analysts Jamie Dukes and Trent Green discuss how to get the 0-2 Dallas Cowboys back on track, and both agree it starts with a committment to the running game.
Titans coach Jeff Fisher joins Rich Eisen to talk about his decision to pull Vince Young and the quarterback situation moving forward.
Of all the hot stories around the NFL on Thursday, the topic du joir at NFL Network is the immediate future of Vincent Jackson.
Posted: Wednesday, September 15th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Bill Belichick, Daryl Johnston, Frank Tadych, Ines Sainz, Kris Jenkins, New England Patriots, New York Jets, NFL Total Access, Rex Ryan, Rich Eisen, Rod Woodson, Tom Brady
Will the latest round of distractions catch up to the New York Jets, making an impact on the field?
NFL Nation, it’s finally here. Welcome to the first Sunday of Wee 1.
Rex Ryan says he sees nothing wrong with having confidence in his team, and is looking forward to going out and proving it.
Posted: Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Alex Flanagan, Dave Dameshek, Jamie Dukes, Jason La Canfora, Lindsay Soto, Marshall Faulk, Michael Fabiano, Michelle Beisner, Nick Bakay, Rich Eisen, Rod Woodson, Warren Sapp
A number of the NFL.com and NFL Network talent got together recently to draft a fantasy league that you can follow along right here.