Posts Tagged ‘Rod Woodson’

Looking at Leftwich vs. Dixon

Which quarterback is the better option to start for the Steelers — Byron Leftwich or Dennis Dixon?

Woodson: ‘I’ve lost respect for Brett’

Hall of Famer and NFL Network analyst Rod Woodson said Tuesday that he’s “lost respect” for Brett Favre and the Vikings.

Woodson on Jets: Teams want to ‘shut them up’

Rod Woodson believes teams around the NFL want to quiet the Jets, while Brian Baldinger says the Jets are the team being targeted around the league.

Vikings have ‘no comment’ on Favre reports

We have our first official statement from the Vikings in the form of a “no comment.”

Steelers to honor LeBeau with trip to┬áCanton

Many people associated with the NFL — past and present — will be in Canton, Ohio, this weekend to witness and/or be a part of the Pro Football Hall of Fame 2010 Induction Ceremony. So will all of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Woodson: Revis beats out Asomugha as best CB

The “NFL Total Access” crew unveiled their latest Best in the Biz segment Tuesday, going over the best cornerbacks in the league.

49ers’ Smith says past has put things in perspective

Heading into what many consider to be a make-or-break season, 49ers QB Alex Smith said the challenges of his first five seasons have helped him gain perspective.

Owens can empathize with Crayton

Patrick Crayton believes he isn’t being used properly in Dallas. Former Cowboys WR Terrell Owens can commiserate. He has been there.

Roethlisberger will need actions, not words

Does Ben Roethlisberger have relationships to mend inside the Steelers locker room? Warren Sapp and Rod Woodson discuss.

Catch T.O. on ‘NFL Total Access’

Terrell Owens will join “NFL Total Access” with host Rich Eisen and analysts Warren Sapp and Rod Woodson as an in-studio guest at NFL Network on Friday, June 4.

Suh ready to wreak havoc in Detroit

Ndamukong Suh likes what he’s seen so far from Lions OTA, where he’s been playing alongside the likes of Kyle Vanden Bosch and Corey Williams on the team’s first unit.

Which receiver will have biggest impact on new team?

NFL Total Access banged on one of the biggest themes of the offseason Thursday, discussing which wide receiver who has changed teams will have the biggest impact in 2010.

Wilcots: Familiarity will benefit 49ers’ Smith

NFL Network analysts Solomon Wilcots and Rod Woodson believe 49ers QB Alex Smith will make the most of a make-or-break season in 2010.

Woodson: Dixon is best choice for Steelers

NFL Network analysts Solomon Wilcots and Rod Woodson see Dennis Dixon as the best short-term replacement for Ben Roethlisberger.

Old school meets new school with Brown at draft

What a special moment it was for Hall of Famer Jim Brown to be on hand inside Radio City Music Hall on Friday night to announce the Cleveland Browns’ second-round selection.

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