For the superstitious among you, the believers in omens and curses, here’s a little back story on why Aaron Rodgers didn’t get fitted for a Super Bowl XLV ring like the rest of his teammates.
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Donovan McNabb’s up-and-down first season in Washington ended in his benching for the team’s final three games, a report he will ask for his release, and the expectation among many he won’t be back for another go-round.
Members of the media, I will be brief. Yes, we have seen Vikings QB Brett Favre do his thing. And sure, it may have been rather impressive watching him cut a rug out there. So much so that you can imagine him driving home with the rag top down so his hair can blow. (Which, would be rather cold for Minnesota.)
Scott Hanson reported on the latest from Minnesota, where Brett Favre and Randy Moss held a private one-on-one film session Tuesday as the Vikings prepare for the Cowboys in Week 6.
Suddenly, with very little warning, the NFL Newsroom has reached DEFCON 2 in the Favre Watch.
Mike Tomlin is setting an early tone at Steelers training camp, giving Ben Roethlisberger many of the first-team reps.
As reported Monday in the Sports Business Journal, fans attending games for all 32 teams will have the opportunity to see every touchdown from every game via NFL RedZone. The league plans to replace NFL Films highlights normally shown during games with the increasingly popular channel.
Posted: Monday, March 29th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Ben Roethlisberger, Charles Davis, Colt McCoy, Eric Berry, Fran Charles, Gil Brandt, Jamie Dukes, Jared Gaither, Jimmy Clausen, Joe Haden, marion barber, Mike Holmgren, Mike Mayock, NFL Total Access, Rob Sims, Sam Bradford, Scott Hanson
By all accounts, Sam Bradford had a pretty impressive workout Monday. Is Bradford to the Rams now a foregone conclusion, or could the Rams look into other (trade) options?
We haven’t seen all of the offensive linemen run 40-yard dashes Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium, but Maryland’s Bruce Campbell led the list of notable names in the first group.
Posted: Saturday, February 27th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2010 NFL Scouting Combine, Anthony Davis, Bruce Campbell, Bryan Bulaga, Charles Brown, Ed Dickson, J.D. Walton, Jermaine Gresham, Jimmy Graham, Matt Tennant, Mike Iupati, Rob Gronkowski, Russell Okung, Scott Hanson, Trent Williams, Vladimir Ducasse
It’s beginning to look a lot like the NFL Scouting Combine. Welcome, everyone, to Day 4.
As the scene at Media Day starts to ramp up, here’s how you can keep up with all the action, watching NFL.com/LIVE or chatting live with us on the scene.
NFL Network’s Scott Hanson offers his thoughts on what is transpiring in Cincinnati.
So, does Peyton Manning want to play in the final two games of the season as his undefeated Colts stare down a perfect 16-0 regular-season record? In one word, yes.
NFL Network’s Scott Hanson reported from Lake Forest, Ill., on Wednesday with the latest on, about and from Jay Cutler, who called his Week 1 performance disappointing.
Ben Roethlisberger returned to practice today, but he was limited, NFL Network’s Scott Hanson reports, and Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said his quarterback will play in Saturday night’s preseason game against the Bills.