NFL Network’s Scott Hanson checked in from a very hot (see heat index of 100 degrees) New Orleans Saints training camp on Monday with a one-on-one interview with RB Reggie Bush.
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The significance for Nola landing the Super Bowl in 2013 cannot be understated. Saints owner Tom Benson was very confident — as if trying to will the other NFL owners to award Super Bowl XLVII to his home town.
NFL Network’s Scott Hanson confirms that Brett Favre and Vikings coach Brad Childress had at least one phone conversation. But the talks were informal and exploratory. There was no absolute decision made either way to play for the Vikings or to stay retired.
After the Vikings selected WR Percy Harvin with the 22nd overall pick, one GM told NFL Network’s Scott Hanson, “Wow. You put (Adrian) Peterson and Harvin on the same field at the same time … that’s a potential TD from anywhere at any time.”
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have dug into their past for inspiration on this draft day. New Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik had the jerseys of former Tampa Bay draftees who went to multiple Pro Bowls hung in the war room at Buccaneers headquarters.
An NFL GM told NFL Network that the Lions “think they have the next Jay Cutler” in Georgia QB Matthew Stafford.
The Washington Redskins jumped into the Jay Cutler trade sweepstakes, but to what extent is not entirely known. What is known, however, is that they made an attempt, much like the Broncos’ attempt to land Matt Cassel. Which now begs the question: What is on Jason Campbell‘s mind?
If you believe Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, the sometimes disruptive behavior and outspoken nature of Terrell Owens was not a part of why the decision was made to release him on Thursday.
Well. … We’re on “fans leaving the stadium” watch.
Player correspondent Keith Brooking and I are marveling at the Arizona defense. They’re playing as complete a game as they could have hoped for.
Player correspondent Keith Brooking is really impressed with the Cardinals’ strategy to move Larry Fitzgerald around before the snap. If you leave him out wide (where he usual lines up when Anquan Boldin plays), then it’s easier to roll a coverage to him or straight up double him.
It’s the end of the first quarter, and player correspondent Keith Brooking believes the Cardinals are doing a great job of moving Larry Fitzgerald around before the snap (something Anquan Boldin usually would do more of when healthy and in the game).
Player correspondent Keith Brooking believes the Arizona Cardinals’ run defense will not be as effective today as it was last week against his Atlanta Falcons.
The Falcons beat the Saints earlier this year, but the Saints are a different team at home. They’ve won three consecutive home games, including two in a row here at the Superdome.