In today’s three and Out: The Cowboys fear Dez Bryant’s back injury could be serious; Roddy White says he’ll be back for Atlanta … and Matt Flynn could be back in Green Bay.
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Posted: Tuesday, November 5th, 2013 | Marcas Grant Tags: Three and out, Aaron Rodgers, Andre Brown, Arian Foster, Ben Tate, Brandon Jacobs, David Wilson, Dennis Johnson, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Matt Flynn, Michael Cox, New York Giants, Peyton Hillis, Scott Tolzien, Seneca Wallace
In today’s Three and Out: The Packers could be searching for a QB to replace Aaron Rodgers and Ben Tate plans to play Week 10.
Posted: Monday, December 26th, 2011 | jasonfsmith1 Tags: Blog Log Blog, Aaron Rodgers, Cam Newton, Christian Ponder, DeMarco Murray, Felix Jones, Jason Hanson, Laurent Robinson, marion barber, Marshawn Lynch, Michael Bush, Mike Nugent, Peyton Manning, Seneca Wallace, Tony Romo
With the fantasy season at an end, Jason Smith looks back at the year and builds a list of rules for fantasy owners to help them succeed in 2012.
Don’t file this one as a surprise: The Browns plan to release veteran QB Jake Delhomme.
Even if Mike Holmgren is hesitant to do so, I have no problem anointing Colt McCoy as the Browns’ starting quarterback for next season. Of course, we know it’s not my decision.
It’s always been my mentality that you have to play a young quarterback to know what you have in him. The time for the Browns to play rookie Colt McCoy is now. If they don’t play him, they won’t know.
I was very encouraged at what I saw from rookie QB Colt McCoy. I don’t know that you could ever put a rookie quarterback in a more difficult situation in his NFL debut than what McCoy faced against the Steelers.
Posted: Sunday, October 17th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Cleveland Browns, Colt McCoy, Frank Tadych, Jake Delhomme, James Harrison, Joshua Cribbs, Mohamed Massaquoi, Pittsburgh Steelers, Seneca Wallace, Week 6 injuries 2010
Anyone wearing white and taking snaps Sunday in Pittsburgh is taking plenty of hits. One of them — WR/Wildcat QB Joshua Cribbs — won’t return to the game after suffering a head injury.
Browns rookie QB Colt McCoy will make his first NFL start Sunday. The bad news? He’ll face the Steelers’ blitz-crazy defense. The good news? He’ll have bruising RB Peyton Hillis at his disposal.
Peyton Hillis has been a fantasy star this season, but he’s a major risk in Week 6.
I know Browns fans might not want to hear this, because they’re probably not enjoying all the losing, but I really think this team is on the right track.
Posted: Sunday, October 10th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Arian Foster, Brian Dawkins, Bruce Gradkowski, Calvin Johnson, Clay Matthews, Cliff Avril, Darcel McBath, Darcy Johnson, Demaryius Thomas, Derrick Martin, Donald Lee, Frank Tadych, Gary Kubiak, Jacob Bell, Jake Delhomme, Jammal Brown, Jeff Faine, Jermichael Finley, Joseph Addai, Lance Briggs, Mark Clayton, Mike Brisiel, Ryan Pickett, Sean Jones, Sean Weatherspoon, Seneca Wallace, Steve Spagnuolo, Trent Williams, Week 5 injuries 2010
A look at some of the notable injuries around the NFL in Week 5.
Jake Delhomme replaced Seneca Wallace at quarterback to start the second half for the Browns.
While QB Jake Delhomme is active for the Browns, Seneca Wallace will start against the Falcons.
The Browns will be Seneca Wallace‘s team in Sunday’s game against the Chiefs.