All the panic in Philadelphia after the Eagles dropped to 1-4 has overshadowed the news that Michael Vick passed Randall Cunningham as the all-time rushing leader among quarterbacks. It’s a very impressive record for two reasons.
Posts Tagged ‘Steve McNair’
Veteran linebacker Keith Bulluck terrorized quarterbacks for a decade with the Tennessee Titans before spending last season with the New York Giants. The free-agent took a break from his NFL Network visit Friday to discuss the retirement of Kerry Collins, Eli Manning‘s absence from the “Top 100,” and his take on Internet Gangsters.
Posted: Monday, March 7th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Pick Six, Carolina Panthers, Dez Bryant, Eddie George, Everette Brown, Jason Peters, Keith Bulluck, Kerry Collins, Rae Carruth, Randy Moss, Rashard Anderson, Sam Madison, Steve McNair, Tim Biakabutuka
Should the Panthers already cut bait on QB Jimmy Clausen? Would this make Clausen the biggest draft bust in Panthers’ history?
One of the more intriguing names in the upcoming 2011 NFL Draft is Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton. Not only regarding where he’ll be drafted, but the inevitable comparisons to failed (so far) quarterbacks JaMarcus Russell and Vince Young.
Posted: Thursday, September 16th, 2010 | Solomon Wilcots Tags: Bud Adams, Jeff Fisher, Kerry Collins, Mike Heimerdinger, NFL GameDay Morning, Solomon Wilcots, Steve McNair, Tennessee Titans, Vince Young
After sitting down with Vince Young for our interview for NFL GameDay Morning earlier this week, I came away thinking about how you measure confidence and the amount that is required to play football at the highest level.
After Steve McNair died in July, Titans QB Vince Young decided to take his idol’s children under his wing. His generosity has continued at the Pro Bowl. Young invited two of McNair’s sons, 11-year-old Tyler and 6-year-old Trenton, to spend the week with him in South Florida.
Ravens WR Derrick Mason says the death of former teammate and friend Steve McNair was a major factor in his contemplating retirement.
Ego is one of the biggest shortcomings of mankind. It’s hard to put our ego aside, especially when you are standing in the spotlight, like Brett Favre is. But the same holds true for an unproven quarterback such as Tarvaris Jackson.
If he holds to the decision that was reported Monday, Derrick Mason’s retirement comes at a very bad time for the Ravens. In many ways, Mason holds all the cards, and the Ravens now have a much different set of issues to address.
David Climer of the Tennessean examines Vince Young‘s relationship with Steve McNair, saying the former Titans and Ravens quarterback was more than a mentor to Young.
Posted: Thursday, July 9th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Brett Favre, Brian Baldinger, Fran Charles, Jamie Dukes, Jason La Canfora, Jerry Rice, Shaun Phillips, Steve McNair, Steve Wyche, Total Access, Warren Sapp
Host Fran Charles, analyst Warren Sapp and reporter Steve Wyche will discuss the latest on Brett Favre, debate the recent comments by Jerry Rice and reflect on the memorial service held for Steve McNair on Thursday’s NFL Network Total Access.
A quick tease at some of the topics we’ll be touching on.
When the planning for this trip was in its early stages, one thing that was most important to us was having the opportunity to spend the Fourth of July holiday with our troops who are serving overseas in harm’s way. I think all five coaches on the tour would agree that July 4, 2009 was a day they will long remember.
Derrick Mason and Frank Wycheck caught more passes from Steve McNair for more yards and more touchdowns than anyone else — by a huge margin.
A quick look at items I’m working on for tonight’s edition of NFL Total Access (as always, subject to change).