Posts Tagged ‘Thomas George’

Favre has rotator cuff tear, agent says

When Brett Favre took the practice field for the Vikings today, he carried with him a throwing arm that has “a little rotator cuff tear,” his agent, Bus Cook, said on Tuesday.

Highlights from Browns scrimmage

Thomas George provides some observations from the Cleveland Browns scrimmage being held in Cleveland Browns Stadium.

Bucs camp report: Morris working on reshaping team

According to senior columnist Thomas George, new Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris is preaching that his players must yearn to “be your best self” every day.

League VP Anderson: Vick could play in Week 1

Ray Anderson, the leagues’ executive vice president of football operations, tells senior columnist Thomas George that Michael Vick could find himself suiting up in the NFL in Week 1 of the regular season “if all goes well.”

Favre’s decision to return or not might be delayed

Brett Favre might not be ready to make a decision about his potential return by Friday, senior columnist Thomas George reports.

Those close to Favre expect decision by Friday

The people closest to Brett Favre, as well as the Minnesota Vikings, expect the veteran QB to provide an answer as to whether he will return well before the July 30 deadline he recently offered. They expect he will reveal his decision by Friday.

George: Ravens’ defense imposes its will

The Baltimore Ravens reminded the Tennessee Titans on Saturday that the best defense flattens ball-carriers. That the best one pops balls loose all over the field.

That’s what the Ravens did in winning 13-10 at LP Field and earning a spot in the AFC Championship Game.

George: Does Panthers-Giants rematch await?

Thomas George reports from the Panthers-Giants game. Check back later for his complete column.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — If the Carolina Panthers and the New York Giants are, indeed, the two best teams in the NFC, both showed why Sunday night at Giants Stadium. And why this scrap likely was only a prelude.

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