At least four teams are in contention for free-agent running back Michael Bush, according to league sources.
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The Seahawks have made a major addition to their offensive line, agreeing to terms with left guard Robert Gallery, according to a league source.
Posted: Friday, February 25th, 2011 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2011 NFL Scouting Combine, A.J. Green, Billy Devaney, Blaine Gabbert, Brian Xanders, Carson Palmer, Donovan McNabb, Gary Kubiak, Jake Locker, Jay Cutler, John Elway, Larry Fitzgerald, Leslie Frazier, Lovie Smith, Mark Ingram, Marvin Lewis, Mike Pouncey, Mike Shanahan, Plaxico Burress, Rick Smith, Rod Graves, Tim Tebow, Tom Cable, Tom Coughlin, Tyron Smith
And now for a few thoughts, observations and highlights as we wrap up Day 2 of the NFL Scouting Combine.
Posted: Thursday, November 25th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Four Downs, Ahmad Bradshaw, Asante Samuel, Austen Lane, Dimitri Patterson, Eli Manning, Four Downs, Hue Jackson, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jeremy Mincey, Matt Dodge, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders, Quintin Mikell, Terrance Knighton, Tom Cable, Tom Coughlin, Tyson Alualu
Another week of film works brings the latest edition of Four Downs, with a look at a few things that caught my eye. Enjoy Week 12 everyone.
Aftering riding a hot hand in Jason Campbell, Raiders coach Tom Cable has decided that hand has cooled off. Cable has pulled Cambell during the third quarter against the Steelers, looking for a spark from Bruce Gradkowksi.
Raiders offensive coordinator Hue Jackson empowers his players, and his touch this season is paying off in big ways for Darren McFadden.
Raiders coach Tom Cable told reporters on Friday that CB Nnamdi Asomugha (ankle) and TE Zach Miller (arch) will be game-time decisions vs Chiefs.
The Raiders are feeling pretty good after a blowout in Denver, so much so that some believe the statement win will turn around the entire season.
Raiders RB Darren McFadden said that he is 70/30 to play this week against the Broncos, according to the San Francisco Chronicle (via Twitter).
The fast start we’ve all been waiting for from Darren McFadden has put him among the league’s leading rushers, but a hamstring injury has left his status — and his early season breakout — very much in question.
Three weeks into the season, it could be argued a number of NFL coaches might find themselves on the hot seat — loosely defined as a barometer for being in danger of losing their jobs. Charles Davis and Michael Lombardi were tasked with “buying” or “selling” a list of five head coaches: Mike Singletary, Tom Coughlin, Jack Del Rio, John Fox and Tom Cable. Both used a mulligan on Fox, who is widely thought to be coaching his last season in Carolina. The results were also unanimous on selling on the futures of Del Rio in Jacksonville and Cable in Oakland. Agree? Disagree? Watch the video and leave your take below.
The Raiders need a quarterback with swagger and substance, and the team will rally around the play of Bruce Gradkowski.
Eagles coach Andy Reid gets it. The Raiders? Not so much.
Eagles coach Andy Reid announced that QB Michael Vick will be the team’s starting quarterback because apparently, coach Reid enjoys winning. Fantasy enthusiasts everywhere rejoice this wonderful news. Especially when you consider what Vick did last week and that the Eagles play the Jaguars this week.
Raiders coach Tom Cable would not select his starting quarterback for Sunday. And why would he? Todd Haley will not put in his best running back. Norv Turner likes to take out Ryan Mathews near the goal line. Why should Cable make life easier for the fantasy enthusiasts and select his starting quarterback? Did Jason Campbell bomb during six quarters of football? He did. Did Bruce Gradkowski rally his team and look much sharper at quarterback? Of course he did. So will Cable make the right decision to start Gradkowski? Eh. Now normally you would not care about starting a Raiders quarterback. Or any Raiders player, for that matter. But with a looming matchup against the Cardinals, Gradkowski is somebody […]