Posts Tagged ‘Tony Mandarich’

Draft Countdown: Terrible Twos (Leaf, Mandarich)

Almost there. We’re just two days away from the spring’s biggest sporting event (Stanley Cup, NBA Finals? Ugh.) In a couple more nights we’ll all be seeing how far a certain (iconic?) quarterback falls, if Chan the man (Gailey, of course) is comfortable with an Ivy Leaguer under center, and what the two Johns (Fox and Elway) do in the two-hole.

Pick Six: Top NFL players turned fighters

Vikings DE Ray Edwards told the Pioneer Press that he plans to pursue a career in boxing if there is a lockout. And the good news for Edwards is that he will only need to last about 40 seconds in the ring to be considered a bigger success than Johnnie Morton.

Roundup: Don’t expect WR Holt in Chicago

Torry Holt is not going to the Bears. But is he a lock for the AFC South? Also, a look at the market for backup quarterbacks, heavy metal in Big D and Brian Dawkins’ thoughts on the Cutler trade.

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