Is a return by Alex Smith a good move for the 49ers? NFL Network analyst Trent Green thinks so.
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Former Washington QB Jake Locker made good with analysts Trent Green and Jamie Dukes during his visit to the NFL Network studios on Wednesday, March 9.
Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew, a close friend of the NFL Network, joined the “NFL Total Access” set Thursday, and it wasn’t long before the conversation turned toward his ill-timed Twitter shot directed at Jay Cutler.
Should Carolina draft a quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick? NFL Network analysts Jamie Dukes and Trent Green agree the Panthers would be better off going a different direction.
Vince Young’s reputation of lacking leadership, maturity and work ethic often played out in a public forum, and what we saw was likely only the tip of the iceberg. It finally caught up with him.
The Packers (8-6) are still in the hunt for an NFC wild card, and they’ve got two believers in Trent Green and Rod Woodson.
Tasked by the “NFL Total Access” producers to compile who they think are the top five teams in the AFC, analysts Trent Green and Jamie Dukes unveiled their AFC power rankings on Thursday.
Who are the top five AFC teams? Trent Green and Jamie Dukes have made their lists.
What is Donovan McNabb really think about his recent benching? Joe Theismann and Trent Green share their thoughts about all that’s happening around McNabb and the Redskins.
Who is to blame in San Diego for the Chargers’ 2-5 start? NFL Network analyst Rod Woodson said GM A.J. Smith has to take some accountability for what’s taking place on the field.
Posted: Thursday, October 28th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Brad Childress, Brett Favre, Fran Charles, Jay Glazer, Minnesota Vikings, NFL Total Access, Rod Woodson, San Diego Chargers, Terrell Owens, Trent Green
How long will Vikings coach Brad Childress stick with Brett Favre if he proves to be ineffective against the Patriots?
Does a scenario exist where the Minnesota Vikings are better off without Brett Favre, and he could lose his starting job?
NFL Network analysts Joe Theismann and Mike Mayock agree the future success of the Vikings hinges on a struggling offensive line.
NFL Network analysts Jamie Dukes and Trent Green discuss how to get the 0-2 Dallas Cowboys back on track, and both agree it starts with a committment to the running game.