It will be very difficult for Brett Favre to repeat the career season he had in 2009. Even Favre has admitted as much.
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Posted: Tuesday, August 17th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Caleb Hanie, Chicago Bears, Damon Huard, Dan LeFevour, Frank Tadych, Jay Cutler, Jerry Angelo, Lovie Smith, Mike Martz, Todd Collins, Trent Green
With Bears backup QB Caleb Hanie nursing a right shoulder injury, the word out of Chicago is that the search for a backup quarterback is on.
NFL Network analyst Trent Green, who happens to know a thing or two about being a franchise quarterback, believes Vince Young has to go out and prove he can shoulder responsibility if he wants to be a true leader of the Titans.
Chargers TE Antonio Gates should be fine after seeing a foot specialist in North Carolina earlier in the week.
You can’t look at Trent Green without thinking of Rodney Harrison and the tackle that knocked the quarterback out of the 1999 season and launched the storybook NFL career of Kurt Warner.
NFL Network’s Scott Hanson reports that former Saints TE Mark Campbell is leaning toward retirement, but he’s willing to return for an 11th NFL season if “the right situation” comes along. QB Trent Green, on the other hand, says he would be “100 percent committed” to playing in the “right situation.” Green was the Rams’ backup QB last season.
Among the moves they made in preparation for Friday’s free agency, the Rams released WR Drew Bennett and QB Trent Green.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the Rams released QB Trent Green and WR Drew Bennett.
Rams QB Marc Bulger will not return to Sunday’s game against the Bears after leaving with an injury on the teams’ first series of the game.
Marc Bulger suffered a blow to the head in the first quarter against the Bears. He’s been replaced by Trent Green. Of course, anyone who started Bulger, even against the Bears’ weak pass defense, had to be desperate.
The Rams, down 40-0 to the Jets at halftime, have pulled Marc Bulger in favor of Trent Green.
NFL.com senior writer Steve Wyche reports that new Rams coach Jim Haslett told reporters following Tuesday’s practice that Marc Bulger will be the team’s starting quarterback for the rest of the season.
If the Rams are making a quarterback change and going back to Marc Bulger from Trent Green, that news will have to wait until at least Tuesday.
St. Louis no longer believes Marc Bulger is good enough to start. But the Rams’ decisions on quarterbacks have been, at best, shaky.
Must be something in the water this week with quarterback and changes.
Details still are emerging but the Rams have benched quarterback Marc Bulger and replaced him with Trent Green, who will start this week when St. Louis hosts the 3-0 Buffalo Bills.