When asked about which veteran receiver among Plaxico Burress, Randy Moss, Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco (who could very well stick with the Bengals) has the most to offer during his weekly live chat, NFL.com’s Vic Carucci made a somewhat surprising pick.
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The ranking of Cowboys QB Tony Romo at No. 72 on the NFL Network’s “The Top 100” has provided various levels of consternation for many in NFL Nation.
Depending on who you believe, Kyle Orton is either in front of the line to be the Denver Broncos starting quarterback, or on the trading block. Or maybe even both.
NFL.com senior columnist Vic Carucci gets the sense that the Broncos should decide it’s Tim Tebow time.
Has Christian Ponder moved into the first round? Our Vic Carucci certainly believes so.
Pat Kirwan throws another name into the Randy Moss sweepstakes: The Washington Redskins.
While several mock drafts have the Bills taking Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller with the third overall pick, NFL.com senior columnist Vic Carucci isn’t sold on the idea.
In his latest chat, NFL.com senior columnist Vic Carucci offered up his top prospect in the 2011 NFL Draft … and it’s not Cam Newton.
The NFL has become a quarterback league, but does that mean that a team in the Top 10 — in need of a quarterback, meaning the Cowboys will probably be out at No. 9 — should feel obligated to draft a quarterback?
It’s the question that’s on the mind of every football fan in Buffalo, and will be for the next two months: Should the Bills take a quarterback with the No. 3 overall pick in the draft?
While benching Brett Favre is unfathomable for some, many on the outside are clamoring for the Vikings, at 3-7 and with little reasonable hope for the playoffs, to turn the page from No. 4. NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock says the time is now.
Whenever I hear the phrase, “This is the year the Raiders return,” my mind immediately starts to wander and I wish for more Brett Favre updates. Honestly, I would probably much rather read about how cool it would be for the Cowboys to play in the Super Bowl in their home stadium! Because nobody has brought that up before. Ever.
If Jimmy Clausen were among the draft prospects in the green room here at Radio City Music Hall, he might be the one sitting alone on camera.
Another member of the NFL Competition Committee has come out to publicly support changes to playoff overtime rules. Giants president and CEO John Mara is hopeful he and the other owners can pass a modified overtime rule.
Posted: Sunday, February 21st, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Brentson Buckner, Carolina Panthers, Julius Peppers, Mike Rucker, New England Patriots, New York Giants, Pat Kirwan, Philadelphia Eagles, Vic Carucci
While five-time Pro Bowler Julius Peppers is less than a week away from likely becomming an unrestricted free agent — with several seeing New England as a strong suitor — questions are surfacing over his passion for football.