The NFL Network will reveal the best of the best on Tuesday, Dec. 29 when the 2010 Pro Bowl rosters are announced on the NFL Total Access Pro Bowl Selection Show primetime special at 7 p.m. ET.
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The revelry surrounding tomorrow’s Kickoff 2009 game between the Steelers and Titans isn’t hard to miss. I wasn’t even all the way across the country and fully into Steeler Nation Wednesday before brushing elbows with fans who clearly had football on the brain.
Terrell Owens has an impressive debut with the Buffalo Bills.
This isn’t the Dallas Cowboys’ first training camp in the Alamodome, but it still boggles the mind to see an NFL team conduct its entire camp indoors. You’re so used to these summer sessions being held on a college campus, under the hot sun, in some remote location.
Bills owner Ralph Wilson, making his first appearance at training camp today, addressed the squad on the field after practice.
Are the Bills preparing to unleash a new version of the Wildcat offense?
The Bills are in pads today for the first time since beginning training-camp practices Saturday, but DT Marcus Stroud is sitting out with a tweaked left hamstring.
The Bills have arguably the most fan-friendly training camp in the NFL. The fields are situated so fans have a close-up view of all of the action.
Upon learning of Linda Bogdan‘s death today, it occurred to me that she might very well have been the quietest curiosity in the NFL.
Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt sounds as if he’s expecting disgruntled wide receiver Anquan Boldin to be with the team for opening day, pointing out that he has two years left on his contract.
During this morning’s NFC coaches-media breakfast at the league meetings, I asked Vikings coach Brad Childress what attracted him the most about Sage Rosenfels, the quarterback he acquired from the Houston Texans.
What’s the reason for the infusion of younger head coaches in the NFL? Thirty-two-year-old Raheem Morris, the new coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has a simple answer: Blame it on John Madden. But that’s not because Madden himself was 32 when he became coach of the Oakland Raiders in 1969.
It’s pretty clear that Oakland Raiders coach Tom Cable thinks that his quarterback, JaMarcus Russell, still has plenty of work to do to live up to his status as a No. 1 overall draft pick.
Despite the fact the Detroit Lions have made it public that they are seeking to negotiate a contract with the yet-to-be-unidentified player they would make the No. 1 overall pick of next month’s draft, general manager Martin Mayhew told me today that he is open to trading the choice if he could land the right difference-maker from another team.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin likes to talk about the fact that there is no real manual for those in his profession to follow.