If you need a wideout for the stretch run, Vincent Jackson is worth a look off the waiver wire.
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Following Wednesday’s trade sending Randy Moss back to Minnesota, many are connecting the dots on the idea of the Patriots acquiring a wide receiver.
Vikings coach Brad Childress raised eyebrows last year when he picked up newly acquired Brett Favre at the airport after the quarterback signed with the club. Childress’ move could be seen as symbolic, as it likely saved the coach’s job.
In the aftermath of the non-trade of Vincent Jackson, Rams GM Billy Devaney defended the Chargers for holding firm in their asking price.
Chargers RB Ryan Mathews and WR Malcom Floyd missed practice on Wednesday, according to a team release.
Chargers general manager A.J. Smith and enigmatic WR Vincent Jackson have reached an impasse.
Take the St. Louis Rams off the list of teams who are in the running for Vincent Jackson.
The Vincent Jackson trade talk remains hot, with much of the latest specuation Tuesday linking the receiver to the Vikings.
You can’t sit Vikings WR Percy Harvin, which is enough to frustrate fantasy owners.
Posted: Thursday, September 16th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: A.J. Smith, Bruce Allen, Frank Tadych, Mike Shanahan, Minnesota Vikings, San Diego Chargers, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Vincent Jackson, Washington Redskins, Zygi Wilf
One result of the ruling on Vincent Jackson’s current NFL suspension is that it will likely accelerate the timeline for a potential trade.
Of all the hot stories around the NFL on Thursday, the topic du joir at NFL Network is the immediate future of Vincent Jackson.
Vincent Jackson could be back sooner than later for fantasy owners … if the Chargers deal him in the next few days.
The Chargers fell just short in Monday night’s loss to the Chiefs, leaving NFL Network analysts Charles Davis and Darryl Johnston to discuss how much the team missed Vincent Jackson.
The bright lights of Monday night football bring extra hand wringing for fantasy enthusiasts hanging their hopes on big prime time performances to push them over the top. But if you were waiting for Ryan Mathews, Malcolm Floyd or Shonn Greene to come through for you on Monday, well, I hope you were watching Chad Ochcocinco get punked by the Miz on Monday Night Raw instead.
Posted: Wednesday, September 8th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Antonio Gates, Brandyn Dombrowski, Brian Baldinger, Donald Lee, Green Bay Packers, Jermichael Finley, Joe Theismann, Legedu Naanee, Malcolm Floyd, Marcus McNeill, Michael Lombardi, Norv Turner, Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers, Vincent Jackson
The idea during a recent film session was to concentrate on young, ascending quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers and Philip Rivers. While they didn’t disappoint, some important keys jumped out about the offenses of the Packers and Chargers.