The NFC East is never lacking for storylines, and this offseason was no different. Whether it was Albert Haynesworth‘s decision to skip the Redskins’ offseason workouts, or the Eagles’ stunning trade of Donovan McNabb to rival Washington, the division has had plenty of fireworks over the last few months.
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Tim Tebow‘s readiness for the NFL has sparked much debate this offseason. Some believe the Broncos will use Tebow as a Wildcat QB. Others say the rookie isn’t ready to see the field in an NFL game, even though he was a first-round draft pick. The divide between the sides couldn’t be wider — a point driven home by NFL Network analysts Brian Baldinger and Jamie Dukes on Monday’s “NFL Total Access.”
Brett Favre and Jay Cutler might be the most talked-about quarterbacks in the NFC North (sorry, Aaron Rodgers), but how will they fare next season?
Posted: Friday, June 4th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Brett Favre, Dallas Cowboys, Dez Bryant, Donovan McNabb, Miles Austin, Patrick Crayton, Rod Woodson, Roy Williams, Stacey Dash, Terrell Owens, Warren Sapp
Patrick Crayton believes he isn’t being used properly in Dallas. Former Cowboys WR Terrell Owens can commiserate. He has been there.
Does Ben Roethlisberger have relationships to mend inside the Steelers locker room? Warren Sapp and Rod Woodson discuss.
Terrell Owens will join “NFL Total Access” with host Rich Eisen and analysts Warren Sapp and Rod Woodson as an in-studio guest at NFL Network on Friday, June 4.
Chris Johnson hasn’t been attending any of the Titans’ OTAs, and NFL Network’s Warren Sapp, who recently spoke to Johnson in Orlando, Fla., where he’s training, said on Thursday’s Total Access that he is ready to hold out all the way through training camp if necessary.
Jamie Dukes and Warren Sapp took sides in the debate over whether an outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl at Meadowlands Stadium is a good idea.
Jake Delhomme is the likely starter for the new-look Browns. Does that inspire confidence inside the locker room? NFL Network analysts Jamie Dukes and Warren Sapp discuss.
Brian Westbrook is expected to visit the Redskins, which could provide yet another source of motivation for an already committed Clinton Portis.
Gerald McCoy has expressed on a few occasions he hopes to be a top-three pick in the draft, which is right where most prognosticators have him pegged. In fact, he feels like he deserves it.
We heard from Deion Sanders Thursday for the first time since the trade of Donovan McNabb. Sanders, naturally, didn’t hide his true feelings on the trade.
Super Bowl pregame performers Queen Latifah and Carrie Underwood took questions from a large contingent of media Thursday.
NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp checks in to chat live with NFL Nation on Monday, January 18 at 5 p.m. ET.
Cardinals QB Kurt Warner has the decision to make — retire, or come back for a 13th NFL season in 2010. The NFL GameDay Morning crew took up the topic, and analysts Marshall Faulk and Steve Mariucci believe Warner will walk away this time.