Plaxico Burress didn’t have a catch in Week 2 for the Jets. This would have led to outbursts in the past, but Burress was under control Sunday.
The Steelers have legitimate interest in Plaxico Burress, and his meeting with the team Saturday wasn’t just a courtesy call.
Plaxico Burress poses for a portrait in the NFL Network Studio on Thursday.
Posted: Thursday, July 7th, 2011 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Plaxico Burress, Andre Johnson, Brian Baldinger, Chad Ochocinco, Houston Texans, Michael Vick, Philadelphia Eagles, Sidney Rice, Solomon Wilcots
Plaxico Burress is in our studios today, and I can tell you he immediately passed the eye test. Brian Baldinger and Solomon Wilcots immediately noted and commented on his physical appearance, and Burress told me he’s sticking to a strict regimen in South Florida, and his legs feel as strong and explosive as ever. “This is best I’ve felt in years,” he said. Burress is spending his days at Bommarito Performance Systems, an elite training facility, and has been joined there by other top receivers such as Chad Ochocinco and Sidney Rice. He said the ankle issues that bogged him down in the past are long gone, and he will be ready to go whenever the lockout ends. Baldinger asked […]
For those who think the talk of Plaxico Burress going to the Eagles is unfounded, simply the result of Michael Vick expressing a desire, don’t underestimate the impact of those desires. So said NFL.com senior analyst Pat Kirwan during his Tuesday chat.
With not much else on the football radar Monday, the release of Plaxico Burress from prison stole our attention. Burress is now a free man (depending on how you view parole), and in the minds of many NFL observers, a return to New York is a very logical scenario.
With Plaxico Burress due to be released from jail Monday, there has been plenty of chatter about the Super Bowl XLII hero and where he might end up playing in 2011. Burress’ name came up in not one but two live chats Thursday on NFL.com.
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.
Plaxico Burress returning to the Giants is believed to be possible, but one person with some insight — starting LT David Diehl — doesn’t see the receiver coming back. However, it’s not for the reasons you might expect.
Posted: Wednesday, May 18th, 2011 | Frank Tadych Tags: Plaxico Burress, New England Patriots, New York Giants, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Washington Redskins
With plenty of time for speculation, what are the possible landing spots for Plaxico Burress?
Giants coach Tom Coughlin is at the NFL Scouting Combine to scout new players, but reporters all wanted to know about an old one, WR Plaxico Burress, who’s scheduled to be released from jail in June.
NFL Network analyst Solomon Wilcots reminded us that any team interested in Plaxico Burress will have to be patient.
A lot has to happen before Plaxico Burress returns to a football field.
Posted: Thursday, January 27th, 2011 | Frank Tadych Tags: Plaxico Burress, Baltimore Ravens, Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals, New England Patriots, New York Giants, New York Jets, St. Louis Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Plaxico Burress has vowed he will play in the NFL again. So, the next logical step is … where?