Archive for March, 2007

Spikes Set to Fly in Philly After Trade from Bills

The Bills and Eagles pulled off a rare trade on Monday, as the Eagles grabbed backup quarterback Kelly Holcomb and linebacker Takeo Spikes. Spikes, who was to lead a new era of defense in Buffalo, has been limited to 15 games over the last two seasons with a hamstring and an Achilles tendon injury. Holcomb, […]

2007 Season to Open with Saints at the Champion Colts

Are you ready for some football? Well, we all know that the regular season is some six months away, but it’s never too early to get ready, and the league gave a sampling of that on Monday when it announced some early week one games and Thanksgiving games at the owner’s meetings in Phoenix. League […]

Deal to Get Green to Miami Still in Limbo

While the deal to send Matt Schaub to the Texans has changed the landscape a bit in the world of NFL QB’s, the one deal that still is in the works to get done is the Chiefs sending Trent Green to the Dolphins.  The writing has been on the wall for Green since the team […]

Vick Continues with Excuses in Water Bottle Saga

Now that the Michael Vick “water bottle” saga is behind us, all I can say is – WOW, that must be some special water bottle. In case you missed it, Vick recently told the “Atlanta Journal-Constitution” that the bottle, which was thought to have a hidden compartment that was stashing pot, was really a compartment […]

Swap Gives Schaub Starting Spot with Texans

The Houston Texans finally decided on Wednesday that they had it watching David Carr regress instead of progress as a NFL starting quarterback. That is the tone as the team went out and made a swift trade with the Atlanta Falcons to acquire Michael Vick backup and sometime starter Matt Schaub. The Texans are taking […]

The Quiet Storm Makes a Silent Departure

Remembering what it was like in those days leading up to the 2000 NFL Draft, it was not a stretch to think that Courtney Brown was going to be the next superstar defensive player in the National Football League. Now, just seven years later, Brown is thinking about life after football, mostly due to the […]

Hothead Porter Gets Into it with Bengal Linemen in Vegas

Evidently Joey Porter has forgotten that he’s only allowed to go after fellow players in pregame warm-ups, not when out in the general public. Porter, recently released by the Steelers and signed by Miami, has been cited for misdemeanor battery after going after and punching Bengals offensive linemen Levi Jones at a blackjack table in […]

More Players Find New Homes in Free Agency

Now that the big signing period of free agents in the NFL has come and gone, teams are still out there talking to some players left without a team, and trying to make their teams better. Here are some of the latest moves made: Cato June signs with the Buccaneers – I love this move […]