Archive for May, 2007

The Gab Report – 05/31/2007

In today’s Gab Report, site editor Matt Loede and columnist Jim Dubenetzky discuss all the recent happenings in the NFL. Topics inlcude the new look Cleveland Browns, who’s hot in the NFC, the rash of young players dying in the league, off-season training activites, and the latest on Trent Green.

Goodell Says “No More” To Alcohol in Locker Rooms

In a move that is sure to upset quite a few players and team personal around the league, the NFL has decided to ban alcohol from team functions and on buses or flights. The ban used to only apply to the locker rooms, but now that rule appears to have a lot more power behind […]

Quinn Struggles Early With the Browns

All reports so far from the Cleveland Browns mini camp has Brady Quinn suffering from the usual rookie problems at QB in the NFL.  After his surprising slide in the recent draft to No. 22, it could be that he’s feeling a little more pressure than normal.  Combine that with the fact it’s his home […]

Moulds Signing With Titans Not Going to Happen

The Tennessee Titans made it official on Thursday, they will not be going after former Bills and Texans wide out Eric Moulds.  Head coach Jeff Fisher indicated Thursday that despite his experience, which the Titans sorely need, Moulds is not in the Titans plans.  Said offensive coordinator Norm Chow: “Yeah, it would be nice to […]

Johnson To Race Horse For Charity – Lewis Loses Sleep

If nothing else you have to give Bengals wide out Chad Johnson credit – he keeps things interesting. Johnson is back in the headlines, as he is going to headline an event titled “Man vs Beast,” in which he will race a 4-year-old colt at a charity event in Cincinnati on June 9th. The event […]

Leave Football Alone Mark; A New League is Doomed to Fail

It’s been tried before and failed, and now if a group of men with more money then they know what to do with it try it again, mark it down – it will fail. If your not following, a report broke Wednesday that Dallas Mavs owner Mark Cuban and a group are looking into the […]

Are “Voluntary” Training Practices Really Voluntary?

In today’s Gab Report, site editor Matt Loede talks about how teams these days say that they are running “voluntary” training practices, but in effect, players such as Browns WR Braylon Edwards and Titans RB LenDale White are paying the price for not showing up due to family reasons..

White’s Absence a Misunderstanding Claims Fisher

The furor of Titans running back LenDale White missing a voluntary practice on Tuesday has been put to rest, as Tennessee head coach Jeff Fisher said it was the result of a misunderstanding. While everyone was back at practice after having Memorial Day off for the Titans, White was not there, giving Fisher a shot […]