Archive for June, 2007

Reports Say Three Teams Have Interest in Former Bear Johnson

  While the Bears have given up on defensive tackle Tank Johnson, look for a few teams out there to give him a serious look. Number one on that list may be the Dallas Cowboys, who could use a player like Johnson on their D-line. Reports state that one member of the Cowboys organization says […]

Culpepper Hearing Against Dolphins Set for Today

Today is the day that Dolphins quarterback Daunte Culpepper has been waiting for. Today he goes in front of arbitrator John Feerick and states his case on why he feels the Miami Dolphins should release him. Culpepper, who is his own agent, will be represented as well by NFL Players Association general counsel Richard Berthelsen. […]

AFC Team Outlooks: 2006 Regular Season NFL Run/Pass Ratio Significance

AFC Team Outlooks: 2006 Regular Season NFL Run/Pass Ratio Significance Baltimore 52 % Pass to 48% Run 2006: Baltimore was very balanced last year in their offense, as their record pointed out. With a second straight disappointing year from Jamal Lewis, they went to the pass more often. McNair spread the wealth and was productive […]

Dolphins Waive Troubled DE Fred Evans

After getting arrested over the weekend and charged with battery on a police officer, disorderly conduct resisting arrest and trespassing the Dolphins have decided they have had enough of defensive linemen Fred Evans.  The team announced on Thursday that they were releasing Evans, a move that comes to no shock after the weekend arrest.  Evans […]

Cowboys Prepared to Kick in 2007

In the draft, the Cowboys made an excellent choice in first team All-PAC 10 kicker, Nick Folk.  After the way the season ended for them, you had to think the kicking game would be first and foremost in their minds.  Some may even say they drafted the veteran QB Brad Johnson simply to replace Romo […]

Fun Football Facts to Pass the Time

The offseason marches on.  Player negotiations, players’ legal scrapes, the OTA’s, minicamps, and the upcoming training camps – rites of passage for hundreds (thousands?) of NFL players across the landscape. Which means lots of watercooler chat, fantasy football league drafts, and Excedrins by the bulk.  But something is amiss in all of this – yes, the […]

Darius’ Latest Stop Lands in Buffalo

The Donovian Darius tour of the NFL continues, and Tuesday the stop was in Buffalo, where the former Jaguars safety toured the faculity of the Buffalo Bills. Darius has already spoken to a few teams, including the Radiers and Panthers about joining their squad for the 2007 season. While he has yet to get an […]

Cotchery’s Time to Shine Coming for the Jets

When you think of the Jets number one option at wide-out you think of Laveranues Coles right? Well, that may be changing sooner then later if Jerricho Cotchery keeps improving at the pace he is at. After only starting one game in ‘05 and racking up only 251 yards he turned it around last year. Continue Reading […]