Archive for August, 2007

Gridiron Tailgating – August 31, 2007

The controversial 1-2 punch of Blake Kelley and Russ Loede are back with another eye-opening show.  In this eighth epsiode of Gridiron Tailgating, you will more than likely jump and get up out of your seat; wanting more, as this half hour plus of quality talk will have you completely ready for some real, live NFL action.  The special show will feature […]

Strahan Ends Holdout, Rejoins Giants in Time for Opener

The Michael Strahan saga in New York is over, as he Pro Bowl defensive end has decided to end his holdout, and will report to his team just in time to play in next weeks season opener.  It has been report after report stating that Strahan was seriously thinking about ending his career and retiring.  […]

Del Rio Makes Stunning Decision in Making Garrard Starting QB

With a new season comes new changes, and possibly the most stunning took place on Friday, as the Jacksonville Jaguars held a press conference announcing that they have a new quarterback – David Garrard, and that former starter Byron Leftwich would either be traded or released before Saturday night’s 6pm deadline to make roster cuts.  […]

Browns Give Starting Nod to Frye

The Cleveland Browns have finally gotten themselves set for opening day, as the QB spot has been cemented.  For now.  Sources say that head coach Romeo Crennel told the team that Charlie Frye, the starter from opening day last season, will get the ball under center on opening day at home vs the Steelers on […]

Rice’s Addition to Help make Rams a Contender

According to sources, as soon as today, the Rams will announce the signing of former Cardinal and Buccaneer Simeon Rice.  The All-Pro DE will be expected to start along with, opposite the side of Pro-Bowl sack artist Leonard Little, on a defensive line that picked up Nebraska’s Adam Carriker (13th overall) in the draft, as […]

Bears TE Olsen Sprains Knee, Likely to Miss Opener

Update/Impact: The Bears nearly came out of the preseason injury- free, but in the second quarter of their preseason finale against the Browns, first round draft pick Greg Olsen came up limping after being tackled by Browns LB Clifton Smith. Olsen, a former member from the “U” (Miami Hurricanes), made nine catches for 75 yards […]

Eagles QB Feeley Breaks Hand in Eagles’ Loss

The Philadelphia Eagles just cannot seem to catch a break (no pun intended) these days.  In last night’s loss to the New York Jets, backup quarterback suffered what is described as a broken third metacarpal on his non-throwing hand.  He suffered the injury while being sacked by Jets reserve nose tackle C.J. Mosley, more than likely […]

Breaking Down the AFC South

Much like the AFC East, the AFC South really is a division with one powerhouse team, one decent team, and two teams that have potential, but appear to be far behind the division leader. The talent at the top of the Indianapolis Colts is far and above the other three teams, and really the question […]