Archive for October, 2007

NCAAGridironGab.com’s Campus Scoop – October 31, 2007

Inside the show they call “Campus Scoop”, you can listen to Site Editor Russ Loede and Brandon Stella discuss Heisman Hopefuls, Top QB’s, and a segment of “Trick or Treat” burning questions. Inside a new edition you will have the Top 5 revealed to you, the closest and most meaningful games and rivalries of this […]

Gridiron Tailgating – October 31, 2007

In this week’s edition of Gridiron Tailgating you can listen to the trio of Brandon Stella, Jetsgab.com Writer Blake Kelley, and Bearsgab and NCAAGridirongab.com Editor Russ Loede talk about the “Super Bowl in November”, a “Trick or Treat” segment filled with intriguing questions, and players with the most pressure to succeed in Week 9.  You can get your […]

Jaguars’ Stroud Facing Suspension?

Most people in the know naturally assumed that the reason the Jacksonville Jaguars had signed former Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle Grady Jackson was because of an injury to either DT John Henderson or DT Marcus Stroud. It appears, according to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, that Stroud is unavailable – but not because of an injury. […]

Former QB George Back to Begging for Another Shot with Minnesota

Can someone please tell former QB bust Jeff George that his pleas to make it back on a roster in the National Football League are no longer needed.  After all, George was not even all that good when he was in his “prime” and a starter in the league.  Why would anyone now want a […]

Raiders Lose DE Kelly; Release WR Williams

  The Raiders struggles continued Tuesday off the field as they learned they had lost  starting right defensive end Tommy Kelly for the rest of the 2007 season.  Kelly is gone with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.  The injury took place  Sunday early in the third quarter while making a tackle […]

More Trying Times for Reid as Oldest Son Taken into Custody

  It has been a trying year for Eagles coach Andy Reid on and off the field, and things got even worse on Tuesday when his eldest son was taken into custody after failing a drug test. Garrett Reid was handcuffed and taken to the Montgomery County Prison after he surrendered to a probation officer. […]

That Time of the Year to Start Thinking About Canton?

That time of the year to start thinking about Canton? Yes NFLGridiron gab fans the league has issued it’s preliminary list of 124 nominees for possible induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as the class of 2008. This list will be eventually scaled down to a list of 25 semifinalist which will be […]

Gridiron Gab’s First Half Grades – AFC

  Roughly half of the 2007 National Football League season is in the books, and with it comes time to give out some grades. We’ll start with the American Football Conference, which braces for the biggest game of the season Sunday between the Pats and Colts in Indy. AFC East ————– New England A+ : […]