Archive for February, 2010

For the Love of The Game: Why The Draft Process Is So Fun To Watch

Watching the 2010 NFL Scouting Combine has been both rewarding for me in gaining some crucial draft knowledge, and getting to see all of these kids’ hardwork pay off a little bit. For me, draft day is the culmination of everything coming together for a young man, and him and his family, reaching the pinnacle […]

Report: Jets to release running back Thomas Jones

Despite a big 2009 season that helped the team get to the AFC Title game, it looks as if Thomas Jones’ career in New York with the Jets is over. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports via his Twitter account that Jones will not be restructuring his contract with the Jets and will be released this week. […]

Owens to be a free agent; Bills announce they will not offer him a contract

Terrell Owens will have something else to talk about on his reality show this offseason, as he won’t be coming back to the Buffalo Bills. The team announced Saturday they do not plan to offer him a contract. By doing that, Owens will be allowed to sign with any team starting at midnight on March […]

Texas QB McCoy says his shoulder will be 100 percent and is ‘just about ready to go’

While Sam Bradford is being toasted as the top QB that will be taken in April’s NFL Draft, another QB that teams are taking a long look at is Texas QB Colt McCoy. The QB had a solid 2009 season, throwing for 3521 yards, 27 touchdowns and 12 picks. The end of his career at […]

Bills appear likely to keep running back Marshawn Lynch

In an offseason that has been filled with change, and the changes that are still to come, there doesn’t seem to be any likelihood that the Buffalo Bills backfield duo is going to change in 2010. According to an article appearing on, Bills head coach Chan Gailey has given no indication the team intents to part ways […]

NFL Competition Committee to take a look at current overtime format

As a football fan you either love or hate the current overtime format. There’s really not much of a way around it, as if your team loses a lot of times you hear about how OT is unfair, and then again if your team wins it’s fine as is. Finally the NFL has decided enough […]

Oklahoma QB Bradford not talking what teams have talked to him

Oklahoma’s Sam Bradford is showing some pretty good savvy this weekend at the NFL Combine in Indy, as so far he’s decided to be coy about what teams he’s talked to about being on their roster in the 2010 season. “I don’t think that needs to be out there,” said Bradford. You can be the […]

Broncos still undecided on the future of Brandon Marshall

What to do with Brandon Marshall? That is the biggest question these days it seems facing the Broncos, as some feel they should cut their losses with the troubled wide out and move on, while others feel he has too much talent and he’s the teams best playmaker and needs to be around. Today the […]