Archive for May, 2011

Is Kevin Kolb Not a Good Fit for the Cardinals Offense?

Most experts are predicting Eagles backup quarterback Kevin Kolb will head to Arizona via trade once the lockout is over but according to, Cardinals coaches might be concerned about Kolb. They note that Kolb has thrown more interceptions(14) than touchdown passes(11) in his brief career. They wonder about his decision-making. But mostly the Cardinals’ […]

Toronto Mayor Still Trying to Talk a Team Into Coming to Town

Mark Masters of the Nationalpost reports earlier this month, Toronto city councillor and the brother of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford suggested the Saints may be a prime target for franchise relocation. The Saints immediately refuted the claim and Ford apologized. He said he was simply repeating a rumour he heard. A reporter asked him Monday […]

NFL Sends Memo to Niners About Chatting About Free Agents

The NFL has sent the 49ers a memo asking them to not discuss their free agents during the lockout according to Eric Branch of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat. In a press conference after the draft, new coach Jim Harbaugh said, on a number of occasions, that he thought QB Alex Smith would re-sign with […]

Cover of Madden 12 with Browns RB Peyton Hillis on It Revealed

It’s a day that Browns fans have long waited for -the Madden 12 cover with running back Peyton Hillis on it! The Browns running back came out of nowhere to win a competition with players around the league to win the cover in a fan vote. The game will come out in stores in early […]

Repot: NFL Rookie Symposium Back On; NFLPA to Finance the Event

With the lockout dragging on, the back and forth between events continues. Today it’s being reported that the NFL’s rookie symposium, which was canned at first – is now back on. Sports Illustrated’s Jim Trotter first reported that the event is back on thanks to the NFLPA. The NFLPA will host and finance the symposium […]

Panthers Guard Says Over 50 Players Attended Team Practice

Panthers guard Geoff Schwartz indicated on Twitter that more than 50 players attended the Panthers players workout today according to the Associated Press. “Great morning of team activities,” he wrote. Left tackle Jordan Gross, who organized the two weeks of practices with left guard Travelle Wharton, said reporters wouldn’t be allowed in until the last […]

College Fallout: Suspended OSU Buckeyes May Now Consider Supplemental Draft

With Jim Tressel resigning as head coach of Ohio State University, the five players suspended for the first five games of the 2011 season may consider entering the 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft, Len Pasquarelli of The Sports Xchange reports. The five players are quarterback Terrelle Pryor, running back Dan Herron, wide receiver DeVier Posey, offensive […]

Eagles QB Kolb Shows Class, Character, and Work Ethic, Despite Situation

Kevin Kolb knows he will be traded, whether it be to the team of his choice, or a completely off the map team, both Andy Reid and the Eagles organization have made it abundantly clear that Kolb will not be wearing bleeding Eagle Green next season. This leaves Kolb in a tough situation, as with […]