Archive for June, 2011

Could Chad Ochocinco Land in the Windy City This Offseason?

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Bears are determined to reel in a big wide receiver and he “wouldn’t completely dismiss the possibility” of Chad Ochocinco landing in Chicago this summer. Ochocinco counts as a big receiver in comparison to the Bears’ collection of small, quicker receivers. Other possibilities are tantalizing because they could weaken […]

Cowboys Ware Not Happy With Not Being on the NFL Players Top 10 List

According to Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News, since his rookie year in 2005 no player in the NFL has had more sacks than the Cowboys’ DeMarcus Ware. That distinction, however, was not enough to get him voted as one of 2011’s top 10 players according to his peers. Ware, who has 80 sacks […]

Vikings Robison Wants Edwards To Get His Money And Move Out Of The Way

I thought about opening this post with the words “Brian Robison has waited patiently for his chance to start” but I’ve attended enough of his live chats over at Viking Update that I actually think he probably hasn’t been waiting all that patiently and has been champing at the bit since entering the league. Robison […]

Vikings Stadium Deal Could Come Today

Sources reported Wednesday that stadium negotiators had dropped the cost of the $1 billion proposed project by nearly $200 million, the Vikings had upped their contribution from $407 million and the state, Ramsey County and the team had resolved who would own and operate the stadium in suburban Arden Hills according to Rochelle Olson and […]

Former Jets and Chiefs Coach Edwards Address Rookies at Symposium

Former Jets and Chiefs coach Herm Edwards gave a great speech earlier at the NFL Rookie Symposium.

CB McFadden On If the Steelers are Targets of Officials

Just like for any other veteran, this offseason has not exactly been like any other in recent history. Most vets have had to work out on their own to keep in shape, any many have attended some type of team workout when they have been held. For Steelers CB Bryant McFadden, he’s been down in […]

Don’t Expect FA WR Sidney Rice to Land with Seahawks

John Clayton of ESPN doesn’t expect the Seahawks to sign wide receiver Sidney Rice, who despite a hip injury that limited his production last season is considered one of the game’s best young receivers. The 24-year-old decided he wouldn’t re-sign with the Vikings before testing free agency. When he does, Clayton expects him to be […]

QB Coach George Whitfield to Tutor Terrelle Pryor

Quarterback coach George Whitfield is headed to South Florida to tutor former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor. “It is my understanding I am heading (to Miami),” said Whitfield. “I look forward to working with him. From a kid that grew up in Ohio and knows how important the Buckeyes are and my relationship with coach […]