Archive for May, 2012

Formrer Steeler WR Hines Ward to Work for NBC Sports

Steeler fans will be seeing Hines Ward this season on TV – but in a little different way. NBC Sports announced that it has hired Ward to be a part of Football Night in America, which is the in-studio show for “Sunday Night Football.” Ward, who left football this past offseason after he was released […]

Terrell Owens Considering a Lawsuit Against Arena Team That Cut Him

Terrell Owens is still hoping to get back to the NFL in 2012, but first he’s going to deal with a lawsuit, one that he is going to start against his now former arena team. reports that Owens is considering a lawsuit against the Allen Wranglers, stating that they breached his contract when they […]

San Francisco Hoping to Take Another Step Forward in 2012

Two special teams’ blunders and a few passes later and the San Francisco 49ers found their outstanding 2011-2012 NFL season over.  For the first time in over a decade the 49ers were once against on top of their division, the NFC West, finishing the regular season with a 13-3 record.  Furthermore, the Niners dominated conference […]

Washington and QB Kirk Cousins Comes to Terms

The Washington Redskins announced, via Twitter, that they have agreed to a deal with quarterback Kirk Cousins, the team’s 4th round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft (they even have a nifty picture of him signing something, presumably his contract). Cousins was the 102nd player taken overall, and the 7th player taken in the 4th […]

Saints Coach Joe Vitt Confident Brees and the Team Will Get a Deal Done

The drama with the Saints continues with their head coach sitting at home – as well as their franchise QB. Drew Brees has not signed his franchise tender, and has stated all along that he won’t sign until he gets a new deal. Interim head coach Joe Vitt says he is “still confident” that Brees’ […]

Jets CB Darrelle Revis Says He May Not Report to Camp on Time

Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis faced questions again at today’s practice regarding his contract and a potential holdout prior to this year’s training camp according to Conor Orr of the Newark Star-Ledger. Mum as usual, the cornerback would not guarantee his presence for the first day in Cortland when asked directly. “What’s the point?” Revis said […]

Former Steelers QB Kordell Stewart Comes Back to Pittsburgh to Announce His Retirement

Kordell Stewart, known as “Slash” in his early days, returned to the Steel City Wednesday to announce his retirement. He always wanted to do it as a Steeler, and was able to get it done the way he wanted, just like one of his old WR’s – Hines Ward. “It’s not closure in a negative […]

2012’s Newest Feud: Alex Smith vs. Cam Newton (and Jon Beason)

Alex Smith felt the need to slam the historic rookie season of Cam Newton – one without a full off-season – in order to try to make his numbers seem better. Click here for the details. Hit “Like” or the Facebook share button if you think Alex Smith will get replaced if he doesn’t make […]