Posts Tagged ‘National Football League’

NFL Replacement refs used in Lingerie Football League?

Folks, this is something that you can file under “Sad but true.” I think it is widely acknowledged that the National Football League, with their replacement officials, have lowered the standard in terms of the quality of the officiating that we, the general viewing public have viewed either in person or on television. While at […]

NFL Announces National TV Slate for Preseason Games

The National Football League has announced the national television schedule for the 2012 preseason as well as each team’s preseason opponents in 2012. The Saints and Cardinals will kickoff the preseason in the annual Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio at 8pm ET on Sunday, August 5 on the NFL Network. Here’s the rest […]

NFL News And Notes

A potpourri of NFL news, courtesy of The Sporting News: *Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and wide receiver Calvin Johnson sat out practice on Friday and are listed as questionable for the team’s game against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. Stafford has missed four of the team’s 5 practices; he injured his knee during […]

Redskins’ Moss, Giants’ Webster Fined For Tussle

The National Football League’s coffers got a bit bigger as the league announced on Friday that Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss and New York Giants cornerback Corey Webster were fined $5,000 apiece for their involvement in a tussle during their game last week. Moss and Webster struck their heads – knocking Moss’ helmet off […]

Vikings’ McKinnie Suspended by NFL

As I had previously reported here at NFL Gridiron Gab about two weeks ago, the National Football League was weighing their decision on whether to suspend Minnesota Vikings offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie. The decision is in, and it is not good for neither the Vikings nor McKinnie as NFL.com is reporting that the offensive tackle […]