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Gridiron Gab Links – NFC Afternoon Edition 8/23

Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher on Wednesday didn’t confirm or deny a Tribune report that he visited Germany several months ago to consider a pioneering therapy, Regenokine, for his left knee previously used by other elite American athletes. – Chicago Sun-Times His New York Giants teammates might have been sending Prince Amukamara a message when he […]

Tampa Bay Bucs Keep Up Signgings; Sign Eric Wright and Carl Nicks

By Max Luckan The Bucs have continued their spending spree, which is what the fans have wanted all along. The Buccaneers have agreed to a deal with CB Eric Wright and G Carl Nicks. Now, the Bucs have added a top flight receiver in Vincent Jackson, a solid corner in Eric Wright, and probably a […]

Eric Wright looking for an extension to stay in Detroit

Lions cornerback Eric Wright, who signed a one-year contract in July, is open to staying in the Motor City, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. “It’s obviously a place that I was comfortable with coming, especially in dealing with as many teams as I dealt with during free agency,” Wright said. “I picked […]

Bears at Lions MNF Injury Report

Chicago Out: WR Earl Bennett (chest), T Gabe Carimi (knee) Probable: S Chris Harris (hamstring), TE Matt Spaeth (calf), C Chris Spencer (hand), CB Charles Tillman (hip), DE Corey Wootton (hand) Detroit Out: S Erik Coleman (ankle), WR Rashied Davis (foot), T Jason Fox (foot) Questionable: CB Aaron Berry (groin), DT Nick Fairley (foot), DE […]

Wins and Losses Determine Success for the Browns in 2010

Wins and losses will determine success in Cleveland in 2010. At least that will be the criteria the media and fans base their evaluation of the Browns over the course of the coming season. While that seems fair, especially in sports, if we look a little closer, there might be better ways to gauge the […]

Week 1 Preview: Dallas at Cleveland

The Cleveland Browns and Dallas Cowboys tangle in what is the game of the week for the NFL for week one at Browns Stadium Sunday afternoon. Dallas is looking to make its mark and put its stamp on being the best team in the NFC, while the Browns want to take another step and overcome […]

Texans Hires Rhodes as Assistant to Defensive Backs

  The Texans signed Ray Rhodes on Monday as he becomes the new assistant to defensive backs coach. The Texans are in dire need of secondary improvement, and hiring Rhodes is invaluable. Rhodes has 27 years of NFL experience and from the looks of his Resume (49ers, Packers, 49ers, Eagles, Packers, Redskins, Broncos, Seahawks); he’s […]