http://twitter.com/#!/sportsguy33/status/97071146834468864 Soon after the Eagles scored a victory on the first day of free agency by signing cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, ESPN/Grantland scribe Bill Simmons took to Twitter for the tweet above. To those unfamiliar with Simmons language, he is commonly known to provide reverse jinx tweets in hopes […]
Those sneaky Philadelphia Eagles. Michael Lombardi of NFL Network reports that the Philadelphia Eagles snuck in at the last minute to acquire former Raiders cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha. The deal is reportedly a five-year contract with the financial terms unavailable at the moment. Remember when the Eagles didn’t bring […]
As a Philadelphia Eagles fan, I’ve watched Kevin Kolb and can truthfully say that his seven-game stretch as a starter taught me one valuable lesson: Andy Reid is one hell of a salesman. The Arizona Cardinals decided to give Kolb a five-year, $63 million contract with $20 million […]
The New England Patriots concluded a busy day of activity by reportedly landing former Cincinnati Bengal and diva receiver supreme Chad Ochocinco through a trade on Thursday for two draft picks in 2012 and 2013. He arrives to New England after a tough pair of seasons to close […]
Another casualty of the lockout is the “Things You Should Be Doing During The NFL Lockout” series, which met its demise on Monday. We had joy, we had fun, we had seasons in the sun.
The Kevin Kolb to Arizona deal isn’t done yet. However, this screen grab shows that someone associated with the Eagles believes it is only a matter of time before Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is wearing green. The long-rumored deal would give the Eagles a solid cornerback opposite Asante Samuel while […]
The Redskins and Vikings have tentatively reached an agreement to send Donovan McNabb to Minnesota for a sixth round pick in 2012 and a conditional sixth round pick in 2013. The most important concept of the deal is McNabb’s contract, which is not friendly to Minnesota’s cap situation. […]
We interrupt NFL chatter to bring you the single worst call of the sporting year. The Atlanta Braves defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3 in 19 innings early Wednesday morning after home plate umpire Jerry Meals called Julio Lugo safe at home plate to end a contest that lasted […]
How much did fans miss the NFL? According to this Google snapshot taken on Tuesday night, the NFL’s first day of business for the upcoming season led to one of the day’s most stunning moments.
The Cincinnati Bengals were very direct and to the point earlier today when discussing quarterback Carson Palmer during the NFL’s first post-lockout day of the 2011 season. Bengals owner Mike Brown stated he has no desire to honor Palmer’s desire to be traded and at this stage considers […]