While it sounds great on paper to keep him, the Eagles did what the Eagles normally do. Just ask Bobby Taylor, Jeremiah Trotter, Troy Vincent or Hugh Douglas. All of them helped propel Philly to a Super Bowl contender but when they couldn’t help the team get over the hump, it was time for them to move and the franchise acted accordingly.
Can we make this happen? Imagine how fun wedding videos would be! The divorce rate would likely skyrocket though in the long run from these things.
“My understanding at this point is they’re trying to trade me,” Cutler said. “We’ll see where I end up at. I liked it here, I liked playing with these guys but obviously they’re not going to let me have that opportunity.”
Free agency began with a bang yesterday. While Albert Haynesworth is a great player, he’s no Reggie White. The Minister of Defense was the free agent score of all-time.
Remember when Mike Singletary said the 49ers were going to put the “F” back in physical a few weeks back? In that same speech, he said that he would not name Shaun Hill as the team’s starter because it would breed competition by not making such a proclamation. […]
It has been action packed first day of free agency. However, a trade is one of the biggest news items of the day. Cleveland traded tight end Kellen Winslow to Tampa Bay for undisclosed draft picks. In other news, the Jets began to invade the Baltimore roster by […]
The Redskins began their plan for global domination by signing former Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth to a seven year, $100 million deal with $41 million guaranteed. It marks the first time in NFL history that a defensive player received a $100 million contract.
Last night marked a big day in New England Patriots history. Tom Brady reportedly tied the knot with girlfriend Gisele Bundchen in Los Angeles. In other Pats news, New England added Fred Taylor to its backfield. He’ll compete with Laurence Maroney and a host of others for playing […]
To the surprise of no one, the Redskins won the Albert Haynesworth Sweepstakes. In honor of such a gaudy, bombastic maneuver, we flash back to 1988 and the Redskin celebration as a part of winning Super Bowl XXII over Denver. WHERE’S RICKY SANDERS?!?
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