Category: News and Notes

Cutler Is A Bear

The Jay Cutler era in Denver is kaput. Chicago delivered quarterback Kyle Orton, two first round picks (’09 & ’10) and a 2009 third round pick to the Broncos in exchange for Cutler and a fifth round pick in April’s draft. What does this do for the Bears? […]

Its Been A Brady Kind of Week

Once March Madness fades to black, the NFL will take center stage as we close in on April’s draft. However, this week has been full of Pats talk or Brady discussion specifically. On Tuesday it was revealed that Tom Brady enjoyed marrying Gisele Bundchen so much last month […]

Holt Released By Rams

St. Louis cut 10-year veteran Torry Holt on Friday. After compiling over 12,000 yards receiving and 74 touchdowns during his time with the Rams, the 32-year-old will seek to find employment elsewhere. With a set of creaky knees, Holt must be able to prove that he can still […]

So, This Whole T.O. To Buffalo Thing

Yesterday, the Bills agreed to a one-year, $6.5 million contract with Terrell Owens, in a move that has some scratching their heads. From a football standpoint, the move makes sense for Buffalo. Owens provides some punch to a Bills offense that offers little in explosiveness. Granted, Owens’ skills […]

T.O. Is No More.

The Cowboys ended the Terrell Owens era Wednesday night  by releasing the star receiver, according to ESPN. Wednesday’s headlines went to Kurt Warner’s return to the desert and Ray Lewis signing a deal to stay in Baltimore. Get ready for the barrage of Owens related stuff Thursday.

King of the Cassel

“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.”

Warner’s Agent Talks To 49ers

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. […]