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.
Evidently, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are attempting to clear the decks for free agency. Today, they released five players including linebacker Derrick Brooks, who was a vital cog in the franchise’s lone Super Bowl victory during the 2002 season.
The Colts released Marvin Harrison on Tuesday. However, if you’ve read this blog at all, you knew this would happen. It will be interesting to see if he lands anywhere once free agency begins on February 27. The Marvelous One isn’t exactly a marvelous teammate since he typically […]
According to the Houston Chronicle, Albert Haynesworth is set to sign with the Washington Redskins once the free agency period begins on February 27. The deal could be worth $15 or $16 million per season and likely to get the past $100 million marker in the deal.
Kurt Warner told the Arizona Republic over the weekend that he is likely to return to action next season. Helping bring Warner to his senses potentially is a contract in the neighborhood of $10 to $12 million, which would make him one of the highest paid quarterbacks in […]
Permission requested for release by Marvin Harrison. Permission granted say the Colts. After 13 glorious seasons, the Marvelous One has played his last game as a Colt boys and girls. The team will make it official on either Tuesday or Wednesday, according to the NFL Network.
Reportedly, the Colts asked Marvin Harrison to take a pay cut. He rebuffed such an offer and evidently asked for his release in the process. Marvelous is on borrowed time.
See, this is the problem with having Terrell Owens on your roster. Even if Jerry Jones really wants to keep him, he has to deal with all of the rumors that suggest the contrary.
While speaking to the West End House Boys and Girls Club in Allston, Massachusetts, Tom Brady proclaimed himself ready to roll for the 2009 season opener. The three time Super Bowl winner was on hand to donate 1,000 laptop computers to the One Laptop Per Child program and […]
At a team function on Monday night, 49ers head coach Mike Singletary promised Niner fans that team would be “physical with an F.” Not sure what that means, but I’m guessing it means he plans on his players bringing the pain every gameday. He also had some interesting […]