More Warner to the Hall Discussion

Here is a brief article from the New York Times posted following the Super Bowl about Kurt Warner’s chances to make the Hall of Fame. Listen, I made my thoughts perfectly clear in the earlier post about Warner’s credentials but I’ll say this. For the people who said […]

Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner?

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 […]

The Marvelous Era Is Ending…

According to NFL Network’s Adam Schefter, Marvin Harrison’s days in Indianapolis are rapidly coming to an end as we approach the beginning of free agency. Harrison, who is 36, would make $13.4 million in 2009. With Reggie Wayne taking the mantle as Indy’s top receiver and Harrison’s production […]

Haynesworth Is On the Loose

Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth is reportedly going to test the free agent market. Haynesworth, who is in a bit of a legal problem, wants to become the league’s highest paid defensive player. With free agency set to begin on February 27, it’s likely that Haynesworth should […]

What’s the Story Morning Glory?

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is at a crossroads with Terrell Owens. Jones seemed to indicate at a press conference on Tuesday that Owens would return in ’09. However, this whole situation appears rather uneasy. Jerry Jones has one major problem holding him back potentially though: former Detroit Lion […]

Housh Set To Become A Free Agent

With the Bengals electing to franchise kicker Shayne Graham, they seem content to let T.J. Houshmandzadeh roll out of Cincinnati via free agency. It also appears that Chad Johnson’s days in Cincy are numbered as well. While it may a prudent move for the team to get rid […]