While the Patriots were busy working through the details of Tom Brady’s raise, Wes Welker is still waiting on a contract. This isn’t the first time Welker has had to sit and wait to see if the Patriots deem him worthy enough for a long term contract. He had to endure this last season, and […]
Here’s a brief synopsis of the Tim Tebow experience in New York: In March of 2011, Tebow was traded to the Jets and boy was he excited to be in New York. He reportedly believed that he could beat out Mark Sanchez for the starting job, but things began to head south pretty early for […]
It’s been a while since we’ve had a good anonymous rip job from someone in the NFL so guess we’re over due. The latest anonymous ripping of a player comes from a former Jacksonville Jaguar assistant. With “former” being the most important word of the prior sentence. According the former assistant, Blaine Gabbert was known […]
Lauren Silberman, the first ever female to tryout at a NFL regional combine, reportedly asked other kickers how to approach the ball for a kickoff
Lauren Silberman became the first female in history to tryout at a NFL regional combine on Sunday. And to put things mildly things didn’t go to well. Silberman could only muster two kickoffs totally 30 yards before retiring from the tryout with a quadriceps injury. Literally from the start, Silberman’s tryout seemed like more of […]
Tom Brady’s new contract extension has been debated ad nauseum. You already know how we feel about it, so there’s no reason to get into that again. But now that the world has realized that Brady didn’t really take less money, instead he got a raise, Peter King got Patriots owner Robert Kraft on the […]
Joe Linta, the campaigning agent for Joe Flacco, began his campaign to make Flacco the highest paid quarterback in the league a little more than a year ago. It started with Linta saying Flacco is a top 5 quarterback which made Flacco come out and state his belief that he is the best quarterback in […]
It’s become abundantly clear that NFL players don’t quite have an understanding of NFL rules. Free agency start on March 12 and until that date players can’t begin negotiating with any other team but their own. If players were to meet with other teams, it would be considered tampering. But that didn’t stop Vontae Leach […]
In a move that will create $15.9 million in cap space, the Atlanta Falcons have released veterans Michael Turner, John Abraham, and Dunta Robinson. Releasing Turner will save $6.4 million in cap space, releasing Abraham will save $5.75 million in cap space, and Robinson’s release saves $3.75 million.
Depending on whom you ask, the draft stock of Manti Te’o is either dropping like a rock or holding steady. Adam Schefter thinks Te’o won’t last past the first round. In contrast, Mark May: NFL Draft pundit thinks he’ll go mid to late second round at best.
Terrell Suggs is making the rounds saying controversial things. He joined “The Big Show” on WEEI and said he “guarantees the other 31 [NFL] teams hate the New England Patriots.” He then goes on and on about how players throughout the league tell stories of what’s wrong with the Patriots. Okay.