Saints Deuce McAllister To Retire

New Orleans Saints RB Deuce McAllister announced Tuesday that he is heading to retirement after 8 seasons in the NFL. McAllister was released by the Saints last February. His body began to breakdown after the second of two reconstructive knee surgeries in 2007, his mobility was severely limited and the franchise added younger, healthier backs […]

Did Norv Turner Deserve A Contract Extension?

Despite being bounced by the Jets in the Divisional Playoffs 17-14 after their bye week, the San Diego Chargers gave head coach, Norv Turner a 3-year contract extension. The Chargers finished the season 13-3 and won their third consecutive AFC West title, but have yet to make it to the Super Bowl under Turner’s direction. […]

Bill Cowher Dupes The Bills Into Hiring Chan Gailey

How do you nicely tell an organization that you’re not interested in their head coaching job? You politely offer up another candidate. The Buffalo Bills have hired former Dallas Cowboys and Georgia Tech coach Chan Gailey as their new coach, a team source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. he team announced it would hold […]

Not Only Was Vincent Jackson Handcuffed During Sunday’s Game, He Was Hancuffed Before The Game Too

You witnessed Darrelle Revis handcuff Vincent Jackson, and any other receiver that came to his side of the field, but what you didn’t get to witness is Jackson being handcuffed before the game. Just hours before the Chargers, Jets game on Sunday, police officers pulled Jackson over for “loud music”. And then the fun started. […]

New Details Emerge In The Marvin Harrison Gun Case

GQ brings us some shocking details about what may have really happened that day in Philly.  The day that resulted in a man being shot in broad daylight and Marvin Harrison was the primary suspect. It was a scene* to make anybody stop and watch. Broad daylight in North Philadelphia. April 29, 2008—a Tuesday. The […]

Chris Johnson Named AP Offensive Player Of The Year

That blur speeding away from opposing defenses and running off with The Associated Press 2009 NFL Offensive Player of the Year award is Chris Johnson. Considered the fastest man in pro football, Johnson was uncatchable in setting a league mark for yards from scrimmage (2,509) and becoming the sixth player with a 2,000-yard rushing season. […]

Del Rio Will Stay In Jacksonville, For Now

Despite numerous rumors suggesting Jaguars head coach, Jack Del Rio would leave for USC, it appears he will stay in Jacksonville. Del Rio met with owner Wayne Weaver this morning to obviously discuss moving forward after a disappointing 7-9 season. The Jaguars finished the season on a 4-game losing streak, in which the team underachieved […]

Charles Woodson Named AP Defensive Player Of The Year

Green Bay cornerback Charles Woodson has won The Associated Press 2009 NFL Defensive Player of the Year award. He doubled the number of votes for New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis in becoming the first Green Bay winner since Reggie White in 1998 and just the second Packer in the 36-year history of the award. […]

Report: Tom Cable To Be Informed That He Will Be Fired Today

Looks like Tom Cable is done as the Oakland Raiders’ head coach. All that seems left to do is explain to Cable all the reasons why he is being fired. Raiders coach Tom Cable, right, meets with owner Al Davis today to discuss all the reasons he’ll get fired, say people up and down the […]

Pete Carroll Is The Seahawks Target For Head Coach

The news that Jim Mora hasn’t even made its round and we have ESPN’s Chris Mortenson reporting that Pete Carroll could be taking the reins in Seattle. Pete Carroll is the guy Seahawks are targeting. It is expected to happen, according to sources. Here’s one question that could be asked to Carroll. WHY? Via Mort’s […]

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