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Wednesday November 24th, 2010
Titans quarterback apologizes to head coach.
Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young sent a text on Wednesday apologizing to head coach Jeff Fisher. Young and Fisher had a verbal exchange following the Titans loss on Sunday. The loss for the Titans was their third straight and sent them to 5-5. Then on Tuesday, Young was asked to leave the team’s practice facility, as Fisher said “he was not welcome. Fisher was not pleased about Young sending the text, saying he preferred to hear the apology in person.

Wednesday November 24th, 2010
Patriots quarterback questionable for Thanksgiving game.
The New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady continues to be questionable for Thursday’s game against the Lions. Brady did not participate in Tuesday’s practice after hurting his foot, and also his shoulder in recent games. The Patriots have won two straight games over Pittsburgh and Indianapolis. New England, along with the Jets and Falcons have the best records in all of the NFL. In the win over the Colts, Brady threw for just under 200 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Wednesday November 24th, 2010
Redskins to place Portis on IR.
Mike Shanahan and the Washington Redskins are set to place running back Clinton Portis on the injured reserve list. Portis has a torn muscle in his lower abdomen. Portis has been banged up all season, after first hurting a muscle in his left groin. After that injury, Portis only carried the ball five times. In his place for the Redskins will be Keliand Williams. Along with Williams, running backs James Davis, Andre Brown and Ryan Torain also will get looks behind the quarterback. The Redskins head into Sunday’s action with a 5-5 record.

Wednesday November 24th, 2010
Saints hope Bush can play on Thanksgiving.
Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints are optimistic that running back Reggie Bush will play on Thursday. The defending Super Bowl Champions play an afternoon game against the struggling Dallas Cowboys. Coming into the game, the Saints are 7-3, second place in the NFC South. Bush has missed eight straight games after fracturing his right fibula. For the last couple weeks Bush has been practicing on a limited basis. If Bush does not play, the Saints expect to see Heath Evans with the ball more. Chris Ivory and Julius Jones appear to be the feature backs for the Saints.

Wednesday November 24th, 2010
Samuel fined for helmet contact.
The Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel was fined $40,000 on Wednesday by league officials. In the win over the Giants, Samuel made helmet to helmet contact with Derek Hagan. The call drew an unnecessary roughness call during the action. Samuel has not been known as a rough defender or a dirty tackler. Samuel leads the league with seven interceptions, and on his career he has 42. The Eagles are 7-3 and at the top of the NFC East. Philadelphia will head to Chicago on Sunday to battle the Bears.

Wednesday November 17th, 2010
Saints expect Bush to play on Sunday.
The New Orleans Saints look to have their running back in action on Sunday. Reggie Bush, who missed the last seven games with a broken fibula is expected to play against Seattle on Sunday. Bush has caught nine passes for 63 yards and a touchdown, and also ran the ball 7 times for 18 yards on the season. The Saints, at 6-3, are in second place in the NFC South.

Wednesday November 17th, 2010
Houston quarterback misses practice on Wednesday.
The Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub missed Wednesday’s practice with a bursa sac injury in his right knee. Schaub hopes to return to practice on Thursday, but at this point his status is uncertain. Schaub started every game last season, and has yet to miss a game in 2010. During the 2007 season and 2008 season, the Houston quarterback missed five games. Schaub ranks fifth in the AFC in completion percentage. The Texans are 4-5, and at the bottom of the AFC South.

Wednesday November 17th, 2010
Steelers welcome Ward back to practice.
The Pittsburgh Steelers welcomed top wide receiver Hines Ward back to practice on Wednesday. Ward cleared all of his post-concussion tests and practiced in full pads. Ward’s streak of catching a pass in 186 straight games ended when he suffered the concussion against New England last week. Pittsburgh heads into Week 11, with a 6-3 record; tied with Baltimore atop the AFC North.

Wednesday November 17th, 2010
Gates questionable for game against Denver.
The San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates has been deemed questionable for Monday Night’s game against the Denver Broncos. Gates was held out of Wednesday’s practice due to his torn plantar fascia in his right foot. Gates did not play in the November 7th win over the Texans. He leads the team with nine touchdown receptions on the season. The Chargers go into their game against the Broncos with a 4-5 record; third place in the AFC West.

Wednesday November 17th, 2010
DeAngelo Williams out for remainder of season.
The nightmare season for the Carolina Panthers got worse on Wednesday when they found out running back DeAngelo Williams would miss the rest of the season. Williams has a sprained foot and has missed the last three games. Head coach John Fox explained that Williams would not be ready in the next couple weeks, and his roster spot was needed. Williams finished the season with just one touchdown run.

Wednesday October 27th, 2010
Reggie Bush will not play Sunday.
The New Orleans Saints announced that running back Reggie Bush would not play in Sunday’s tilt against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Bush fractured his right fibula in week two, and has been out since that time. Recently, the former USC star has participated in practices. The Saints and Steelers will be one of the key games in week eight. New Orleans has started the season wit ha 4-3 record, while the Steelers have won five of their first six games.

Wednesday October 27th, 2010
Favre still not ready to sit on Sunday.
Despite breaking a couple bones in his foot and walking around in a walking boot, Minnesota quarterback Brett Favre has not ruled out the idea of playing Sunday against the New England Patriots. Favre has the NFL career record for most consecutive starts, with 291, 315 counting the postseason. Favre struggled in the loss to Green Bay throwing several interceptions, including one that was returned for a touchdown. Favre limped in the final drive, over throwing receiver Randy Moss in the back of the end zone on his final pass. The Vikings have started the season 2-4.

Wednesday October 27th, 2010
From one Smith to another for San Francisco.
The San Francisco 49ers in a game they need to win will turn to former Ohio State quarterback Troy Smith. Starting quarterback Alex Smith was announced as being out with a separated shoulder. The 49ers will play in London against the Denver Broncos, who are also struggling mightily. Troy Smith spent the last three seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, where he started just two games. The 49ers have a bye following this game, therefore Alex Smith may be able to return in week 10 against St. Louis.

Wednesday October 27th, 2010
Indianapolis will be without another target for Manning.
Peyton Manning will be without another one of his top targets on Sunday. Dallas Clark was first announced out for the Colts for the remainder of the season. Now emerging star Wide Receiver Austin Collie will not play in the game Monday Night against the Houston Texans. Collie leads the team with six touchdown receptions. The Colts and Texans are both tied in second place; ½ game behind the Tennessee Titans in the AFC South. The Texans won the first match; in week one; 34-24.

Wednesday October 27th, 2010
Bradford found wearing Missouri jersey.
Former Oklahoma Sooner quarterback Sam Bradford was seen Wednesday donning a Missouri Tigers jersey. After losing to Tampa Bay in the final minutes, things got worse for the former Sooner as he paid off his part of the bet with receiver Danario Alexendar, who played for Missouri. Bradford and the Rams have started the season 3-4 and will host the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.

Wednesday October 20th, 2010
Dallas Clark declared out indefinitely.
The Indianapolis Colts tight end Dallas Clark has been declared out indefinitely. Clark hurt his hand and wrist in the win over the Washington Redskins. Clark has caught 37 passes for 347 yards and 3 touchdowns on the season. Being Peyton Manning’s go to guy in redzone situations, Clark has caught 393 career passes; with 44 of them going for touchdowns. The Colts are heading into their bye week, and then when they return they will take on the Houston Texans. The Colts and Texans are tied with the Titans atop the AFC South.

Wednesday October 20th, 2010
Kolb set to make third straight start.
The Philadelphia Eagles are set to make Kevin Kolb their starting quarterback for the third straight week. Kolb took over for Michael Vick, after he suffered an injury in the Eagles win over Washington on October 3rd. In both of Kolb’s starts, Philadelphia won. Kolb was named the offensive player of the week in last weeks win over Atlanta. He threw for 326 yards and 3 touchdowns. Philadelphia will take on the Tennessee Titans this weekend.

Wednesday October 20th, 2010
Young’s status for Sunday is undecided.
After getting hurt in the Monday Night Football win over divisional rival Jacksonville, Vince Young is unsure whether he will play Sunday against Philadelphia or not. Young has been walking with a limp this week, and his ability to run has been hampered. Test showed that Young had a mild sprain in his knee and also a sprained ankle. Kerry Collins, who replaced Young did not practice Wednesday, as he hurt his middle finger on his right hand in the win.

Wednesday October 20th, 2010
Ed Reed set to make season debut for Baltimore.
The Baltimore Ravens are excited for the return of their former pro bowl safety Ed Reed. Reed was placed on the physically unable to perform list in September recovering from hip surgery. Reed expects to return to the field, after practicing this week. Reed has spent eight seasons in the NFL, going to the Pro Bowl six times. Reed has 46 career interceptions, with 13 of them for touchdowns. The Ravens, who trail Pittsburgh in the AFC North, will host the winless Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

Wednesday October 20th, 2010
Pittsburgh’s Harrison pondering retirement.
Pittsburgh Steelers pro bowl linebacker James Harrison was excused from practice on Wednesday as he was “seriously considering” retirement. Harrison was fined $75,000 after Sunday’s game for a hit on a Cleveland receiver. According to Harrison’s agent, his pondering of leaving the game is “very serious”, as he feels he made a legal hit on a receiver. He also claimed that Harrison is “very confused” with how to play the game of football. Harrison was named the 2008 defensive player of the year in the NFL.

Wednesday October 13th, 2010
Packers tight end to miss 8 – 10 weeks.
The Green Bay Packers got bad news on Wednesday when they found out the status of tight end Jermichael Finley. After hurting his knee in the Packers loss in overtime, Finley initially was expected to miss 2-3 weeks. The doctors announced Wednesday he could miss upwards of 8-10 weeks with the knee injury. Finley has 21 receptions and 301 yards on the season. Also for Green Bay, linebacker Nick Barnett may miss the rest of the season after having surgery. Green Bay will take on the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

Wednesday October 13th, 2010
Favre questionable for battle with Dallas.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre may see his consecutive start streak come to an end on Sunday. After hurting his elbow in Monday’s loss to the Jets, Favre has stated it has felt no better during the week. Favre has started in 208 straight NFL games. The 41 year old quarterback did not practice on Wednesday and expects to sit on Thursday as well. The Vikings will take on the Cowboys in a battle between two under achieving teams that have started 1-3 on the season.

Wednesday October 13th 2010
Bears plan to start Cutler against Seahawks.
The Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith announced that Jay Cutler will be the starting quarterback for the Chicago Bears on Sunday. After missing the week five game against Carolina, Cutler apparently has recovered from his concussion. While he was out, Todd Collins threw four interceptions against the Panthers. Despite horrible passing, the Bears won the game over Carolina and moved to 4-1 on the season. Cutler, after a struggle during 2009 has been better for the NFC North leading Bears.

Wednesday October 13th, 2010
Vick may be available in Sunday’s game.
The Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid has said his starting quarterback Michael Vick may be available to play in Sunday’s game against his former team – the Atlanta Falcons. Kevin Kolb took the place of Vick last week, after suffering a rib injury in the game during week four. Kolb started the season, but Vick started the next three games. The Eagles have started the season winning three of their first five games.

Wednesday October 13th, 2010
Roethlisberger excited for his return to action.
Ben Roethlisberger will make the start behind center for the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. Coming off a four game suspension for violating the league personal conduct policy, Roethlisberger has stated he is “very excited” for his return to the field. The Steelers have started the season 3-1 on the season behind Dennis Dixon and Charlie Batch at quarterback. Last season, Big Ben threw for 4,328 yards and 26 touchdowns, along with 12 interceptions. He was voted as an alternate to the Pro Bowl.

Wednesday October 6th, 2010
Moss traded from New England to Minnesota
The much maligned Randy Moss has been traded again. This time, the Minnesota Vikings are the recipient of a disgruntled Moss. Moss, who was drafted by Minnesota, spent some time in Minneapolis, before heading to Oakland, and the reviving his career in New England. An apparent spat with Bill O’Brien, the New England quarterback coach was the last straw for New England. After the week one win, Moss stated he felt it would be the last season for him in New England. On the season, Moss has caught just nine passes for 139 yards and 3 touchdowns. His first game for the Vikings will be on Monday Night Football, against the Vikings. That will be his second MNF game against the Jets this season.

Wednesday October 6th, 2010
Revis back at practice for the Jets.
Darrelle Revis was one of three key names back in practice for the Jets on Wednesday. Revis, who left the week two game with New England early, has missed the last two games for the Jets. The team is optimistic about him playing Monday Night against Minnesota. Also in practice was Santonio Holmes, who was suspended the first four games of the season. Holmes will not start on Monday Night, but the Jets do expect to see him play. Lastly, Calvin Pace, an outside linebacker was back in practice after injuring his foot.

Wednesday October 6th, 2010
Seattle gets Marshawn Lynch.
Seattle picked up former Buffalo Bills running back Marshawn Lynch on Wednesday. To make room for Lynch, Pete Carroll and the Seahawks released former starter Julius Jones. In the final game for Jones he carried the ball 12 times for 30 yards. For Buffalo, the trade of Lynch makes room for C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson to get more carries. Buffalo will receive a 2011 fourth round pick and a 2012 conditional pick. Seattle is 2-2 on the season, while the Bills have lost all four of their games.

Tuesday October 5th, 2010
Miami’s special teams coach fired.
Just a day after the embarrassment on Monday Night Football, the Miami Dolphins fired special teams coach John Bonamego. Assistant special teams coach Darren Rizzi will replace him for the remainder of the season. Bonamego was in his 12th season in the NFL, and had been with Miami since 2008. The final straw for Bonamego was a night when Miami allowed two blocked punts and a punt return for a touchdown in a 41-14 loss to the Patriots.

Tuesday October 5th, 2010
Roesthlisberger will start in week six game.
After waiting four weeks, Pittsburgh will welcome starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger back. Head coach Mike Tomlin stated Roethlisberger will start the week six game against Cleveland. The Steelers won three of their first four games this season, all without the services of Roethlisberger. He was suspended six games initially, but had the suspension reduced by two games.

Thursday July 1st, 2010
Chargers’ Jackson suspended.
The NFL suspended San Diego Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson for three games on Thursday. Jackson violated league personal conduct rules, when he pleaded guilty to driving under the influence for the second time. Team officials are unsure whether Jacksn will appeal his suspension or not. It may not matter for San Diego, as there was question whether he would show up to training camp or not, after not signing a long-term contract. Jackson caught nine touchdowns last year for the Chargers.

Thursday July 1st, 2010
Bengals’ Benson charged with assault.
Cincinnati Bengals running back Cedric Benson was arrested this week and charged with a misdemeanor assault for punching an employee in the face. Benson was booked in county jail and posted $5,000 bail, and was released. In 2008, Benson was arrested twice in one month with alcohol charges. The first round pick of Chicago in 2005, signed as a free agent with Cincinnati and had a career high 1,251 yards with 6 touchdowns last season.

Thursday July 1st, 2010
Former quarterback sees family tragedy.
Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Randall Cunningham saw his two year old son die on Wednesday in a backyard hot tub accident. Cunningham, who is 47 years old, and an ordained minister played 16 years in the NFL, also was a star at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He retired in 2002, and leads the NFL in rushing as quarterback with 4,928 yards.

Thursday July 1st, 2010
Titans backup quarterback arrested.
Tennessee Titans backup quarterback Chris Simms was arrested Thursday morning in New York City on charges of driving while on drugs. The 29 year old quarterback was stopped around 1:30am, and the police say his speech was slurred and his eyes were red. Simms has started 16 games as a NFL quarterback. He came over to Tennessee, after spending last season in Denver. He was signed as an unrestricted free agent. His father is Phil Simms, an announcer for CBS Sports.

Monday June 28th, 2010
St. Louis signs 8 of their draft picks, but not Bradford.
The St. Louis Rams signed 8 of their 2010 draft picks, but still have yet to ink the # 1Pick in the entire draft – Sam Bradford. Bradford, the former quarterback of the Oklahoma Sooners is one of three remaining draft picks yet to be signed. Those thatwere signed include: Mardy Gilyard, Josh Hull, Jerome Murphy, Marquis Johnson,Hall Davis, Eugene Sims, George Selvie and Michael Hoomanawanui. Along with Bradford, the other two Rams draft choices that hasn’t signed are: Rodger Saffoldand Fendi Onobun.

Monday June 28th, 2010
Gailey still not naming starting quarterback.
Buffalo Bills head coach Chan Gailey says he has no plans to announce his # 1 quarterback anytime soon. Gailey says he will wait until the start of training camp before he even gives in another thought. The Bills have three choices to select from, including Trent Edwards, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Brian Brohm. Gailey says all three choices have a shot to be # 1.

Monday June 28th, 2010
Giants rookie hurt in car crash.
New York Giants rookie safety was involved in a car crash over the weekend. The rookie injured his left foot in the accident. Chad Jones, a former football and baseball player at LSU was in a one car accident in his SUV late Friday night. Authorities are still investigating the accident, but they have said they do not feel alcohol was involved with the accident.

Sunday June 27th, 2010
Minnesota looking to extend tight end
Minnesota Vikings tight end Visanthe Shiancoe has met with the team recently about the opportunity to extend his current contract. Shiancoe still has two years left on his current contract. He originally signed in 2007. The Vikings tight end would become one of the top five paid in his position, with the likes of Kellen Winslow and Jeremy Shockey. That would put him near $5 - $7 million per year

Sunday June 27th, 2010
Pittsburgh offensive tackle injured
The Pittsburgh Steelers offensive tackle Willie Colon has injured his achilles tendon and will likely miss some time. As if the Steelers needed another blow to an offense that will be using a back-up quarterback for the first part of the season. Colon was a fourth round pick by the Steelers in the 2006 draft. He attended college at Hofstra. The 6’3, 315lbs beast has started in front of the Steelers offense for the last couple years. Colon was part of the Super Bowl winning team in 2009.

Saturday June 19th, 2010
Oakland signs Seymour via franchise tag.
The Oakland Raiders signed defensive lineman Richard Seymour to a $12.4 million extension on Saturday. Oakland used their franchise tag status on him, allowing no other teams to negotiate a deal with him. Oakland grabbed Seymour from the Patriots just before the start of the 2009 season. It took a first round draft pick in 2011 to garner Seymour. Seymour has ten years of NFL experience after playing at the University of Georgia. The 6’6, 310lbs DL has 404 total tackles in his career.

Saturday June 19th, 2010
Goddell says preseason games could be cut down.
The National Football League Commissioner Roger Goddell stated on Saturday that he felt playing four preseason games was unnecessary and backed the movement to expand the season to 18 regular season games. The NFL and union representatives have discussed adding two games, to the regular season and dropping two from the pre-season, keeping the total games at 20. The current NFL collective bargaining agreement ends in March of 2011, which could lead to a work stoppage among the NFL.

Saturday June 19th, 2010
Titans top draft pick facing charges.
The Tennessee Titans top pick in the most recent draft faces charges of driving with a suspended license and also speeding on an interstate. Derrick Morgan was driving 91 miles per hour in a 70mph zone earlier this week in Gordon County, Georgia. Morgan was also charged with driving on a suspended license, which put him in jail. The defensive end was released on a $2,000 bond, and is scheduled to be in court on July 26th. Morgan attended Georgia Tech, and then was the 16th overall pick in the
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Friday June 18th, 2010
Final day of 49ers training camp canceled.
Head Coach Mike Singletary canceled the final two practices for the 2010 minicamp that were scheduled to take place on Saturday. Singletary is expected to attend several functions in the Chicago area over the weekend, including a speaking engagement on Fathers Day. The 49ers had spent their training camp in Santa Clara, California and Coach Singletary and much of his staff have said the team has had “an excellent start”.

Friday June 18th, 2010
Saints sign Wide Receiver to extension
The New Orleans Saints, who won the 2010 Super Bowl, signed wide receiver Lance Moore. Moore had had stated a few times he was looking for a longer deal, but he finally broke down and signed a one year - $1.76 million contract. Moore was the leading receiver for New Orleans in 2008, catching 79 passes and scoring 10 touchdowns. In 2009, Moore missed some action with a hamstring injury, but was healthy in time for the Super Bowl, where he made five catches for 32 yards.

Haynesworth demands trade; teams rips him.
Albert Haynesworth has recently skipped his team’s minicamp drills, and is demanding a trade from the Washington Redskins. The two time All-Pro defensive tackle is not happy with the new defensive scheme head coach Mike Shanahan is putting in place. Shanahan stated he offered to release Haynesworth and letting him sign with a new team, instead of paying him a mega bonus that was due in April. Haynesworth is in the middle of a 7-year, $100 million contract.

Johnson and Titans still no agreement.
Chris Johnson and the Tennessee Titans still have yet to reach an agreement regarding the running back’s contract. Johnson was named the Associated Press offensive player of the year during the 2009 season. The running back was just the sixth player to run for at least 2,000 years in NFL history. Johnson has been asking for a new contract, especially since his current contract pays him just $550,000 for the 2010 season. Johnson did show up in Nashville for the first time since the end of the football season this week, but expressed him frustration not just in person, but also through social media outlets; Twitter.

Hixon out for the season for Giants.
New York Giants wide receiver and also return specialist Domenik Hixon has been ruled out for the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. Hixon has been played in the NFL for five years, and become a key part of the Giants offense. A combination of Sinorice Moss, Antrel Rolle and Aaron Ross will look to take his place, at least on the punt return coverage.

Bears quarterback passes on Terrell Owens.
The Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was asked this week about adding Terrell Owens to the lineup for the 2010 season. The quarterback did not give a definitive answer, but did “stick with his current core of receivers”.  The speculation started with Owens was spotted hanging out with Cutler at a local Chicago nightclub. Owens, is 36 years old, and in search of a new team. Last season in Buffalo, Owens caught 55 passes for the Bears. The current Chicago receivers include Devin Aromashodu and Juaquin Iglesias. Chicago will be playing under a new offensive coordinator, Mike Martz for the 2010 season.

Brett Favre has successful ankle surgery.
Longtime quarterback Brett Favre, according to doctors had successful surgery on his ankle and will begin rehabilitation. Dr. James Andrews was the head physician for his left ankle. Favre is expected to take a few more weeks before deciding his future in the National Football League. Favre will turn 41 years old in October, and recently became a grandfather for the first time. The Minnesota Vikings will pay him $13 if he elects to play during the 2010 season.

Wednesday January 13th, 2010
Chris Johnson named Associated Press Offensive player of the Year.
Chris Johnson, the Tennessee Titans running back was named the Associated Press Offensive player of the Year. Johnson, who is considered the fastest player in the NFL, set a league record for years from scrimmage, with 2,509 yards. He is the first player to finish with at least 2000 yards rushing and 500 receiving yards. Johnson easily beat out New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees for the award. Last season, Matt Ryan beat out Johnson for the 2008 Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Wednesday January 13th, 2010
Kansas City hires Crennel as defensive coordinator.
Romeo Crennel was hired as the new defensive coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs. Crennel will join Charlie Weis; as the new offensive coordinator. Those two worked together in New England, when the Patriots won three super bowls. Crennel was fired by Cleveland with a 24-40 record overall, including 4-12 in 2008.

Wednesday January 13th, 2010
Seau retires for fourth time.
NFL great Junior Seau announced his retirement for the fourth time in four years on Wednesday. Seau says this time it is for real. Seau played in eight games for New England this season, making 15 tackles. Seau’s first retirement came in August of 2006 after 16 years with San Diego and Miami. He then signed with the New England Patriots, and played with them for four seasons.

Tuesday January 12th, 2010
Seattle hires Pete Carroll as new head coach.
The Seattle Seahawks have hired former University of Southern California head coach Pete Carroll as their new head football coach. Carroll spent time with USC since being fired by the New England Patriots in 1999. Carroll went 97-19 with two national championships and seven straight Pac-Ten titles.

Tuesday January 12th, 2010
Washington hires Haslett to coach defense.
Jim Haslett was hired on Tuesday as the new defensive coordinator of the Washington Redskins. Haslett was the head coach of the New Orleans Saints from 2000-2005, and then was interim coach for St. Louis in 2008. Haslett spent last season as the head coach of the Florida Tuskers, of the United Football League. Haslett will work along side with new head coach Mike Shanahan.

Wednesday January 6, 2010
Redskins announce new head coach.
The Washington Redskins, just days after firing head coach Jim Zorn, have announced the hiring of Mike Shanahan. Shanahan, the former Denver Broncos coach agreed to a five year $35 million contract on Wednesday. Shanahan won two super bowl titles with Denver in the 90’s. Mike’s first coaching move was hiring his son, Kyle Shanahan, as the offensive coordinator. Kyle worked for the Houston Texans before the hire.

Wednesday January 6, 2010
Boldin misses practice for Arizona.
Arizona wide receiver Anquan Boldin missed practice Wednesday due to a sprained left ankle. The receiver hurt his ankle in the 33-7 loss to the Green Bay Packers last weekend. The Cardinals are 5-1 without Boldin in the last two years, including a 33-13 win at Carolina last season. Arizona and Green Bay will meet up once again this weekend, in the first round of the play-offs. Arizona is looking to repeat as NFC Champions.

Wednesday January 6, 2010
Patriots officially place Welker on IR
The 2009-2010 season officially ended for Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker on Wednesday. The New England Patriots placed Welker on the IR with a knee injury. Welker has the Patriots leading receiver with 123 catches. Julian Edelman will take the place of Welker for New England in their first round playoff game. The Patriots and Baltimore Ravens will meet in a re-match, of an early bout in which New England won.

Tuesday January 5, 2010
Brady wins comeback player of the year.
The New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady received the comeback player of the year award on Tuesday. After hurting his knee in the first game of the 2008 season, Brady came back with a strong 2009 season. Brady led the Patriots to a 10-6 record, an AFC East title, a playoff appearance by throwing for over 4,300 yards and 28 touchdowns. Titans quarterback Vince Young, along with Brett Favre, Cedric Benson and Carson Palmer also received votes for the award.

Tuesday January 5, 2010
Steelers fire offensive line coach.
The Pittsburgh Steelers fired offensive line coach Larry Zierlein. Since Mike Tomlin took over as the head coach in 2007, Zierlein is the first assistant coach to be fired. Zierlein has previously coached with the Cleveland Browns, Buffalo Bills, and at five Universities. The offensive line, under Zierlein had problems all season, allowing quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to be sacked 50 times this season. The Steelers failed to reach the postseason after winning the Super Bowl last year.

Wednesday November 18th, 2009
Ravens’ Suggs to miss first career game.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs will miss Sunday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts because of an injured knee. Suggs sprained a ligament in his right knee on an illegal chop block by Browns quarterback Brady Quinn. Suggs, a three time pro-bowler will miss his first game in seven years. The streak reached 105. Suggs could be out as long as three weeks. Suggs will be replaced by Paul Kruger.

Wednesday November 18th, 2009
Broncos’ Orton sits out of practice.
Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton sat out of practice on Wednesday, and the team has been building their offensive game plan around back-up Chris Simms. Orton left last weekend’s game with a left ankle injury. Simms has started games before, but not since, what he is best known for - having his spleen removed after taking a beating in a loss to the Panthers in 2006. The Broncos have lost three in a row, and are tied with San Diego atop the AFC West.

Wednesday November 18th, 2009
Panthers’ Williams, Stewart both questionable.
The Carolina Panthers had a short turn around after their win over Atlanta on Sunday. The Panthers will host the Miami Dolphins on Thursday evening, in an effort for both teams, to get back to .500. The Panthers top running backs DeAngelo Williams and Johnathan Stewart are both listed as questionable for the game. Williams has been nursing a sore left knee, while Stewart has been struggling with a sore Achillies’ tendon.

Tuesday November 17th, 2009
Browns would give LeBron a shot.
The Cleveland Browns have stated they are open to bringing LeBron James into their locker room for a Sunday affair. James’ stated he felt he could help the team out. Some of the Browns players have mixed emotions, as Sean Rodgers called him a great athlete, but not a great football player. Head coach Eric Mangini has stated he would love to have him as a target for quarterback Brady Quinn.

Tuesday November 17th, 2009
Cedric Benson did not practice on Wednesday.
Cincinnati Bengals running back Cedric Benson sat out of Wednesday’s practice with an injury to his hip. Benson has been listed questionable for Sunday’s game with a hip abductor strain. Benson on the season has led the Bengals to a 7-2 record, by rushing for 859 yards and 6 touchdowns. The Bengals play in Oakland, against the 2-7 Raiders on Sunday.

Wednesday November 11th, 2009
Cleveland chooses Brady Quinn for week ten.
Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini named Brady Quinn his starting quarterback for Monday Night’s game against Baltimore. Quinn started the season, but was benched just 10 quarters into the season and replaced by Derek Anderson. Anderson has won one of five games as a starter this season, and has posted a quarterback rating of just 36.2. Quinn is 1-5 in 6 career NFL starts.

Wednesday November 11th, 2009
Terrell Owens named questionable for week ten.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Terrell Owens missed practice on Wednesday due to an injured hip. Owens has been declared questionable for the Bills affair at Tennessee on Sunday. Owens has been disappointing this season, since coming over from Dallas. Terrell Owens has caught just 23 passes for 281 yards and just 1 receiving touchdown for the Bills. Buffalo has started the season 3-5 on the year, last place in the AFC East.

Wednesday November 11th, 2009
Panthers’ Williams misses practice.
The Carolina Panthers top offensive threat DeAngelo Williams has missed practices this week due to a sore knee. The running back tweaked his knee in the loss to New Orleans, and head coach John Fox has said that he will get his knee re-evaluated. Back-up quarterback Johnathan Stewart, defensive end Julius Peppers and tight end Donte Rosario all either missed portions of practice, or were limited in practices as well. Carolina will host the Atlanta Falcons this Sunday. The Panthers are 3-5 to start the season.

Tuesday November 10th, 2009
Stafford practices, but not 100 percent.
The Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford continued to receiver treatments on his knee injury Tuesday following practice. Jim Schwartz, the head coach of the Lions noted that Stafford is not 100%, but will continue to be the team’s starter. Stafford has not thrown the ball well in his last several games, including a poor performance against Seattle.

Tuesday November 10th, 2009
Browns’ Barton done for the season.
The Cleveland Browns have lost their leading tackler for the second time this season. Eric Barton was placed on injured reserve on Tuesday with an undisclosed injury. D’Qwell Jackson suffered a season ending injury earlier in the season. Barton, who was brought over with head coach Eric Mangini started all eight games this season, but left in the first half of the November 1st loss to the Chicago Bears.

Wednesday October 14, 2009
Colts’ Manning says left knee “just fine”.
The Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning says his sore left knee is not an issue. The three time MVP got treatment on his knee Sunday, but was cleared to practice on Wednesday. Manning said he hurt his knee on a play in which Tennessee defender Kyle Vanden Bosch was called for roughing the passer. Manning has led the Colts to a fast 5-0 start. Indianapolis also got good news when they found out safety Bob Sanders was able to practice this week, after being held out last week.

Wednesday October 14, 2009
Indianapolis kicker Vinatieri to miss 4-8 weeks.
The Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri will miss at least four weeks, and possibly up to eight weeks. Vinatieri had arthroscopic surgery to remove a piece of cartilage in his right knee. Indianapolis signed veteran kicker Matt Stover and released defensive tackle Ed Johnson.

Wednesday October 14, 2009
Crabtree to make debut with San Francisco October 25th.
Michael Crabtree, star receiver out of Texas Tech University will make his first appearance with the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday October 25th. Crabtree, who signed just last week has been making great progress with the team. The 49ers have gotten off to a 3-2 start behind quarterback Shaun Hill.

Tuesday October 13, 2009
Cleveland claims they are “not shopping Quinn”.
The Cleveland Browns said they are not shopping quarterback Brady Quinn, despite several reports claiming they are doing so. Quinn started the first 2.5 games this season and then was benched by head coach Eric Mangini. Cleveland has already traded tight end Kellen Winslow in the off-season, and most recently top receiver Braylon Edwards.

Tuesday October 13, 2009
Steelers lose another top defensive player.
Already playing without top defensive player Troy Polamalu, the Pittsburgh Steelers gained more bad news on Tuesday when they found out defensive end Aaron Smith will miss the rest of the season. Smith has a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder. The Steelers resigned Ra’Shon Harris who they cut in September to take Smith’s roster spot. The Steelers have started the 2009 season 3-2, winning their last two games.

Wednesday September 30th, 2009
Delhomme to remain quarterback in Carolina despite problems.
Jake Delhomme will remain the starting quarterback for the Carolina Panthers when they return to action in week five. Head Coach John Fox mentioned on Wednesday he was sticking with Delhomme despite his struggles. Delhomme on the season has thrown just two touchdowns, while throwing seven interceptions. His most recent struggle was Monday night when he threw two interceptions and also fumbled during a key opportunity for the Panthers. Carolina, after winning the NFC South in 2008 have started the 2009 season 0-3.

Wednesday September 30th, 2009
Portis, Haynesworth expected to play Sunday.
Running back Clinton Portis and defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth both are expected to play in Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Portis was kicked in the calf on Sunday in the loss to Detroit and has been battling bone spurs in both ankles. Haynesworth has been sidelined with a strained hip muscle. Haynesworth was carted off the field in the loss to Detroit.
Wednesday September 30th, 2009                                  
Anderson to start at quarterback for Cleveland.
Eric Mangini stated on Wednesday that he would go back with Derek Anderson as his starting quarterback. When the Cleveland Browns won ten games two seasons again, Anderson was the starting quarterback. This season, the Browns have lost their first three games under quarterback Brady Quinn. Cleveland will host the 2-1 Cincinnati Bengals during week four.

Tuesday September 29th, 2009
Felix Jones out for possible 4 weeks.
Felix Jones, Dallas running back, will definitely miss Sunday’s game, and is likely out for 3-4 weeks. Jones, who injured his knee, appears to have a sprained PCL. The Cowboys have a bye during week 7, so a week 7 appearance seems most likely.

Tuesday September 29th, 2009
Mora doesn’t expect Hasslebeck or Jones for Sunday.
The Seattle Seahawks head coach Jim Mora Jr. does not expect quarterback Matt Hasslebeck or offensive lineman Walter Jones to play on Sunday. Hasslebeck continues to suffer from a broken rib he acquired in week two, and Jones has an injured left knee. Seneca Wallace will likely get the start once again for the Seahawks at quarterback. The Seahawks are off to a 1-2 start to begin the season.

Wednesday September 23rd, 2009
McNabb sits out practice, Vick looks to be # 2.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb sat out of yet another practice on Wednesday. McNabb’s broken rib does not appear to be healed up enough to allow McNabb to play Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. Kevin Kolb will continue to be the starting quarterback for the Eagles, but it now appears Michael Vick will be the back-up. Vick has not played in a NFL game in 33 months, and is eligible to play on Sunday.

Wednesday September 23rd, 2009
Seattle not ruling out Hasslebeck
The Seattle Seahawks have not ruled out their quarterback Matt Hasslebeck for Sunday’s affair with the Chicago Bears. Hasslebeck broke his rib in the first half of the loss on Sunday to the San Francisco 49ers. Hasslebeck has watched back-up quarterback Seneca Wallace take the snaps in practice this week, but head coach Jim Mora Jr. has stated “we are not ruling him out, but I have not said he will play.”

Wednesday September 23rd, 2009
Cowboys’ Adams fined by NFL
The Dallas Cowboys left tackle Flozell Adams has been fined by the National Football League $12,500 for kicking two New York Giants in the Sunday night loss. Adams kicked Justin Tick in the first half, causing him to miss the remainder of the game, and then later did it to Osi Umenyiora, Adams was also fined $5,000 in week one for unnecessary roughness.

Tuesday September 22nd, 2009
Matt Ryan looking forward to homecoming.
Former Boston College quarterback Matt Ryan is looking forward to returning to his old stomping grounds on Sunday. Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons will travel to Foxboro to take on the New England Patriots. There is no question Tom Brady will still be the # 1 quarterback as far as fanfare in this one, but Ryan will certainly get his share of love. Ryan was the 2008 offensive rookie of the year for Atlanta.

Tuesday September 22nd, 2009
Chargers’ Hardwick to have surgery; miss time.
San Diego Chargers center Nick Hardwick had surgery on his left ankle and will miss the next eight weeks of the season. The six year veteran and a pro bowler in 2006 hurt his ankle on September 14th. Scott Mruczkowski will continue to get the nod as starting center in front of Phillip Rivers. Mruczkowski is normally a back-up guard that was moved to center this spring.

Wednesday September 16th, 2009
Jets, Mangini fined for Favre cover-up
The New York Jets and former head coach Eric Mangini have both been fined for their parts in an injury cover-up for former quarterback Brett Favre. The NFL fined both Mangini $25,000 and the Jets $75,000 for violating league rules regarding an injury to Favre. Favre had a torn biceps tendon in the final month of the season that has held within. The league rules state hiding injuries could affect an opponent’s preparation. Within the last few years the National Football League have raised the policing of this issue.

Wednesday September 16th, 209
Kansas City quarterback Cassel expected to start Sunday.
The Kansas City Chiefs and their quarterback Matt Cassel both feel he will be ready to start in their week two tilt with the Oakland Raiders. Cassel missed week one with a knee injury. Cassel hurt his knee on an August 29th preseason game. Cassel led the New England Patriots in 2008 for the injured Tom Brady. Cassel was traded to Kansas City during the off-season when Brady was announced ready for the 2009 season. Cassel also signed a six year contract worth $28 million in guarantees.

Tuesday September 15th, 2009
Indianapolis cuts two players, may sign receiver.
The Indianapolis Colts cut kicker Shane Andrus and linebacker Cody Glenn on Tuesday. The move seemingly opens two positions for the Colts to activate defensive tackle Ed Johnson and possibly add a receiver. Anthony Gonzalez sprained a ligament in the week one win to Jacksonville. Gonzalez has no timetable to return at this time.

Tuesday September 15th, 2009
Buffalo battles, falls short in opener.
The Buffalo Bills led the New England Patriots after the first, second, and third quarters on Monday evening. The final quarter New England outscored the Bills 15-7 behind two passes from Tom Brady to Benjamin Watson to knock off the Bills 25-24. Leodis McKelvin made the mistake of the night returning a kick-off with just over 2:00 to go, from the end zone, only to fumble near the 30 yard line. New England recovered the fumble and scored the final touchdown with just under 1:00 to go.

Monday September 14th, 2009
Orton leads Broncos back in dramatic fashion.
Darren Sproles rushed up the middle for a five yard touchdown to seal the deal in a 24-20 San Diego win over Oakland late Monday evening. The Raiders led on three different occasions, only to see the Chargers storm back all three times. Sebastian Janikowski kicked two field goals for the Raiders, including to give the Raiders a 13-10 lead early on in the fourth quarter.

Tuesday September 8th, 2009
Seymour does not report to Oakland.
Richard Seymour failed to report to his new team, the Oakland Raiders once again on Tuesday. Seymour, a five time pro bowl defensive end was traded from New England in exchange for Oakland’s first round draft pick in 2011. Raiders head coach Tom Cable, and Patriots head coach Brian Belichick both have declined to discuss the situation.

Tuesday September 8th, 2009
Texans’ quarterback Schaub listed as day-to-day.
Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub returned to practice on Tuesday, but is still listed as day-to-day, with an injury. Houston is also looking at injuries to receiver Kevin Walter and also safety Eugene Wilson. If Schaub is not able to go, former Chicago Bears quarterback Rex Grossman appears to be the next in line for the starting position.

Tuesday September 8th, 2009
Bills release left tackle Walker.
After firing offensive coordinator Turk Schonert and releasing Dominic Rhodes, the Buffalo Bills announced they would release left tackle Langston Walker. Walker, the 6’8, 366lbs tackle out of California was the 2bd round draft pick by Oakland back in 2002. He was expected to make $3 in the final year of his contract.

Monday September 7th, 2009
Lions select starting quarterback.
The Detroit Lions selected rookie Matthew Stafford as their starting quarterback for the first game of the season, against New Orleans. Stafford was chosen over veteran quarterback Dante Culpepper. Head coach Jim Schwartz claimed the Stafford had the best chemistry with top receiver Calvin Johnson. Stafford was the Lions first round draft pick in the 2008 NFL draft. Stafford played his collegiate football at the University of Georgia.

Monday September 7th, 2009
Merriman claims he did not hurt TV star.   
San Diego Chargers linebacker Shawne Merriman has stated he didn’t hurt television personality Tila Nguyen, but was trying to protect her. Nguyen signed a citizen’s arrest on Monday and charged him with battery and false imprisonment. Tila claims Merriman choked her and threw her to the ground. Merriman spent two hours in jail before posting bond. Nguyen is a 27 year old Singapore born start on MTV.

Sunday August 2nd, 2009
Denver Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall injures hamstring.
Brandon Marshall was forced to sit out the final half hour of Broncos practice on Sunday due to an injury to his left hamstring. The wide receiver out of Central Florida is entering his fourth season with the Broncos, that has seen him catch 15 career touchdowns. Marshall’s best year came in 2007 when he caught 7 touchdowns and over 1300 yards while playing with quarterback Jay Cutler. Kyle Orton is expected to be the Broncos quarterback in 2009. Marshall hurt the injury going deep on a sideline drill.

Sunday August 2nd, 2009
Minnesota and top pick Harvin agree to five year deal.
The Minnesota Vikings and top pick Percy Harvin agreed to a five year deal on Sunday. Harvin missed the first two days of training camp as both sides looked to agree to a deal. Harvin was the 22nd overall pick in the 2009 draft out of the University of Florida. Head coach Brad Childress is still looking at the best fit for Harvin in the Vikings offense, but with running back Adrian Peterson on the squad the air game appears to be a viable option.       

Sunday August 2nd, 2009
Arizona running back Wells injures ankle.
Arizona Cardinals rookie running back Beanie Wells sprained his right ankle on the first day of training camp Sunday. Head coach Ken Whisenhunt did not say how long Wells would be out, but did cite the injury as “non serious”. Wells was already behind the rest of his teammates, as he missed the summer workouts, due to attending classes at Ohio State University. Wells signed a five year, $11.8 million contract just this week.

Saturday August 1st, 2009
Baltimore’s Mason reverses decision to retire.
Baltimore Ravens veteran wide receiver Derrick Mason has elected to over turn his decision to retire. After making the announcement earlier in the summer, Mason showed up at Ravens training camp on Saturday. Mason has played in the NFL for 12 seasons, catching 790 passes, for 10,061 yards and 52 touchdowns.

Saturday August 1st, 2009
Bush continues to sit out of Saints training camp.
New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush continued to sit out of training camp on Saturday. Saturday’s evening practice was the fourth Bush had missed in two days. Bush is coming off knee surgery to his left knee has been held out for precautionary reasons. Head coach Sean Payton expects to continue giving Bush plenty of rest. Bush has not seen any swelling in his knee. This will be the fourth full season in the NFL for Bush. After finishing his career at USC, Bush has ran for 12 touchdowns, and caught 8 in his three year career.

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