Megatron undergoing some major repairs

Admin | January 19, 2014

Tune up: So, yo know how Megatron had offseason knee surgery? Turns out that wasn’t all he had worked on. Calvin Johnson is also recovering from a finger operation, which may explain some of the inexplicable drops he had late in the season which he’d usually grab in his sleep. Both the finger and knee [...]

Time to do some scouting on Harvin for 2014

Admin | January 12, 2014

Save for later: Percy Harvin, who has been struggling with a hip injury since … forever, it seems … remained “full” in Thursday’s practice, and claims he expects to be active for the Divisional Round. Seahawks coach Pete Carrol also said Harvin wouldn’t be on a snap count. The good news is if Harvin really [...]

Looking ahead at some WR contracts in 2014

Admin | January 6, 2014

Let’s talk: DeSean Jackson had a career-year in Chip Kelly’s offense, reversing a four-season decline by setting career highs in catches (82) and yards (1,332) to go along with nine touchdown catches. Now, he’d like to improve his compensation for doing so. Despite having two years left on his current deal with the Eagles, Jackson [...]

My story: Why the Cardinals have the right idea on their QB battle (unlike some teams)

Admin | August 9, 2012

The Cardinals have a quarterback competition… which you may have read about. Kevin Kolb, the high-priced veteran, vs. John Skelton, the interesting unknown. And after spending Tuesday in St. Joseph, Mo., with them and the Chiefs, I was impressed with how they are handling it. The competition is real. No favorites. No care about pedigree [...]

My story and some leftovers: The NFL announces its Total Wellness initiative

Admin | July 27, 2012

I spent the early part of Thursday in the NFL offices at 345 Park Avenue in New York, reporting on the league’s Total Wellness initiative. You saw a bunch of this on Twitter. The goal was to discuss the league’s plan to promote comprehensive health and assist anyone under its auspices who wants helps. There [...]

Some Thoughts On UNC’s Spring Game

Admin | April 19, 2012

Finally got a little time to get around to this UNC post, if you didn’t know folks the kid has been working like crazy. For starters, yes, I went to the game. Sat in 107-ish for a good little sideline view. Some nice ladies sat next to us and they asked me football questions and I [...]

Skill players flash some strength in bench press

Admin | February 26, 2012

Before quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers run 40-yard dashes and sprint around cones, they visited Cardinals strength coach John Lott in the weight room Saturday to bench-press 225 pounds as many times as they could. Here’s how they did NFL.com Blogs

Some Thoughts On Bowls (the college football ones)

Admin | December 13, 2011

By now you have seen the bowl schedule for this season. Boring as usual. It’s funny, during the regular season the only games people pay attention to are the ones involving ranked teams. Those are the ones we pick on our predictions page. But during bowl season, suddenly everyone pays attention to them all. Why? [...]

Some Big Upsets and Big BCS Blunders

Admin | October 25, 2011

Well finally, some chaos in college football this year. Too many undefeated teams and too much going according to plan. I’m glad Michigan State and Texas Tech got things out of whack. Big wins for both teams. And big win for playoff proponents with this weeks latest BCS rankings. Lots to talk about. Read the [...]

Some Bonus ITB: ESPN Williamsport Spot

Admin | October 21, 2011

Trevor Turner from ESPN Williamsport up in Pennsylvania had be back on his show The Locker Room this week to talk a little football. Since it is Pennsylvania we get into the Nittany Lions and how good this Penn State team actually is now that they are ranked in the initial BCS Standings. The answer [...]