Way to take a sledgehammer to your legacy, David.
I think Carl missed the part where Burress basically said he didn’t like playing for Tom Coughlin.
Yup, and so were the Eagles, Cowboys, and Redskins. Covered this in greater detail here.
Tiki Barber admits there was more than one day when he would wake up, have coffee and breakfast and then “sit on the couch and do nothing for 10 hours.’’
Shit, is that depression? Because if so, I’m depressed as hell.
(Cowboys, Redskins, and Eagles news after the jump)…
I wouldn’t compromise speed for bulk, but that’s just me. Not sure I understand the need to put on more weight.
For some vets, sure, I can see that. For Roy Williams, who still often plays like a rookie, I think he needs all the camp he can get.
I’ve been meaning to take a look at the tape of Spencer from the end of the 2009 season, his only really good stretch as a pro, but just haven’t gotten around to it yet. Spencer isn’t going to be “elite,” and I understand that different people have different definitions of what that word means. I think the Cowboys would settle for just a solid, above-average starting OLB, which he was not in 2010.
As a fan of a rival team, I always respected Portis.
You know your franchise has done a poor job consistently bringing in young talent when 2 rookies make a list like this, and 2 of the other 3 are reaches.
There’s a joke in there somewhere, but it’s 6:30 am and I’m not really thinking clearly.
Apparently running the proud Redskins franchise isn’t enough. Snyder now has his sights on helping destroy the entire NFL.
Lots of great info here on the Eagles’ 2nd round pick. Can’t wait to see this kid in camp.
See, Bleacher Report? You can do a “5 reasons…” thing and not have it be one of those annoying artificial page view generating slideshows. Anyway, agree with 5, 3, and 2. 1 is a little tricky, and I’m not so sure I agree with 4, since I think DJax is already in his prime.
No details yet, although he was free to leave without having to post bail, so it can’t be terribly serious.