Michael Vick isn’t saying that the New York Jets would be a winner with him starting at quarterback. But he does think the team would have won more games if he had started from Week 1. Via NJ.com… “In my heart, I feel like on any team, I can be the starter, as long as […]
The Bengals got obliterated by the Browns 24-3, AT HOME, on Thursday night. Cincinnati totaled just 165 yards of offense, turned the ball over four times, and averaged 2.6 yards a play. It was, by all accounts, a complete and utter decimation. Well, all but one account. Bengals running back Jeremy Hill wasn’t impressed by […]
The Washington Redskins are suing five Native Americans who complained about the team’s name to the US Patent and Trademark Office. Furthermore, a federal judge apparently doesn’t feel that the lawsuit is without merit, and won’t dismiss it. Judge Gerald Bruce Lee suggested during a hearing Friday that it would be unprecedented to dismiss the […]
Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, who coached the team for the majority of the season while Chuck Pagano was undergoing treatment for leukemia, has been hospitalized in Baltimore with a case of the flu, and won't call plays for the Colts today in their AFC Wild Card playoff game against the Balitmore Ravens. Clyde […]
Days after firing Chan Gailey, the Buffalo Bills have hired former Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone to be their next head coach. Marrone went 25-25 in four years with the Orange, winning a pair of bowl games (the Pinstripe Bowl in both the 2010 and 2012 seasons) and claiming a share of the Big East […]
Hours after firing Scott Pioli as GM, the Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to hire Andy Reid as their next head coach, replacing Romeo Crennel. The winningest coach in Philadelphia Eagles history will take over a team that has had five different coaches since Reid took the job in Philadelphia. It will take a lot […]
The Kansas City Chiefs have fired general manager Scott Pioli after four disastrous seasons. With Pioli at the helm of the franchise, the Chiefs went 23-41 over the last four seasons. They won the AFC West in 2010, and were blown out 30-7 in the first round of the playoffs by the Baltimore Ravens. Pioli's […]
The New York Daily News has caught up with a vacationing Rex Ryan in the Bahamas. Photographer Andrew Theodorakis snapped the above picture of Ryan, and in it, you can see a tattoo…of Ryan's wife…wearing a Mark Sanchez jersey….while potentially Tebowing. This is more than likely either a Photoshopped effort by someone at the Daily […]
The hits keep on coming: Chan Gailey has been fired by the Buffalo Bills. Gailey, hired by the Bills before the 2010 season, hadn't been a head coach in the league since 1999 with the Cowboys and had a 16-32 record in three seasons with Buffalo. The Bills haven't made the playoffs since 1999, the […]
The Philadelphia Eagles fired Andy Reid on Monday, finally putting an end to speculation surrounding the team's coach for the last 14 years. Reid exits the franchise with twice as many wins as any other coach in Eagles history, and just three seasons with a record under .500. Unfortunately for Reid, the Eagles struggled in […]
Former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue has made his ruling on the suspensions and fines for Saints players as a result of the NFL's Bountygate investigation, and the news isn't good for Roger Goodell: all of the penalties for individual players have been vacated.
Awful news out of Kansas City this morning, as Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher has reportedly killed his girlfriend at their home, and then drove to the Chiefs practice facility and shot himself. Belcher's identity was a mystery at first, until
The unknown employee of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport that threw eggs at the Saints bus will be disciplined, according to the airport.
Plaxico Burress has kept his name out of the news this season, largely because no team signed him this offseason (after an eight touchdown 2011 campaign with the Jets). But today, Burress had his name pop up in the news, for yet another off the field incident. Burress received a speeding ticket for going 125 […]
Steve Sabol, the president of NFL Films, has passed away at age 69 following a year and a half battle with brain cancer. Sabol started at NFL Films in 1964 with his late father Ed and was an innovator in the way fans watched NFL games. NFL Films was responsible for the introduction of slow […]