Category Archive: NFL

Apr 19

Adrian Wilson is expected to retire Monday

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The Cardinals have announced a Monday press conference with long-time Arizona safety Adrian Wilson.  He most likely will be formally retiring. Wilson joined the Cardinals in 2001, spending 12 seasons in Arizona.  He signed with the Patriots in 2013 but landed on IR.  In 2014, he was cut during camp by the Bears. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/category/rumor-mill/

Apr 19

Eagles signing Tebow on Monday

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He’s back. After a two-season exile, the man who took the Broncos to the divisional round in 2011 before being summarily dumped for Peyton Manning will have a new job in the NFL. Per Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, Tim Tebow will sign with the Eagles on Monday.  (Yes, Glazer has the scoop, even though …

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Apr 13

Geeking Football: NFL Mock Draft Update Three Rounds

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Of all the NFL Draft seasons that I have been doing a Mock Draft, this could be the latest that it has ever expanded to three rounds. Normally the third round is coming together around the time the scouting combine wraps up. A little late, may not be better than never…but it is here. It …

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Apr 13

32 Team GM Mock Draft

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Ever wished that you were in charge of your favorite NFL team? Ever thought that you could do a better job? Think you have what it takes to build a pretender into a contender or keep your franchise on top? We’re here to give you that chance. SJ is announcing a GM Draft Game, where …

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Apr 12

Roger Staubach thinks Johnny Manziel has “Russell Wilson-type tale

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As many of you know by now, Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel has been released from rehab. Now the focus will be on whether or not Manziel will get serious about playing football. Even before Manziel declared for the NFL Draft, many were skeptical if his skills would translate to the NFL. To this day, …

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Apr 11

The Landry Hat: Dallas Cowboys 1975 Draft: The Dirty Dozen, One Of The Best Ever

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The 1975 NFL Draft took place a mere two weeks after Super Bowl IX. The Dallas Cowboys finished that season with an 8-6 record and out of the playoffs for the first time in nine years. The upcoming draft would be a critical turnaround point for the Cowboys. And Dallas would use it to instantly …

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Apr 04

Geeking Football: NFL Mock Draft Update Three Rounds

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Of all the NFL Draft seasons that I have been doing a Mock Draft, this could be the latest that it has ever expanded to three rounds. Normally the third round is coming together around the time the scouting combine wraps up. A little late, may not be better than never…but it is here. It …

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Apr 04

Member Spotlight of the Month — NDSMC78

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*NDSMC78, thank you SO much for doing this interview! I could not find that we had ever done one on you!! You and I have several things in common… I, too, nearly never watch TV…(I only keep the TV for football season). I could also eat pasta nearly every day…as long as there was pizza …

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Mar 28

The Landry Hat: Is This SEC Quarterback In The Dallas Cowboys Draft Plans?

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Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones stirred the media pot a bit this week at the NFL’s annual owner’s meeting when he broached the idea of drafting a quarterback. Consequently, at nearly the same time, the Cowboys held a private workout with a certain SEC quarterback. Jones and the rest of the Cowboys’ …

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Mar 18

The Landry Hat: Dallas Cowboys Definite Winners In Free Agency

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Ignore what some other people or websites might say: The Dallas Cowboys are winners in the free agency game. It’s actually grown pretty tired and boring over the years debating which teams have emerged as “victorious” in the spending game that has become the kickoff to the NFL new year. Ask yourself these questions: Are …

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