Thursday, March 22, 2007

NFL Jabber 3/22/07

The Titans have added depth in the defensive backfield by signing Bryan Scott. Worries of a loss of PacMan?

"This is another case of us addressing our depth and bringing veteran playing experience to our team," Titans general manager Mike Reinfeldt said. "Bryan has experience at both safety spots and even corner, has made over 30 career starts and is still a young player who will contribute to this team."

Although it has been quiet as of late, Drew Rosenhaus is still looking for a new deal for Frank Gore.

Speaking of Drew, he said on "Best Damn Sports Show Period" that the Skins, 49'ers, and Seahawks have inquired about client Lance Briggs. Seahawks team president, Tim Ruskell says that is news to him.

Jeff Schultz of the AJC discusses how the trade of Schuab is not so much a testament to the commitment to Michael Vick but to how Schaub is not the answer in ATL.
"Bobby Petrino has held the coaching job for two months. I’m not certain, but I’m guessing all except 12 minutes for bathroom breaks has been spent on player analysis and watching game tape. If Petrino looked at Schaub and concluded, in so many words, “Wow!”, he would not be gift-wrapping the Falcons’ next starting quarterback for the Texans."

The Cards have promoted former NFL WR to offensive quality coach.

NFL Looking to put the smackdown on the bad boys with a new policy.

After a six year losing streak, the Lions are not going to lose the Turkey Day lead off game. Them loosing has become as traditional to the holiday as pumpkin pie.

The Chiefs are looking to giving the ball more to Michael Bennett to take some load off Larry Johnson.
“You don’t want to make one guy run the ball 400 times,” coach Herm Edwards said. “You won’t see that anymore. You won’t see it. We’ll get Michael Bennett in the mix, and you might have to get another back. There might be three backs. You need three backs. (With two backs) as soon as you get one nicked, then you only have one. You’re out of business all of a sudden. You have to change your offense.”

Gene Upshaw has again been elected as Executive Director of the NFL Players Association. That makes nine consecutive three-year terms.

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