Tuesday, May 22, 2007

NFL Jabber 5/22/07

Steelers line coach Larry Zierlein accidentally sent porn to...

"...to multiple high-level team employees and their secretaries throughout the NFL, including commissioner Roger Goodell."

Dallas gets the big win.
"The 2011 Super Bowl will be played at the Dallas Cowboys' new stadium in Arlington, Texas, where more than 100,000 fans will be able to watch the NFL's showpiece game."

T.J. Duckett is practicing breaking off the big run.

A.J. Nicholson learned you can only break the law in Cincy and keep your job if your a starter.

Braylon Edwards missed the first minicamp.

"Braylon was not here today,'' said coach Romeo Crennel. "He contacted us early this morning and said he wasn't going to be here. He should be here (Wednesday). This is a voluntary camp. They don't have to be here.

"I would like them to be here and I told all of them today I would like them to be here, but it's voluntary and he doesn't have to be here.''

Yep, Trent green is still a Chief. He isn't liking it much either.

“I’m still holding out hope that the deal gets done,” Green said. “I’m still banking on what they said back in March, that they’d get the trade done.”

Green was with the Chiefs for the start of organized team activities (OTAs) on Tuesday, splitting reps with Damon Huard, Brodie Croyle and Casey Printers. But he reiterated that he has no plans to be with the team this fall.

“I don’t anticipate (being a Chief),” Green said. “But I still have a responsibility to get ready to play, wherever that is. It’s my job as a professional football player. It doesn’t do me any good to go to Arizona or Florida or California, wherever all those workout facilities are, and spend time doing what you can do right here.

“I have guys that I’ve had a relationship with for six years. Guys I’m used to throwing with and an offense that’s somewhat similar to what we’ve done the last six years and is similar to what they do in Miami. There are a lot of reasons to be here.”

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