• Posts Tagged ‘WR’

    Laveranues Coles copies Harrison, gets released

    by  • February 26, 2009 • News • 4 Comments

    Let’s not get crazy here. Just because Marvin Harrison does something, that doesn’t mean all the old, aging receivers in the league have to do it. But no one told that to Laveranues Coles. Coles is so confident that he can get a long-term deal in free agency that he was willing to give...

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    Fantasy Funeral: Colts release Marvin Harrison

    by  • February 24, 2009 • News • 0 Comments

    Marvin Harrison might  meet the end of his long tenure with the Colts this week. Despite the Colts’ best efforts to keep him in their plans for 2009, he’s likely to be released as a salary cap move. Lucky year 13! Give him credit. Harrison did everything in his power to stay in the...

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    Why T.O. will be a Cowboy in 2009

    by  • February 18, 2009 • Culture, News • 10 Comments

    Since “Pacman” Adam Jones’ release, the talk of the Dallas Cowboys has been change. If not at the coaching position, currently filled by the Pillsbury Doughboy Wade Phillips, fans are crying out for Terrell Owens to get out of town. But that’s just crazy talk. Jerry Jones recently pointed out his silence as a...

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    Training Camp Uppers and Downers

    by  • August 4, 2008 • Draft Strategy, News • 5 Comments

    It’s almost football season. Training camp battles are starting, Favre is reinstated and back as an active player (which means he is thinking about retiring) and coins are flipping in Chicago to decide who will throw the rock for 2008. Smell that fresh air? Behind that freshness, the little taint of grass and sweat...

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    The Favre Effect on Fantasy Football Drafts

    by  • July 27, 2008 • Draft Strategy, News • 5 Comments

    After the long, over-hyped saga of rumors and speculation, Brett Favre should turn in his request for reinstatement and show up to the Green Bay Packers training camp this weekend. Even though Favre and the Packers administration are talking, the Packers haven’t changed their stance on backing Aaron Rodgers as the starter, so it...

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