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Archive: August 2009

Manning's the Man

Peyton Manning may never model men's underwear or date Jessica Simpson, but he knows how to read defenses, connect with his receivers and win games.

By Dawn Knight | August 31, 2009; 3:07 PM ET | Comments (0)

Rivers Rising Fast

Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are great but Philip Rivers is the future.

By Rob Rang | August 31, 2009; 1:29 PM ET | Comments (2)

Who's Your Quarterback?

Vote on your choice for steadiest signal caller

By Reader Poll | August 31, 2009; 8:52 AM ET | Comments (2)

P. Manning Is the Steadiest

When it comes to durability, stability and reliability, Peyton Manning really has no peer.

By Gene Wang | August 31, 2009; 6:53 AM ET | Comments (1)

Golden Brady

The golden child of the present-day NFL, Brady has proved that he can always be counted on to lead his team.

By Shawn Zobel | August 31, 2009; 6:49 AM ET | Comments (1)

There's a Bunch, but One Brady

Only Matt Millen wouldn't pick Brady number one.

By Robert Littal | August 31, 2009; 6:36 AM ET | Comments (1)

Smooth Rivers Pass Deep

Rivers ranks on top and whips a minivan. That's the franchise quarterback you want.

By John Gennaro | August 31, 2009; 6:24 AM ET | Comments (0)

Brady's Still the Best

All things being equal, if I have Tom Brady, I'm taking the Lombardi Trophy home.

By Doug Farrar | August 31, 2009; 6:20 AM ET | Comments (0)

Statisically Peyton Manning

When you break down the numbers Peyton Manning comes out on top.

By Joe Baker | August 31, 2009; 6:03 AM ET | Comments (0)

Rate Michael Vick's Debut

Rate the performance of Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Michael Vick in his debut against Jacksonville Jaguars.

By Reader Poll | August 28, 2009; 4:03 PM ET | Comments (10)

Expect a QB Controversy

In Philadelphia, the jersey is always greener on the guy holding the clipboard.

By Dan Levy | August 28, 2009; 9:52 AM ET | Comments (2)

A Good First Step

The experiment wasn't a failure right off the bat. And right now, that's all we can ask.

By Doug Farrar | August 28, 2009; 9:29 AM ET | Comments (0)

Vick Baffles in Eagles Debut

Vick's presence seemed to slow the Eagles' offense more than confuse the Jacksonville Jaguars' defense.

By H. Gore | August 28, 2009; 9:26 AM ET | Comments (3)

Vick on the Right Track

For a player who hasn't played in two years, and for one that is playing with a new team, Vick had a good night.

By Shawn Zobel | August 28, 2009; 9:14 AM ET | Comments (1)

Vick Issue Still in Doubt

The issue's still in doubt, but that's a good thing for Vick -- he didn't screw up. In fact he could be great.

By Emil Steiner | August 28, 2009; 6:40 AM ET | Comments (0)

Vick Takes the Phans

Philadelphia may not have a QB controversy on its sideline, but it has one in the stands.

By Sean McCann | August 28, 2009; 6:37 AM ET | Comments (2)

So Far So Good

Philadelphia Eagles fans are pleased, but we need to see more of Vick to know whether he's really ready for the NFL.

By Jason Brewer | August 28, 2009; 6:23 AM ET | Comments (1)

Few Protest Debut

Sparse demonstrations overshadowed by Michael Vick's competent on field performance.

By Mark Maske | August 28, 2009; 12:01 AM ET | Comments (0)

Raise the Roof

Jerry wouldn't move the toilet paper dispenser from one side of the handicapped stall to the other without a king-sized Texas tussle.

By Josh Zerkle | August 26, 2009; 11:46 AM ET | Comments (1)

A Modest Proposal

For the man that always wants to hold people accountable, Roger Goodell has seemingly got himself and the NFL into a pickle.

By Neil Jacobs | August 26, 2009; 11:25 AM ET | Comments (5)

Who Will Blink? U2

Jerry Jones is a lot of things, but he ain't stupid... especially when it comes to money.

By Dan Levy | August 26, 2009; 11:14 AM ET | Comments (1)

God Is Watching, Goodell

He's already mad as hell about DirectTV... you don't like it, you take it up with Him.

By Adam Hoff | August 26, 2009; 10:24 AM ET | Comments (1)

Mr. Jones, Pull Up This Wall

The scoreboard exists to provide a better view of the game, not to affect it.

By Rafael Vela | August 26, 2009; 7:58 AM ET | Comments (6)

In Dallas Size Matters

If I'm a receiver in Dallas, I'm running sideline routes all day just to stay out from under that thing.

By Michael Kun | August 26, 2009; 7:29 AM ET | Comments (4)

Don't Kick Jones

Asking Jones to pay to fix a part of the stadium that conforms to league rules would be tantamount to asking a consumer to pay for faulty brakes approved by auto inspectors.

By Gene Wang | August 26, 2009; 6:44 AM ET | Comments (4)

Get Over It Goodell

Forcing Jones to shell out more cash because, although the scoreboard meets the league rules it isn't to the commish's liking, wouldn't go over well.

By Joe Baker | August 26, 2009; 6:36 AM ET | Comments (2)

Bono to Fix Scoreboard?

The Cowboys have to move the scoreboard higher up anyway to make way for musical rock band U2's performance in October.

By David Hill | August 26, 2009; 6:34 AM ET | Comments (2)

The Chris Cooley Rule

You can do a lot of harm in 140 characters but you can do a lot of good too.

By Jason Maloni | August 25, 2009; 9:04 AM ET | Comments (0)

Much Ado About Tweeting

Once again the NFL is trying to stifle players' personalities off the field and on it.

By Matt Loede | August 24, 2009; 3:54 PM ET | Comments (0)

Twitter Thought Police

With the rules for communication already established - vis-à-vis what's punishable and what's not -- having a policy addressing Twitter spanks of overkill.

By Chris Richardson | August 24, 2009; 12:12 PM ET | Comments (0)

NFL Control Freaks

I see no need for the NFL to bother itself with worrying what guys are "tweeting" so long as they aren't doing it in the huddle.

By Jason Brewer | August 24, 2009; 9:39 AM ET | Comments (0)

Goodell Better Recognize

A commonsense policy is obviously needed. After all, you don't see other top companies banning their employees from using Twitter.

By Matt Infante | August 24, 2009; 9:14 AM ET | Comments (0)

Don't Fear the Tweeter

Just have players register their accounts and then let the new tool work its magic.

By Joe Baker | August 24, 2009; 8:51 AM ET | Comments (1)

Tweet Nazi Cometh?

Let the players police themselves, and if someone steps out of line, poof! "NO TWEETS FOR YOU!!"

By Nick Houllis | August 24, 2009; 7:53 AM ET | Comments (1)

A Time to Tweet

Rather than just fine players, I would establish a policy saying players who tweet during games will have their accounts deactivated. Other times, it's up to the teams.

By Larry Brown | August 24, 2009; 7:24 AM ET | Comments (0)

Twitter Not the Enemy

Twitter doesn't need any special rules surrounding its use, just keep doling out the fines like anything else.

By Joel Thorman | August 24, 2009; 7:10 AM ET | Comments (0)

Not While Working

Beyond that, Twitter policy should be left up to the individual teams and coaches.

By Sean Yuille | August 24, 2009; 6:50 AM ET | Comments (2)

Treat Tweets Like Speech

If tweets carry the same repercussions as a talking to the press, players will think before Twittering something nasty tweet about play-calling.

By John Gennaro | August 24, 2009; 6:44 AM ET | Comments (0)

Not Goodell's Problem

Tweet away fellas; I've got a CBA to negotiate.

By Ryan Van Bibber | August 24, 2009; 6:35 AM ET | Comments (0)

Control the Tweets

By monitoring NFL Tweets, the league could provide its players with a service more of us need: a filter between us and our impulses.

By John Morgan | August 24, 2009; 6:31 AM ET | Comments (0)

Information Monitors

The NFL should create new positions called Information Monitors, a collection of league officials monitoring all information from players through social networking media.

By Josh Kirkendall | August 24, 2009; 6:22 AM ET | Comments (0)

Teams Should Regulate

Put teams in charge of approving each post a player wants to put on Twitter.

By Jimmy Morris | August 24, 2009; 6:16 AM ET | Comments (0)

Look to NFL Films

My policy would look much in the same way that the league handles NFL Films.

By Joe Reedy | August 24, 2009; 6:02 AM ET | Comments (0)

Have Goodell's Policies Helped Clean Up the NFL?

A swing and a miss for the Ginger Hammer?

By Reader Poll | August 21, 2009; 5:09 PM ET | Comments (0)

Addressing the Problem, Not the Solution

Assuming that Roger Goodell's increased discipline changes the way players act is like saying that the rooster crowing changes the way the sun comes up.

By Doug Farrar | August 21, 2009; 1:15 PM ET | Comments (0)

Hammer Time!

With off field drama and unpredictable legal consequences forcing Goodell's hand, he's playing his cards right.

By Jason Maloni | August 21, 2009; 1:13 PM ET | Comments (2)

Not Strict Enough

Until a standard list of punishments for crimes exists, players won't see the policy as a detriment.

By Les Carpenter | August 21, 2009; 12:39 PM ET | Comments (2)

Give Goodell a Raise

Or take him to see "The Hangover." I'll bet that would get him to smile and forget about the upcoming lockout.

By Michael Kun | August 21, 2009; 12:26 PM ET | Comments (1)

Jets Fans Be Mad!

Favre jerked the Jets around just as much as he jerked the Packers around. Only the Packers will be a better team despite Favre's antics.

By Michael Kun | August 20, 2009; 2:53 AM ET | Comments (4)

Waiting Game No Fun for Vikings

Brett Favre deserves to continue to play football, but not at the expense of ruining the team chemistry of the Minnesota Vikings.

By Roman Oben | August 19, 2009; 1:52 PM ET | Comments (5)

Favre, Vikes May Crash and Burn

Brad Childress and Minnesota went all in on Brett Favre, but don't expect them to win out.

By Peter Schaffer | August 19, 2009; 1:49 PM ET | Comments (6)

Favre the Betrayer

His legacy will always be tarnished by his actions at the end of his career.

By Brandon Benson | August 19, 2009; 1:04 PM ET | Comments (5)

Ego Gone Wild

How many Hall of Fame inductees have been booed as they enter Canton? This could be the first.

By Jason Maloni | August 19, 2009; 10:48 AM ET | Comments (0)

Stunned and Intrigued

For me, this is the football equivalent of getting punched in the face. By Brock Lesnar. Repeatedly.

By Chris Gates | August 18, 2009; 11:30 PM ET | Comments (1)

Favre Dupes Us Again!

When it comes to retirement, this dude is capable of any level of deceit.

By Sean McCann | August 18, 2009; 11:08 PM ET | Comments (0)

Neither Hero nor Villian

He is just human - a football player who made us smile most Sundays in the fall.

By Paul Bessire | August 18, 2009; 9:09 PM ET | Comments (1)

Feeling Betrayed

Now, we wish him the worst of luck, and if all goes well, a lifetime of regret.

By Jeff Nelson | August 18, 2009; 8:43 PM ET | Comments (1)

Guess Who's Back... Back Again

In Green Bay no one seems to care anymore

By Cindy Kagan | August 18, 2009; 4:11 PM ET | Comments (0)

Unretiring Ego

Suffice to say, the man loves the spotlight, and Brad Childress is desperate.

By Jim McCormick | August 18, 2009; 3:22 PM ET | Comments (3)

Favre Helps Vikes

Childress is gutless for allowing Brett to dictate when he showed up to play. That said, from a pure football standpoint, Favre makes the Vikings better.

By Anthony Stalter | August 18, 2009; 3:18 PM ET | Comments (10)

He's a Drama Queen

My first thought will not be about how great of a player he was but that he was a huge drama queen the last year and a half.

By Sean Yuille | August 18, 2009; 2:45 PM ET | Comments (1)

Favre's a Selfish Jerk

I know they'll never say it on the record so I'll say it for Tarvaris Jackson and Sage Rosenfels: Brett Favre is a jackass.

By H. Gore | August 18, 2009; 2:41 PM ET | Comments (13)

Not Dead, Just Resting

While the feature back is rarer and rarer these days, due to size, the great ones find a way to rise to the top.

By Michael Oriard | August 17, 2009; 7:52 PM ET | Comments (0)

Alive and Well, Obscure

If any runner has a 100-yard day, week one, fans in his city will declare him the feature back.

By Brian Tarcy | August 17, 2009; 7:21 PM ET | Comments (0)

Committee Makes Sense

Growing awareness of the effects of running back overuse and the value of those backs over time has contributed to a change in thinking regarding the "feature back" concept.

By Doug Farrar | August 17, 2009; 7:20 PM ET | Comments (0)

Blame the Draft

While the featured back may not be completely dead, it's getting close.

By Shawn Zobel | August 17, 2009; 6:43 PM ET | Comments (0)

Specialization is the future... and not just at running back

Fantasy football players may shudder at the thought, but rotating backs makes sense for both the team and for the players.

By Rob Rang | August 17, 2009; 11:49 AM ET | Comments (2)

Committee of Diversity

The key to success in today's running game is to have a committee of running backs with different styles.

By Chris Gates | August 17, 2009; 11:18 AM ET | Comments (1)

Double Your Durability

The feature back may not be completely dead but the two back system is more popular because of the beating that running backs take in the NFL.

By Jimmy Morris | August 17, 2009; 11:16 AM ET | Comments (0)

Blame Mike Shanahan

Not only can Mike Shanahan be blamed for the downfall of the Denver Broncos, fantasy owners should blame him for ruining the feature back.

By Dan Levy | August 17, 2009; 6:11 AM ET | Comments (0)

Stuff Your Sorries in a Sack

Of course he's going to apologize and say the right things -- he has to kiss the ass of society now.

By Larry Brown | August 17, 2009; 3:19 AM ET | Comments (2)

It Was Wrong

I let myself down, not being out on the football field, being in a prison bed, in a prison bunk, writing letters home,

By Michael Vick | August 16, 2009; 10:43 PM ET | Comments (3)

Goodell Overbearing

What the cases of Vick, Stallworth, Burress, Jones and others show is that Roger Goodell is currently a man without constraints -- but that might soon come to an end.

By Neil Jacobs | August 16, 2009; 10:39 PM ET | Comments (0)

Vick Cap Analysis

The contract structure agreed to by Vick and the Eagles seems to be mutually beneficial.

By J. I. Halsell | August 15, 2009; 2:12 PM ET | Comments (0)

My Head Is Spinning

Great for the offense, offensive for animal lovers... I'm torn.

By Emil Steiner | August 14, 2009; 5:20 AM ET | Comments (17)

Rare Risk

If he can be utilized as a potent weapon for this team, the talk will shift from morality to mobility.

By Jim McCormick | August 14, 2009; 4:48 AM ET | Comments (0)

Eagles Fit Vick

The Birds got what Vick needs, and they play in Philly, a town with a history of embracing the hardscrabble black athlete.

By David Aldridge | August 14, 2009; 3:29 AM ET | Comments (15)

Tough Landing Spot

If Vick's looking for that hard edge and an environment that will neither bend nor break, Philly's just the place he's looking for.

By Michael Wilbon | August 14, 2009; 12:24 AM ET | Comments (4)

Vick Got Lucky

When the worlds of sports and animal-rights activism collide at the team's headquarters in South Philadelphia on Friday, it's clear the Eagles will be prepared.

By Sean McCann | August 14, 2009; 12:18 AM ET | Comments (9)

PETA Clips Birds

Eagles fans can do is cross their fingers and hope that they won't ever have to explain to their sons and daughters what a "rape rack" is.

By Dan Shannon | August 14, 2009; 12:04 AM ET | Comments (8)

It Better Work

I've been the first to say that Vick deserves a chance to play, I just never thought it'd be in my town.

By Dan Levy | August 13, 2009; 11:59 PM ET | Comments (6)

He's a Player, Not a QB

Vick is an option-read quarterback - no more, no less.

By Doug Farrar | August 13, 2009; 11:55 PM ET | Comments (1)

From Jail Bird to Eagle

The distractions will far outweigh any production he provides the team.

By Zach Leibowitz | August 13, 2009; 11:35 PM ET | Comments (1)

Ban Him For Life

The NFL has to, at some point, step in and determine where the line is going to be drawn about allowing players to be a part of the league.

By Matt Loede | August 13, 2009; 10:01 PM ET | Comments (2)

He's Not a Murderer

Donte Stallworth drove with a buzz on, which makes him a criminal, of which the NFL has plenty already.

By Sean McCann | August 13, 2009; 3:33 PM ET | Comments (2)

Not Fit for the NFL

How as a fan am I supposed to root for a guy like Donte Stallworth again?

By Jason Brewer | August 13, 2009; 3:21 PM ET | Comments (0)

I'm Sorry

I will use my suspension to reflect, fulfill my obligations, and make a positive impact on the lives of those who look up to NFL players.

By Donte' Stallworth | August 13, 2009; 2:36 PM ET | Comments (6)

Enough Punishment

He has been punished by the justice system, he has been punished by the NFL and more importantly his conscious will be punishing him for the rest of his life.

By Robert Littal | August 13, 2009; 12:44 PM ET | Comments (5)

Suspension is Enough

There is a chasm of difference between murder and a tragic accident.

By Jason Maloni | August 13, 2009; 12:35 PM ET | Comments (0)

Ban Donte' For Life

Maybe a life would be saved if the NFL started banning players after it has been proven that they ended the life of another human being.

By David Hill | August 13, 2009; 12:23 PM ET | Comments (4)

Who Vouches for This Man?

Tony Dungy is a good friend to have but that's not the same thing as an owner, standing in front of a bank of snapping cameras, with his hand out saying "I trust you."

By Jason Maloni | August 11, 2009; 12:56 PM ET | Comments (9)

Dungy or Young Jeezy?

A couple of weeks past being conditionally reinstated isn't the time to "keep it hood."

By H. Gore | August 11, 2009; 11:54 AM ET | Comments (8)

Vick Owes Dungy and All of Us

it's safe to say that when (not if) an NFL team takes a chance on Vick, he'll owe it entirely to the Dungy name behind him.

By Doug Farrar | August 11, 2009; 11:25 AM ET | Comments (3)

PETA Says No

We hope that Dungy will focus on the future of the NFL by backing our efforts to have the League add "cruelty to animals" to its personal-conduct policy

By Dan Shannon | August 11, 2009; 11:20 AM ET | Comments (23)

Just Crazy Enough To Work

On paper, the pairing of Tony Dungy and Michael Vick seems less likely than Shaq and Ben Stein starring in a mock buddy comedy to pitch cell phones.

By Dan Levy | August 11, 2009; 7:40 AM ET | Comments (1)

The NFL's Odd Couple

Strangest pair since Martin Luther King, Jr. and Civil War General Robert E. Lee or Saul Bellow and Josef Mengele.

By Michael Kun | August 11, 2009; 7:38 AM ET | Comments (6)

Is Dungy Too Loyal?

That Dungy agreed to mentor Vick doesn't say much about how far Vick had progressed, only that Dungy saw him as in need of help.

By Joe Baker | August 11, 2009; 7:09 AM ET | Comments (0)

It's Up to Vick

Tony Dungy can help Michael Vick, if Vick will let him.

By Nathan Whitaker | August 11, 2009; 7:04 AM ET | Comments (3)

Openess Yes, Fan Votes No

Let's leave important votes to the professionals -- those involved in voting the for Pro Football Hall of Fame are some of the best writers in the country.

By Dan Levy | August 9, 2009; 9:28 PM ET | Comments (1)

Remember Ozzie Smith

Experts know best but let's not forget the fans.

By Mackie Shilstone | August 9, 2009; 12:52 PM ET | Comments (0)

Fans Don't Deserve Vote

Fans are, by their very nature, biased and ill-informed, sometimes even face painted.

By Josh Zerkle | August 8, 2009; 11:14 AM ET | Comments (2)

Experts Know Best

When it comes to Canton and the HOF selection process, an aristocracy works just fine, if you ask me.

By Jamie De Giorgio | August 8, 2009; 10:54 AM ET | Comments (1)

No Room in Canton for Sanjaya

The HoF is an important part of an athlete's legacy and that decision is best left to 44 sports writers rather than the same millions of voters who let Sanjaya Malakar finish 7th in the 2006 edition of American Idol.

By Jason Maloni | August 7, 2009; 7:40 PM ET | Comments (0)

More Transparency, Please

As a longtime Pro Football Hall of Fame voter, I've also been a longtime advocate for more transparency in the voting process.

By Leonard Shapiro | August 7, 2009; 7:00 PM ET | Comments (1)

I Want a Golden Ticket

Given the amount of money we pump into the NFL, surely Goodell wouldn't want to begrudge true fans a little taste.

By Emil Steiner | August 7, 2009; 6:41 PM ET | Comments (2)

Canton is Fair

Of all the selection processes, the Pro Football Hall of Fame's is one of the most fair.

By Joe Reedy | August 7, 2009; 6:25 PM ET | Comments (0)

Why So Secret?

It's only equitable for Hall of Fame voters to be held just as accountable as the athletes about whom they wrote.

By Gene Wang | August 7, 2009; 6:13 PM ET | Comments (1)

Eli So Not Worth It

The Giants would have renewed his contract in the spring if not now, they could have saved themselves a few dollars by waiting.

By Sarah Schorno | August 6, 2009; 5:31 PM ET | Comments (1)

Giants Could Have Done Worse

The Giants have decided that, in these uncertain times, Eli is their top-half guy. They could do worse.

By Sean McCann | August 6, 2009; 3:32 PM ET | Comments (0)

Giants Had to Overpay

There's no way, under any circumstance, by any stretch of the imagination that Eli should be the highest paid player in the NFL, the highest paid at his position, or even the highest paid at his own family reunion.

By Anthony Stalter | August 6, 2009; 1:58 PM ET | Comments (17)

Well Deserved Pay Raise

Eli Manning is as valuable to the Giants organization as his brother is to the Colts. He deserves every bit of the $35M guaranteed money the Giants will pay him.

By Roman Oben | August 6, 2009; 11:26 AM ET | Comments (3)

Capping Eli's Mega Deal

It's definitely a lucrative deal, but it may not necessarily be the market setting contract that it's being made out to be.

By J. I. Halsell | August 6, 2009; 11:02 AM ET | Comments (4)

Eli: Between Average and Elite

Is he worth more than Tom Brady or his own brother? Absolutely not, but that isn't the realistic question. Eli Manning simply got what the market will bear.

By Doug Farrar | August 6, 2009; 10:30 AM ET | Comments (0)

Worth Super Money

Eli is a great quarterback who has proven he is capable of performing in the clutch on the biggest stage.

By Brian Tarcy | August 6, 2009; 10:29 AM ET | Comments (1)

Eli's Giant Pay Day

Eli is the right quarterback for the New York Giants for the next seven years. That makes me happy, regardless of his paycheck.

By Edward Valentine | August 6, 2009; 10:09 AM ET | Comments (1)

Eli Over Burdened

If he remains on the precipice of greatness, where he currently resides, all he'll be is yet another big ticket item that didn't nearly deliver up to what was expected of him.

By Ken Palmer | August 6, 2009; 10:05 AM ET | Comments (1)

Get a Clue, Plax

But the greatest obstacle to Burress' return is not Morgenthau or Commissioner Roger Goodell, but Burress himself.

By Jason Maloni | August 4, 2009; 1:40 PM ET | Comments (0)

His Age May Cost Him More Than His Stupidity

An aging receiver with years away from the field, emotional issues and an attitude problem is not an easy sell.

By Sarah Schorno | August 4, 2009; 12:16 PM ET | Comments (0)

Punish Stupidity

Plax let his gun license lapse along with his judgment that night.

By Cindy Kagan | August 4, 2009; 12:00 PM ET | Comments (11)

Party Over for Plax

Burress's judicial Hail Mary not only failed, but likely sealed his fate for more prison time.

By Neil Jacobs | August 4, 2009; 11:35 AM ET | Comments (1)

Guilty of Stupidity?

Should he play in the NFL again? Who knows? Right now, Burress must use every bit of his famed escapability to try and squirm out of a defensive formation he's never seen before.

By Doug Farrar | August 4, 2009; 9:52 AM ET | Comments (2)

Truth Should've Set Plax Free

Compared to Donte Stallworth who killed a man, how long can you keep Plax out?

By Ken Palmer | August 4, 2009; 9:30 AM ET | Comments (9)

Shooting Self Could Be A Life Sentence

His real crime was his choice of wardrobe.

By Dan Levy | August 4, 2009; 9:03 AM ET | Comments (0)

Stupidity's Not Criminal

Burress is being punished by our backward legal system for being stupid, arrogant and naïve; not for being a criminal.

By Robert Littal | August 4, 2009; 7:25 AM ET | Comments (15)

Talent Always Gets Another Chance

Even if he does play again, it will never be the same for Plax.

By Edward Valentine | August 4, 2009; 6:42 AM ET | Comments (0)

No Fair League?

Burress will be "entitled" to an opportunity for employment, but not necessarily in the NFL.

By Michael Oriard | August 4, 2009; 6:26 AM ET | Comments (0)

Let Him Play, But...

Send Burress to talk to someone like George Taliaferro.

By Dawn Knight | August 4, 2009; 6:07 AM ET | Comments (0)

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