Indianapolis Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck joined “Jay Mohr Sports” on FOX Sports Radio to talk about his career arc, jersey sales, Packers fans, training and Reggie White. The heart of Hasselbeck’s appearance was his discussion of the END IT movement. Take a listen to Matt Hasselbeck’s interview on Jay Mohr Sports. Matt Hasselbeck on Jay […]

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We already know that Antonio Gates isn’t going to be cleared for the final two weeks and may not be available during the playoffs. Troy Polamalu will not be available for Thursday against Carolina, and he may not return until the playoffs. Aaron Rodgers and Adrian Peterson are back at practice. MJD missed Thursday’s workout, […]

Brett Favre is the first man that I can remember to be revived from “OUT” status to starting a game. That means that “sneaky” Flex play Joe Webb is only going to see the field if Favre leaves because of an injury or through some gadgetry. Adrian Peterson has been affected by myriad lower-leg injuries, […]

By now you know, the Vikings deactivated Brett Favre for Monday night’s game against the Giants because of his ailing shoulder. It took all of about 10 minutes for the online shop on BrettFavre.com to offer up memorabilia commemorating the occasion. On one level, I have to throw my hands up and say, “Really?!” On […]

We’ve seen him skip and smile and fist-pump and sprint around the field after countless big plays and touchdown strikes. On Sunday, fans in Minnesota had hardly settled into their seats when they saw Brett Favre hit from behind and smashed to the turf. He left the game with a shoulder injury and did not […]

I shan’t write a lengthy analysis here. Those who watched Brad Childress’ press conference (check my earlier post for a link) couldn’t understand the lack of energy, enthusiasm or anything resembling positivity from the Vikings’ coach. Much has been written about this comeback and Favre’s effort to put Minnesota back into the win column. And, […]

UPDATED: It’s a final – Moss goes to Minnesota in exchange for a third-round pick. —————————————— Several years ago, Brett Favre lobbied for the Packers to bring Randy Moss to Green Bay. Disagreements over his receiving corps was one of the reasons cited for why Favre ended his tenure in Green Bay and eventually ended […]

I rolled out the handy-dandy Zoom while prepping for my video wrap and screamed through some of the good, bad and ugly from Sunday’s action here in Week 2. I’ll save the larger diatribe about Brett Favre and the QB carousel for another time. For now, let’s celebrate Matt Ryan, Jahvid Best, LeSean McCoy while […]

The early games of Week 2 are coming to an end. Who was the biggest flop? Who was the biggest disappointment of the early Week 2 games?survey software

The 2009 NFL season provided more than a few chills, spills and thrills along the way. We entered the year with grand expectations at tailback, and conventional wisdom kept the draft board running back-heavy in the opening rounds. That age-old strategy just might fall to the wayside in 2010 given the number of pass-happy attacks […]

Los Angeles The 2009 season offered more twists and turns than any psychological thriller concocted in Hollywood. Fantasy owners and fans navigated through a myriad of injuries and varied circumstances, including, but not limited to, coaching changes, suspensions, trades, releases and frequent trips on the quarterback carousel. Along the way, a number of surprising stat […]