Lions receiver Nate Burleson doesn’t think the additions of Titus Young and Mikel Leshoure will help to keep double teams away from Calvin Johnson. That’s because Megatron is just too damn good.
Since about February the conflicting and varied reports on Da’Quan Bowers‘ injured knee and its impact on his career have surfaced almost daily. But the newest one from Tony Pauline of Sports Illustrated is downright scary. Pauline writes that Bowers has a “50-50 shot” at being the same dominant defensive end that he was at Clemson.
Cornerback Richard Taylor was signed by the Jets as a reserve in late January, and is one of the many fringe players whose future employment is being severely hindered by the lockout because of their reliance on minicamps to earn a roster spot. But what he demonstrates here is that one thing we’re sorely lacking during the lockout is movie trailer-style videos of players working out. In fact, I’d like my day at work to be documented in this fashion. Consider how dramatic it would be watching a scrawny blogger sit at a desk, sip coffee, type occasionally, and drink more coffee: (via the Jets Blog)