• The NFL has finally ended its asinine stalling on a Terrelle Pryor decision, declaring the former Buckeye eligible for Monday’s supplemental draft. Now all he needs is a team willing to gamble on his questionable NFL talent and actually use him as a quarterback.
  • Adam Schefter also passed along word that Pryor has been pre-suspended, and won’t be able to play or practice with any team for the first five games of this season. The penalty matches the punishment Pryor would have served at Ohio State.
  • Newsday’s Bob Glauber thinks that talent won’t be a problem for the Jets wide receivers. Their egos could be though.
  • In breaking NFL relationship news, OK! reported earlier this week that Jay Cutler is trying to get Kristin Cavallari back after he abruptly ended their engagement last month. TotalPackers.com debunked this rumor, saying that if Cutler was wooing any ladies over the weekend, he was doing it in the thriving party town of Bourbonnais, Illinois.
  • David Akers learned the hard way that being on the wrong end of a Ponzi scheme really, really sucks.
  • Joey Harrington thinks that if he was able to survive four years under center in Detroit, getting hit by a car should be no problem.
  • Huh, looks like there really is a quarterback competition in Jacksonville.
  • Miles Austin could miss the Cowboys preseason game against the Chargers because of a sore hamstring.
  • It doesn’t sound like anything more than some training camp nicks and bruises at this point, but after his injury-plagued season last year Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin needed to have a healthy start. That’s not happening.
  • Harvin’s health is especially concerning after Sidney Rice‘s departure, who said the Seahawks simply wanted him more.
  • In the debut of their new “stats vs. fiction” column, Hogs Haven takes a look at Evan Royster‘s first game.
  • Carson Palmer reportedly thinks the Bengals are toying with his little brother.

Comments (1)

  1. “Now all he needs is a team willing to gamble on his questionable NFL talent and actually use him as a quarterback.”

    Ladies and Gentlemen, your 2011 Miami Dolphins!

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