September 2011 - Football Wiretap
Two London Games Could Be On 2012 Schedule
The Sports Business Journal has reported that the NFL could feature two games in London next season.
Philly Reporters Get Into Physical Scuffle
Philadelphia-area reporters Jeff McLane of the Inquirer and Les Bowen of the Daily News got into a physical altercation on Wednesday.
Cutler Throwing Quicker Due To Fear Of Sacks
Jay Cutler has been under pressure constantly thanks to a porous Chicago offensive line.
DeAngelo Hall Explains Post-Game Rant
Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall says he "might have been a little overzealous" when he unleashed profane remarks.
Bledsoe, Tiki, Cowher Among HOF Candidates
Keyshawn Johnson, Tiki Barber, Drew Bledsoe, Stephen Davis, Rod Smith, Will Shields, Troy Vincent and Mike Vanderjagt are all eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Vick Insists He's '100 Percent'
Eagles quarterback Michael Vick took part in a walk-through on Wednesday.
Romo Accuses Redskins Of Cheating On Snap Count
It is against NFL rules for defenders to imitate a quarterback's cadence or snap count.
Portis Leaves Bengals Without Contract Offer
Clinton Portis visited the Bengals on Tuesday, but he left Cincinnati without a contract offer.
Deion Branch Fine With Lack Of Catches
Deion Branch had no catches against the Bills, while Wes Welker had 16 receptions in the loss.
Jets Re-Sign Aaron Maybin
Aaron Maybin was cut by the Jets shortly before the regular season began.
Indianapolis Signs Dan Orlovsky
Dan Orlovsky was with Indianapolis in training camp and the team is in need of a quarterback following the concussion suffered by Kerry Collins on Sunday night.
Texans Release Steve Slaton
Steven Slaton rushed for 1,282 yards as a rookie in 2008.
Sanchez Isn't Concerned About Broken Nose
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez isn't concerned about what his broken nose will mean for either his play on the field or his marketability off it.
Taylor: Henne More Talented Than Sanchez
Jason Taylor stuck up for Chad Henne during an interview recently.
Colts Will Look At Orlovsky, Croyle
Kerry Collins suffered a concussion on Sunday night, forcing Curtis Painter into duty.
Vick Expected To Play If Swelling Reduces
Eagles quarterback Michael Vick will likely face the 49ers as long as the swelling in his right hand goes down.
Tomlin Looking For Help On Pittsburgh's O-Line
The Steelers saw three offensive lineman helped off the field on Sunday night.
Governor Signs Bill To Expedite L.A. Stadium
California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill Tuesday to expedite legal challenges to Farmers Field.
Saints Give Gleason Super Bowl Ring
Saints player Steve Gleason has been diagnosed with ALS.
Peterson 'Tired Of Losing'
Minnesota has been outscored 67-6 in the second half of games this season.
NFL Power Rankings After Week 3
The NFL has three undefeated teams remaining and they are firmly in our top-four. Meanwhile, the Bengals, Browns, Buccaneers, Dolphins and Vikings may be deceiving us if we just looked at their record
NFL Scoop: 32-Team Week 3 Reactions
The Bills have had help, the conservative Jaguars, snap issues in Dallas, the pending debut of Nick Fairley and Cam Newton hitting department stores.
Father: Peterson Upset Over Reduced Carries
The winless Vikings blew a 20-0 lead against the Lions on Sunday afternoon.
Hall Rips Ref, Coaches Over Final Dallas Drive
DeAngelo Hall was upset over a facemask penalty and Washington's defensive scheme late against Dallas.
Canty: Hit On Vick Was Legal
Chris Canty doesn't think there was anything wrong with the hit that left Eagles quarterback Michael Vick with a bruised right hand.
McCoy: Giants Aren't Better Than Eagles
LeSean McCoy says the Giants didn't blitz much on Sunday because they were afraid of Philadelphia's deep attack.
Mike Wallace Still Aiming For 2,000 Yards
Mike Wallace has the second-most yards (377) in the NFL, which puts him on pace for 2,011 this season.
Brady Issues Public Support Of Ochocinco
Chad Ochocinco dropped a sure touchdown pass in Sunday's loss to the Bills, but Tom Brady isn't holding a grudge.
Bills Believe They Can Improve Offense
The Bills are the highest-scoring team in the NFL, averaging 37.7 points per game through three weeks.