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Cardinals pull it out in overtime

Wow. What a finish to an otherwise offensive shootout. Cardinals linebacker Karlos Dansby snatches mid-air a fumble/pass from the hands of Aaron Rodgers and runs 17 yards in the other direction for the game-winning score. [I apologize for the quality of the above video. I did not capture it. I have, um, a tripod. So, BayAreaFreak1, if you’re … Continue reading

RED-ZONE REPORT IS BACK!

Due to popular demand, Red-Zone Report is coming back to WordPress. We enjoyed a short stint with MVN.com. And we still love the boys (and gals) over there, but we’re glad to be back at WordPress. And we’ll also be adding someone to the RZR staff. We’re proud to welcome journalist Larry Leonard. Larry will … Continue reading

Stallworth suspended for season

NFL.com is reporting that Clevelend Browns WR Dante Stallworth has been suspended for the entire 2009 NFL season after pleading guilty to DUI manslaughter. Stallworth will be suspended without pay, and will not be able to participate in any team activities until he is reinstated. “Your conduct endangered yourself and others, leading to the death … Continue reading

NFL Quick Hits – March 15

Since we’ve been away for the last day and a half, we’ll highlight some of the biggest moves in free agency, the NFL Draft, and other NFL News: Michigan defensive tackle Will Johnson put on a show at his campus Pro Day workout, bench pressing 225 pounds a mind-blowing 47 times, PFT has reported. According to The … Continue reading

Cowboys Release Owens

ESPN is reporting that the Dallas Cowboys have released wide receiver Terrell Owens.  The move again comes as little surprise, given Owens’ penchant for constantly whining about not getting the ball and jealousy over others. In our view, possible suitors for Owens include the Washington Redskins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and of course, the Oakland Raiders.  … Continue reading

Vick approved for home confinement

The AP has reported that former Falcons quarterback Michael Vick has been approved for release to home confinement. Vick will be placed on an electronic monitoring system and will only be permitted to leave home for activities approved by his probation officer, the AP has reported. So he isn’t completely off the leash. Per PFT, Vick … Continue reading

Colts Officially Release Harrison

On the 6:00 p.m. Sportscenter, ESPN’s John Clayton reported that the Indianapolis Colts have released wide receiver Marvin Harrison.  The move was reportedly announced by Colts owner Jim Irsay at a press conference. The move comes as no surprise and means that former Ohio State wide receiver Antonio Gonzalez will assume a starting role opposite … Continue reading