Category: Pro Bowl

Matt Schaub: “It’ll be Hard to Ever Fully Replace a Pocket Passer”

Monday, March 4th, 2013

Matt Schaub is most definitely a pocket passer. And while the league is always evolving and a new breed of quarterbacks has taken professional football by storm, Schaub still believes that it'll be hard for quarterbacks to succeed long-term without having the ability to drop back in an old-fashioned way. ...

Aaron Rodgers Steps Into the Broadcast Booth, If Only For One Game

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

I can't say that I listened to Aaron Rodgers the whole time that he was on NBC's broadcast of the Super Bowl on Sunday, but from the parts that I heard, I found him to be pretty entertaining. Others who watched more closely seem to agree that he did a ...

LeSean McCoy Not Shy with Comments about Aaron Rodgers, Osi Umenyiora

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

LeSean McCoy admits he's probably one of the guys Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was referring to when he called out NFC players for not giving maximum effort during the Pro Bowl. McCoy's not really apologizing. Instead, he's asking Rodgers to let the rest of the team know how ...

While Others Skipped Out, Ray Lewis Attended Sunday’s Pro Bowl for the 12th Time

Monday, January 30th, 2012

Some players make just a handful of trips to the Pro Bowl, even if they're elected year after year. Few go just about each and every time they're voted in. Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is one of them, and he attended for the 12th time on Sunday. Lewis explains in ...

Larry Fitzgerald: “I just want to win and whoever is going to helps us do that I am all for it.”

Friday, March 4th, 2011

After Kurt Warner retired last year, the Arizona Cardinals had a hard time finding someone capable of getting the job done.  They rolled out Derek Anderson and a plethora of quarterbacks, but none of them managed get anything accomplished, and the Cardinals finished 5-11 in what was the worst division ...

Antonio Gates Describes Choosing Between Basketball and Football Like Choosing Between Two Women

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

Antonio Gates was selected to be a part of his seventh Pro Bowl this weekend. Not bad for a guy who didn't even really want to play football, but rather wanted to be a basketball star. Gates played just 10 games this season, but still had nearly 800 yards and finished ...

Norm Chow Believes Matt Leinart Will Succeed in NFL

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

The list of quarterbacks who honed their craft thanks to the offensive mind of Norm Chow is a who's who of Heisman Trophy winners and Pro Bowl selections. However, those two honors have never had any correlation for him. Steve Young didn't win a Heisman, but he is a Hall of ...

Roger Goodell Thinks There is a Lot of Interest in the Pro Bowl This Year

Friday, January 29th, 2010

Since he took over as Commissioner of the NFL, Roger Goodell has done a number of very good things for the league. In fact, the NFL is more popular than ever. However, one thing that Goodell still has not been able to figure out is what to do about the ...

Andre Johnson is Home at the Pro Bowl

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

It's amazing when you look back at any draft and think, oh if that team only picked him instead of him, that guy instead of that guy. It’s something all teams go back and look at. I give you this one example though, go back to the 2003 NFL Draft, ...

And It All Comes Down to the Last Game of the Regular Season

Thursday, December 31st, 2009

The Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles are going to battle it out this weekend in what will definitely be a great game to watch. Both of these teams have clinched a playoff berth, but what seed they are remains to be seen. If the Eagles win  they will lock the number ...