1. Kudos for Justin Fargas

    After finally cracking the starting lineup and breaking the 1,000-yard mark for the Oakland Raiders, Justin Fargas is going to Disneyland! Well, metaphorically speaking at least; in ...

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  2. Flight of the Patriots: "Who's Who" of New England Prepares for Departure

    Now that the New England Patriots' fans have moved beyond their recent disappointment (OK, so maybe we shouldn't go that far), they can get in step with the rest of the football freaks, which ...

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  3. Tennessee Titans' Sherman Smith Likely Headed to Washington Redskins

    Given the lack of high-caliber talent and, coupled with sharing time with the passing game at Tennessee, it stands to reason Sherman Smith may want to explore a new frontier inside the Beltway, ...

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  4. Ron Wolf Regrets Taking Shot at Mike Holmgren

    Back in Super Bowl XXXII, played in January 1998, the Green Bay Packers were the defending champions and looking for two in a row. The NFC had won 13 straight Super Bowls, and the Packers were a double-digit favorite over the Denver Broncos to make it 14.

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  5. Green Bay Packers' Biggest Free Agent Decision: Corey Williams

    Teams say they want to keep their free agents. Those players usually agree that they'd like to return—if the price is right, that is. That's the catch...

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  6. No Surprises in Pittsburgh: LaMarr Woodley Can Play

    Despite winning the Lombardi Award as a senior (given to the best lineman in the country), then Michigan defensive end LaMarr Woodley was only drafted in the second round by the Pittsburgh Steelers...

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  7. Carolina Panthers in Line for Busy Offseason

    The Carolina Panthers have a lot of decisions to make this month, as they try to figure out how to fix a team that finished 7-9 and out of the playoffs for the second straight year...

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  8. Miami Dolphins' Roster Moves Could Make For a "Long" Draft

    The Miami Dolphins said goodbye to nine players on Monday, but the release of three offensive tackles—including 2007 starter L.J...

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  9. Buffalo Bills Should Re-sign Michael Gaines

    All Bills fans want is for the tight end spot to be adequate. Mediocrity would be an upgrade compared to the virtually insignificant advances they've generally gotten from the location over the past few seasons...

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  10. NFL Free Agency: Six Keepers for the Raiders

    Just as much fun as the draft and for some reason not nearly as prone to rampant speculation, the NFL's free agency period is now under three weeks away...

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  11. Pro Bowl: Fans Make Hawaii Ugly for Patriots

    As one of the five or six human beings who actually looks forward to the Pro Bowl, I must frankly call BS on one aspect of this year's game: The fans...

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  12. Dolphins Release Nine, Including Trent Green and Marty Booker

    Under new management the Miami Dolphins cleaned house on the first day of the waiver period. They cut nine players, including wide receiver Marty Booker, quarterback Trent Green, tackle L.J...

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  13. Steelers Will Stick with Grass at Heinz Field

    Heeding the wishes of their players and ignoring the criticism from everyone else, the Pittsburgh Steelers will keep a grass surface on Heinz Field...

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  14. The Great 18: Unit Evaluation of the Pittsburgh Steelers

    The NFL's free agency period, set to commence Feb. 29, is looming. Here at RealFootball365.com, we are in the process of setting the Pittsburgh Steelers' priorities before they delve into the free-agent market...

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  15. 49ers Future: Mike Martz Will Utilize Talented TE Vernon Davis

    In the wake of Mike Martz's arrival in the Bay Area—where he’ll try to revive the San Francisco 49ers' offense—the biggest question is the obvious one: Who will be his quarterback?Okay, ...

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  16. Kansas City Chiefs Position Analysis: Running Back

    Continuing the position-by-position look at the Chiefs, we turn our attention to the running backs. Larry Johnson To say the 2007 campaign didn't go well for the two-time Pro Bowler would probably be something of an understatement...

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  17. Redskins News: Dan Snyder Goes on Tilt in Hiring Jim Zorn

    I asked my wife to forgive me Saturday night for dropping a half-empty bottle of beer on the floor in our TV room. I had just finished watching a classic poker showdown from 2004, when Daniel ...

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  18. Raiders News: Money for Nothing Not Enough for Tyler Brayton

    The last time Oakland Raiders defensive end Tyler Brayton deliberately removed himself from action with the Silver and Black, he was caught using his knee as a alternative form of contraception...

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  19. Tom Coughlin's Stamp Still on Jaguars

    Tom Coughlin didn't leave the Jacksonville Jaguars on the best of terms. He was fired after the 2002 season, having served as the head man in the expansion franchise's first eight seasons...

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  20. Kellen Winslow's Contract Demands: Whatever, Winslow

    Cleveland tight end Kellen Winslow continues to be one of the NFL's most narcissistic and illogical players.In spite of the fact that he is already well compensated and is planning to have a ...

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  21. Seahawks Had Reasons for Announcing Mora's Promotion Now

    Tod Leiweke and Tim Ruskell said they wanted to get this out of the way so everyone—including potential free agents—would know who would be in charge in 2009. But there are a couple of other reasons they did it now...

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  22. "Show Me the Money" Time for the Arizona Cardinals

    "Show me the money!" It was a phrase made popular by fictional Arizona Cardinals receiver Rod Tidwell in the movie Jerry Maguire...

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  23. 49ers News: Carmen Policy Trying to Keep Niners in San Francisco

    Denise DeBartolo York deserves your respect. But according to one man, the Youngstown, Ohio native lacks the intensely-competitive mindset that made her brother such an unprecedented success with the San Francisco 49ers...

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  24. Daniel Snyder's Surprise: Jim Zorn Named Redskins' Coach

    In a surprising move Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder has promoted recently hired offensive coordinator Jim Zorn to head coach, eschewing three other candidates—Jim Fassel, Steve Mariucci, and Ron Meeks...

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  25. Eagles News: Philly Hangs Franchise Tag on L.J. Smith

    In a somewhat surprising move, the Philadelphia Eagles have placed the franchise-player tag on tight end L.J. Smith. The move means the team is tendering Smith a one-year deal worth $4...

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