9:20 PM EST, Sun January 25, 2015
NFC East Rumors & News
The Odell Beckham, er Pro Bowl, is Sunday night. Here is your game time and TV channel. Watch Odell Beckham Jr. represent the New York Giants in the 2015 NFL Pro Bowl Sunday night on ESPN. Game time is 8 p.m. ET on ESPN. The game will be played at University of Phoenix Stadium, home of next Sunday's Super Bowl 49 between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks. Beckham will play for 'Team Irvin,' coached by Hall of Famer Michael Irvin, who made him the fourth overall selection in the Pro Bowl draft. Beckham was the first rookie selected. The rookie told the New York Daily News that...
Newark Star-Ledger 1 hour ago
Odell Beckham's pregame performance was on point Sunday night.
Florida Times-Union 3 hours ago
Chris Polian, the Jaguars director of pro personnel, has interviewed a second time with the Philadelphia Eagles for a front office job according to philly.com. The Eagles are looking for an executive to work under coach Chip Kelly, who is now in charge of personnel after general manager Howie Roseman’s title changed from general manger to executive vice president in charge of football operations. That meant Kelly, in effect, became coach and general manage in charge of personnel and is looking for a top aide to work with him. read more
philly.com 3 hours ago
Chris Polian recently interviewed with the Eagles a second time for their personnel executive opening, an NFL source said. The Jaguars' director of pro personnel was one of the first candidates to meet with Eagles coach Chip Kelly and is the only known aspirant to have a second interview. The Eagles...
Blogging The Boys 1 hour ago
Enjoy this year's Pro Bowl. This is an open thread for game chat. Enjoy the NFL's annual All-Star game, the Pro Bowl. Plenty of Dallas Cowboys will be present on the field and on the sidelines coaching the game. How to watch Date: Sunday, January 25, 2015Time: 8 p.m. ETChannel: ESPNOnline streaming: WatchESPNLocation: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, ArizonaRosters: Team Carter | Team IrvinCoaches: Jason Garrett | John Harbaugh This is an open thread for game chat.
Packers Blog | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 1 hour ago
Green Bay --- The Washington Redskins have requested permission to interview Green Bay Packers executive Alonzo Highsmith, the Washington Post reported.
Birmingham News 3 hours ago
Philadelphia Eagles place-kicker Cody Parkey made 32 of his 36 field-goal attempts and all 54 of his extra-point kicks during the 2014 NFL season. That added up to an NFL single-season rookie record of 150 points and a trip to the Pro Bowl for the former Auburn kicker.
The NFL has warned the Seattle Seahawks that if Marshawn Lynch grabs his crotch — as he has done celebrating key touchdowns in his career — during Super Bowl XLIX, it will result in a 15-yard penalty against the Seahawks, according to ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio and NBC’s Pro Football Talk. Lynch has made the crotch-grab […]
Check out how fans of the WFAN host paid tribute with some amazing Francesa costumes.
The rabid fans known as Mongo Nation spouted some of Francesa's most famous lines while dressed like the WFAN host.
philly.com Jan 24, 2015
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Darren Sproles started practice with a video camera strapped to his chest on Friday. Midway through the session, the Eagles running back wanted to take it off. Never mind that he was practicing for the Pro Bowl, an exhibition in which the only football activity less intense than the game are the practices leading up to it.
Brady called out by NFL greats Fran Tarkenton, Jerome Bettis and Mark Brunell.
Express-Times Jan 24, 2015
Did he really just dismiss SpyGate and reference My Cousin Vinny?
The Giants rookie wideout appears to be enjoying himself, mingling with some of the NFL's best players.
An interesting hire, as Johnson returns to New York.
Defensive backs coach Raheem Morris is expected to leave the Washington Redskins to accept a position with the Atlanta Falcons, multiple people with knowledge of the situation said. Morris is scheduled to interview with the Falcons some time this week for a hybrid assistant-defensive coordinator position under new Coach Dan Quinn, two sources said. But […]
Defensive backs coach Raheem Morris is expected to leave the Washington Redskins to accept a position with the Atlanta Falcons, multiple people with knowledge of the situation said.Morris is scheduled to interview with the Falcons some time this week for a hybrid assistant-defensive coordinator position under new Coach Dan Quinn, two sources said. But another person familiar with the plans said that meeting is basically a formality.Read full article >>