Paul K looks at the Chris Simms signing with a usual mix of cynicism and pith while he looks at several other AFC South news items.
You have to wonder if maybe Chris Simms' signing over Patrick ey has to do with a comfort level with fellow Longhorn Vince Young?
Whatever the reasoning for the signing was, Simms is doing all he can to get close friend Bo Scaife to come join the off-season program.
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Gary Horton of ESPN's Scouts Inc. previews the 2010 Titans and the pre-draft state of the roster (Insider Subscription required). The piece is much more spot on if you replace all instances off 'consistent' with 'mediocre'
Head on over to the NFL Fanhouse and vote for who you think the Titans should draft with the 16th pick... I see that JPP is still available.
Vinnie Lyer of the Sporting News takes a look at the big four DE prospects in this draft, and projects everyone's favorite prospect to go to us at no. 16.
Texans money-man Bob McNair is one of the uber-rich, new money block of owners who have repeatedly opposed the revenue sharing and salary cap. However here, he's got his hat in his hand on the Bloomberg network pleading poverty by proxy as he says that many players are still left on the FA and RFA markets because owners don't have enough money to sign them. What are the owners going to do next, engineer a Congressional bailout?
Ben Roethlisberger will not be prosecuted for most likely raping that chick in a sleazy Georgia bathroom. Apparently his check cleared because the accuser asked that charges not be filed; though she specifically did not say that Rapeyberger was innocent, rather that she and her family didn't want their names pounded into a pulp like say... Kobe's accuser.
The family of the late-Rams owner Georgia Frontiere has decided to sell their majority share in the Rams' franchise to minority owner Stan Kroenke.
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