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  1. Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright made our off-season "Making the Leap" series based on his run-after-catch potential after shedding the extra weight that he carried as a disappointing rookie.At the midseason mark, Wright's 90-reception pace has the Titans' coaching staff predicting greatness".He is well on his way to becoming one of the top playmakers at the receiver spot in the...

  2. Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 3:11 AM

    Source: Colts Try out Deion Branch

    Fromn NationalFootballPost.comn on December 11, 2013n readn Sharen Tweetn Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse more storiesNextn Otto Greule Jr/Getty Imagesn The Indianapolis Colts worked out former New England Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch, according to a league source. Continue Reading on NationalFootballPost.com »n Sharen Tweetn G+n Flag Articlen This...

  3. Although Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin promised to expand Mike Wallace's role after a one-catch performance in the season opener, the big-ticket free-agent acquisition has been a high-profile flop through eight weeks.On Thursday's edition of "Around The League Live", NFL Media's Kurt Warner suggested that Philbin's early-season adjustment to Wallace's route tree is one of the primary reasons...

  4. Albert Haynesworth went hard at Mike Shanahan this week.On Thursday, the Washington Redskins coach delivered a substantial counter punch.Haynesworth, considered by many to be the biggest free-agency bust of all time, eviscerated his former coach on Tennessee Sports Radio, calling Shanahan "conniving" and suggesting Shanahan will eventually "run RGIII into the ground"".Let me put it this way:...

  5. Fromn NYDailyNews.comn on December 9, 2013n readn Sharen Tweetn Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse more storiesNextn Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Imagesn All week, questions abounded over whether Ed Reed should be starting for the Jets. All week, Rex Ryan said Reed would start unless injured. Continue Reading on NYDailyNews.com »n Sharen Tweetn G+n Flag Articlen This...

  6. Albert Haynesworth went hard at Mike Shanahan this week.On Thursday, the Washington Redskins coach delivered a substantial counter punch.Haynesworth, considered by many to be the biggest free-agency bust of all time, eviscerated his former coach on Tennessee Sports Radio, calling Shanahan "conniving" and suggesting Shanahan will eventually "run RGIII into the ground"". .Let me put it this...

  7. Dez Bryant's much-debated sideline behavior in Week 8 wasn't much different than the histrionics that endeared Hall of Famer and fellow wide receiver Michael Irvin to his Dallas Cowboys teammates.Appearing on NFL Network's "NFL Total Access Kickoff" on Thursday, Irvin went a step further, suggesting that Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo's timidity is more of an issue than Bryant's demonstrative...

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