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Jadeveon Clowney Played Last Season With Hernia?


That sports hernia Jadeveon Clowney had operated on a couple weeks ago? He may have been playing with it throughout his last season at South Carolina. Does that explain the criticism of Clowney's...

Brett Favre's Ankle Will Not Be Overshadowed


With so much talk about Dwight Freeney's ankle this week, there was no chance we would get all the way to Sunday without something leaking out about how banged up Brett Favre was after the NFC...

Around the NFL: FAVRE!, Making a Fashion Statement; and Andre Smith


Discussing news from around the NFL on June 22, 2009.

NFL and Comcast to Kiss and Make Up?


While Vikings fans remain enamored with He Who Shall Not Be Named, the NFL and Comcast are close to striking a deal that would make everyone happy.

Someone in the MSM has finally looked at Bus Cook


Don Banks at SI looks at Cutler and Cook's other QB clients. "Bus is turning up the heat because he knows there has been a tremendous amount of change going on there in Denver. He's trying to break the organization, break the ownership, now that it's just Bowlen and these two young guys. There are new people in Denver and they exposed themselves with the dabbling they did [in trade talks], and now they've got an agent trying to make it as miserable as he can for them. He's creating some pressure through the media, and trying to see how strong these three are going to be. Will they sit there and be able to take the heat? Something like this can bring an organization to its knees.'' One veteran agent with several high-profile NFL clients said that everything that has unfolded in Denver regarding Cutler in the past three weeks fits nicely under the heading of a "classic case of an agent trying to get his guy traded.''

Another Offseason, Another Quarterback Controversy


Discussing the current antics of NFL agent James "Bus" Cook.

Jay Cutler, Bus Cook, and the Soil From Which Record-Setting Contracts Grow


The reasons behind the Jay Cutler saga in Denver.

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