By BILLY HEYEN Zuril Hendrick (Pittsford Mendon), Marquis Young (Fairport) and Micah Wright participated in NFL rookie mini-camps last weekend. None were immediately signed by the teams they were in camp with, but all three received further mini-camp invites from different teams. Hendrick will work out with the Denver Broncos this weekend. Young will be […]
I challenge you, loyal readers, to view the picture below and provide a captivating caption that will cause “the shores a-crowding” with “people all exulting.”
This afternoon, quarterback Kerry Collins announced that his sixteen year NFL career would be coming to a close. The 38-year-old Collins most recently played for the Tennessee Titans…
But here you were, heading to the New England Patriots. A frenzied fan base, a team that was in the midst of a dynasty and Tom Brady!! C’mon admit it.. you thought you had found the Holy Grail, didn’t you? C’mon… admit it.
I’m really looking forward to see if the Texans can finally jump that hurdle to earn their first playoff appearance. The Colts, I believe, will once again have what it takes to make another deep playoff run. Maybe another game in February?
“It’s extremely hard to excel in one area – take a look at a player like Michael Jordan, for example – but the flip side of that is, everyone can be mediocre.”
It’s just that New England needed a late-game gift from the Bills in week one, and the Pats didn’t learn their lesson for week two. Consider this – New England is 1-1. They have played eight quarters of football. Outside of the fourth quarter in week one, the Pats have scored one touchdown. So for seven quarters, Tom Brady and company have crossed the goal line once. No, that’s not right. Or is it? Wait for seven quarters – three at home against the Buffalo Bills and four versus the New York Jets, New England has managed one touchdown. Geez, Tom Brady better consider himself lucky he doesn’t live in Buffalo. One can only imagine what the delinquents would scrawl on his lawn about Giselle.