Darren Sharper doesn’t know where he’ll be playing this season. But with his left knee healed and his body primed from intensive summer workouts, the veteran safety with Hall of Fame credentials is ready to bring his sharper image to some team’s secondary.
Jason La Canfora of the NFL Network said Wednesday night that the Dolphins “might actually set the market for Reggie Bush” if the New Orleans Saints release him as expected.
Our definition of clutch goes a little something like this: A big play, and in one case, series of plays, in a big game at a crucial moment in time. It’s a play that if it doesn’t happen, the outcome is likely changed in the game.
An agreement in principle that would end the four-month-long N.F.L. lockout is within reach for the first time after negotiators for players and owners finally settled on a rookie wage system, clearing one of the last major hurdles that had separated the sides, a person briefed on negotiations said Thursday.
For four months, we’ve been hearing players explain how they are staying in shape in its midst, working out privately and with other teammates. And for four months, there has been little to no news. Not to write about, not to read about, nothing.
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Topics: 2011 NFL Free Agency, 2011 NFL Lockout, Chris Ivory, Danny Clark, Drew Brees, Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints, NFL, NFLPA, Pierre Thomas, Reggie Bush, San Francisco 49′ers, Scott Shanle, Takeo Spikes, Transition Rules