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Sunday, January 25, 2015

Football

Marcus McNeill Caves Reports to Chargers

Chargers GM A.J. Smith may be called the “Lord of No Rings,” but he caused left tackle Marcus McNeill to blink. The two-time Pro Bowler decided to sign his $630,000 tender and report to the team Saturday. McNeill was seeking a long-term deal with the Chargers and even turned down a $3.168 million tender earlier…Read More

Josh Cribbs Called His Own Touchdown

The Cleveland Browns are 0-2 and averaging just 14 points per game this season. Perhaps it would be more if they let Josh Cribbs call the plays. Cribbs already serves as the team’s kick returner, punt returner, wildcat quarterback, occasional running back, and deep threat wide receiver. Maybe they can add offensive coordinator to his…Read More

Prime Time Preview: Cowboys at Texans

This week, our LBS Week 3 Prime Time Preview takes us to Houston for a crucial match-up between the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans, as they battle for bragging rights in the Lonestar State. Last week’s Game of The Week proved to be a good one, with Randy Moss making a ridiculous catch but the…Read More

John Harbaugh Stands by Joe Flacco

The Ravens lost to the Bengals Sunday in their second low-scoring game of the season. Quarterback Joe Flacco did pretty well in week one against the Jets’ tough defense, but he had a career-worst four interceptions against Cincinnati. With a veteran like Marc Bulger behind him on the depth chart, some people were wondering if…Read More

Monday Night Will be True Test for Bears

Monday Night Football is important no matter what team for whom you play or against whom you’re playing. It’s an opportunity to showcase yourself nationwide to millions of football fans and it’s a chance to prove that you’re better than people think. The coming Monday night match-up is one that I can get excited about–Chicago…Read More

Tanard Jackson Suspended Indefinitely for Substance Abuse, Likely Weed

Larrybrownsports.com has just learned that Buccaneers safety Tanard Jackson is done for the season after violating the league’s policy on substance abuse. In fact, as a repeat violator who already was suspended four games last season, Jackson has been suspended indefinitely without pay. He’ll be eligible for reinstatement a year from today. Jackson is a…Read More

Time to Abolish Icing the Kicker Rule

This past weekend the Houston Texans beat the Washington Redskins in overtime thanks to the sleuthing maneuverings of coach Gary Kubiak. In the opening weekend of the college football season, Utah coach Kyle Whittingham made the same move and saw it backfire. Regardless of the outcome, the trick needs to go. Icing the kicker. You’ve…Read More

Time for Cowboys to Panic

Sitting at the bottom of the NFC East with a record of 0-2, the Dallas Cowboys have found themselves in an extremely unfortunate position.  Not only were the Cowboys expected to win their division and make it to the postseason in 2010, they were considered by many to be a Super Bowl contender.  Two games…Read More

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