Sam's Drunk Dog wrote:Someone told me that the last two Super Bowl winners (Packers and Giants) also happened to be the first teams the Eagles played at home that season. Guess who the Eagles played in their home opener this season?
columbia wrote:Sam's Drunk Dog wrote:Someone told me that the last two Super Bowl winners (Packers and Giants) also happened to be the first teams the Eagles played at home that season. Guess who the Eagles played in their home opener this season?
The reclamation of Russell will follow a tricky road for a quarterback who was always known more for his physical blessings than technique. Russell, 27, who has effectively been out of football since tryouts with the Washington Redskins and Miami Dolphins in 2010, might find overcoming himself his biggest challenge. Currently at 308 pounds, Russell is down from the 320 pounds he weighed this past fall and has been focusing on cardio conditioning the past six weeks to lose the weight.
Yahoo! Sports has learned that Russell’s mentor through this whole process is former NFL wide receiver Mike Clayton, who like Russell is a LSU product. Over the next couple months, Russell will be training with Brian Martin of TEST Football Academy and TEST West, whose draft products include Joe Flacco and Patrick Peterson among others. In addition, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jeff Garcia (quarterback technique training), Olympian Ato Boldon (speed training and analysis), Dr. Robert Price of Elite Minds (mental and psychological analysis), former NFL wide receiver Quinn Early (disciplinary work and focus), former New York Giants quarterback Scott Brunner (reading defenses and classroom sessions) and NFL Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk (reading defenses) will work as part of the team trying to reclaim the quarterback’s promise.
canaan wrote:he lost 12 pounds in 6 weeks doing cardio? i lost 12 pounds in 2 weeks just eating better and not drinking.
what a joke.
Idoit40fans wrote:When you're in shape, its hard to lose weight fast. :pop:
So, the Visa NFL Fan Experience commercials feature a random ordinary guy giving the 49ers a pep talk and a little girl interviewing Ray Lewis. These commercials came out at the beginning of the season, but feature the two teams playing in the Superbowl. Coincidence or is the NFL rigged?
canaan wrote:Idoit40fans wrote:When you're in shape, its hard to lose weight fast. :pop:
if you're 300+ lbs, you can cut weight and then bulk muscle. the dude is a tubby dump truck.
Weather may be an issue, but that won't stop us from bringing you a running account of the biggest hits and most exciting plays in this year's star-studded NFL Pro Bowl.
7:00 p.m.: Kickoff is moments away. Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will be our guides for the evening. Let's go!
10:35 p.m.: Well, that's a wrap. The NFC beats the AFC 62-35. Phil Dawson (above) is your MVP. Thanks for joining us again!
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