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  1. I added some pics....will add more later today. :)

  2. Didn't know that E. Lynn had a new book out.....have to read that......I am not a fan of Eric J. Dickey anymore.
  3. TO will be good the first half of the season and even maybe the whole season to show that he isn't what they all were saying about him in Philly..........but he is gonna do or say something that Parcells isn't going to like and that is when he will start bitching again............TO can not and will not be happy until he is happy with himself on the inside......he needs serious counseling for all the anger/low-esteem issues that he has.
  4. I am gonna win this year!
  5. Thanks for the remind.........I forgot all about it!
  6. 1115345[/snapback] That's my boo! Yep with his country gold grill wearing ass.. 1115549[/snapback] I don't dispute that is your boo but the description of him is funny!
  7. What happened to the rest of the threads in this section?
  8. The Minnesota Vikings' worst fears were realized on Monday. Sources close to Vikings Pro Bowl quarterback Daunte Culpepper told FOXSports.com that Culpepper has suffered damage to his ACL, MCL and PCL and will miss the remainder of the season. The initial examination was unable to determine the extent of the damage to each ligament due to severe swelling in the area. But at some point soon, Culpepper will have season-ending surgery. Culpepper injured the knee on a 17-yard scramble during Sunday's loss to Carolina. The Vikings' season has been nothing short of a nightmare, lowlighted by the controversial "sex boat" scandal off the field and disappointing play on it. Brad Johnson is expected to be the team's starter, but the Vikings are now looking for a new backup quarterback. What better way to get out of your season, then to hurt yourself.......probably ain't nothing wrong with him.
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    Philadelphia Eagles: With kicker David Akers close to returning from a hamstring injury, the Eagles have shuffled their kicking game. The Eagles on Tuesday claimed kicker Jose Cortez off waivers from the Dallas Cowboys and released kicker Todd France. It took less than 24 hours for Cortez to find work after he was waived by the Cowboys on Monday. He missed a 29-yard field goal in Sunday's 13-10 loss to Seattle, and is 12-of-16 on the season. The release of France is surprising since he has kicked well in three games since replacing Akers, who is sidelined with a hamstring injury. France has made 6-of-7 field goals, with his only miss being a block. Eagles coach Andy Reid has indicated that Akers may return for this weekend's game against Denver. "If he's not back this week, he'll be back the next week," Reid told the Philadelphia Inquirer. "We will see how he does by Wednesday." Minnesota Vikings: Defensive tackle Kevin Williams was placed on a year's probation and fined $1,000 after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct in a domestic dispute. Williams, who entered his plea Tuesday in Hennepin County District Court, acknowledged having a loud argument with his wife, Tasha, at their Minnetonka home in August. Williams, a first-round pick from Oklahoma State and the ninth player taken overall in the 2003 NFL draft, was also ordered to undergo counseling. • The team signed receiver Jason Anderson and defensive ends Elton Patterson and Eric Taylor to their practice squad. Anderson signed with the Tennessee Titans as an undrafted rookie out of Wake Forest, but was released prior to training camp and spent the preseason with New England. Patterson previously spent time with Cincinnati and Jacksonville, appearing in eight games. Taylor was picked by Pittsburgh in the seventh round in 2004 and spent that season with the Steelers' practice squad. To make room, the Vikings released defensive ends Earl Cochran and Eric Coleman from the practice squad. They had one spot open after promoting linebacker Heath Farwell to the active roster last week. Tennessee Titans: A West Virginia judge has added 90 days to Pacman Jones' probation for violating terms related to a 2002 incident, the Tennessean of Nashville reported Jones reportedly did not make consistent contact with his probation officer. Jones' probation was scheduled to end on Thursday. Judge Robert Stone in Morgantown extended the probation by 90 days, though the state requested for it to be extended up to a year, the Tennessean reported. "We felt it should not be extended at all,'' Jones' attorney, David Straface, told the paper. "We felt he did make sufficient contact. The court felt he should have had more contact." In October 2003, Jones was sentenced to one year in jail following a bar fight while he was a student at West Virginia, but the sentence was suspended and he was placed on two years' probation, the Tennessean reported. • The tean agreed to terms with wide receiver Sloan Thomas, moving him from the practice squad to the active roster to help relieve a shortage of healthy receivers. The Titans (2-5) released receiver Andrae Thurman after he violated team rules and to make room for running back Travis Henry, who is returning from a four-game suspension. Brandon Jones had tests on his sore right knee, and Drew Bennett will be out against Oakland (2-4) on Sunday. That leaves the Titans with five receivers, including Thomas, if Jones is able to play. Coach Jeff Fisher said Monday the team was considering bumping up Thomas. The 6-foot-2, 212-pound receiver joined the Titans' practice squad after being waived by Houston in training camp. At the University of Texas, he had 88 catches for 1,362 yards and 12 touchdowns. Green Bay Packers: The Packers opted against signing talkative, controversial wide receiver Freddie Mitchell, instead adding former Packers practice squad player Andrae Thurman, who was cut by the Titans this week, ESPN.com's John Clayton reports. The Packers also re-signed running back Walt Williams, released wide receiver Jamal Jones and placed Ahman Green on injured reserve. Mitchell was on the receiving end of the fourth-and-26 pass that helped the Eagles oust the Packers from the playoffs in 2003 when he was with Philadelphia. Mitchell has been out of action since being released by Kansas City on Sept. 3 after failing to stick with the Chiefs over the summer after talking his weay out of Philadelphia. Indianapolis Colts: The Colts waived cornerback Donald Strickland and defensive end Nathaniel Adibi. Both players had been placed on injured reserve and would have missed the rest of the season. Strickland was a third-round pick out of Colorado in 2003, but has been slowed by injuries throughout his career. Colts coaches expected Strickland to compete for a starting job at training camp this year, but he missed most of camp and all of the preseason with a hamstring injury. He started the season opener against Baltimore, but aggravated the injury and was placed on injured reserve Sept. 14. Adibi signed as a free agent during the offseason but was slowed by a shoulder injury and was placed on injured reserve Aug. 12. Cleveland Browns: The Browns placed cornerback Gary Baxter on injured reserve, ending his season, and promoted rookie wide receiver Brandon Rideau from the practice squad. Baxter is out after tearing a pectoral muscle in Sunday's loss to the Detroit Lions and undergoing surgery. Baxter was one of Cleveland's biggest offseason acquisitions, signing a six-year, $30 million free agent contract in March. He finished the season with 20 tackles and two interceptions. Rideau, an undrafted free agent from Kansas, was the biggest surprise of Cleveland's training camp. He made the team at the club's deepest position before being placed on the practice squad. He finished the exhibition season with seven catches for 84 yards. The Browns also signed linebacker Clifton Smith to the practice squad. He spent the past two seasons with the Washington Redskins. San Francisco 49ers: Cornerback Willie Middlebrooks re-signed with the 49ers, and center Norm Katnik was sent back to the practice squad. The 49ers acquired Middlebrooks from the Denver Broncos during the preseason in a trade for defensive end John Engelberger. He was among the 49ers' final cuts, but was re-signed on Sept. 28. Middlebrooks hurt his groin, and San Francisco released him again before last Sunday's game against Washington so Katnik, a second-year pro from Southern California, could be elevated from the practice squad to be a backup lineman. Detroit Lions: The Lions waived long snapper Joe Maese and signed Jody Littleton to replace him. The team also waived running back Larry Croom from their practice squad and signed tight end Sean McHugh and defensive tackle Kevin Carberry to the practice squad. Littleton, who spent training camp with the Lions before being waived in August, has played in 13 NFL games. He originally spent time with the Lions in the 2003 preseason and then was signed in December. Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals have re-signed wide receiver-kick returner J.J. Moses. The move came one day after the surprise release of wide receiver Charles Lee, who was the team's No. 4 wide receiver with 11 catches for 152 yards. The Cardinals had claimed Moses off waivers from the Chicago Bears on Aug. 30, but released him six days later. The 5-foot-6, 175-pound Moses appeared in 30 games over the last two seasons as the punt returner and kick returner for the Houston Texans.
  10. IRVING, Texas (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys waived kicker Jose Cortez on Monday, one day after he missed a 29-yard field goal in a 13-10 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. The Cowboys signed rookie Shaun Suisham to take his place. "Just been too many erratic things," said Cowboys coach Bill Parcells, who added that Cortez was "terrible" during pregame warmups Sunday. Cortez made 12-of-16 field goals and was 3-of-6 on attempts longer than 40 yards. In a 16-13 win against the Giants on Oct. 15, Cortez won the game on a 45-yard field goal in overtime. Bill Parcells don't play!
  11. Arrington leads Redskins in tackles in return to field WASHINGTON -- Well, well, well, check out who led the Washington Redskins in tackles Sunday: LaVar Arrington. That's right, the same LaVar Arrington who didn't play a single down on defense in the preceding two games. The same LaVar Arrington who's been involved in an off-field soap opera of "he said, he said" with head coach Joe Gibbs and assistant Gregg Williams, involving why the linebacker hasn't been playing and when he might again. Playing mostly in long-yardage situations in the first half, but on the field much more in the second, Arrington was credited with seven tackles and two assists in Washington's 52-17 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. "I was just happy to be out there. I don't care what package, I don't care how they use me," Arrington said. "The interaction between me and the coaches has gotten a little better. I felt there was a different type of vibe between us, which was kind of good. It took some tension out of the air." He played often as a rushing end and also dropped into coverage. Coincidence or not, the 49ers often ran plays away from Arrington, sometimes rolling out quarterback Alex Smith. "He responded. He looked like he made plays," Gibbs said. "That was good for us and it was good for him." In the first quarter, Arrington tracked Smith down from behind near the sideline. Linebacker Chris Clemons greeted Arrington with a leaping hug, as though to say, "Glad to have you back!" Arrington stopped running back Kevan Barlow for a 4-yard loss on the final play of the first half and pulled down wideout Rasheed Marshall for a 7-yard loss on a reverse. He collected high-fives and back slaps from teammates and was his usually animated self, waving to the crowd to ask for louder cheering and bouncing around before plays. "I felt a whole lot of stuff. I'm overwhelmed in this experience," Arrington said. "I'm happy the coaching staff gave me the opportunity to go out there and help. I just want to be a part, and it feels good." He was relegated to spot duty in Washington's first three games, then didn't enter on defense at all the next two. The team offered all sorts of partial explanations, from Arrington's slow recovery from knee surgery to problems in practice to his hit-or-miss playing style. Arrington said he wasn't told exactly why he wasn't playing; Gibbs said he's spoken to Arrington "more than any other player I've ever coached in 30 years, probably three times more." This week, Williams gave the strongest indication to date that Arrington was close to getting back on the field, saying: "We really think he's taken some strides physically, not only from the schematic standpoint, but physically. It looks like his legs are back." Whatever was keeping Arrington out, his teammates were pleased to see him back. "I've been encouraging LaVar the whole time because I know what he can do. He had an outstanding game and I'm proud of him," offensive lineman Chris Samuels said. "It's just a boost for all of us. It's another force other teams have to focus on."
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