Ian Rapoport

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    November 5, 2014

    Ryan Mallett to Start: Preparing for Change at Quarterback for the Houston Texans

    This is one of those posts where I start off by giving the colloquial definition of "insanity." Not the Webster's meaning, in which it's defined as "extreme foolishness or irrationality" (although that would certainly qualify for anyone continuing to trot Ryan Fitzpatrick out at quarterback). I'm ta ... More >>

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    November 4, 2014

    Frustrated Andre Johnson: "I Just Need To Go To An Island Or Something" (w/ AUDIO)

    For Andre Johnson, 2014 and the subsequent next few seasons are about two things -- getting in the best possible position to win a Super Bowl, and putting together a few more stellar individual seasons together to help fortify his case for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. If you're reading this blog ... More >>

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    July 11, 2014

    Andre Johnson Reportedly Wants to Be Traded

    Well, now we at least know something. After months of cryptic interviews, nebulous filibusters by his uncle, and vague implications that he would hopefully-be-coming-back-but-I-don't-think-I'm-coming-back, we at least know something as it pertains to Andre Johnson, his desires, and what's causing a ... More >>

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    March 11, 2014

    Schaub Watch 2014: Could He Stay Or Should He Go?

    You always have to read the signs, and sometimes the signs can be subtle. I've said before that one very underplayed way to gauge where a player stands with a franchise is the pricing of their jerseys in the team store. I've shared the story about going to Cowboys Stadium during the 2011 lockout an ... More >>

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    May 30, 2013

    JaMarcus Russell Is Reportedly (Relatively) Svelte, and the NFL May Be Interested

    As the trail of the NFL offseason winds through Organized Team Activities and training camp draws closer and closer, I am getting more and more nervous about my NFL quarterback-related bet that I have with my co-host John Granato. To refresh you memory, the bet goes like this: True or false: Out o ... More >>