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    Ima 100 godina, standardno dobra odluka menadzmenta Steelersa. Odavno je prosao prime, samo sto je dobar i tvrd igrac pa se vukao do sada.
    Na celom svetu samo Crvena zvezda

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    NFL salary cap projections for 2012 season

    Cincinnati Bengals $80,641,237
    Tennessee Titans $92,739,765
    Washington Redskins $94,351,284
    Kansas City Chiefs $95,844,195
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers $98,899,458
    Atlanta Falcons $100,227,174
    Denver Broncos $101,389,121
    New England Patriots $101,827,381
    Chicago Bears $101,887,741
    San Francisco 49ers $102,938,980
    Cleveland Browns $103,789,162
    Jacksonville Jaguars $107,270,274
    Buffalo Bills $108,426,522
    Seattle Seahawks $111,742,430
    San Diego Chargers $111,960,165
    New Orleans Saints $113,358,069
    Philadelphia Eagles $113,964,694
    Baltimore Ravens $115,670,281
    Minnesota Vikings $116,078,422
    Houston Texans $116,306,676
    Miami Dolphins $116,636,173
    Indianapolis Colts $116,773,288
    Green Bay Packers $118,001,169
    Arizona Cardinals $118,787,639
    St. Louis Rams $120,982,904
    Detroit Lions $122,760,121
    New York Giants $124,735,807
    New York Jets $128,092,733
    Dallas Cowboys $128,910,735
    Carolina Panthers $129,962,768
    Oakland Raiders $140,861,316
    Pittsburgh Steelers $149,885,537

    http://nfltraderumors.co/nfltr-featu...l-free-agents/

    Ovo iznad je lista za slobodnim agentima. Cini mi se da ima nekih gresaka,ali ok

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    Malo su se zeznuli, za Ortona jos stoji da je u Denveru i brise patike Timu

    Uz to, pogledajte kako je mali salary Patsima.
    Izmenio/la Nebojsa; 12.02.2012 u 20:53.
    Na celom svetu samo Crvena zvezda

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    Rekao sam da ima gresaka

    Bengalsi ce biti jaki kao zemlja u narednih nekoliko godina. Naravno,ako budu vukli pametne poteze.

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    Ne citam Bengalsi sada treba da rade na odbrani, napad im je kao bombona
    Na celom svetu samo Crvena zvezda

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    Ne bih se slozio kada je napad u pitanju. Odlican je naravno,ali im fali jedan dobar RB i jos jedan pristojan WR. Simpson je cirkuzant

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    Vec smo pricali o tome, Benson je sasvim dovoljan za sada. Ako mogu da iskopaju nekog sada super, ali mislim da ce i oni gledati da ojacaju odbranu. Defense wins Championships.
    Na celom svetu samo Crvena zvezda

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    Ma kakvi Bengas-i gazda im je najveca stipsa od svih NFL vlasnika tako da od njih ne treba ocekivati nista narucito u FA

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    Ljudi znam da je off topic,ali kako se dijeli NFL po konferencijama.
    "When I was young, I never wanted to leave the court until I got things exactly correct. My dream was to become a pro."-Larry Bird

    "Da budale svijetle ja bi bio zvjezda danica".

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    Imas dve konferencije:

    AFC i NFC, kao naslednici bivsih AFL i NFL koji su postojali do 70ih.

    Svaka konferencija ima 4 divizije sa cetiri tima, podeljene su geografski (bas cu da probam iz glave da izredjam):

    AFC North (Sever)
    Pittsburgh
    Baltimore
    Cincinnati
    Cleveland

    AFC East (Istok)
    New England
    Miami
    Buffalo
    NY Jets

    AFC West (Zapad)
    Denver
    Oakland
    Kansas City
    San Diego

    AFC South (Jug)
    Houston
    Indianapolis
    Jacksonville
    Tennessee

    NFC North
    Green Bay
    Chicago
    Detroit
    Minnesota

    NFC East
    NY Giants
    Dallas
    Philadelphia
    Washington

    NFC West
    San Francisco
    Arizona
    St Louis
    Seattle

    NFC South
    New Orleans
    Carolina
    Tampa Bay
    Atlanta
    Na celom svetu samo Crvena zvezda

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    After surgery, Rob Gronkowski eyes OTAs

    Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski spent yesterday morning undergoing arthroscopic ankle surgery to fix the injury that limited him during Super Bowl XLVI. If all goes well, he may not even have to miss organized team activities.

    Two sources with direct knowledge of the situation described a “successful” procedure to clean out the ankle that was injured in the AFC Championship Game win over the Ravens. With a 10-week timetable for recovery, Gronkowski could be rehabilitated as early as late-April, which gives him plenty of time for OTAs and minicamps.

    The injury was a high-ankle sprain, and it also included ligament damage. The so-called “Gronkle” was the talk of Indianapolis all week leading up to the loss to the Giants, with daily updates on his status and constant questions about whether he was practicing.

    He had just two catches for 26 yards in the Super Bowl, despite saying he was 100 percent afterward. His play said otherwise, a stark contrast to his 90-catch performance in 2011 that resulted in 1,327 yards and 17 touchdowns, the best year for a player at his position in NFL history.

    “The trainers did a good job for two weeks, so when it got to the gametime, I was ready to go,” Gronkowski said in a postgame interview. “It’ll be good to go, so I’m not worried about it at all.”

    At least now, it figures to be.

    Gronkowski’s surgery was done at Massachusetts General Hospital by Dr. George Theodore, who worked on Red Sox [team stats] such as Dustin Pedroia [stats] and Curt Schilling [stats], along with Patriots [team stats] quarterback Tom Brady [stats], a source said.

    The team has not announced the procedure or commented on his injury. Gronkowski may not have been effective during the game, but his toughness drew praise from his teammates.

    “He played his butt off,” quarterback Tom Brady said. “He fought. He came out to our practice on Thursday and it’s hard to believe he could play the game with the way he was feeling. He really toughed it out. He’s a tough guy. He had a great season for us.

    “You get bumps and bruises in this game and you have to fight through them and he did a great job of fighting and being very dependable for us.”

    Patriots notes

    After the game, Gronkowski and veteran Matt Light [stats] were among those who drew criticism from some local and national pundits. They were spotted dancing and partying with their shirts off after the Super Bowl loss to the Giants, with ex-Patriots like Rodney Harrison [stats] saying it was a disgrace.

    Team president Jonathan Kraft, speaking to ESPN Boston Radio, said he hadn’t seen the video. But Kraft offered words of caution for those who judged Gronkowski.

    “The guy is 100 percent passionate when it comes to football,” Kraft said. “He loves football. He wants to win. He doesn’t like losing. The team did accomplish a lot this year. Unfortunately, we fell just a little bit short of the ultimate goal. I do think that he and other players probably have different ways of both celebrating what we were able to achieve and dealing with the disappointment of the night.

    “It’s hard to personalize how any individual would deal with that and project it on someone else.”

    Kraft also painted an optimistic view of the team’s salary cap situation for this offseason and spoke to those who wondered whether coach Bill Belichick is considering retirement.
    “I wouldn’t assume it’s going to end any time soon,” Kraft said of the Belichick era.

    http://www.bostonherald.com/sports/f...ts#articleFull

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    Peyton Manning reports: Truth or fiction?
    Where and how the great quarterback will play is up in the air


    Peyton Manning can't throw a football well or strong or seemingly to his left at all, the NFL Network's Michael Lombardi reported this week in similar manner to other reports the previous week.

    Or Manning "threw it accurately, he threw it with a good, tight spiral and he threw it with velocity,'' and had "marked progress," as Manning's former general manager at Indianapolis, Bill Polian, told Pardon The Interruption this week.
    He isn't cleared to play football, as Colts owner Jim Irsay said. Or he "underwent a thorough medical re-evaluation as part of a postoperative visit with his surgeon" and "was cleared for football,'' according to Manning's doctor, Robert Watkins. said.

    He will retire, as actor Rob Lowe (a friend of Irsay), tweeted. Or he'll be ready to go when the 2012 season kicks off, according to his agent, Tom Condon, who said, "Peyton's not done."
    The only thing stranger than these conflicting comments is this question: What if they're all true?

    What if, as of today in mid-February, Manning can't throw well or strong or to his left in the way an NFL quarterback must, as Lombardi said. That's clearly what the Colts are putting out, if those are the sources.

    But what if he's making good progress, as Polian says, by throwing it accurately and with a good, tight spiral? That's obviously what Manning's side wants out because it's best for him.

    These conflicting reports aren't conflicting at all in that light. They just have different perspectives.

    Maybe Manning has talked of retirement on his bad days, his disappointing stretches, those times in any injury rehabilitation marked by lack of progress, as Lowe heard through Irsay.

    But certainly his outlook remains that he's going to play football, as Condon said. Why else would Manning be going through the daily drudgery or rehab if he didn't intend to play?

    The only truth is Manning isn't ready today. If he were, you would see video of his workouts across ESPN and replays of his best passes on YouTube, and general managers around the league would line up to talk.

    Instead, Manning worked out in a cloak of silence at Duke this week, broken only by a player tweeting he was there. That's the Peyton update. Well, that and Irsay tweeting out, "There's no news on Peyton."

    There's little chance Manning's arm will be better when the Colts release him at some point before the March 8 deadline to avoid paying him $28 million. The question remains: When it will improve. May? August? Ever?

    So the issue is how much risk the Dolphins and other teams will assume. This is how it always is with injury. Team doctors don't give a thumbs up or thumbs down to clear players. It's not that simple.

    They rate players on a scale of one to seven in regard to future health. In the case of the Dolphins' doctors, they generally get a consensus of a handful of top doctors in that particular field.

    So then it simply becomes a question of risk. The Dolphins have gone down this road before and lost. Remember Eddie Moore? He was a medical risk, Dave Wannstedt still drafted him (over Anquan Boldin) and Moore got hurt.

    Drew Brees? The consensus of top doctors is he had a 20 percent chance to return to top form while Daunte Culpepper had an 80 percent chance. The Dolphins played the odds. They got played by them.

    The Dolphins clearly are moving forward on Manning. They expect him to become a free agent. They want him to sign with them. And none of the apparently conflicting reports on Manning will change that.

    That's because they aren't conflicting, for the most part. They just aren't telling the perspective they're coming from. And which side — the Colts' or Manning's — they're taking in this.

    Lombardi said he didn't look like a NFL quarterback.

    "Generally, he looked like a pretty confident quarterback out there," Polian said.

    You might as well cover your ears. None of the updates matter today. The only question that matters is the one no one can answer today:

    Will Manning be ready when the season starts?

    http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/m...1436976.column

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    Eagles to franchise Jackson, sources say

    The Eagles are going to franchise DeSean Jackson, count on it.
    They will not let their Pro Bowl receiver - whose contract is set to expire - walk without getting something in return, according to NFL sources.
    So that means the Eagles will do one of three things before March 5:

    They will franchise Jackson and keep him for the 2012 season.

    They will franchise and then trade him.

    Or they will agree to a contract extension with the 25-year-old, an unlikely proposition at this point.

    Feb. 20 is the first day NFL teams are permitted to franchise one player before he reaches free agency. March 5 is the deadline. At 4 p.m. on March 13 the league year starts and players with four or more years of service who are not under contract are eligible to become unrestricted free agents.

    Jackson, who signed a four-year, $3 million deal as a rookie in 2008, will not reach the open market because the Eagles are expected to franchise him. The receiver would stand to earn approximately $9.5 million - nearly $9 million more than he made in base salary last season - if he played next season under the tag.

    Jackson said immediately following the season finale that he would be fine with the franchise designation. While he declined to answer that same question nine days ago while in Indianapolis for the Super Bowl, sources close to the receiver said that he would not balk at signing the Eagles' one-year tender.

    The Eagles' motivations for franchising Jackson are clear. For one, they would retain a dynamic receiver - one who is a vital part of their offense - for what could be a Super Bowl-or-bust season. Jeffrey Lurie and Andy Reid have already stressed continuity, with the Eagles owner keeping Reid and with the coach keeping most of his staff in place.

    Jackson's play slipped some last season, partly due to his distraction over his contract, but he still caught 58 passes for 961 yards and four touchdowns. His deep routes and ability to take multiple defenders often opened up the Eagles offense underneath.

    But a price tag of nearly $10 million - franchised players are paid the average of the top five at their position - could impel the Eagles to franchise Jackson with the intent of trading him.

    Jackson's worth is difficult to define. He can score from almost anywhere and in a variety of ways. But when the Eagles advance into the red zone and the field compresses, his production slips dramatically. Last season, he caught just two passes for 14 yards and one touchdown inside the 20.

    Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker, a potential free agent, caught 17 passes for 133 yards and six TDs in the red zone. The Saints' Marques Colston (10-97-4), the Chiefs' Dwayne Bowe (7-49-3) and the Chargers' Vincent Jackson (6-29-4) - all possible free agents - also had better numbers than Jackson in the red zone.

    The Eagles already have a pretty good red zone receiver in Jeremy Maclin, and tight end Brent Celek and running back LeSean McCoy are viable receiving options close to the goal line.

    Still, the team will need to replace Jackson with someone better than backup Riley Cooper if they choose to trade him. The above free agents are candidates, as are a number of second-tier wideouts and possibly one of a number of highly regarded draft prospects.

    The Eagles have often said that any player is up for sale for the right offer, but Jackson could bring a significant return from any number of teams that are in need of a playmaker, especially one who stretches the field. Playoff teams like the Patriots, 49ers, and Ravens immediately come to mind.

    While player-for-player trades are rare in the NFL, the Eagles could choose to fill a hole at linebacker or safety by parting with a player who plays a position the Eagles are deep in. Of course, the number of talented receivers on the market could make it difficult for the Eagles to find a partner.

    While Jackson has said that he wants to remain an Eagle, a trade would open the door for the second-round pick to get the long-term deal he so covets. Any team willing to trade for Jackson would likely want to lock him up for more than one season.

    The Eagles still hold negotiating rights to Jackson and still have the opportunity to work out a contract extension. But unless Jackson and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, drastically drop their asking price - believed to be in the five-year, $50 million range - that proposition is unlikely as the Eagles have typically been steadfast in negotiating.

    That doesn't preclude the two sides from agreeing on a new deal after Jackson is franchised. Michael Vick was franchised last year and earned a long-term extension in August. But having a starting quarterback in the last year of a contract is a lot different.

    If the Eagles don't like what other teams are offering for Jackson they'll gladly bring him back for another season. But what about next offseason when he's eligible to become a free agent again and the Eagles face a similar situation?

    They may just franchise him again.

    http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/...urces_say.html

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    Lions might pursue Titans free-agent cornerback Cortland Finnegan

    Time could be the Lions' ally if they hope to land Cortland Finnegan, one of this year's top free-agent cornerbacks.

    That's because the Tennessee Titans have yet to negotiate with Finnegan, an All-Pro in 2008 who turned 28 on Feb. 2. The Tennessean newspaper reported Friday that the "Titans still haven't made any movement in talks with the team's most high-profile free agent to be."

    According to a league source not affiliated with the Lions, Detroit could be one of the key teams interested in Finnegan if the Titans don't sign him before free agency starts March 13.

    Recent history suggests the Titans likely won't pay a premium for Finnegan or use the franchise tag on him. They let defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch and linebacker Stephen Tulloch exit and sign with the Lions.

    The Lions -- along with St. Louis, Dallas, Oakland, San Francisco, Atlanta, Tampa Bay and Jacksonville -- could make a play for Finnegan, according to the source.

    Finnegan would command a contract similar to the five-year, $48.75-million contract Johnathan Joseph signed last year with Houston. Finnegan likely would seek a deal for at least $10 million per year for five or six years, according to the source.

    The National Football Post has reported that the Lions already have about $2 million more cap space committed in 2012 than projected cap room available. But president Tom Lewand recently downplayed his team's cap concerns while talking with reporters at the Super Bowl.

    Finnegan could spark a happy reunion in Detroit. He was known to have a good relationship with coach Jim Schwartz in Tennessee, and he has been highly touted by players in the Lions' locker room. Finnegan also fits the team's mold as a solid cover corner, a good tackler and a durable player who has missed only three games in six seasons.

    http://www.freep.com/article/2012021...troit+Lions%29

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    To bi bilo odlicno, secondary Lionsa nije na nivou linijasa, a kada imas takve pass rushere mozes doci do dobrih brojki sa presecenim i izblokiranim pasevima. Lionsi rastu svake godine, jedini im je problem sto su u ubistvenoj diviziji, pre svega zbog Green Baya i Chicaga.
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