It’s All Orange, Fat Man: 03/06/16

NFL News

– DE Charles Johnson will get a head start in free agency by visiting the NY Giants.

– The Eagles VP of Football Operations, Howie Roseman, has disputed reports that Demarco Murray wants to leave Philadelphia.

– Alfred Morris is saying thanks to people as he doesn’t know if he’ll find another place to play for.

– Wendall Williams for the Division II University of the Cumberlands, ran a 4.19 40 at his regional combine.

– Roddy White was displeased with the way Kyle Shanahan called plays last year.

Al Wistert, former Eagles great, dies at 95 years of age.

– Dolphins cut Greg Jennings and restructure Suh and Misi contracts to delay their cap problem for another year.

– Lovie Smith will now be the new head coach for Illinois University.

– Jacksonville safety Earl Wolff was kidnapped, robbed, and then returned unharmed.

NFL Analysis

– Robert Mays thinks that the talent at the top of the draft is going to be a near-sure fire hit.

– Mike Greenberg calls Peyton Manning the best regular season quarterback ever which may have been the worst timed backhanded compliment I have ever heard. Albeit I have no context of what he meant by that because it is twitter and all. Sean McDonough has his thoughts as well.

– Adam Schein states his top 9 free agents in free agency.


– Peyton Manning will retire on Monday per Chris Mortensen of ESPN. Marvin Harrison is most likely shocked. Here are some remembrances of Peyton.

– Broncos reportedly offered 3 years, 45 million but Brock hasn’t bitten on it yet.

– Before Peyton’s retirement, a columnist asked whether the new contract offers to Brock meant that Peyton would retire.

– Woody Paige calls John Elway a big winner on the field as he is off the field.

– Six Bronco defenders will hit the open market on March 9.


– JJ Watt and Arnold Schwarzenegger snapped selfies in front of Arnold’s statue yesterday.


“Always do your best, what you plant now will harvest later.” – Og Mandino

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