Linebackers in the Miami 4-3 Defense
The characteristics and responsibilities of a Linebacker in the Miami 4-3 Defense as we have run it. What are the qualities needed at each position, and what will be required of the player playing that position? We will answer this and more in the article.NFL Football – Facts and Fun
Regardless of what team you follow in the NFL, all fans have one thing in common – the love of the sport. American Football and the NFL in particular is known and loved throughout America, and the world. With the love of NFL football comes the pleasure of having your team and fellow fans unite to enjoy the sport, the atmosphere and the feeling of being a part of a massive following.Green Bay Packer’s – Favre Still Welcome Even After Retiring
Fans of Green Bay still remain to see whether the 39 year old Brett Favre will really retire after declaring it again. He has in the past announced it but went into playing again.New England Patriots – Reshuffling the Team
Following the exit of four assistant coaches and Scott Pioli the vice president of players’ personnel, the England patriots are involved in a process of recruiting a new squad. The assistant coach Shane Waldron has been promoted as a tight ends coach.Dallas Cowboys’ New Stadium Rocks!
Whether you’re a Dallas Cowboys fan, just a spectator or even an opponent, you have to appreciate the plans and layout for the new stadium the Cowboys will hopefully have completed by February 2011. The new stadium will be the largest domed roof in the world with 660,800 square feet. In keeping with everything being bigger in Texas, seating capacity for Cowboys’ home games will be 80,000 up to 100,000 if the end zone is filled also.Indianapolis Lays Off Off Season Priorities
Colts president Bill Polian has embarked on his usual off to do list saying they might be forced to move the training camp. He is currently involved with negotiations with agents to keep the players that are preparing for the draft and dealing with NFL salary cap rules, though things seems to be a bit tougher this year.Buffalo Bills – Historically Larger Than Life in the NFL
Founded in 1960, the Bills play all of their home games at the Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Bills also have a number of highly recognized hall of fame players. Running back O.J. Simpson was inducted in 1985. Guard Billy Shaw was inducted in 1999. Quarterback Jim Kelly was inducted in 2002. Head coach Marv Levy was inducted in 2001. Guard Joe DeLamielleur was inducted in 2003. Wide receiver James Lofton was inducted in 2003. Running back Thurman Thomas was inducted in 2007.Cleveland Browns – A Whole Lot of Moving and Shaking
If you’re the type who likes to procrastinate or put things off, they say, there’s no time like the present. If you don’t believe that’s true, take notes from the Cleveland Browns. The Browns recently hired offensive line coach George Warhop.Baltimore Ravens Coach’s Promotion
The National Football League team Baltimore Ravens has promoted Greg Mattison to the defensive coordinator. This is a move that is designed to maintain continuity on the section that excelled under Rex Ryan. Mattison was hired by the Baltimores as a linebackers coach last February.Atlanta Falcons Take a Break But Freddie Falcon Keeps Going
The Falcons were founded in 1966 and currently play all of their home games at the Georgia Dome. The Falcons will hold the No. 24 pick in the 2009 draft to be held on Saturday, April 25, 2009 in New York, New York.Arizona Cardinals – The Oldest NFL Team Still Going Strong
The history of the Arizona Cardinals dates back to 1898 when the Cardinals became a charter member of the National Football League. As a result, the Cardinals are the oldest continuously run professional football franchise in the United States. Originally just a local group who gathered to play on the south side of Chicago, in 1901 their first name came about from the faded jerseys they acquired from the University of Chicago. The name was the Racine Cardinals.