Monthly Archives: February 2012

Where can Lofa Tatupu rebuild his career?

For National Football Authority, we break down the free-agency prospects of former three-time Pro Bowl MLB Lofa Tatupu. Where will the ex-Seahawk land? Is he healthy enough to help? Click here to read all about it.

MLB Lofa Tatupu, via seattletimes.com

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Do the Chiefs need competition for Matt Cassel?

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Matt Cassel. Image via Wikipedia

For National Football Authority, we analyze the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback situation. Are they ready to go all-in with Matt Cassel as their starting quarterback by adding a veteran backup? Or do they want to add someone to compete with Cassel? Click here to find out what they should do.

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Are owners still pushing for 18-game season?

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Roger Goodell. Image via Wikipedia

For National Football Authority, we break down commissioner Roger Goodell’s recent comments about wanting an 18-game regular season for the NFL. Why do the owners still want this? Will the players ever go for it? Break down the issue with us by clicking here.

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Will Robert Mathis be swept out in Colts’ housecleaning?

For National Football Authority, we analyze the free-agent prospects of Indianapolis Colts DE Robert Mathis. Will the Colts use their franchise tag to keep the undersized pass-rushing dynamo? Or will Mathis be left to move on as part of the Colts’ rebuilding project? Click here to read all about it.

Robert Mathis, via colts.com

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Peyton Manning, Colts continue moving toward breakup

For National Football Authority, we take the temperature of the Peyton Manning/Indianapolis Colts situation. As we analyze Jim Irsay’s transparent attempt to make Manning look like the bad guy, we discuss how the breakup is still inevitable. The question remaining? Just how ugly it will get. Click here to see how it could get even worse.

Peyton Manning and Colts owner Jim Irsay in happier times, via latimes.com

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Will Ronde Barber retire?

For National Football Authority, we break down the rumors about whether long-time Buccaneers CB Ronde Barber will retire. Does Barber want to return? Do the Bucs want him back? What should the two sides do? Click here to read all about it.

Buccaneers CB Ronde Barber, via usatoday.com

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Will the Eagles let Asante Samuel fly away?

For National Football Authority, we examine the status of Philadelphia Eagles CB Asante Samuel. Will the Eagles be willing to keep Samuel as his salary spikes upward? Or will they trade (or even release) the periennial Pro Bowler and rely on Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie? Click here to find out what we think will happen.

Eagles CB Asante Samuel, via masslive.com

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