Giants Hakeem Nicks breaks foot out up to three months
2013 SUPERBOWL ODDS
Green Bay Packers
New England Patriots
San Francisco 49ers
New Orleans Saints
New York Giants
San Diego Chargers
New York Jets
Kansas City Chiefs
St. Louis Rams
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Steelers 20:1 lol... I might make some money this year. I like it when everyone writes them off.
already heard espn talking about troy polamalu being old now. idiots.
Brian Urlacher hopes to finish his career in Chicago, but adds the prospect of free agency after this season is "kind of exciting."
Urlacher, 34, is entering his 13th season, the last year of his current contract.
"I think (Bears president) Ted Phillips said they are going to wait until the season is over to see what happens -- how I play," Urlacher told WMVP-AM (via NFL.com) on Friday. "It's kind of exciting. I've never been a free agent. So, if I can get to free agency, we'll see what happens.
"I no doubt want to finish my career here. There's no doubt about that. But if you bring in free agency you never know what can happen. You know, the Bears know I want to be here. I've said it publicly and that's not going to change. Whatever happens during the season or after the season, we'll address it then."
According to NFL.com, Urlacher is recovering from a severely sprained ankle and hopes be ready for next month's mini-camp.
Lions Nick Fairley arrested for DUI.
Jamal Lewis, a former starting running back for the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns, has filed for Chapter 11 protection, saying he owes more than $10.5 million in debts, TMZ.com reported.
Lewis said in court papers he's self-employed and earns $35,000 per month with nearly $14.5 million in assets. The report said Lewis also lists a lengthy line of creditors.
Lewis, 32, is among players to file suit against the NFL for concussion-related health issues.
A report Sunday in The Plain Dealer of Cleveland said Lewis has bouts of memory loss, headaches, nausea, sleeplessness and light sensitivity as a result of playing nine seasons in the NFL.
"I'm 32," Lewis told The Plain Dealer. "Thank God I'm 32, but it's like, where is this thing going? You wonder what you've already done. ...
"The NFL has a responsibility. It's a game that a lot of guys want to participate in, but just because it's a privilege ... doesn't mean that you should be shorted the information. I know I can go out and tear up my knee or my ankle or my shoulder. But I never knew that from these constant hits to your head,
they could cause long-term effects."
Lewis last played in 2009 for the Browns.
I'll take Green Bay over New England 38-27.
Green Bay needs to fix that defense.