sorry if this has already been brought up .
have you guys seen d bowe in the new fiat commercial ? he is in the commercial at the start it is very hard to see him . also has pit bull and chad johnson and dez bryant
• Anthony Fasano vs. Travis Kelce and Tony Moeaki, TE, Chiefs: The rookie, Kelce, could win the day here if he stays out of trouble and proves that he can block in Andy Reid’s offense. He certainly has the highest upside here, especially with Moeaki continuing to deal with knee injuries.
Fasano has a pretty solid track record with 24 career touchdowns and 205 receptions, spread over seven seasons. Even so, neither he nor Moeaki creates the matchup problems for defenses that Kelce can.
Braden Wilson grew up in the small town of Smith Center, Kansas pulling for the Kansas State Wildcats and the Kansas City Chiefs. He’ll get to wear both uniforms in his football career.
Former Chiefs GM Scott Pioli said he tried to sign Branden Albert to a long-term deal last fall.
Albert's agents has been overvaluing their client's market value for some time now. Pioli said the two sides were never even close. "There was a lot of money on the table," he said. "I'll say more money than is out there and available for him now. He and his representation chose not to take it ... They were asking for a lot of money, and I think that's part of the problem." With trade talks reportedly dead, Albert is running out of options. He can play out his one-year tender, sign a long-term deal with the Chiefs, or stage a holdout.
The best factoid I encountered this week comes from the always-prescient Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston: This will be Bill Belichick's 14th season as coach of the Patriots, and he has entered every one with a left-footed punter. The two punters the Patriots will take to camp this year, incumbent Zoltan Mesko and free-agent Ryan Allen of Louisiana Tech, are left-footed.
OL Jon Asamoah
OL Branden Albert
WR Dwayne Bowe
HB Jamaal Charles
OL Rodney Hudson
FB Nate Eachus
WR Terrance Copper
Shaun Smith (Off.)-
WR Devon Wylie
WR Jonathan Baldwin
WR Jamar Newsome
HB Cyrus Gray
TE Tony Moeaki
WR Dexter McCluster
OL Donald Stephenson
HB Shaun Draughn
OL Jeff Allen
Patriots released OG Brian Waters.
Officially, his contract was terminated from the reserve/did not report list. Waters didn't want to play for the Patriots last season, but they refused to play ball after he declined a raise, holding him hostage as his contract tolled to 2013. The Pats could have kept tolling Waters' deal in perpetuity, but decided they got their point across. The longtime Chief wanted to play closer to his Texas home last season. Waters is a six-time Pro Bowler — including in 2011 — but is now 36 and hasn't played since the 2012 Super Bowl. It's unclear if he has any interest in reviving his career. Apr 30 - 5:20 PM