Mac's NFL Blog - 8/30/07

In today's NFL Blog: Jerramy Stevens falls farther, the Giants have another day of drama, the Vikings make one deal and break another, and Tony Romo might be hitched.

New York Giants DE Michael Strahan was upset that someone from the Giants said a decision was forthcoming.

The police probe of the Bears LB Lance Briggs' wrecked Lamborghini is over.

The NFL has decided that Cincinnati Bengals DE Frostee Rucker will sit out the season opener.

The Arizona Cardinals booted veteran punter Scott Player.

A good showing tonight against St. Louis could help Chiefs QB Brodie Croyle crack the starting lineup sooner.

Carolina Panthers rookie LB Jon Beason has been a good surprise this summer.

The Pittsburgh Steelers say they are Super Bowl material. (So does Oakland, by the way)

The acquisition of QB Kelly Holcomb is something the Vikings had been working on for months, and is not a knee-jerk reaction to the performance of QB Brooks Bollinger.

The Vikings have backed out of a land-purchase deal.

There's no timetable for the return of Cowboys WR Terry Glenn.

Is Cowboys QB Tony Romo married?

It's all about the Patriots understudies tonight against the Giants.

You know is the final preseason game when questions like "How will the second and third offensive units play" are being asked.

The play of Indianapolis Colts rookie LT Tony Ugoh has been encouraging.

Chicago Bears QB Brian Griese knows there is little tolerance for the mistakes of the man he backs up.

Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun believes the Ravens offensive line should have hit more in training camp.

The Packers defenses believes they can be the #1 defense in the NFL.

Jobs are on the line tonight for some Tennessee Titans.

Who starts at QB for Oakland this season will be determined at Qwest Field.

Tonight's game against Oakland is a make-or-break game for undrafted Seahawks rookie WR Logan Payne.

The Texans plan on making their final cuts on Friday, to get a jump on the regular season.

The Jets are talking to former Baltimore Ravens guard Keyrick Vincent.

The most notable position battle in Eagles camp will be determined tonight, with punters Sav Rocca and Dirk Johnson kicking it out to the bitter end.

Rams WR Dante Hall doesn't mind that he was traded by Kansas City.

The Lions will be holding several starters out of tonight's game against Buffalo, but rookie WR Calvin Johnson won't be one of them.

Some Saints are on the bubble tonight against Miami, including DE Anton Palepoi.

As the team's 1st round pick in 2007, Saints rookie WR Robert Meachem will make the team, but he is low on the depth chart.

Hell hath no fury like a kicker scorned.

49ers offensive line coach George Warhop had some cautious words for starting rookie right tackle Joe Staley.

Atlanta Falcons DT Rod Coleman hopes to be ready for the season opener.

Who holds the San Diego Chargers for career games played? Someone you've likely never heard of.

The Redskins must improve on third downs.

Jaguars fifth-year running back LaBrandon Toefield is one of several Jaguars fighting for a job.

Here are five things to watch for Buccaneers fans tonight, including the backup QB position and an unproductive tight end with freakish athletic attributes.

There are still some jobs available in Denver.


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