When Rodney Bailey started his NFL career with the Steelers in 2001, he had long hair and a twinkle in his eyes. But he left after the 2003 season, fought through two injury plagued seasons with two teams, and is back, minus the hair and twinkle. Bailey's now a hungry 27-year-old looking for a job.
June 27, 2006
Former Ohio State defensive end and co-captain Rodney Bailey will be on the field at Super Bowl XL on Sunday in Detroit. Bailey, who played for the Buckeyes from 1997-2000, is a backup end for the NFC champion Seattle Seahawks. Bailey and the Seahawks will be up against the team that drafted him, the AFC champion Pittsburgh Steelers, in the Super Bowl. Click here for more.
January 31, 2006
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick knows success can be fleeting. Games in the NFL are never as easy as they may look on TV, and sometimes it's only a play or two, which changes the outcome. Belichick's Patriots head into 2005 with a new group of players looking to be part of the team's success. Some of these newcomers will be vital keys to the team's fortunes, while others will be part of the supporting cast.
September 5, 2005
<P>While news on the draft and free agent visits streams across the wire, Patriots Insider Chris Timoney reviews what the Patriots have done on defense to contribute to the teams longevity of success. With the addition of Monty Beisel, and the re-signing of a few promising youngsters, the team appears to be laying the foundation for more success down-the-road.</P>
April 14, 2005
<P>The New England Patriots have managed to win three Superbowls in four years with one keystone defensive lineman and a parade of new faces. Will they continue to churn through the list of available free agents, or sign their own?</P><P>Jarvis Green stepped in and played well when Seymour went down, will the team make an effort to secure Green for more than just a backup position, or will someone like Cardinals unheralded Kyle Vanden Bosch fit the system better?</P>
February 23, 2005