Monday, May 19, 2008

The Mondays: It's all about the team

Happy Monday to all who seek one. Woo, this is the final week for the regular school year. I head home Friday. Then 10 days later, I'll be back for summer school. Don't worry though, I plan on keeping the updates going throughout the summer. Including m preview extravaganza.

Teamwork, Teamwork, Teamwork
- Interesting piece in Sunday's Baltimore Sun in regards to how things are going for the Ravens under new coach, John Harbaugh. The first year coach is laying out plans for improving the team, including improving the work ethic. I for one wish coach Harbaugh good luck. I think he's up for the challenge- Baltimore Sun

Johnson easing back in to Chiefs running back spot- The Chiefs are taking it easy on star running back Larry Johnson. Johnson is coming back from a broken foot that he injured at the midway point of the 2007 NFL season. The running back position is one that shouldn't be of much concern for the Chiefs. Kolby Smith stepped in and showed some signs of potential. The Chiefs have bigger issues they need to address, like the defense and the quarterback spot. Only time will tell if the Chiefs will have a good season or not- Kansas City Star

Jason Taylor the new Mr. Hollywood- Miami Dolphins defensive end Jason Taylor is becoming a Hollywood star in front of our very own eyes. He's partying it up with the celebrity elite, including wait for it....Denzel Washington! Taylor wants to take the Hollywood route, he's been taking acting classes as well. Hey Jason, if you're looking for a role, I might have a screenplay available for you-

Bills have lowest average price of tickets in the league- The Bills have the cheapest ticket prices in the NFL. The average is $46.26, $20 less than the league average. The Patriots are #1 in average ticket prices with $90.89- The Buffalo News

Pats start OTA today- Interesting find here by the Reiss' Pieces blog on the Boston Globe web site. The defending AFC champion New England Patriots begin passing camp today. According to the Globe, it's all apart of the OTAs or organized team activity, which takes place before training camp. These OTAs are optional for all players and are allowed by the NFL. Nothing really of note here, just need some filler- Boston Globe

Enjoy your Monday

Oh No Romo

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