Late in Thursday's game between the Cowboys and Eagles Dallas punt returner Dwayne Harris blasted a Philadelphia player coming down to cover the punt. Harris has been widely criticized for the hit and was flagged for unnecessary roughness. Immediately after he was seen wondering what it is he did that was wrong.According to the refs he hit him too hard when he didn't have to.via RedditRead more »
Dwyane Harris was frustrated while his Dallas Cowboys were being destroyed by the Philadelphia Eagles on Thanksgiving 33-10 and decided to commit a dirty play. Harris was back to receive a punt from the Eagles on a 4th-and-1 from around midfield with about five minutes left in the game. The punt went into the end...Read More
The Eagles defense put together its worst showing of the season in Sunday's 53-20 loss to the Packers.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers completed 22-of-36 passes for 341 yards (3 TDs). He was spotted laughing and smirking numerous times during the game. It looked like Rodgers was joking at the Eagles' expense, especially after the Packers produced a big play.
And numerous players that...
Philadelphia Eagles’ cornerback Nolan Carroll is turning heads at team practices this off-season, according the reporters who have been in attendance. The 2014 free agent acquisition solidifies desperately needed depth at the position after shaky performances from last year’s backups.
In fact, Carroll may just work himself into the starting lineup.
According to reporter Jimmy...
Prior to the start of free agency on Tuesday, it was reported by Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports that the Pittsburgh Steelers have some level of interest in Miami Dolphins unrestricted free agent cornerback Nolan Carroll and as expected, they're not the only ones.
Carroll, who the Steelers hosted for a pre-draft visit back in 2010, is reportedly visiting with the Buffalo Bills on...
Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports that the Minnesota Viking are expected to ”take a strong look” at Dolphins CB Nolan Carroll in free agency this year.
The secondary is in major need of upgrades, so it wouldn’t be surprising to see the Vikings target multiple defensive backs in the next few weeks.
Carroll, 27, was taken in the fifth-round by the Dolphins...
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that the Miami Dolphins will allow free agent CB Nolan Carroll to reach the open market in the coming weeks.
According to La Canfora, the Dolphins have already met with Carroll’s agent at some point to express their interest in re-signing him.
La Canfora adds that Carroll will “see who makes the best offer” during free agency.