Friday, July 16, 2010
BBAO: Chmura to enter Packers HOF
By ESPN.com staff
We're Black and Blue All Over:
Jay Cutler says he's comfortable with the receivers on the Bears' roster and does not think the team should go out and sign Terrell Owens.
The Salt Lake Tribune interviewed Eric Metz, the agent for Harvey Unga, whom the Bears took in the supplemental draft on Thursday.
The Lions didn't draft fourth-round offensive lineman Jason Fox with the intention of him seeing the field this season.
Cornerback Jonathan Wade isn't letting the fact the Lions have won just two games during the past two seasons lower his expectations. He predicts a 9-7 record and a playoff appearance for the Lions this season.
The Lions are hoping their revamped defensive line will allow more playmaking opportunities for Julian Peterson and the Lions' linebackers.
Green Bay Packers
The Detroit News takes a look at the Packers' shrinking profits as player salaries continue to outpace revenue.
The Packers will unveil their alternate third uniform on a Dec. 5 game against the 49ers. The jersey will be navy blue with a gold circle in the middle that includes the player's number.
Former tight end Mark Chmura, who went to three Pro Bowls and won a Super Bowl during the 1990s, will be inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame on Saturday night.
Aaron Rodgers will be on the cover of ESPN the Magazine's upcoming fantasy football special edition. Here's a peek from the photo shoot.
Sage Rosenfels is left waiting for Brett Favre to make a decision, again.
NFL.com's Mike Mayock evaluates the Vikings' offense. Mayock likes the Vikings' playmakers but their lack of depth on the offensive line is a concern.
Free agent offensive lineman Chester Pitts, who is recovering from microfracture surgery, should be ready to work out for teams next week. Pitts said the Vikings are among the teams that have shown interest in him.