Could Brady become a Bill?


It is very rare that a National Football League player retires with the same team he started with.

That includes New England Patriot quarterback Tom Brady who could become a Buffalo Bill in 2011.

According to Michael Silver of Yahoo Sports, via Pro Football Talk, there is a growing disconnect between Brady and the Patriots as neither side have had any substanial contract talks even though Brady is going into the last year of his deal.

If there is no deal done before the 2010 regular season Brady will most likely let his contract expire.

If there is a franchise tag in 2011 then the Patriots will use it.

However, this is Brady we are talking about and every single team in the NFL that needs a quarterback will go after him.

The fact is the Patriots are rebuilding as they are letting veterans walk to rebuild their team with young players.

In the end, it looks like the 2011 offseason igoing to be crazy.

How long will it take?


ESPN’s Adam Schefter confirmed a report earlier today that Buffalo Bills running back Marshawn Lynch will report to Organized Team Activities Thursday.

The question is now how long will it take for Lynch to get caught up?

The main thing that players are doing is learning the vocabulary of their playbooks, which means that Lynch really hasn’t missed a lot.

Also, Lynch has fellow running back Fred Jackson as the two are good friends and will most likely help him get caught up on what he missed.

In the end, now its just a matter of Lynch proving that he can still get done on the field for everyone to embrace him once again.