The Dallas Cowboys released offensive tackle Flozell Adams earlier this year.
After a workout with the Steelers Adams looks done.
According to ESPN.com’s Len Pasquarelli, Adams looked okay, but not great.
In other words Adams is done considering his price tag of four million.
In the end, if Adams doesn’t lower his price he won’t be playing that much this year.
ESPN hired Adam Schefter away from the NFL Network to only add to its credibility.
However, the contrary has happened as ESPN now has a problem.
Since the hiring of Schefter, fellow ESPN reporters have been contradicting each other. The latest example of it comes from rumors of the Chicago Bears having interest in San Diego Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson.
Schefter reported earlier this week that the Bears have interest in Jackson, but Friday fellow ESPN reporter Len Pasquarelli reported that six teams have inquired about the status of Vincent, but the Bears weren’t one of them.
Editors at ESPN better reel in their reporters have a good stern talking to as contradicting each other is only making them look like idiots and discrediting them as a source for National Football League news.
What Pasquarelli should have done is talk to Schefter and see if his source was the same person. If not figure out who is closest to the general manager as they would be the better source.
In the end, there is more than one way to skin a cat, but the way ESPN is going about reporting is just pathetic.