Michael Irvin joined Mad Radio and they talked about the Fitzpatrick-Mallett debate, his thoughts on EJ Manuel, has Tony Romo rebounded from slow start, the New York Giants bouncing back, De Andre’s outstanding one-handed catch that didn’t count against New York and his love for Waffle House.
Solomon Wilcots of CBS Sports joined Mad Radio and they talked about the upcoming Texans-Bills game in which he will be working for CBS, his thoughts on the play of Ryan Fitzpatrick, treating the work load for Arian Foster, is EJ Manuel progressing, the decreased role of CJ Spiller and did Miami head coach Joe Philbin handle the starting QB job wrong this week?
Buffalo rookie kicker Dustin Hopkins has been placed on season-ending injured reserve because of a groin injury sustained last month.
Bills coach Doug Marrone announced the move Monday, saying Hopkins was having difficulty kicking off in practice. The Bills also needed to free up a roster spot to promote quarterback Thad Lewis off of the practice squad.
It turns out Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback EJ Manuel will be ready to open the season against the New England Patriots, after all.
Dominated by linemen and defensive players, the draft lacked the name recognition and flair that skill position players bring. That doesn’t mean this year’s rookie quarterbacks, running backs, receivers, and tight ends won’t make an impact.
Former UT and current Buffalo Bills center Aaron Williams joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about the happenings with the Buffalo Bills, life as a third year player, EJ Manuel, the Mario Williams ring situation, his Lone Star Showcase event, and more.
Rick Serritella, nfldraftbible.com, joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk some NFL Draft on the day before the Draft kicks into full gear. He discussed how this is the first time there’s no clear first pick, EJ Manuel’s draft chances, Quarterback moves in the draft, and more.
Former Aggie quarterback Jerrod Johnson joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the NFL Draft and his thoughts on the top quarterbacks and wide receivers available.
Mike Meltser gives his picks for week 4 in college football