NFL Links: Tebow intends to start

Posted March 19, 2012 @ 1:04 p.m.
Posted By PFW staff

Friday, March 23, 2012

A New York columnist says the Jets could have a new starting quarterback by Halloween.

Matt Hasselbeck says he's very excited to be staying with the Titans.

A Seattle columnist says Seahawks GM John Schneider has displayed a good eye for talent in the draft.

The opportunity to play a greater role on offense made the Bengals an attractive destination for BenJarvus Green-Ellis.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Failing to land Tim Tebow goes down as a loss for the Jaguars, says a Jacksonville columnist.

A Sacramento reporter says the 49ers won't be interested in making a play for Mike Wallace until he lowers his asking price.

Lions GM Martin Mayhew has done an impressive job in free agency, says a Detroit columnist.

Retired WR Hines Ward says there is nothing left for him to prove.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

A New York columnist says the Jets should not be pursuing a trade for Tim Tebow.

The Eagles were wise to trade for DeMeco Ryans, says a Philadelphia reporter.

A New Orleans reporter says there's somewhere between a 99 and 99.99 percent chance Drew Brees signs a long-term contract with the Saints before July 16.

Current and former Texans players were not happy to see the team trade away DeMeco Ryans.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

The 49ers' best offer might be Alex Smith's best option, says a San Francisco reporter.

The Jaguars shouldn't trade for Tim Tebow just to sell tickets, says a Jacksonville columnist.

A Seattle columnist says the Seahawks just made a significant upgrade at quarterback.

Don't expect the Lions to change their quiet approach in free agency, says a Detroit reporter.

Monday, March 19, 2012

The Eagles have given Michael Vick everything he needs to have a career year, says a Philadelphia columnist.

A Fort Worth columnist says the Cowboys deserve credit for the way they "methodically revamped the team" in the first week of free agency.

Bills defensive coordinator Dave Wannstedt says the Bills' defense will live and die with the play of the defensive line.

A Baltimore reporter says the Ravens' coaching staff and front office may not have been on the same page when it came to re-signing Matt Birk.