Archive for July, 2011

FREE: Youth FF Leagues Ages 10-17 NO COST!

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After many weeks of effort, football’s labor issues seem positive and we are now ready to fill the 2011 leagues. Are you ready for your draft?

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YOUTH FANTASY FOOTBALL is returning for a 15th season. We are a no-cost site devoted to the younger fans of our hobby. We accept all youths ages 10 to 17 for no-cost FF activity. Members are assigned to leagues by age and experience level to create competitive groupings. We will do everything help you get the most enjoyment by sharing our hobby with you.

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NFL: Asomugha Lands With Eagles | 5yrs $60M

The Philadelphia Eagles have won the Nnamdi Asomugha sweepstakes, signing the All Pro cornerback to a 5-year deal worth between $60-62M with $25M guaranteed. The Eagles seem to be #winning during the early start of the offseason landing cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie via trade, signing defensive end Jason Babin and adding quarterback Vince Young to backup Mike Vick.

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Generation Next:"The Davis Bros" (Pittsburgh)

Austintown Fitch Falcons have not one but two out standing wide receivers both Demitrious Davis and Chris Davis who are making their way to the BIG East after their senior season in high school. The dynamic duo are committing to Pitt to play for the Panthers and new head coach Todd Graham.  Austintown, Ohio's high school version of the Barber's both Tiki and Ronde who both played in the National Football League, the twin brother's are well aware of Graham's style of offense and know he likes to spread the ball around.  Graham said early when taking over the program "we'll be the most explosive team in the country." With Graham's eye on making the offense go both Demitrious and Chris should flourish in their roles with the Panthers. This episode of All Access Football is hosted by Bo Marchionte.

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Tracking The Rookies: Quarterbacks

Below is the 2011 NFL Draft Bible quarterback big board with listed teams players were either drafted by or signed as an undrafted free agent. Yellow indicates player was drafted. Blue indicates player was signed as free agent. Players not highlighted remain unsigned.

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Podcast: Pat Lawlor, Galaxy Sports Advisors

The the NFL lockout lifted one of the biggest changes to the new CBA deal is the effect it will have on the in coming rookies and Pat Lawlor of Galaxy Sports Adivsors who reprsents Arizona Cardinals first round pick Patrick Peterson knows first hand how it change the land scape of today's rookies in the National Football League.

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Podcast: Chris Hovan, St. Louis Rams

Chris Hovan enters his 12th NFL season coming out of Boston College back in 2000. The Minnesota Vikings took Hovan with the 25th pick overall and since that time he has played in 149 games. This episode of All Access Football hosted by Bo Marchionte.

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Podcast: Clif Marshall, Ignition APG Director

With the recent NFL lockout being lifted many players looked to the services of places like Ignition APG who have two locations one in Cincinnati, Ohio and another in South West, Florida to keep fit and ready for when the new deal would be reached and they would return to work. If it isn't veterans training to keep their jobs it rookies training at Ignition to try and take those jobs away. All Access Football talks with Clif Marshall, Performance Director on how the lockout effected their last few months and tell us which rookies might impress that worked out at Ignition this past year. This episode of All Access Football is hosted by Bo Marchionte.

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2011 NFL Undrafted Rookie Free Agent Tracker

*Check back for constant updates and be sure to search our player database for reports on any individual players...

ARIZONA CARDINALS
RB William Powell, Kansas State
WR Davieun Curry-Chapman, Northern Arizona
WR Sean Jeffcoat, Elon
WR Aaron Nichols, Oregon State
TE Stephen Skelton, Fordham
OL Rob McGill, Louisiana Tech
OL Jake Vermiglio, North Carolina State
OL DJ Young, Michigan State
OL Kristofer O’Dowd, USC
OL Eric Mensik, Oklahoma
OL Jason Speredon, BYU
OL Greg Niland, UMass
OL Brad Thorson, Kansas
DL Ricky Lumpkin, Kentucky
LB Duke Lemmens, Florida
LB Kendall Smith, Florida State
CB Desia Dunn, Fresno State
CB Da'Mon Merkerson, Syracuse
S Andrew Rich, BYU
S Jared Campbell, Miami
S Tommy Irvin, Wofford
P Derek Epperson, Baylor

ATLANTA FALCONS
QB Adam Froman, Louisville
RB Phillip Sylvester, Florida A&M
RB Youri Yenga, Southern Methodist
FB Lucas Cox, Georgia Tech
FB Thor Merrow, Northern Alabama
WR

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Hens Named Pre-Season All-Americans

SUBJECT: University of Delaware Standouts Gradkowski, Pierce Named Pre-Season Football All-Americans by The Sports Network

DATE:  July 23, 2011
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PHILADELPHIA The University of Delaware football squad continued to haul in pre-season accolades this week as senior Gino Gradkowski and sophomore Andrew Pierce were both named to The Sports Network Pre-Season All-American team.

The pre-season TSN team consisted of 84 players on three teams led by 11 returning players who were voted to the All-America first team at the end of the 2010 regular season by a national panel of sports information and media relations directors, broadcasters, writers and other dignitaries. Defending national champion Eastern Washington and national semifinalist Georgia Southern each placed five players on the pre-season squad.

Gradkowski, an offensive guard from Pittsburgh, Pa. (Seton-LaSalle High School), and Pierce, a running back from Bridgeton, N.J. (Cumberland Regional HS), were each selected to

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