Aaron Curry to Raiders; Tim Tebow in “Die Hard”?

Time to mix things up with a bunch of stories from around the NFL. Starting with a big trade and ending with NFL players imagined as “Die Hard” characters. Enjoy.

 

Aaron Curry was traded from the Seattle Seahawks to the Oakland Raiders. Good for him, good for Oakland, bad for Seattle. It leaves the question hanging, should Seattle have drafted Mark Sanchez? – http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ycn-10199123

 

Photo from bleacherreport.com

The Houston Texans may or may not suffer if the team can stay together without Andre Johnson. Regardless, Brian Cushing has, and will continue to do all he can to propel the Texans’ defense to the top, at any cost. He took the defense from 30th to 7th, give the guy a shot. – http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-farmer-nfl-20111014,0,4241236.column

 

 

Leslie Frazier is becoming impatient with Donovan McNabb, this could lead to yet another benching for #5. The New York Giants are steadily becoming riddled with major injuries to Brandon Jacobs and Justin Tuck. The Chicago Bears are most likely getting Earl Bennett back this week against the Minnesota Vikings. For all the stories, injury reports, and predictions for this week, visit – http://www.nflgridirongab.com/

 

Tim Tebow may have shown a little spark this past week in an all around losing effort to the San Diego Chargers, but could he be looking at a slot in a new “Die Hard” movie? Only one way to find out if him and fellow players will be cast. – http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d82318d9c/article/timmykiyay-recasting-die-hard-with-nfl-personalities-?module=HP11_content_stream

Photo from flicksandbits.com

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses to Aaron Curry to Raiders; Tim Tebow in “Die Hard”?

  1. kbelanger says:

    What is Denver doing trading away Lloyd and shopping Royal? Are they trying to get Tebow killed? Discuss.

  2. congetz says:

    Clearly you’ve inspired my newest post

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