The Steelers’ front office comes to work this morning pleased with a win but finding it hard to find contentment in light of the long-term effects from last night’s game.
Before getting to the money matters, my readers know I am close to Aaron Rodgers and the Packers so I want to comment on his status.
As of 2:00 pm PST I have received information from the 3rd and 4th opinion doctors regarding Al Harris’ internal injury he suffered last Sunday.
Simply put, all opinions and analysis of the spleen trauma have come back with consistent results.
The retirement of Troy Brown yesterday got me thinking.
Three of the best wide receivers in the NFL
The other shoe had to drop.
First and foremost, we at The National Football Post are all thinking about and praying for Al Harris, who ruptured his spleen in the game against the Cowboys Sunday night.
In a follow-up to our Friday Feature about the pending sale of the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Rooney brothers have now rebuffed both offers for their franchise while the NFL waits anxiously for this transaction to occur.
In this time of financial upheaval around the country, one of the nation’s historic treasures is in the midst of a potential sale that could remove an icon from the league.