Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Garrard is the starter for Jaguar’s:


Head coach Jack Del Rio from Jacksonville Jaguars(Football Betting) said on Tuesday that David Garrard who is the quarterback will soon start the season opener.Del Rio said the Florida Times-Union that David will be the starter for Jaguars.

As quarterback Garrard recovered from the back pain Jaguars picked Blaine Gabbert in the April’s draft with the 10th overall pick and a rookie from Missouri and started Jaguars the first preseason game. As both the quarterbacks struggled in Jaguar’s 15-13 preseason victory over the Atlanta Falcons.

Quarterback Garrard completed 7 out of 12 passes for 99 yards with 1 interception in the three series. As another quarterback Gabbert completed 11 out of 23 passes for 96 yards in the seven series.

Gabbert was irritated by several drops that forced Jaguar’s to be settled for a 54-yard field goal.

Garrard has completed with a career high of 15 interceptions last season when Jaguar’s missed the playoffs for the third straight year.

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

NFL supplemental draft postpones

The NFL supplemental draft (Football Betting)which is scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed.

NFL spokesman Michael Signora confirmed that the draft will not be held as for the plan as the teams have been told a new date has not yet been set. His statement never come across that former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor would be available for selection.

Pryor was looking for a meet with Commissioner Roger Goodell to make a case for being declared eligible, Goodell was reviewing the facts of Pryor's case.

The rules that govern eligibility for the supplemental draft state is that, a player's petition for special eligibility must be approved by the League office and his name circulated to franchise.

When Pryor announced his exit from Ohio State, he has already been suspended by the school and the NCAA for the first five games. Otherwise he would have been a senior player for this season this fall; he was dismissed on accepting improper benefits.

David Cornwell, Pryor's attorney, told that Pryor admitted his mentor, Ted Sarniak, gave him and his mother cash and helped with car payments. Ohio State is still under NCAA investigation.

After a 2008 NCAA investigation into Pryor's recruitment, Sarniak, a family friend, was told he could no longer give Pryor money or gifts. Cornwell said he believes the violation makes Pryor eligible for the NFL's supplemental draft, since it would have affected Pryor's 2011 eligibility.

Pryor is Ohio State's all-time leading rusher among quarterbacks, with 2,164 yards. He also threw 57 touchdown passes, tying a school record.

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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

NFL adds game-day drug test for players


National Football League is adding up a game-day testing for the performance-enhancing substances. But this time not recreational drugs under the new collective bargaining agreement. The League’s senior Vice President of Law and Labor policy, Adolpho Birch has told on a conference call that the test were not conducted in the past days there were games as of the reason of logistical issues involves and much more than any philosophical issues.

Adolpho Birch oversees the (Football Betting) NFL’s drug program. He also told that the league has developed a way to test that is not overly disruptive to the clubs and that respects the game-day process. However, he would not say where the talks between the NFL and players stand but the details that are needed to be worked out before the league can introduce random.

Last week, the NFL and the union has agreed that the HGH testing can become part of the sport’s drug program under the new, 10-year collective bargaining agreement that was sanctioned by the players on Thursday. Besides this, the issues such as the appeals process and how test are taken have to be negotiated.

Birch said that the key to the testing is the randomness of it and that every player in subject to and eligible for testing on a year-round basis, but with no notice. However, the only limitation on the number of tests is that a player may be tested a maximum of six times each offseason from February until the start of training camp.

Birch would certainly expect players will be tested in an amount that will be meaningful but more important; the idea is not so much the number of tests performed. But, it is constant threat of testing that provides the key to deterrence under this particular program.