Newhouse brings more flexibility to O-Line
By the tender age of 25, Marshall Newhouse has already played in four post-season games, lined up at three different spots for a 15-1 team, and started 31 games for three straight NFC North champions in Green Bay. So while the conventional wisdom in the wake of his signing with the Bengals Friday is that he's replacing Anthony Collins (gone to Tampa in free agency last week) as the backup for tackles Andrew Whitworth and Andre Smith, Newhouse says he's here to compete after talking with head coach Marvin Lewis and offensive line coach Paul Alexander.
Sources: LeGarrette Blount's Steelers visit pushed back until after league meetings | National Football Post
Running back to visit Steelers on Friday, was originally scheduled for Sunday, Monday
NFL may install cameras on sidelines, goal lines to aid replay reviews | ProFootballTalk
Sometimes when a referee reviews a replay of a close call about whether the ball crossed the goal line, or whether a player's toe touched out of bounds, he ends up announcing that there was no conclusive replay angle, and so the play will have to stand as called on the field.
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Some may believe that the New York Jets got a much needed upgrade at quarterback when they signed Michael Vick on Friday. The former Eagles quarterback signed a one-year $5 million deal with the Jets on Friday and will compete with Geno Smith for the starting job.
Roddy White tries to get out of March Madness season-ticket bet | ProFootballTalk
Falcons receiver Roddy White plans only to partially pay off a March Madness bet he made with a fan on Twitter. After White tweeted that he thought Duke would win the NCAA Championship, he heard from a fan on Twitter named Dylan Hoyt who said that Mercer (located 90 miles south of Atlanta) would beat Duke in the first round.