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Plaxico Burress Signs With Steelers, Returns To Pittsburgh
Plaxico Burress spent the first five seasons of his career with the Pittsburgh Steelers, racking up 4,164 yards during his tenure. After a stint in New York with the Giants where he won a Super Bowl, then a stint in jail after shooting himself in the leg, then a stint in New York with the Jets, Bure…
Agent Drew Rosenhaus Cost Clients Millions In Shady Investment
NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus has a reputation of a celebrity sleazeball who is disliked by many in his line of work, and around the football world. On the other side of the coin are his players. The majority of his clients have praised his work ethic, lauding him for his ability to get more money into t…
Stevie Johnson Mocks Plaxico Burress During TD Celebration
Man...talk about getting personal during a touchdown celebration!
This is video of Buffalo Bills' receiver Stevie Johnson catching a five-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, at the 2:09 mark of the second quarter, in the Jets  28-24 win, on Sunday.
Johnson then gets real perso…
Michael Vick Tops List of Most Disliked NFL Players
Players with legal troubles and quarterbacks head a list of the NFL’s most disliked players. The list, based on the findings of a public survey of NFL player perception conducted by Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research, indicates that players with legal issues, contract disputes or sus…
Plaxico Burress in high demand? Agent thinks so……
Former New York Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress gets out of jail tomorrow after serving 20 months for illegally carrying and firing a gun.
Although Burress cannot be signed during the NFL lockout, his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, says the 34 year old will be in high demand once the lockout is lifted..…
Caution: Plaxico Burress
There are a number of NFL teams that are rumored to have interest in receiver Plaxico Burress, who is scheduled to be released from a correctional facility in the state of New York, next week. Ian O'Connor of ESPNNewYork.com, advises those teams to proceed, with caution.