Monday, March 10, 2008

NFL will soon have more Spygate info

NFL will soon have more Spygate info
Matt Walsh, the former New England Patriots employee said to have tapes of illegal spying by the team, is close to an agreement to turn over information to the NFL. The NFL said in a statement Sunday night that in the last week, lawyers for Walsh and the league have made "substantial progress toward an agreement that will allow Mr. Walsh to be interviewed.

Former Favre teammates expect him to become 'ghost'
Even in retirement, Brett Favre is still looking for big game. The Green Bay Packers icon apparently spent the first days of the rest of his life hunting wild boar. Former Favre teammate and close friend Frank Winters said Favre sent him a text message during the hunting trip he took after holding his retirement news conference Thursday - a preview of the laid-back life former teammates expect Favre to settle into now that he has hung up his helmet.

James Harrison charged with assaulting girlfriend
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has been charged with assaulting his girlfriend. Harrison was arrested Saturday after hitting 29-year-old Beth Tibbott at her home in Ohio Township, according to a police affidavit. Harrison, of Franklin Park, was arraigned on charges of simple assault and criminal mischief. The 29-year-old was released on his own recognizance pending a preliminary hearing Thursday. The couple had been arguing before just before 1 p.m.

Schein-ing Moments: Pats falling short
Oakland's made some aggressive moves, but Adam Schein questions the spending as he examines the biggest losers in free agency.

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