Wednesday, March 12, 2008

There has to be more to the Spygate story

There has to be more to the Spygate story
As much as Roger Goodell would like to put Spygate behind him, Ian O'Connor says people want to hear Matt Walsh's story.

Falcons re-sign Harrington 1 week after cutting him
The Atlanta Falcons re-signed quarterback Joey Harrington only one week after cutting the six-year veteran. Harrington signed a new two-year deal on Wednesday. Terms were not released. He had signed a two-year, $6 million deal last year. The 29-year-old started 10 games last season, but returns as the possible backup to Chris Redman, who ended the season as the starter and also recently signed a two-year contract. D.J.

Saints special teams star Gleason retires
Steve Gleason, a scrappy special teams favorite who cemented his place in New Orleans Saints lore with a blocked punt during the Louisiana Superdome's reopening following Hurricane Katrina, has decided to retire. "The time's right. I'm getting married. I can walk away with my health," said Gleason, who turns 31 this month. "I want to be active and adventurous when I'm 80 years old. If football was all I had in my life, I probably could play three or four more years.