Curran looks at ten training camp story lines

Every week, I’ve got to come up with three ideas for columns at

But my new colleague and supposed friend, Tom Curran, has bogarted one of the few available ideas via an item that explores ten story lines for the soon-to-be opening training camps.

Here it is.

So thanks a lot, Tom.  We hope you won’t be asking for a seat when Team PFT takes the Ted Danson/NBC jet to Paris.

4 responses to “Curran looks at ten training camp story lines

  1. If it’s any consolation, Mike – at least your “ten story lines” don’t require 10 separate web hits for me at work.

  2. Somebody should tell Curran that Bernard Pollard isn’t a defensive end, he’s a safety. I understand if a part-time sports writer like Florio makes that mistake, or a talentless nutsack like Aaron Wilson… but Curran?

  3. Waaah! He took my idea!! Waaah!
    Posted by Mike Florio on July 14, 2009 12:51 PM
    Rise to the challenge, Mike–it’s only Sportingnews (where half the bloggers are better than the featured writers, which tells you all you really need to know).

  4. It’s really getting annoying that the media acts like JaMarcus Russell is in a QB competition with Jeff Garcia. There’s no competition — it’s JaMarcus’ job. The team is not going to bench it’s No. 1 overall pick after one season in which he had a 90+ QB rating over the last 8 games for a 40-year-old journeyman with a career .500 record who in no way fits the organization’s offensive philosophy.
    This supposed QB controversy is an example of the media CREATING the news. Pure and simple.
    P.S.– I think it’s equally unfair to affix the borderline bust label to Brady Quinn.

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