Monday, March 12, 2012

49ers Sign Randy Moss!!!

The 49ers and WR Randy Moss agree to a One year deal. This is a pretty big pick up for the Niners who received close to no production from the WR position in the NFC Championship. The 49ers lacked a deep threat, with Braylon Edwards and Josh Morgan being injured last season. Ted Ginn and Morgan are both free agents who the Niners would like to sign, but the Moss signing gives them some insurance.

Moss had only 28 receptions for 3 teams in 2010. But, the Saints and obviously the 49ers were very impressed with his workout. He is supposedly in excellent shape and has been training recently.

Alex Smith and the 49ers working out new contract. Smith wouldn't be able to workout at the facilities until Tuesdays, when league players can return. So who passed to Moss during his workout? Head Coach JIM HARBAUGH! (wearing khakis, and sweatshirt) The coach is an ex NFL QB, and was very impressed with Moss' workout.

We'll see soon how this plays out!


Nike Zoom Hyperdunk 2011 "GALAXY"

Most of us that pay attention to the Sneaker Culture, know about the Galaxy wave that Nike hit us with All-Star weekend. Well here is a detailed look at the Hyperdunk 2011 PE made for Blake Griffin. These may very well be one of the best Galaxy themes we've seen. We dont expect a release on these though, sorry.

Peyton Manning's Future

Apparently TOMORROW is the big day. According to Mike Klis, of the Denver Post, premier NFL Quarterback, Peyton Manning could announce where he plans to spend the twilight of his career. According to various reports, Manning had a very "positive and productive" informal stopover with the Denver Broncos. Immediately following, he flew down to Arizona where he met with the Cardinals' front office, head coach Ken Whisenhunt, and fellow Pro Bowl receiver Larry Fitzgerald.

Back in his home Sunshine State, neither Manning or his agent, Tom Condon, have made no any indication whether he will meet with the Miami Dolphins. And word on the turf is, they're ready and willing to pull the trigger on this Manning hunt down. Other interested parties to watch include: The Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco 49ers, Kansas City Chiefs and the Tennessee Titans.

It will all boil down to what is coining "SUPER TUESDAY," which marks the official starting day of the league's new year and the date where teams can formally negotiate with non-released free agents.

Let the games begin! We'll be sure to keep you posted.