JAGUARS: Jacksonville made its first trade, acquiring QB Mark Brunell from the Packers for two draft picks. The Jaguars reached a three year deal with Brunell while agreeing to send thirdand fifth round picks (Nos. 66 and 170) to the Packers. A salary management systemis in placeto guard against some of the inequities that existed before an enforceable cap was enacted in 2007. However, that ceiling is exclusively applicable to players. Teams can spend whatever they wish for coaches, general managers, scouts, fireworks are cap related consequencesif a club wishes to sign a quarterback, such as Saskatchewan Darian Durant or the Toronto Argonauts Ricky Ray, to a contractcalling for $500,000 per annum.
RB Jonathan Dwyer, Kell (Marietta) (R6, No. 188, Steelers): Dwyer was a Parade All American as a senior in high school at Kell in Marietta, where he set the Cobb County record for rushing yards in a career with 5,565. The only other Georgia player to get that honor in 2006 was Berry.
Thought we might be able to re mediate it, even if it meant delaying the game for up to an hour. If it is remotely close to being unsafe we conferred with the league and decided the best thing to do was to respect the safety of the players. The Pro Football Hall of Fame is hallowed ground.
3. Normally we say watch Ottawa captain Erik Karlsson but he still out due to off season tendon surgery on his foot after playing in last spring playoff on one leg. Karlsson, who won two Norris trophies, is the gold seal for rushing defencemen; nobody is better and his overall defence last year was the best it ever been.
Bell Media cited the federal broadcast regulator contested Super Bowl advertising policy as a factor in its decision to cut more than two dozen jobs across the country.The media division of BCE Inc., Canada largest telecommunications company, is reducing positions at more than 24 locations across the country including radio and television stations, spokesman Scott Henderson confirmed in an email Tuesday.restructuring is the result of the challenges Bell Media and other Canadian media companies are facing due to increasing international competition, the evolution of broadcast technologies, and advertising and regulatory pressure, Henderson said. Ads during the National Football League championship game. Bell contends it will lose millions of dollars from the decision introduced in August since it relies on its ability to sell ad space to recoup the costs of its exclusive rights to broadcast the game in Canada.definitely been a significant revenue impact from the Super Bowl and other regulatory decisions as well, Henderson said, although he emphasized the policy is just part of overall pressure on the media environment.the reality is that Bell Media and other Canadian media companies are facing notable change on all fronts, and as a result we need to adjust our business appropriately.