12 Jun 2007
Our situation with NFL.com regarding the Gil Brandt article that sounded familiar to our college quarterback research has finally come to a resolution today. I just wanted to alert those readers who were concerned, and thank the people at NFL.com. Once the proper person found out what the situation was, he moved fairly swiftly to come to this resolution. We just had to wait a long time for the right guy to find out what was going on. There's a notation on this page, then click on the bottom of this page for Brandt's more extensive clarification. And, if you would allow me to completely switch topics for a moment, I apologize for the lack of XP posts recently. This really is the NFL dead period, and there's nothing for anyone to write about, which gives us very little to link to besides the usual minicamp "quarterback says rookie receiver Joe Schmo is awful swell" nonsense.
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