Yeah, Stan made a lot of money in St. Louis.
Interesting question. I wonder if it would be possible to do something commemorating the town's football tradition at Ballpark village.
The panel consists of a couple of Hall of Famers, and I think there may be a few voters who are from the radio/TV side. But yes, the vast majority of voters are writers.
Certainly. But don't expect to see the next Orlando Pace or next Henry Ellard on the market.
No, but it would be a hot commodity in the industry.
So you'd take him over Greg Robinson and Jason Smith/
It's up to Warner. He could chose anybody.
Well, it's just a $1 option. Don't think that would lead to financial ruin.
They've got a lot of work to do on that roster, no doubt. And they better hope that QB can play.
At this point, what you see is what you get from Tavon Austin. I think we're pretty much at that point for GRob as well, at least as a left tackle.
Technically, he's not supposed to see it until the offseason conditioning program begins. (wink, wink)
There's always next year.
Receivers that had trouble making anything but routine catches. Quarterback play that looked average at best. A general lack of "flash" plays on both sides of the ball. And a team that overall didn't look that physically imposing.
He's probably up in Montana fishing.
I haven't seen much of a "wow" factor in him so far. But he needs a lot of help around him. I don't know how that translates into the future.
Well, he does have a place in Malibu.
Sure, I think it would help sell tickets and suites. Help in market and advertising. And franchise worth.