Originally Posted by R_T26
Seriously do any of these guys work for their info at all.
Basically Curran tweets every 15 hours reporting on something we knew of the day before.
Breer is similar. Rapaport is probably the hardest working and most interesting.
And poor Reiss, guy was great until he went to espn, now he spends his days writing human interest stories about practice squad players. And writing on events that happened hours earlier
maybe it has to do with every nfl source cell phone has a direct feed to schefter.
But the local writers have been awful this offseason.
Right, they've been awful...
-Shalise Manza Young broke the Dean Pees and Shane Waldron stories.
-Albert Breer reported on Pees' health issues from last season.
-Ian Rapoport broke the Vince Wilfork story.
-Ian Rapoport, within minutes of Wilson's story on Boldin, got word back that no deal was imminent.
-Ian Rapoport reported that the Pats were making a "hard push" for Peppers.
-Karen Guregian reported the Pats are in negotiations with Kevin Faulk.
-Mike Reiss broke the Tully Banta-Cain story.
-Mike Reiss has been well connected to the agents for Bodden, Green, and Watson throughout the offseason.
-Chris Price tweeted that Le Kevin was on the Pats' radar. Then Shalise used her sources to say that it was instead the Chiefs interested.
-Chris Price broke the news that the Pats are interested in Antonio Bryant.
-Curran, admittedly, has been on a cold streak ever since his "Brady setback" story.