Did David Akers fail to realize that he is a kicker? (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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I will admit that coming into 2010, I never even heard of Marsh. However, as I was grinding my way through tape late in the year and was watching Utah State vs. Boise State, there was one guy who made it nearly impossible for Broncos wideouts Austin Pettis and Titus Young to consistently gain separation from. Sure enough that’s when I discovered Marsh.
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NFL.com news: Akers failed to come to grips with expendability of kickers
Here is the part that Akers seemingly failed to understand when he chose to play hardball with his bosses: He is a kicker. The fact he happens to be a very good kicker is notable, but it doesn't change the greater level of expendability that his job has when compared to those of other players in the NFL. And that begins with the notion that a fair amount of decision-makers in the league don't even consider kickers to be players.
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I missed this when Oakland Press' Paula Pasche first blogged about it nearly a month ago, but Lions' QB Matthew Stafford is apparently looking to open a restaurant in the Atlanta area with his girlfriend's brother Chad Hall, who is a wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles.
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