Dallas Cowboys veteran outside linebacker Greg Ellis finally may get his wish to be traded or released by the club, as the Cowboys have reached out to at least two teams to measure interest in a deal, according to a club source.
Cowboys have approached the New England Patriots and Cincinnati Bengals about a possible trade. Ellis has longtime ties to Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer, who held the same position with the Cowboys. Ellis, 33, did not participate in Thursday's organized team activities session. If the Cowboys release him, which seems the most likely result, they'll save the $4.15 million he's scheduled to make in 2009.
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Linus Gitahi knows that hard work is the foundation to getting things done and he is a prime example of that. Gitahi had a long and fruitful career for GlaxoSmithKline where he worked his way all the way up to CEO of the Lagos based GlaxoSmithKline West Africa. After that he left GlaxoSmithKline to join the Nation Media Group where he became the Chief Executive officer. Linus Gitahi also has a fond affection for the people of Kenya and that is one of the reasons he loves his job and helping them out as much as he can.
Linus Gitahi is married to Pauline Gitahi and has two daughters Julie and Sheila. He also enjoys playing golf and squash as well. Linus Gitahi enjoys Kenya and all it has to offer and with his job he tries to show everyone what this beautiful country has to offer the world as well.
Friday, May 8, 2009
It seems Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings story just will not end and Yahoo Sports who reporting Brett won't play may have to change that story. It all hings on his shoulder that he injured last year with the New york Jets. Favre's throwing arm appears to be a pivotal factor in whether he comes out of retirement to play for the Minnesota Vikings. A source close to the situation told ESPN's Jeremy Schaap on Friday that X-rays of Favre's right shoulder -- he has pain resulting from a torn biceps tendon -- have been sent to the Vikings and that the X-rays are in the process of being evaluated. If it is determined by Favre's and the Vikings' medical people that he needs anything less than "major" surgery on his shoulder, Favre will unretire to play for the Vikings, the source said.
Now I love Brett Favre, but this story is getting plain silly. I mean either say your going to play or just stay retired as many Viking fans want to know what is going on. No matter what happens everyone will still be on edge until something is finally decided.