ESPN.com's Matt Mosley reports that Cowboys punter Mat McBriar's recovery from a broken foot is going very well.
Many of you recall that Cowboys punter Mat McBriar suffered a broken right foot last October in an overtime loss to the Cardinals and missed the rest of the season. I had a chance to visit with McBriar recently and he said the foot was "95 percent" healed and that he'd be ready to go if the season began tomorrow.Brad Biggs of the Chicago Sun-Times thinks recently-released Pisa Tinoisamoa will be of interest to the Chicago Bears.
I don't think there is any question Tinoisamoa will be of interest to the Bears. As Smith likes to say, they're always exploring ways to make themselves a better football team. Given Tinoisamoa's track record with not just Smith but with defensive coordinator Bob Babich as well, he is someone that will surely come up in conversation at Halas Hall.
He would be an interesting addition and if he came on board you would have to imagine he would immediately be the starter at strong side, pushing Roach to a backup role and putting Hillenmeyer into a position where he would be challenged to make the roster.And in AIFA action, former UH QB Shawn Withy-Allen passed for 279 yards and six TDs in a loss.