by JJ Cameron

In Cincinnati, Carson Palmer is entrenched as the Bengals’ starting quarterback. So why would Jon Kitna stay there?

In Detroit, however, the Lions employ the biggest draft bust since Ryan Leaf under center. It’s the perfect opportunity for Kitna to regain a starting spot. Using this logic, the veteran signed a four-year deal with Detoit this week.

Showing the utmost confidence in Joey Harrington, the Lions aren’t simply relying on Kitna to compete for the starting job. The club signed Shaun King to a contract a couple weeks ago.

With a receiving corps that includes Roy Williams and Mike Williams, the Detroit signal caller should be a highly sought after player for your fantasy squad. Too bad it’s been Harrington for the last few years. If When Kitna wins the role, don’t underestimate him as a back-up for your team.



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[…] Garcia, 36, made three Pro Bowls in five seasons with San Francisco, where he drew the wrath of Owens despite heady play and consistently good results (sounds like a pattern here). He for Cleveland in 2004, then passed for 937 yards, three touchdowns and six interceptions in six games with the bungling Detroit Lions in 2005. Gaffney, 25, caught 55 passes for 492 yards and two touchdowns last season for the Houston Texans. He performed similarly well 2004, hauling in 41 passes for 632 yards and a pair of scores. The former Florida star has 171 catches for 2009 yards and seven TDs in his four-year career. […]


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March 16, 2006 @ 4:10 pm

[…] Now that Detroit has signed its THIRD quarterback of the off-season, it’s likely that Harrington’s tenure as a Lion is finally, painfully over. The latest acquisition is Josh McCown. The former signal caller in Arizona, McCown inked a two-year deal and should complete with Jon Kitna for the starting assignment. […]

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