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Ezekiel Elliott, Dak Prescott lead NFL Pro Bowl voting

Tom Brady is currently in third place behind the Cowboys’ rookies. The Dallas Cowboys’ dynamic duo of running back Ezekiel Elliott and quarterback Dak Prescott have turned heads this season. NFL fans have taken notice, and the result...Show More Summary

Move over, Tom Brady: Cowboys’ Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott lead Pro Bowl voting

11 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

The Cowboys’ 11-1 start has been fueled by a pair of rookie stars, and football fans have taken notice. The NFL released early results Monday from Pro Bowl balloting, and Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott lead the way among all players. “All players” includes Tom Brady, who was the top vote-getter last season and is having […]

Justin Forsett to Broncos: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The Denver Broncos claimed running back Justin Forsett off waivers Monday, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak was the Ravens offensive coordinator in 2014 when Forsett went to the Pro Bowl and finished...Show More Summary

Zeke, Dak, Brady, Brown, Carr are Top 5 in fans’ Pro Bowl voting

NFL fans are high on the Cowboys’ two big rookies. Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is first and quarterback Dak Prescott is second in fan voting for the Pro Bowl, the NFL announced today. Rounding out the Top 5 are Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Steelers receiver Antonio Brown and Raiders quarterback Derek Carr. The Cowboys…

Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott Lead 2017 Pro Bowl Fan Voting

Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott have spent their rookie seasons ruling the NFL. The latest Pro Bowl returns reflect the Dallas Cowboys stars' ascent. Elliott leads all players with 681,361 votes from the fans, according to a press release obtained by Joe Trahan of WFAA-TV. Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins Week 13 injury report: Mike Pouncey out third week in a row

The Miami Dolphins (7-4) will be looking to extend their six-game winning streak against the Baltimore Ravens (6-5) this Sunday, but they’ll be doing so without their Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey.  Fortunately for Ryan Tannehill, heShow More Summary

Rob Gronkowski expected to miss rest of the season following back surgery

The New England Patriots (9-2) will be playing the rest of the season without their Pro Bowl tight end Rob Gronkowski while he recovers from back surgery to repair a herniated disc he sustained during the team’s Week 10 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Show More Summary

Dolphins taking advantage of Ndamukong Suh's versatility

Ndamukong Suh's a four-time Pro Bowl tackle who almost always gets double-teamed, so the Dolphins are doing what they can to free him up        

Buccaneers Are Streaking–Beat Seahawks 14 to 5

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are hot as they win their third game in a row. Very impressive victory over the Seattle Seahawks at Ray Jay Stadium. TBBC announced that line captain Chelsea will represent the Bucs at the Pro Bowl this year in Orlando. Congrats out to third year veteran Chelsea. Chelsea earned her Bachelors [...]

In Memory: Sean Taylor

Nine years ago today, Washington Redskins Pro Bowl safety Sean Taylor died from complications resulting from a gun shot to the leg by an armed intruder in his Florida home. At only 24-years-old, Taylor was emerging as one of the NFL’s top players at the time of his murder. Show More Summary

Bengals add a long snapper, activate Peerman

The Bengals made a series of roster moves Saturday, activating running back Cedric Peerman and signing long snapper Tyler Ott. Peerman is also a key special teams player who went to the Pro Bowl last season for his special teams work. Ott is a first-year player who signed because regular long snapper Clark Harris is…

Steelers vs. Colts: Score, Twitter Reaction for 2016 Thanksgiving Day Football

With Andrew Luck out with a concussion, the Indianapolis Colts were given a firsthand look at how much their Pro Bowl quarterback means to them. It turns out Luck means a whole heck of a lot. Ben Roethlisberger threw three touchdownShow More Summary

Sammy Watkins returned to practice on Wednesday, but will he be ready for Sunday?

The Buffalo Bills (5-5) have something to be thankful for on Thanksgiving Eve. GM Doug Whaley announced that Pro Bowl wide receiver Sammy Watkins would be returning to practice on Wednesday after spending the last two months on the injured reserve list. Show More Summary

Andrew Luck won’t play against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thanksgiving

The Pro Bowl quarterback was placed in the NFL’s concussion protocol after Week 11. Andrew Luck won’t play in a pivotal Thanksgiving showdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers after being placed in the NFL’s concussion protocol. Luck suffered...Show More Summary

Report: Bengals fear A.J. Green out for season

The five-time Pro Bowl selection suffered the injury on the opening drive.        

Bengals WR Green carted off, ruled out

The five-time Pro Bowl selection suffered the injury on the opening drive.        

7th year Veteran Jacqui Named Vikings Pro Bowl Cheerleader!

Our good friends with the Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders have let us know that seven year veteran Jacqui was named their Pro Bowl Cheerleader.  She was joined by former MVC Pro Bowl Cheerleaders at their Holiday Showcase at the Mall of America held this past Monday. [...]

Rob Gronkowski out for New England Patriots’ Week 11 game against San Francisco 49ers

The New England Patriots (7-2) will be taking on the San Francisco 49ers (1-8) this Sunday without the services of their Pro Bowl tight end Rob Gronkowski. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported that Gronkowski did not travel with the team after missing three practices this week. Show More Summary

Rams' Robert Quinn attends practice after hospitalization Monday

A day after he was hospitalized for an unspecified condition, Rams defensive end Robert Quinn attended practice Tuesday. Quinn, a two-time Pro Bowl player, did not participate but observed in street clothes and interacted with teammates and coaches. Quinn did not address reporters. “He’s doing...

Los Angeles Rams defensive end Robert Quinn is hospitalized for issue unreleated to football, Fisher says

Robert Quinn of the Rams, a two-time Pro Bowl defensive end, was hospitalized Monday to undergo tests for what was described by the team as an unspecified illness unrelated to football. Coach Jeff Fisher said Monday night that “things look encouraging,” that Quinn was “feeling much better” and...

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