Warner Bros. has released the final trailer for Brad Peyton's 3D disaster epic SAN ANDREAS, starring Dwayne Johnson, Carla Gugino, Alexandra Daddario (yowza) and Paul Giamatti. Call me crazy, but this looks like a lot of fun, even if this particular trailer is selling a more somber, moodier earthquake thriller. Show More Summary
In the history of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, three of their quarterbacks have a combined three Pro Bowl appearances: one each for Brad Johnson, Jeff Garcia and Trent Dilfer. Exciting list. That’s 39 seasons of mostly below average to flat-out terrible quarterback play. Show More Summary
One of the most pathetic things about climate alarmism is the fact that it seems the people who profess such views have no capacity to be ashamed of their own statements. For example, Brad Johnson, who is a paid spokesman for a shadowy outfit called “forecast the facts” has previously made outrageous statements trying to…
After a one-week break, the NASCAR season resumes in Texas this weekend. The last time the Sprint Cup was in the Lone Star State, fireworks and fists were the story following Jimmie Johnson's victory. Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski were involved in a melee following the race that captured the entire sport's attention. Show More Summary
Brad Peyton directs Dwayne Johnson in Warner Bros.' disaster flick set to open wide -- much like the San Andreas fault -- on May 29th.
Your browser does not support iframes. NASCAR conspiracy theories are ridiculous. No, NASCAR wasn't rigging races for Jimmie Johnson during his five-year title run. No, the sport doesn't manipulate things to benefit Dale Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary
This summer, a lot of superheroes and sequels will hit the big screen. But one man is bringing an old fashion, high concept action movie to the table. That man is Dwayne Johnson and the movie is San Andreas, directed by Brad Peyton.Show More Summary
A new promo image for the May 29 release. Read the full article on AICN Here’s a new poster for SAN ANDREAS, the May 29 release reuniting Dwayne Johnson with JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND helmer Brad Peyton. While I realize it’s...Show More Summary
Carl Edwards was atop Brad Keselowski’s list of the best active NASCAR drivers. When Brad Keselowski was asked who he thought was the best driver in NASCAR, his response wasn't Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon or Tony Stewart, each of whom is a multi-time Sprint Cup champion. Show More Summary
As deflate-gate reaches DEFCON 1 levels — refocusing on Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots under the microscope — we are reminded of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Brad Johnson's admission he paid to have...Show More Summary
Mike Florio breaks down the latest news surrounding deflate-gate, talking to CSN New England Patriots Insider Tom Curran, FNIA’s Peter King, and former NFL official Jim Daopoulos. Mike also talks to former NFL QB Brad Johnson about the allegations that he tampered with the game balls prior to his Super Bowl XXXVII win.
TAMPA, Fla. -- As the fallout continued from the New England Patriots allegedly deflating footballs in the AFC Championship Game, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Brad Johnson admitted he played a role in altering footballs before Super Bowl XXXVII. “There was no wrongdoing on my part," Johnson told The Tampa Tribune on Wednesday. Show More Summary
As another New England Patriots controversy captivates the NFL -- this time it's deflated footballs -- an old Super Bowl tale has surfaced and it involves your Oakland Raiders. Brad Johnson, who quarterbacked the Tampa Bay Buccaneers...Show More Summary
Former NFL quarterback Brad Johnson admits he paid ball boys who broke in the footballs before the Super Bowl in 2003, but he says that story is getting blown out of proportion. Johnson said on PFT Live that he resents the stories that came out this morning suggesting that he bribed ball boys to tamper…
Hard on the heels of the “Deflategate” scandal enveloping the New England Patriots, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Brad Johnson has admitted to paying personnel to doctor footballs. In an interview with the Tampa Bay Times’Show More Summary
Move over "deflategate," the Bucs-scuff scandal might be even more shocking.
Just before Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003, quarterback Brad Johnson took extra-legal means to make sure that the footballs he would use in the big game were just the way he liked them. He bribed some people to take the 100 footballs, fresh from their packaging, and scuff them up. Johnson, who led the Tampa […]
As we deal with the unfolding Patriots scandal, we seek context. And it's unclear precisely how common the practice of illegally doctoring footballs actually is among quarterbacks. But it's obvious that the urge to do so is universal, because the benefits are real and significant. Show More Summary
Brad Johnson once paid guys $7,500 for altered footballs before Super Bowl XXXVII.
Tampa Bay Times reporter Rick Stroud, who covers the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, wrote a story this morning about former quarterback Brad Johnson and how he paid to have footballs altered before Super Bowl XXXVII. Writes Stroud: At the Super Bowl, the NFL had 100 footballs. Show More Summary