Today we celebrate the Football HOF inductions of Deion Sanders, Marshall Faulk, Ed Sabol, Richard Dent, Chris Hanburger, Les Richter and Shannon Sharpe. In a matter of days we will be unveiling our new list for our Football selections and are geared up to launce a new series of debates..... Too bad there is no Hall of Fame game.
Well gang, the Hall of Fame Class of 2011 was announced and with a group this loaded it is hard to say there were any surprises or snubs. Our top two ranked football players, #1 Marshall Faulk & #2 Deion Sanders were inducted on their first year of eligibility. Show More Summary
The Football Hall of Fame has announced their fifteen Finalists. Making the cut are: Marshall Faulk Deion Sanders Shannon Sharpe Willie Roaf Curtis Martin Cortez Kennedy Cris Carter Richard Dent Jerome Bettis Tim Brown Chris DolemanShow More Summary
Deion Sanders Scoffs At NFL N-Word Ban It’s been said before, but it bears repeating…why are white folks in the NFL office looking to police a word associated with blackness and not other curses or derogatory language?! Who the hell
During the NFL Draft, Deion Sanders has one job for the NFL Network: To grab the first on-air interview with players shortly after (...)
Continuing the theme on the Final Four Team Steams and the renewed failure of some viewers who did not know that there were homer calls of both games on Saturday, add Deion Sanders to those who were confused. Apparently Primetime was watching TNT’s Kentucky Team Stream feed and got a little annoyed. Show More Summary
Legendary football great Deion Sanders embarrassed his son not just once, but twice for pretending to be from the hood. Deion Sanders, Jr., tweeted about getting his doughnuts only from
In a sign of modern day parenting, Deion Sanders took to social media this week to put his son in line and maybe even brag a little to their Twitter followers about the youth’s $1 million trust fund.
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When your own dad calls you out on Twitter, it's time to pack it up and go home. Deion Sanders Jr. got owned by his dad on Thursday after tweeting about the need to get "hood doughnuts" in the mornings. See also: Even Marilyn Manson's...Show More Summary
The legendary athlete gave his kid a very public reality check. Deion Sanders Jr. is a sophomore wide receiver at Southern Methodist University. He's got some big shoes to fill, however, considering his dad is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, as well as the only athlete ever to play in both a Super Bowl and a World Series. Show More Summary
Children who have grown up with social media know what it is like to be embarrassed when their parents catch them saying something they end up regretting. So if any parent sees Deion Sanders’ son’s Twitter scolding you just have to laugh, especially when you consider that Deion Sanders Jr. Show More Summary
Deion Sanders is still shutting down wide receivers. This time, though, it's his son, a sophomore wideout at SMU.
Nothing screams “I’m a cool dad” like embarrassing your son in front of his friends. And nothing screams “I’m a cool dad, but I’m also NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders” like embarrassing your son in front of the entire world. Deion’sShow More Summary
Deion Sanders Jr., the son of NFL legend Deion Sanders, is a football player at Southern Methodist University. Because of his father's lucrative pro career, it stands to reason that Sanders Jr. grew up well off. So when he recently tweeted...Show More Summary
Deion Sanders Tells His Son To Stop Acting Hood On Social Media Deion Sanders is known as one of the wealthiest and most legendary football players to ever do it. The former NFL star had to recently give his son
Legendary football (and occasional baseball) star Deion Sanders made a lot of money during his 16-year athletic career and subsequent sports analysis gig. It is fair to say he is wealthy, as is his son Deion Sanders, Jr. (who boasts of his wealth in a song called "Money and Girls.")
Always gotta watch out for your dad on social media.
Most kids who grew up during the social media age likely have faced a familiar fear: What if my mother or father posts something really embarrassing on my Facebook wall? That common worry probably inspired the social networking site to create timeline review and almost certainly inspired this “Saturday Night Live” skit. Well, now imagine […]
Deion Sanders has earned quite a bit of money over his career as a two-sport athlete and now commentator for the NFL Network and CBS Sports. So when his son, Deion Sanders Jr., tweeted about going to the hood to pick up donuts, his father...Show More Summary