Bad news for Tom Brady... 6'6", 318lb. Atlanta Falcons star Ra'Shede Hageman is out for Super Bowl 51 revenge!! TMZ Sports spoke with the former 2nd round pick about NFL quarterbacks he'd love to meet in the backfield... and Hageman says TB12…
Concussions in the NFL are very serious, and the league has taken numerous steps to keep players safe and healthy, but has one of the greatest been getting them more than others? Gisele Bundchen, the wife of New England Patriots quarterback...Show More Summary
Tom Brady’s wife Gisele set off a bit of a storm inside NFL, NFLPA, and Patriots offices this week when she casually disclosed that Brady had suffered one, and perhaps many more, concussions in recent years. The news came as a surprise...Show More Summary
Folks, the NFL never sleeps. Even now, in the dog days of mid-May, as the league’s news cycle yawns and feels its eyelids getting heavy, the continued unemployment of Colin Kaepernick is there to slap everyone awake again. There’s been a lot of this and a lot of that said and written about Kaepernick in recent weeks.… Read more...
The bad news for Bills receiver Zay Jones is that he’s currently week-to-week with a knee injury. The good news for Jones is that he has a brand-new NFL contract. The Bills announced that their second-round pick agreed to terms on Thursday. “He’s a great player,” quarterback Tyrod Taylor told the team’s official website. “I watched…
(May 18, 2017 02:02 PM, by Bryan Caplan) Whatever you think about anarcho-capitalism, the production values of my Rubin Report interview on the subject are top notch! Enjoy.In other news, Mike Huemer and I have a fan from the NFL (and GW Law).... (0 COMMENTS)
The Ravens went into their rookie minicamp with space on the roster to add players who impressed them during tryouts and they filled four of those spots on Monday. The NFL’s daily transaction report brought the news that the Ravens have signed South Alabama linebacker Randy Allen, Northern Iowa wide receiver Aaron Bailey, Jacksonville State…
In 1987, a Tampa sportscaster-turned news anchor became the first woman to call an NFL regular season game.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is heading into his 17th professional season this fall -- and during a recent interview with AOL News, the NFL veteran weighed in on how many years he may continue playing. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
It was announced on Friday that Tom Brady will be on the cover of Madden NFL 18: G.O.A.T Edition, which is either great or worrisome, depending on whether you believe in the Madden Curse (Brady does not.) In the wake of this news, Brady...Show More Summary
Twitter and the National Football League have announced a new partnership that would have the social media service streaming “uniquely packaged” official NFL content worldwide and on a daily basis throughout the year. Twitter released...Show More Summary
Back in March it was reported that Johnny Manziel was getting serious about making an NFL comeback. He’d even convinced an agent to take him on. It was exciting news, because one way or another the NFL is more fun with Johnny Football Unfortunately, since that report back in March we’ve heard absolutely nothing about […]
Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez tells TV's 'Dr. Phil' that she and the former NFL star 'were going up a ladder to a positive direction.'
It will be a gated community Construction of the future NFL stadium is already heating up Inglewood’s commercial real estate market, now comes news that a Los Angeles-based developer has purchased 18 acres in Inglewood near the future...Show More Summary
He had been with CBS since 2001, but come this fall, Solomon Wilcots will not be calling games for the Tiffany Network. Wilcots released the news on Twitter this week: I will not be calling NFL games for @CBSSports this upcoming season. Show More Summary
With the NFL’s rules favoring passing, slot receivers are just easier to find. There's tough news for shorter wide receivers chasing their football dreams: NFL teams are not that willing to invest high draft picks in them. In this year's NFL draft, teams picked a total of 32 wide receivers. Show More Summary
Pro Football Hall of Fame running back Jerome Bettis is yet another victim of the ESPN layoffs. The Sporting News reports that Bettis who appeared on NFL Live, SportsCenter and ESPN Radio was one of the 100 writers, reporters, analysts and anchors who were let go. Show More Summary
Jerome Bettis is the latest victim of ESPN’s mass layoffs. Bettis has been let go, Sporting News reports. He joins Trent Dilfer, Danny Kanell and Ed Werder among the recognizable NFL media people who have lost their jobs at ESPN. With cord cutting taking a significant bite out of ESPN’s revenue stream, the network decided…
If you would like to ask about or request ratings for a program or event on these networks, please reach Douglas on Twitter @SonOfTheBronx. Ratings News and Notes It was a positive ratings performance for the heavyweight championship boxing bout of Anthony Joshua vs. Show More Summary
If you would like to ask about or request ratings for a program or event on these networks, please reach Douglas on Twitter @SonOfTheBronx. Ratings News and Notes Factoring television and streaming data, ESPN scored its fourth most-watched first round of the 2017 NFL Draft on Apr. Show More Summary