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Tony Dungy Defends Michael Sam Comments, Denies Homophobia

Tony Dungy won the Super Bowl as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts in 2007. But he didn't win over a lot of fans this week when he said he would NOT have drafted Michael Sam for his team, explaining that the first openly gay player in NFL history would be too much of a "distraction." "I wouldn't have taken him. Show More Summary

Moovd Creates Video in Two Minutes — With Some Tweaking

A lot of big companies have produced attention-grabbing ads using only text. Some have even plunked down millions to run these ads during big TV events, like the Super Bowl. (Think back to  T-Mobile’s text-only “We Killed The Long Term...Show More Summary

David Tyree returns to NY Giants as director of player development

David Tyree, the Giants' 2007 Super Bowl hero and their new director of player development, once said he would trade his Super Bowl championship in order to stop gay marriage.

Super Bowl champion Seahawks are at the top of PFT’s preseason rankings

The Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl by 35 points over the Denver Broncos in February. They re-signed several key players to long-term deals this offseason and suffered few significant losses to free agency this spring. With all that in mind, the Seahawks had to come in at the top of our preseason power rankings.…

Preseason Power Rankings No. 1: Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks enter their 2014 training camp as defending Super Bowl champions for the first time in franchise history. While the team lost a handful of contributing pieces to free agency, the Seahawks return most of their impact players from their championship squad. In addition, the team locked up Michael Bennett, Earl Thomas, Richard…

Preseason Power Rankings No. 2: San Francisco 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers have arguably been the best team in the NFL over the last three seasons with a Super Bowl appearance and two NFC Championship game appearances on their resume. But any trip to the postseason that doesn’t end with that final victory leaves a team ultimately unfulfilled. Despite some changes to the…

That Whole ‘Seizing Crimea’ Thing Did Wonders for Putin’s Approval Rating

8 hours agoNews : Mediaite

Anybody searching for an explanation to Russian President and 2005 Super Bowl champion Vladimir Putin's continued belligerence in eastern Ukraine, even in the face of global criticism, need look no further than his approval numbers in his own country.

Brett Favre: Cutler 'has all the tools'

Jay Cutler can take the Chicago Bears to the Super Bowl, according to future Hall of Famer Brett Favre, who believes the enigmatic quarterback might now be hitting his prime. Asked on ESPN 1000’s “Carmen and Jurko” show on Monday whether...Show More Summary

Remembering the most forgettable quarterbacks of the 1990s

In the 1990s, future Hall of Famers like Steve Young, Brett Favre, Troy Aikman, and John Elway all won Super Bowls. Everyone else was terrible at playing quarterback. These are the worst of them.

As NFL Camps Open, 31 Teams Hoping to Ground Seahawks

Camps open across the NFL this week. The Seattle Seahawks open the preseason as the consensus favorites to win the Super Bowl, which would make them the first repeat champions since the New England Patriots nearly a decade ago. Nowadays we have a tendency to want to see a trend in everything. Show More Summary

Preseason power rankings No. 3: Denver Broncos

Can Peyton Manning win another Super Bowl? That is the question people ask when they talk about these Denver Broncos. John Elway, John Fox and the rest of the decision makers in Denver answer that question with an emphatic yes, and they’ve made it clear that they’re putting all their chips on the table and…

Giants OL Chris Snee announces retirement from NFL

After an excellent career and a pair of Super Bowl rings, Snee has decided to call it a career. New York Giants right guard Chris Snee announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday. With training camp approaching, the 32-year-old felt...Show More Summary

Antrel Rolle: Chris Snee “gave the team his all”

Giants right guard Chris Snee is reportedly set to step away from the game after 10 seasons. If indeed this is it for Snee, he will retire with two Super Bowl rings and four Pro Bowl nods — a full career indeed. He’ll also leave with a nice tribute from Giants safety Antrel Rolle, who…

Tony Dungy -- I Wouldn't Have Drafted Michael Sam ... Because He's Gay

Former Super Bowl winning coach Tony Dungy says he wouldn't have drafted Michael Sam because he wouldn't want to deal with the gay factor.

Super Bowl PSLs could be coming

When you weren’t working over the weekend, and in turn weren’t reading about sports on work time, Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times wrote that the NFL could breaks its stadium logjam in L.A. by building its own building. The full story merits a careful read, because it contains plenty of interesting nuggets.  At…

Dez Bryant Talks Richard Sherman, Patrick Peterson, Kobe and New Jordan Cleat

Dez Bryant is hoping to build on his successful season with the Dallas Cowboys last year and make an impact on a team with Super Bowl aspirations. Bryant spent some time off the field with Lance Fresh, talking about football, the NBA and Jordan's newest NFL cleats. Show More Summary

Sen. Feinstein: Putin Needs to ‘Man Up’

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) told State of the Union host Candy Crowley Sunday morning that it was time for Russian President and 2005 Super Bowl champion Vladimir Putin to "man up."

Preseason Power Rankings No. 4: New England Patriots

The Patriots were back in the AFC Championship Game last year, but their bid for another Super Bowl title were dashed by the Broncos. Making it there was a credit to coach Bill Belichick’s adaptability as he had to fill holes created by injuries while finding a way to keep the offense moving in spite…

San Francisco 49ers: Checking in on Ian Williams and the Rest of the Injury List

The San Francisco 49ers’ training camp is beginning to enter full steam. The first practice is scheduled for July 24, with the pads coming on two days later, in preparation for the first preseason game on August 7—a Super Bowl XLVII rematch against the Baltimore Ravens. Not every player on the roster is ready to go, however. Show More Summary

Vacchiano: With rash of injuries, Giants hope 2014 doesn't hurt, too

Last season felt like it was over for the Giants before it ever really started. They had so much hope, so much belief in their team that a Super Bowl countdown clock hung near their locker room.

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