During an apperance on the Dave Dameshek Football Program, FOX's lead NFL play-by-play man recalled the time he used a trash can to relieve himself while he was on the air.
The Fox Sports broadcaster, often accused of hating your favorite team, showed little respect for Packers fans by peeing while calling a Brett Favre touchdown pass.
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Hang on, Brett. We’re coming to rescue you! No one is denying that Tom Brady earning his 201st victory is a tremendous accomplishment. We can debate his place in history for years to come — and surely we will — but he’s certified himself...Show More Summary
It would be the most significant car ride since Brad Childress picked up Brett Favre at the airport, if it happens. And it could. If coach Mike Zimmer can’t fly for the Week 14 game, the Vikings may drive him. To Jacksonville. That’s a 1,472-mile drive. At an average speed of 65 miles per hour,…
Fact: Tom Brady had 286 passing yards in the New England Patriots' 22-17 win over the New York Jets on Sunday, becoming the fifth quarterback in NFL history to throw for at least 60,000 yards (Brett Favre, Drew Brees, Dan Marino andShow More Summary
The New England Patriots earned a 30-17 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, and quarterback Tom Brady made some history in the process. The team announced No. 12 tied Brett Favre for the second-most quarterback wins in NFL history at 199. More to follow. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
My arm was just as good—if not better—than Brett Favre's. At least that's what Jon Gruden told reporters before my career screeched to a halt. I lost five pints of blood and about 25 pounds in a procedure to remove my ruptured spleen. Show More Summary
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady led his team to a 41-25 road victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, joining Brett Favre as the only signal-caller in league history with 26 career wins against a single opponent as a starter,...Show More Summary
Ask anybody who the greatest quarterback of all-time is and you’ll probably get a bunch of Joe Montana answers, maybe even a Brett Favre or Steve Young thrown in there. After many allegations of cheating, what you won’t hear from most fans is that New England Patriots QB Tom Brady is the best QB of […]
Former Vikings offensive lineman Artis Hicks landed in the news last week after an excerpt from Jeff Pearlman’s new biography of Brett Favre featured a quote from Hicks talking about bounty programs in light of the punishments handed down to the Saints for allegedly having one in place when they beat up Favre during the…
A new book released this week on the life of former Minnesota Vikings Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre reveals some controversial details about the team. Author Jeff Pearlman interviewed more than 500 people to write the biography Gunslinger: The Remarkable, Improbable, Iconic Life of Brett Favre. Show More Summary
In an excerpt of Jeff Pearlman's Brett Favre biography that Deadspin posted Tuesday, former Minnesota Vikings guard Artis Hicks said the team had a bounty program similar to the one the New Orleans Saints used in the late 2000s. TheShow More Summary
In an interview for a biography about Brett Favre, former Vikings offensive lineman Artis Hicks told author Jeff Pearlman that coaches on the Vikings had a bounty program similar to the one that landed Saints coach Sean Payton, current Rams defensive coordinator Gregg Williams and others suspensions from the NFL after the 2009 season. Hicks alleged…
Cheeseheads, rejoice! Now you can commemorate the memory of Brett Favre's playing days with a well-researched and entertaining book, 'Gunslinger: The Remarkable, Improbable, Iconic Life of Brett Favre' by New York Times best-selling author Jeff Pearlman. Show More Summary
The new book, “Gunslinger: The Remarkable, Improbable, Iconic Life of Brett Favre” by Jeff Pearlman is getting strong reviews. But at least one person mentioned in the book says a story involving him and Favre is false. Green Bay Packers...Show More Summary
I’ve been working my way through Jeff Pearlman’s excellent Brett Favre bio, hoping to experience it one page at a time without picking up any of the entertaining nuggets lurking in the latter pages. But I couldn’t avoid learning about one specific anecdote regarding the first time Favre met Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay’s first-round pick in…
This excerpt from Gunslinger: The Remarkable, Improbable, Iconic Life of Brett Favre by Jeff Pearlman is reprinted with the permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Buy it here. Read more...