Some really awesome NFL stadiums saw their last football game in the 2009 season. First there was Texas Stadium, former home of the Dallas Cowboys, that gave way to what can now only be known as “Jerry-World.” And now we turn our attention to Giants Stadium, which saw its’ press box go boom a few days ago. More »
If you’re an NFL fan, you know who Drew Rosenhaus is. Rosenhaus is considered one of the top sports’ agents in the business, and well, when you are paired with Terrell Owens, there’s a good chance that we are going to hear from you quite a bit. But it looks like Rosenhaus may be limiting his talking in future negotiations for player deals, and focus more on action. Ya know, like chopping bricks in half with his bare hands. More »
I’ll go ahead and tell you right now. As of today, the Baltimore Ravens are my favorite to win the Super Bowl next season. They’ve had a great off-season, and added some weapons for Joe Flacco on offense. Oh, and they still have a dominating defense, that will cause everyone they play loads of trouble. More »
With it being the offseason in the NFL, Sundays just aren’t the same right now. There’s no big games, no big plays, and certainly no big hits. Well, thanks to this player from the UMass and the invention of YouTube, we can still watch someone get hit. And this particular case, we can watch someone get hit really hard. More »
The Associated Press decided to hold a re-vote for its Defensive Rookie of the Year award after the announcement of a positive test for a banned substance in regard to Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing. Public assumption said that Cushing would be stripped of the award and the second place finisher from the first tally, Buffalo Bills safety Jarius Byrd, would likely haul in the hardware instead. In a bit of a surprise, the voters reconvened and still named Cushing the recipient of the award which needless to say has caused a bit of controversy around the sports media world. More »
A sad sight earlier today for fans of the Dallas Cowboys, as Texas Stadium was officially demolished. Down with the stadium went tons of memories of great Cowboys’ games, and plenty of other sporting events that took place at the venue throughout the years.
But Cowboy fans should still be happy, since their current stadium is about the size of a small country. I’d say that Jerry-World will probably rack up just as many memories as Texas Stadium did, and probably many more.
Football fans, we’ve officially reached draft month, and with that will come tons and tons of draft talk. If you’ve followed us over the past month or so, you’ve known that we’ve already turned all of our our attention to the 2010 NFL Draft, which is filled with lots of intriguing storylines. We’ll still be bringing you all the analysis of the future stars in the league, and this is set up to be one of the most unpredictable drafts in recent memory. More »
Madden NFL ‘11 is doing something special with its newest cover athlete; they are letting the fans choose who it will be. Tennessee Titans’ running back Chris Johnson is running his mouth claiming, “No one else to be there [on the cover] but me.” Why is he so bitter you ask? It’s probably because Madden didn’t even include him in the running! More »
In an attempt to make the Super Bowl coverage the best it has ever been, the NFL has decided to employ 4 of their own players to become a part of the media. Chad Ochocinco, Chris Cooley, Ray Rice, and Darnell Dockett, are all going to do their best interviewing skills for “OCNN” (Ochocinco News Network) with players, coaches, and anybody else who is a part of football’s biggest game. More »
To sum up Kurt Warner’s career in a word or two would be an injustice to the remarkable accomplishments that he accrued during his twelve year stint in the NFL. From an undrafted Northern Iowa alum who spent two years in the AFL with the Iowa Barnstormers as well as one year in NFL Europe with the Amsterdam Admirals to his meteoric rise to fame in 1999 when Trent Green went down for the year with an ACL tear and Warner was called upon to lead the historically pathetic St. Louis Rams that season. Parallel to his own Hollywood-esque rags-to-riches story, Warner led the once league-wide laughing stock Rams to the Super Bowl where he amassed what is still the greatest passing performance in Super Bowl history in their dramatic victory over the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV. More »
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