On Monday, a report filed by the National Football Post detailed the reported frustrations and tensions within the Miami Dolphins locker room that ultimately culminated in Joe Philbin’s firing. Among the post’s more glaring accusations was an allegation that Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill apparently mocked practice squad players who were able to make some turnovers
If this compilation of highlights from Russell Wilson’s high school football career at Collegiate School in Richmond, Virginia proves anything, it’s that his maddening ability to keep plays alive through his footwork and pocket presence is a talent that he’s been honing for a long time now. As a high school senior, Russell rushed for
If you’re having trouble viewing this Stackerdecks post: Click Here Former NFL cornerback and two-time Super Bowl winner Asante Samuel recently sold his massive 18,000 square-foot home in South Florida for a whopping $7.5 million.
So close. The NFL was literally hours away from recording their first arrest-free month in six years but Titans receiver Dorial Green-Beckham blew it. The rookie, one with numerous legal issues from his college days, was pulled over and arrested just hours before the calendar turned to October last Wednesday. The Tennessean reported the arrest:
Michael Bennett isn’t a Matthew Stafford fan, but it isn’t because of anything on the field.
Jimmy Graham might want to work on his blocking.
The Seattle Seahawks scored a controversial win against the Detroit Lions on Monday night, and one highlight featuring a ref actually managed to fly a bit under the radar. Doug Baldwin scored a touchdown in the first half and did his best to celebrate with everyone who was around him and that included a referee.
On Monday, the Miami Dolphins mercifully ended the Joe Philbin era after a few years of dull mediocrity, give or take a bullying scandal. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross released a statement on the firing, calling it a “tough decision.” “This was a tough decision for me to make knowing how tirelessly Joe worked in his
Texas governor Greg Abbott wasn’t all that pleased with the result of Sunday night’s Cowboys-Saints game. Saints running back C.J. Spiller turned a short Drew Brees pass into an 80-yard touchdown scamper in overtime to give New Orleans the victory. Abbott had quite the analogy for how the Cowboys defense performed. *#%>¥! @Cowboy defense. More
Adrian Peterson is one of the best running backs in the history of the NFL. Everyone knows that. But for some reason, on a 4th and 1 play, the Denver Broncos decided they didn’t need to touch AP as he sprinted in for a 48 yard score to bring the Vikings back to within three.
In the offseason, everyone thought DeMarco Murray would be a force for the Philadelphia Eagles. He was coming off a huge season with the Dallas Cowboys so it was just assumed he would do much of the same with Philly. As it turns out, Murray has been less than stellar so far for the Eagles.
Aaron Rodgers has shown fans everywhere before that he can make ridiculous plays with his feet and his arm. This play was no different. Rodgers didn’t have anyone open so he decided to buy time and roll to his left, then moved up in the pocket, then to his left again, then back up in