Hines Ward will have plenty to do if there is an NFL work stoppage. He will join a long line of NFLers to previously trip the light fantastic on Dancing With The Stars including Kurt Warner, Emmitt Smith, Chad Ochocinco, Jerry Rice, and Lawrence Taylor.
Clinton Portis and his multiple personalities (Kid Bro Sweets, Sheriff Gonna Getcha, and Inspector Two-Two) are out of Washington after the Redskins decided to release the veteran on Monday.
Sunday night marked the 83rd Academy Awards, hosted by Yale student James Franco and newly-minted Philadelphia Eagles fan Anne Hathaway.
By this time next week, we could be at the beginning stages of a long NFL work stoppage. Thus, it’s time to celebrate the NFL one last Sunday before our worst nightmare as sports fans begins.
Today is a joyous day for JMRA. It’s the 62nd birthday of the legendary Ric Flair, one of the true heroes of the 1980s. I’m going to kindly ignore Mr. Flair “icing bros” on TV last night as I’ve been informed over the last 24 hours. Do the […]
During a 17-minute media session in Indianapolis on Thursday, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan brashly predicted a Super Bowl XLVI win for his team. Ryan held court as a part of the NFL Scouting Combine in the same city where Super Bowl XLVI will take place.
Creepers and schemers around the world scored a major victory on Tuesday with the arrival of the new Breakup Notifier app companion piece for Facebook. The new gadget allows Facebookers to track the relationships of their selected crushes and then, receive notification when the apple of their eye […]
The JMRA Hall of Fame inductions continue with one of the most genetically gifted stars in NFL history.
The NFL’s last work stoppage came in 1987 when the NFLPA decided to strike, prompting the league to use replacement players. The strike only lasted a month but damaged the season’s quality for three weeks when Guido Merkens and some guy named Sean Payton were forced to take […]
I felt compelled to ask this question after listening to a radio show where one of the co-host said, “who watches the slam dunk contest?” Well Buster, apparently over eight million people did on Saturday night according to Nielsen.