https://twitter.com/#!/MikeVick/status/189428079825920001 Eagles quarterback Michael Vick attended his first baseball game on Monday – albeit an awful one – in Philadelphia. Vick was in attendance for Philadelphia’s 6-2 loss to the Miami Marlins at Citizens Bank Park and expressed his concerns over the offensively-challenged Phillies on Twitter.
Patriots fans…I have some good news and some bad news.
Warren Sapp’s broadcasting career may be an indirect casualty stemming from the New Orleans Saints bounty debacle. Greg Bedard of the Boston Globe reports NFL Network plans to dismiss Sapp after the former Tampa Bay Buc accused ex-Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey of being a snitch and tipping […]
According to Sports Business Journal, the NFL decided to suspend publication of its monthly publication NFL Magazine following only four issues.
Filmmaker Sean Pamphilon released audio from exiled Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams prior to the NFC Divisional playoff game between New Orleans and San Francisco that depicts a bounty placed on the head of 49ers quarterback Alex Smith. Reported by Michael Silver of Yahoo Sports, the Williams speech […]
The Baylor University women’s basketball team made history last night by finishing a perfect 40-0 season by defeating Notre Dame for the national title, 80-61. One famous spectator was former Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III, who lent his support to Kim Mulkey’s troops in Denver.
Since dropping the AFC title to the New England Patriots last January, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has been quiet…until now.
Well, that didn’t take long. If you’re looking for the latest in hip wear, check out DirtyCoast.com. For just $25, you can be the proud owner of a “Free Sean Payton” t-shirt to support the suspended leader of the New Orleans Saints. One man who hopped on the […]
While doing a promo several weeks ago in Boston for his WrestleMania XXVIII match against The Rock, John Cena relayed the story of the 2007 Patriots and how they failed to finish off their perfect season. Of course, the Patriots fell to the Giants in February once again.