I can’t think of a photo that better describes Thursday’s 2015 NFL Draft. Marcus Mariota is probably going in the top five of the draft but a big question remains over who will take him.
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick rolled into the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on Saturday night, fresh off of his appearance in Washington on Thursday.
After spending time with his teammates on some sort of vacation/workout/mancation, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson attended Saturday night’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner with a special date. Wilson brought his grandmother along for the evening’s festivities featuring President Barack Obama and Saturday Night Live’s Cecily Strong.
The NFL released its 2015 regular season schedule on Tuesday, which will commence in grandiose fashion when the Pittsburgh Steelers open against the defending, reigning Super Bowl champion New England Patriots in the annual Thursday night lid-lifter.
The Philly Pretzel Factory, which is a franchise throughout the Philadelphia/South Jersey area, has released a new pretzel in honor of new Eagles quarterback Tim Tebow.
if there is one guy who shouldn’t rattle the cage of the New England Patriots (or any other fanbase for that matter), it’s Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
Ladies and gentlemen, the long, laborious journey of Tim Tebow becoming an NFL quarterback will make its latest stop on Monday when he will reportedly sign a one-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. What does this move mean? Well, in the short-term, maybe nothing at all.
Social media buzzed on Thursday over the new Star Wars trailer for the upcoming latest installment of the epic sci-fi movie franchise. Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman, who already was responsible for a Pats-themed version of Growing Pains, rolled out his latest ode to New England.
Thursday, April 16 is an important day. No, it’s not because of the newly-released Star Wars trailer. No, it’s not because of the Britt McHenry controversy.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the 1975 NFL Draft, which notably produced some all-time great players including the late, great Walter Payton of the Chicago Bears. After toiling with lame Bears teams in the first seven years of his career, Payton struck paydirt when Mike Ditka […]