One of the most bizarre and incredible stories in recent NFL history unfolded in Orchard Park, New York on Sunday when Buffalo Bills cornerback Vontae Davis retired during halftime of a 31-20 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Advertisements
Through the NFL season’s first two weeks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is on fire on the field. Now, following Sunday’s he is dripping with swag as the kids like to say.
The NFL regular season is finally here! Derek Jones brings you another edition of The JMRA Football Podcast to recap the first Sunday of the 99th NFL season.
Nothing Aaron Rodgers does should stun us at this point. However, tonight seemed to leave many people in shock after Rodgers returned from injury to erase a 20-point Bears lead in a 24-23 Packers victory on Sunday night in Week 1 action.
The first edition of The JMRA Football Podcast is on the loose. As the season approaches on Thursday night, it’s time to examine the top five questions heading into the 2018 season.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will sign a deal that will make him the highest-paid player in NFL history. This should likely allow him to pay off a debt, according to Packers teammate Davante Adams.
Don’t Act Like Your Favorite Quarterback Of All-Time Didn’t Lose To A Backup Quarterback In A Big Spot At Some Point
While the Philadelphia Eagles celebrated a Super Bowl LII victory over the New England Patriots, two common refrains (from the non-Malcolm Butler Didn’t Play Division) frequently pop up in any social media feed remotely related to the game.
A new GQ article featuring Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey made some big waves on Wednesday when he criticized numerous quarterbacks around the league in a refreshingly honest interview.
People have another new reason to keep a close eye on Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck this preseason.
When the Philadelphia Eagles won Super Bowl LII, they became the 10th team to knock the Brady/Belichick New England Patriots out of the playoffs since New England’s incredible run began in February 2002.