Permission requested for release by Marvin Harrison. Permission granted say the Colts. After 13 glorious seasons, the Marvelous One has played his last game as a Colt boys and girls. The team will make it official on either Tuesday or Wednesday, according to the NFL Network. Advertisements
Would Al Michaels have ever earned the opportunity to become the best play by play man in the business if it weren’t for what happened on this day, 29 years ago in Lake Placid, New York? Do you believe in miracles? You better believe Al does.
Reportedly, the Colts asked Marvin Harrison to take a pay cut. He rebuffed such an offer and evidently asked for his release in the process. Marvelous is on borrowed time.
See, this is the problem with having Terrell Owens on your roster. Even if Jerry Jones really wants to keep him, he has to deal with all of the rumors that suggest the contrary.
The Oscars are tonight and Mickey Rourke is nominated for Best Actor thanks to his performance in the critically acclaimed The Wrestler. Certainly, when acting and wrestling are involved its easy to conjure up childhood memories of wrestling’s glory days in the 80s. Let’s go back to 1989 […]
Texas Tech wide receiver Michael Crabtree will hold off any surgery to his injured foot until after his Pro Day on March 26. Tests showed a minor stress fracture in Crabtree’s left foot but he’ll need surgery at some point to prevent the injury from getting worse including […]
Remember the glory days of The NFL Today with the legendary Brent Musberger? Let’s travel back to 1977 and visit a Week 11 halftime show featuring Brent. No drinking games allowed kids.
Over the next few days, we’ll examine the top 10 moments of the ‘08 season leading up to the moment that defined the 2008 NFL season.
Florida Panthers play by play man Randy Moller provides some of the most entertaining calls in broadcasting. Why you ask? He’s the one of the few broadcasters around who marries goal calls with pop culture lines. Enjoy the madness that ensues once you press the play button.
Here is a brief article from the New York Times posted following the Super Bowl about Kurt Warner’s chances to make the Hall of Fame. Listen, I made my thoughts perfectly clear in the earlier post about Warner’s credentials but I’ll say this. For the people who said […]