The Pittsburgh Steelers decided to extend the Mike Tomlin Experience through 2020 on Friday. Tomlin, who was already inked through the 2019 season, will get another chance to attempt to lead the Steelers back to the Super Bowl. Pittsburgh’s last Super Sunday appearance came in February 2011 – […]
Barstool Sports impresario David Portnoy announced this week that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will have a special surprise waiting for him when he makes his long-awaited return to Gillette Stadium next month.
I don’t know if you heard but Tom Brady turned 40 on Thursday. The New England Patriots star spent the day with most of practice off. I could sit here and toil away and discuss how great he is or how is the greatest quarterback of all-time.
While we are still in the throws of training camp and are about a week away from slightly meaningful football (the Hall of Fame game on Thursday doesn’t count), any nibble we can get of September is greatly appreciated.
Here’s the thing. I don’t wildly dislike LaVar Ball as much as some people do. He definitely isn’t for everyone but I actually believe he can bring a productive heel-like quality to the NBA, if that makes any shred of sense.
Tuesday turned out to be a glorious day for media members that look for something from New England Patriots head master Bill Belichick besides decisively gruff answers on football matters.
New York Jets safety Jamal Adams stated on Monday that he would have no problem with literally dying on a football field. The somewhat crazy and over the top comments by Adams were backed up by teammate Morris Claiborne.
The Blake Bortles train has a lot of steam since his fantasy football-friendly 2015 season with 35 touchdown passes. Now, a report has surfaced suggesting passengers are trying to do anything they can to keep it on track.
Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch, who is making his triumphant return to the NFL after retiring following the 2015 season, made quite an appearance Saturday on NFL Network.
Soon after New England defeated the Pittsburgh in the AFC title game in January, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger began to speculate about how much more football he had left in him.