The parade of disrespect towards the 2017 Philadelphia Eagles continued on Monday. President Donald Trump released a statement on Monday evening rescinding his invitation to honor the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles.
The NFL officially announced on Sunday night that Justin Timberlake will be the headliner for the Super Bowl LII Pepsi Halftime Show in Minnesota.
Vice President Mike Pence made headlines on Sunday by leaving the San Francisco 49ers/Indianapolis Colts game early because of perceived disrespect of the National Anthem, which has been a political football over the past few weeks.
Thursday marked the official beginning of training camp for numerous teams around the NFL. Yet, for the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, something off the field seemed to grab some attention as well.
The New England Patriots will continue their celebration as Super Bowl champions in April when they visit the White House.
Fortunately or unfortunately, the Trump Train is rolling down the track after last week’s presidential election. A new Exit 50A Podcast is all over the presidential election. Derek, Kaz, and Rob cover all the bases and figure out just how Donald J. Trump is the soon-to-be leader of […]
While speaking to a large crowd in Manchester, New Hampshire, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump stated that regional heroes Tom Brady and Bill Belichick had endorsed him hours before Election Day.
The latest edition of the Exit 50A Podcast is out and about in the stratosphere for your listening pleasure. The Exit 50A Podcast covers all the bases in a Halloween special! Find out what happens when the gang sneaks out of the studio to sample local Glassboro cuisine.
One of the dumbest storylines prior to Monday night’s Presidential debate was an assertion by Republican nominee Donald Trump that pitting the event versus an NFL game would be a problem.
So, I’ve been MIA from blogging over the past week plus due to covering the Democratic National Convention in my other life and as a result having to follow the Republican National Convention a week earlier.