Welp, it looks the July 4th weekend wasn’t a winning proposition for some NFL players. First, New York’s Jason Pierre-Paul nearly blew his hand off after a fireworks accident in South Florida over the weekend. Now, Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless is in trouble after allegedly […]
If there is one thing we’ve learned about Brett Favre over the years, it’s that he doesn’t know when to say when sometimes.
Prior to the start of training camp next month, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is spending his downtime with his lovely girlfriend Olivia Munn in unconventional fashion.
Wisconsin alum J.J. Watt is in Indianapolis for Monday’s national title battle between the Badgers and Duke Blue Devils to cap the 2015 college basketball season. Watt, the defending NFL Defensive Player of the Year, had some company with him in the form of tennis player Caroline Wozniacki.
As soon as Packers tight end Brandon Bostick botched the now-infamous onside kick that helped land Seattle back in the Super Bowl and then basically said he went rogue on the play, he had little chance of re-joining the Pack in 2015. The Packers parted ways with Bostick […]
Aaron Rodgers won the Associated Press Most Valuable Player award for the second time in his career on Saturday night during the NFL Honors ceremony. Rodgers bested Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt to win the award. The 2005 first-round pick out of California earned 31 of 50 […]
Tonight should be the start of the NFL preseason. Instead, we’ll just have to settle for last evening’s Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremonies as the lone big NFL event from this weekend.
Amidst a week of Jay Cutler bashing, John Madden threw in his two cents on the matter and he is not happy. The lovable Madden, who was an iconic NFL TV analyst for roughly three decades, grew angry at Cutler’s skeptics whom suggested the Bears quarterback quit on […]
In an e-mail to ESPN’s Ed Werder, Brett Favre said the Green Bay Packers “will win it all.”
The Green Bay Packers are in the NFC Championship game after crushing the NFC’s top seed, the Atlanta Falcons, 48-21 on Saturday night. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers completed 31 of 36 passes for 366 yards and threw three touchdown passes.