John Harbaugh was in no mood to discuss his team’s eventful preseason game versus the Redskins on Saturday.
The most exciting part of the preseason might have happened off the field.
Matt Cassel has been the veteran QB for Buffalo a while.
We try not to judge a player by how he plays during the preseason.
Michael Vick is back throwing touchdown passes (in the preseason anyway).
The more you watch it. The more you realize @Charcandrick26 had no business catching this football. #TENvsKC http://t.co/ovYRJhoXwa — NFL (@NFL) August 29, 2015 Other than having one of the better names in the NFL, it appears that the Chiefs running back Charcandrick West has some of the better hands as well. As the NFL’s
Sorry, J.J. Watt. But you probably should take a break from your NFL training to respond to a beautiful Playboy model’s request. I know, life’s tough sometimes. In an interview with TMZ, Lindsey Pelas wasn’t afraid to come out and say that J.J. Watt is on the top of her list of desired athletes. The
No one thinks an NFL team in London is a good idea, except for the few people that actually matter, two of which include powerful figures in Roger Goodell and Robert Kraft. Kraft, the long-time Patriots owner and unofficial non-league office spokesman, has said numerous times that NFL should “work hard” to establish a franchise in
Sun Life Stadium needed a face lift in a bad, bad way and the 28-year-old home of the Miami Dolphins finally got it this year.
Join me and #Drink4Water. Show me what you drink in support of clean water. @WaterboysOrg @Recovery_Water pic.twitter.com/0VkVzAjHVg — Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) August 26, 2015 On Tuesday, Rolling Stone published an in-depth article on Seattle Seahawks quarterback and Brand Ambassador Russell Wilson.
Despite the fact that he didn’t appear to be particularly enthusiastic about the prospect of his team being on HBO’s Hard Knocks, Houston Texans defensive end and football deity J.J. Watt sure makes for some compelling television.
Despite having one of the best nicknames in all of sports, Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin is still asking people to stop calling him “Muscle Hamster.”