Nate Poole caught only 34 balls for 418 yards over a four-year NFL career, but the former Cardinals and Saints receiver is still one of the most well-known players in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
The Daily ShowGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,The Daily Show on Facebook,Daily Show Video Archive On Sunday, five St. Louis Rams players entered the game doing the “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture that has been used by Ferguson protesters.
Clark Griswold is and will forever remain the Christmas Lights World Champion but it appears that one Buffalo Bills superfan is seeking to unseat him.
With Thanksgiving behind us, we are officially in late-season NFL territory and it’s quite spectacular.
Tonight’s Monday Night Football game isn’t exactly causing people to scramble for appropriate viewing party plans.
Aside from Odell Beckham Jr.’s mind-boggling catch in Week 12, the New York Giants have provided fans with almost nothing to get excited about and that trend continued in Week 12.
Colts special teamer Josh McNary felt like Redskins punter Tress Way exaggerated a tad after McNary landed at his feet following a blocked punt attempt.
Following a tumultuous week in the St. Louis metro area and other cities around the country after a grand jury’s ruling on the Michael Brown case, a handful of Rams players made a serious statement before their home game on Sunday.
The Carolina Panthers are very much alive in the pathetic NFC South at 3-7-1 but have a dicey game in Minneapolis today. Unfortunately for Ron Rivera’s hapless bunch, things are not going well. Vikings special teamer Adam Thielen smothered Panthers punter Brad Nortman, had enough time to pick up the ball and wiggle into the endzone
It turns out that Monday’s Bills-Jets game in Detroit wasn’t the only free game during Weeks 12 and 13 of the NFL season.
Families that boast multiple professional or college athletes and coaches are oftentimes presented with the unfortunate debacles of inter-family match ups.
On Tuesday, Richard Sherman brilliantly lampooned and critiqued the NFL over… well, everything ranging from player safety to endorsement deals to media obligations.