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Brett Favre Admits ‘Fault’ In Leaving Green Bay Packers

Brett Favre Admits Fault In Leaving Packers

Brett Favre is preparing to make his return to the Green Bay Packers, and, in celebration of the prodigal son’s return, he is opening up about his decision to leave his team and the fans that loved him. Packers CEO Mark Murphy recently said the franchise needs Favre “back in the family,” and even Aaron… Read more »

Kam Chancellor To Seahawks Teammates: ‘We Gotta Grow Up’

Chancellor took to SiriusXM radio to send his team a message.

Kam Chancellor has a message for his teammates, which obviously became the trend during their recent players-only meeting. The Seattle Seahawks have been involved in multiple performance-enhancing drug (PEDs) violations over the past two years, and their young safety believes it’s time to quit making mistakes off the field. Chancellor spoke with SiriusXM Sports Radio… Read more »

Adrian Peterson On Gay Marriage: ‘I’m Not With That’

Person told SiriusXM Radio that he's "not with that."

Adrian Peterson made comments on gay marriage Thursday that has football fans questioning the 2012 NFL MVP. When speaking to Amani Toomer and Bruce Murray on SiriusXM Radio, Peterson wasn’t afraid to make it known how he feels about same-sex marriage. The 28-year-old is such a talent on the field that whenever he touches that… Read more »

Brian Urlacher Retiring After Turning Down $2 Million Offer

Brian Urlacher Retires

Brian Urlacher is retiring from the NFL after spending 13 seasons with the Chicago Bears. According to reports, Urlacher turned down a $2 million, one season offer. As a linebacker for the Chicago Bears, Urlacher led a massive defensive squad that was largely responsible for the Bears wins amongst horrid offensive play over the last… Read more »

Brian Urlacher Retires After 13 Seasons With The Chicago Bears

Urlacher spent all 13 seasons with the Chicago Bears.

Brian Urlacher has retired just two months after the Chicago Bears announced they wouldn’t be re-signing their star linebacker. The 34-year-old made the announcement on his official Who Say account on Wednesday, and he ended the post by saying, “it was an honor to play my entire career for the Chicago Bears.” The eight-time Pro… Read more »