Articles Tagged with Football

WWE News: Shawne Merriman Signs On To Become WWE Wrestler

Shawne Merriman

Former NFL Linebacker Shawne Merriman seems to have found a new calling in pro-wrestling, as the former San Diego Charger recently signed with World Wrestling Entertainment, better known as WWE. Merriman was spotted at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida a couple months ago and even tweeted a picture of himself where he had… Read more »

Pontiac Silverdome Scoreboard, Seats And Signs Up For Auction

Pontiac Silverdome

The Pontiac Silverdome is due to auction off its fixtures and fittings to the highest bidder this spring. The Silverdome, which opened nearly 40 years ago, has only been used sporadically since 2002, after the Detroit Lions moved to Ford Field in Detroit. Almost everything from the Silverdome is to be sold in a massive… Read more »

Russell Wilson Doesn’t Know Diddly About Baseball, Says Bo

Russell Wilson shouldn't play baseball, says Bo.

Russell Wilson — since leading the Seattle Seahawks to a Super Bowl win in early February — has hinted around that a career in baseball might be in his future. Of course, any time a player has visions of playing both football and baseball, the inevitable comparisons to former superstar Bo Jackson will come. Like… Read more »

Johnny Manziel Signs Multiple Year Endorsement With Nike


It appears as if someone is all in on Johnny Manziel. The former Texas A&M Quarterback has been getting rave reviews for his college work while some scouts are not high on his pro chances. Meanwhile some such as Mel Kiper think he is worthy of a top five spot in the NFL Draft, if… Read more »

Barry Switzer Says Johnny Manziel Is An “Arrogant Little Prick”

Barry Switzer Johnny Manziel

It’s that time of year when NFL analysts (and everyone at your local sports bar) throw out their opinions of the incoming draft class, and former University of Oklahoma and Dallas Cowboys head coach Barry Switzer has let his feelings be known when it comes to incoming quarterback and former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel…. Read more »

Tony Romo Receives Advice From LeBron James

Tony Romo

Everyone has very high expectations for Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback Tony Romo, who is currently recovering from back surgery. Recently, NBA basketball star LeBron James offered Romo some advice on dealing with the criticism, and reaching those expectations, during a radio interview with 105.3 The Fan in Dallas. “Just don’t care what everybody thinks,” James said…. Read more »

Super Bowl Tickets: Fans Score Big In Final Seconds, Say Experts


If you’ve ever wanted to go to a Super Bowl, but balked at the price of Super Bowl tickets, this may be your year – especially if you’re willing to wait until the last minute. Several factors could lead to low prices for Super Bowl tickets on the secondary market. As with any other commodity,… Read more »

Brett Favre Advised Sean Payton On Custom Earplugs For Offense

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Brett Favre gave the New Orleans Saints some sound advice for their Monday night game against Seattle Seahawks at the the CenturyLink Field. That advice was that they should wear earplugs in order to drown out the din of the deafening Seahawks fans. Saints coach, Sean Payton, recalled that Favre had himself used earplugs to… Read more »

Soldier Field Evacuated Due To Severe Storms And Tornados

Soldier Field Evacuated

The Soldier Field in Chicago was evacuated today during a game between the home side, the Chicago Bears, and the Baltimore Ravens. Fans, players and anyone who was on the field were told to leave the ground at around 12:30 p.m. Severe weather warnings had already been put in place across the midwest. The National… Read more »

Dom Hugs [Video]

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Dom Tiberi, a sports director at WBNS-TV returns to work a week after his ...

Jake Locker Injury: How Long Is He Out For?

The Titans carted QB Jake Locker off the field Sunday

Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker was injured in their game against the Jets on Sunday. He was carted off the field and rushed to St. Thomas Hospital for an MRI. News of exactly what the injury entails is still a bit thin on the ground. It is known that Locker spent the night in the… Read more »

Super Bowl Performer: Bruno Mars For 2014 Halftime Show

Bruno Mars Super Bowl Performance 2014

Bruno Mars has been named as this year’s Super Bowl halftime performer. He will sing during the break in play on February 2 at the MetLife Stadium, New Jersey. It is considered somewhat of an honor for Mars to be chosen for the halftime performance at America’s largest sporting event. The NFL contend that the… Read more »

Cardinals Cheerleader Megan Welter Is Iraq War Veteran

Cardinals Cheerleader Megan Welter is War veteran

Megan Welter is a cheerleader for the Arizona Cardinals pro-football team. But there is more than meets the eye in her story. Not many would associate an Iraq war veteran and cheerleading, but in this case the two go hand in hand. Megan Welter is a 28-year-old regular woman who has made it, not only… Read more »

Heated Tweets Over Zimmerman Verdict Get NFL Players In Trouble

Victor Cruz tweet on Zimmerman verdict.

Some NFL players told the world exactly what they thought of the Zimmerman verdict over Twitter and their heated words got them in trouble. New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz, tweeted and then deleted an ominous comment directed at Zimmerman which read, “Zimmerman doesn’t last a year til the hood catches up to him.” Others… Read more »

Decapitated Referee Lynch: Man Dismembered, Head Put On Stake

Decapitated referee

A soccer referee was decapitated and viciously quartered by an angry mob in Brazil. In a gruesome display of “Passion” following an amateur soccer game the man was beheaded and quartered. Reuters reported that the referee who was decapitated, Octavio da Silva Catanhede Jordan, stabbed a player on June 30th, after his refusal to leave… Read more »

Aaron Hernandez Could Lose $37 Million If Imprisoned

Aaron Hernandez Could Lose $37 Million If Imprisoned

Aaron Hernandez may lose more than his freedom in connection to a homicide investigation that has police searching his Massachusetts home. The New England Patriots tight end also stands to lose up to $37 million in salary and bonuses is he ends up in prison in connection to the murder of Boston semi-pro football player… Read more »

Steve Gleason Accepts Apologies From Fired Radio Hosts

Steve Gleason Says 'Apology Accepted'

Steve Gleason accepted apologies from three fired radio hosts for their stunt on an AM radio show making fun of his ALS. Gleason is a former safety who played for the New Orleans Saints. But Gleason was diagnosed with ALS, also commonly called Lou Gehrig’s disease, in 2011. Along with accepting the apologies of the… Read more »