Articles Tagged with Football

Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers Finally Looking Healthy In Training Camp

Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers are looking healthy and poised to make a run for the playoffs in 2014.

Mike McCarthy’s Green Bay Packers have made a regular habit of making the playoffs in recent years, banged up or not. Even though star quarterback Aaron Rodgers missed seven weeks last year, the team held it together and made it into the postseason. In fact, despite significant injuries, they’re made the playoffs for five straight… Read more »

Australian Football Player Strangles Opponent During Game (Video)

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An Australian rules football game in Australia took an unexpected turn last week as one of the players attempted to strangle his opponent right in the middle of the field and in full view of players, coaches, league officials, spectators and cameras. Video of the incident (above) shows player Brian Lake attacking opponent Drew Petrie… Read more »

This Samurai Warrior Has Insane Football Skills [Video]

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Being a Samurai means upholding eons of traditions and honoring the past warriors with the curved blade. We have all seen the legendary Samurai warriors fighting with their swords and full-body armor in ancient Japan. Hence when this Samurai warrior takes to the field, it is unbelievable what he does; not with his sword, but… Read more »

Why Do Americans Call It Soccer? The Answer Might Surprise You

Why Do Americans Call It Soccer? The Answer Might Surprise You

The 2014 World Cup has turned the world’s attention to football… except in America, of course, where most people are watching a sport known as soccer for the first time in the last four years. But with the rest of the world in lockstep about how to refer to the sport where players kick a… Read more »

New Creatine Research Suggests Ideal Times To Take The Supplement

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Creatine is a nitrogenous organic acid occurring naturally in vertebrates. It helps to supply energy to all cells in the body, primarily muscles. It was first identified in 1832 by Michel Eugène Chevreul, who discovered it as a component of skeletal muscle. Creatine is one of the products that Iovate Health Sciences International, a leading… Read more »

WWE News: Shawne Merriman Signs On To Become WWE Wrestler

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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

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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

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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”

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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

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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

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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 »