Talk about really playing for a cause. Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham will wear 'Yeezy' cleats, honoring the 'Yeezy Foundation' as NFL players across the league honor a cause of their choice with their cleats. The only problem is, there is no official 'Yeezy Foundation' -- so maybe he's just supporting Kanye.
Japan-based artist Pedal Strike has done it again -- making another awesome portrait out of food. Strike has become famous over his knack for making stunning portraits out of food, using waffles, poppy seeds and now pretzels. His latest creation was of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, whose likeness was accurately depicted. https://twitter.com/darrenrovell/status/802879026759139328 CHICKEN PARM, YOU TASTE SO GOOD Subject: Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning Materials used: chicken, bread crumbs, marinara sauce, and Parmesan cheese #foodart #denverbroncos #peytonmanning #nfl #superbowl50 #chickenparm #peyton A photo posted by @pedalstrike on Jan 31, 2016 at 3:28am PST Wish I could have done this ... Read More
Dumb ass! Brian Baldinger, the NFL Network analyst and former Eagles Player who said in a radio interview that the Eagles should put a bounty on Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, has been suspended by NFL Network per Pro Football Talk. “This is the guy that that we’ve got to hurt,” Baldinger said of Elliott in a radio interview last week. “This is the guy that we’ve got to take out of the game. There’s got to be 10 guys that want to hurt him every single play. In fact, we may even put a little bounty on Ezekiel Elliott.” ... Read More
We've all seen great running backs have breakouts seasons or numerous trips to the pro-bowl, but only the special backs become legendary, Hall of Fame figures. Former Eagles linebacker and Cowboys hater, Seth Joyner, believes the baton has been passed, proclaiming Dallas rookie Ezekiel Elliott, already better than Emmitt Smith. Yes all-time leading rusher, Emmitt Smith. “He’s better than 22,” Joyner said of Elliott on Monday’s 94WIP Midday Show with Joe DeCamara and Jon Ritchie, the morning after the Cowboys’ 29-23 overtime win vs. the Eagles. “I’ve always said, if you took back Barry Sanders and you put him behind ... Read More
According to several sources, Eagles wideout and kick returner Josh Huff was pulled over for speeding on the Walt Whitman Bridge and was caught with both a gun and weed in his possession. https://twitter.com/Jeff_McLane/status/793502527732023297
The Eagles just announced via Twitter, the team will be wearing their black jerseys today. https://twitter.com/Eagles/status/790169514617016320 https://twitter.com/EliotShorrParks/status/790170104046706688
With the NFL cracking down on teams tweeting highlights, and threatening to fine organizations hundreds of thousands -- the Eagles and Browns official Twitter pages trolled and hilariously mocked the league, with their own exclusive highlights. Here's hoping the NFL gets the hint soon! Flip The Page To See The Hilarious Videos:
Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson was fined $6K for wearing cleats that depicted yellow caution tape on Oct. 2 vs. the Browns -- but he's not tripping over it. Jackson had initially planned to wear the cleats only during pregame, but chose to keep them on all game. The Jaccpot CEO says he's cool with the fine, as he just wanted to get his message out. "It's cool, man," Jackson said of the fine. "My message and what I wanted to get across was more of the case for that, so I wasn't worried about that [fine]." Jackson said he ... Read More
Lane Johnson’s 10 game suspension for violating the NFL’s performance enhancing drug policy has been upheld, according to Mike Freeman. https://twitter.com/mikefreemanNFL/status/785853244270583808 Johnson’s lawyer has released a statement per Mike Garafolo saying they “will consider all available legal options.” https://twitter.com/MikeGarafolo/status/785847283023749120 Johnson will miss the next ten games, and will be eligible to return in Week 16 on December 22nd against the New York Giants.
The 'No Fun League' either knows what's best, and will have the last laugh, or this could be the beginning of the end for the NFL. With viewership down and fans complaining, the league took a perceived proactive approach, and banned teams from posting their own game day video and GIFs according to Darren Rovell. Beginning Wednesday, NFL teams can be fined for violating a newly introduced part of the league's social media policy. According to two league memos obtained by ESPN, teams no longer can shoot video inside the stadium during the game and post it on social media, ... Read More