It'll definitely be interesting to see where this comment leaves Under Armour standing within the masses, after Kevin Plank basically put his foot in his mouth, by co-signing the new president. Plank, the longtime Under Armour CEO, is in the news after praising President Donald Trump in an interview with CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report" on Tuesday. "To have such a pro-business president is something that is a real asset for the country," Plank said. "People can really grab that opportunity." Plank was responding to a question from CNBC anchor Scott Wapner on the CEO's involvement in Trump's Manufacturing Jobs ... Read More
And some of you always thought Martellus Bennett was just some mercurial guy, who just happened to make it to the NFL. For years, especially during his early days with the Cowboys, Martellus Bennett was known more for his goofy antics, than catching touchdown or speaking deeply about social issues. With age, maturity and a Super Bowl ring, comes growth and perspective, so After the Patriots' Super Bowl parade, Bennett took to Twitter to share some wisdom and inspire other. Bennett went hard in the paint, breaking down why he thinks the way he does, how he's more than an ... Read More
The NFL really is the one league where on any given Sunday, any team can walk away victorious. The internet sees everything, and the Detroit Lions official twitter account definitely noticed that all of ESPN's so-called NFL experts -- picked the Saints to defeat the Lions at home. Afterwards, they trolled ESPN's experts really strong with one tweet.
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.
If Odell Beckham can't find any love around the NFL -- he can always count on Antonio Brown for some peer support. Beckham's New York Giants will be visiting Heinz Field to battle Antonio Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday -- so the two talented wide receivers decided to make it a BFF night -- just kicking it dolo. Beckham and Brown train together in the offseason, so it's nothing odd, but Twitter wasn't having it, and they reacted. https://twitter.com/sgonz602/status/805270240603021312 https://twitter.com/chefcurry21/status/805280863848001536 https://twitter.com/auryaes/status/805270581671292928 https://twitter.com/chuck4prez/status/805271384477888512 Flip The Page To See More Photos and Video:
I don't think Malcolm Butler would be this successful if they were truly one-on-one battling for that pizza on a hundred-yard field? In this funny ad for Visa and Papa John's, the New England Patriots cornerback put his coverage skills to the test -- shadowing Antonio Brown around town before stealing his pizza. https://youtu.be/1Xltp-GhAoo
Many teams tried to get Troy Aikman to not retire, or actually lace them back up after he walked away from the Dallas Cowboys. During the NFL Network's "A Football Life" on Friday, the Cowboys' Hall of Fame quarterback said he almost came out of retirement to join his former offensive coordinator Norv Turner with the Miami Dolphins in 2002. "I almost ... I was going to come out of retirement my third year out," Aikman told Fox Sports announcer Thom Brennaman on the show. "I got a call from (head coach Dave) Wannstedt and he was the head coach. ... Read More
Say what you want about Rob Gronkowski, but he's one of the most optimistic and happy-go-lucky guys that you'll ever meet. The New England Patriots star was already back to his usual hilarious self, just hours after his season ended, following back surgery. https://vine.co/v/5PavV6XTuqE
Black Lives really don't matter, according to Jefferson Parish Sheriff's. The man who authorities say shot Joe McKnight has been released from custody, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office said according to Ian Rapoport. https://twitter.com/RapSheet/status/804709710675005440 Col. John Fortunato, a JPSO spokesman, said no charges have been filed "as of yet" against the man, Ronald Gasser, 54. "Gasser was released overnight and has not been charged as of yet," Fortunato said. "The matter remains under investigation."
NFL players will have the chance to share the causes that are important to them during all Week 13 games, without being fined, as part of the NFL’s My Cause, My Cleats campaign. The initiative is a culmination of 18 months of collaborative work between the NFL and players across the league, and it includes an online storytelling platform, in partnership with The Players’ Tribune. Throughout the season, participating players have worked with The Players’ Tribune to tell the stories behind their cleats via long-form features and profile cards. More than 500 players plan to showcase their causes on the ... Read More