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.
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
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.
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. Per Jefferson Parish PIO, Ronald Gasser, suspect in the Thurs shooting of Joe McKnight, was released from custody and not formally charged.
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
Janoris Jenkins is going to have chill on this one, especially because Pryor isn’t known as a natural wide receiver. It all started when Pryor took exception to Jenkins questioning his receiver skills. Talk is talk. We will see Sunday. Never wanted to play the game as much as I do this Sunday ! https://t.co/qjhkW8G8X2
The Ravens are so wrong for this, yet they were so right. With a coaching staff and front office full of savvy NFL diehards, it was shocking that the Ravens would utilize the rule book to their advantage, to milk out the final seconds of a close win over the Bengals. Using genius only utilized
Another teams inability to judge talent, can become some other franchise’s shining light. The Cleveland Browns cut Taylor Gabriel, the tiny wide receiver they’d signed as an undrafted free agent in 2014, back in early September. He’s had a few shining moments for the Falcons this season, and is showing out against the Arizona Cardinals,
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. Eagles QB Carson
I see both sides, because players have to do a better job of keeping their cool — while I’ve always enjoyed fans rushing the field after a huge win. In what was probably his final regular season game — a stinging defeat at the hands of their hated rival — Heisman Trophy candidate Jabrill Peppers