If being $3.3 million richer after Sunday’s Super Bowl is what Nevada sports books consider a worst case scenario, imagine the riches if a last minute play, second-guessed around the world, had gone a little differently.
According to numerous media outlets, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers star defensive tackle Warren Sapp was arrested this afternoon for assault and soliciting a prostitute.
On the field “Beast Mode” roams free without any natural predators, but off of the gridiron Lynch and his “Beast Mode” nickname are preparing for a legal battle that they might not be able shake off.
NFL Players Association President Eric Winston says the league’s new personal conduct policy “violates the CBA in several ways and we’re going to be grieving this as far as we can.”
It isn’t much of a secret anymore that the NFL is the most business savvy of any of the major professional sports leagues in America.
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch knew he had to talk. It didn’t mean he had to say anything.
Tiger Woods will tee off his season in front of 200,000 golf fans and an estimated million people will flock to a revived Phoenix downtown for NFL events.
As insignificant as it really is (seriously, who actually cares), and as little effect it had on the eventual outcome of the game (the Colts were never winning that game), the NFL, players, and fans alike should absolutely take the newest Patriots ploy seriously. Here’s why.
The Patriots made it look easy in advancing to their sixth Super Bowl of the Belichick/Brady era.
The Indianapolis Colts remain healthy heading into Sunday’s AFC Championship game against the New England Patriots in Foxborough. Vontae Davis and Greg Toler expected to play.