Wade Davis played cornerback in the NFL for the Tennessee Titans, Washington Redskins and Seattle Seahawks. His career ended in 2003 due to an injury. He recently came out publicly, and has explained why he made his decision, and what it was like to be a homosexual in an NFL enviornment. Davis is...
Former New England Patriots running back-turned-commentator Craig James failed in his bid for the Texas Senate seat vacated by Kay Bailey Hutchison. In fact, James wasn’t even close in the race that left him a distant fourth place in the GOP primary.
The New Orleans Saints signed a linebacker for the third time this offseason, agreeing to a 5 year deal with David Hawthorne. The 4 year pro out of TCU has surpassed 100 tackles in each of the past 3 seasons. He's extremely versatile, having playing both...
After weeks of speculation as to where he’d land, Peyton Manning finally chose Denver as the next city he’ll call home. The former Colt and future Hall of Fame quarterback immediately turns the Broncos into a
The New England Patriots appearance in Super Bowl XLVI was sealed when Baltimore Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff missed a chip shot field goal that would have sent the AFC Championship game to overtime. It was one of the more devestating misses in sports history...unless you're a Pats fan. Whether it be John Carney missing an extra point after a miracle play (pictured above), or Tony Romo mishandling a FG hold and costing his team a playoff game, let's take a look at the most heartbreaking misses in sports history.
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