Former NFL player and current analyst Warren Sapp apologized to former Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey for publicly calling him a "snitch" in regards to "bountygate." In a radio appearance, Sapp claims he met with Shockey and told him...
Over the weekend, at the end of the Washington Redskins’ rookie minicamp, head coach Mike Shanahan annointed Robert Griffin III the starting quarterback going forward. Griffin was the second pick of the 2012 NFL draft last month, and the Redskins are ready to hand him the keys to the team.
While the opponents are already known, the New Orleans Saints will learn the time, day, and network of each of their games this upcoming season. It will not be an easy road for the black and gold. The Saints know they'll be playing...
Former NFL defensive tackle and current NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp raised a lot of eyebrows today when he tweeted that former Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey was the whistle-blower in the Saints bounty case. Could it be true?
There’s just something about NFL football that makes us want to slap on some war paint, throw back some beers and make drunken messes of ourselves. Some fans are clearly more into this than others and it’s those hardcore sports nuts that we all get our inspiration from.
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