The Seattle Seahawks equipment staff punked ‘Hawks players and coaches this week with a prank that turned 300-pound lineman into jelly.
It’s that special time of year when NFL players — some sequestered in remote, spartan college dormitories and hemmed in by curfew — must turn to each other for entertainment, typically at the expense of the team’s rookies.
Cowboys rookie wide receiver Dez Bryant won’t carry Roy Williams’ shoulder pads and, in another strange turn of events, Under Armour won’t be carrying Dez Bryant.
If (and, of course, when) Brett Favre returns for his 20th NFL season, Vikings coach Brad Childress has a good sense of what it will take to get the 40-year-old ready for action.
Posted: Monday, July 26th, 2010 | Marc Sessler | Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Bernie Kosar, Bill Belichick, Dez Bryant, Donald Driver, Drew Bledsoe, Gisele Bundchen, Marcus McNeill, Philip Rivers, Rex Ryan, Robert Kraft, Roy Williams, Sean Lee, Shawne Merriman, Tom Brady, Vincent Jackson
Tom Brady reported to Patriots training camp with the team’s rookies Sunday, according to The Boston Globe. Brady and the Patriots also have begun discussing a contract extension.
NBA godfather Michael Jordan, Cowboys QB Tony Romo and the Celtics’ Ray Allen will tee off together in the flesh, followed by a quarterback trio to die for: Troy Aikman, John Elway and Aaron Rodgers.
Not to be outdone by the mass-media antics of Brett Favre and LeBron James, Terrell Owens has taken to the press to plead his case for a role — even a supporting one — in the 2010 NFL season.