Posts Tagged ‘Clay Matthews’
Posted: Monday, January 7th, 2013 | Alex Gelhar Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Clay Matthews, Divisional Round, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Joe Webb, Leon Hall, Marshawn Lynch, Matt Schaub, NFL, playoffs, Ray Lewis, RG3, Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks, Wild Card
The the NFL playoffs are finally here. Wild Card weekend came and passed without too much hubbub, as three of the four games didn’t quite live up to the billing. Nevertheless, there were plenty of surprises as usual, so let’s get to the unexpected (and expected) for Wild Card weekend.
Posted: Thursday, March 29th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Endorsements, Clay Matthews, DeMarcus Ware, Joe Namath, Lisa Rinna, Nick Novak, Wes Welker
Former Jets QB Joe Namath created quite a stir when he endorsed pantyhose in the 1970s, but he has nothing on DeMarcus Ware, Clay Matthews and Wes Welker.
Posted: Sunday, February 5th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Super Bowl XLVI, Aaron Rodgers, Alec Baldwin, Alex Smith, Bill Belichick, Calvin Johnson, Clay Matthews, Jim Harbaugh, Joe Namath, Jon Hamm, Madonna, Peyton Manning, Phil Simms, Tim Tebow
The inaugural NFL Honors gala offered a generous dose of memorable moments. The Tim Tebow/Katy Perry encounter is in the books, but there were plenty of gems from Saturday night’s NFL/Hollywood mashup:
Posted: Thursday, February 2nd, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Super Bowl XLVI, Buffalo Bills, Clay Matthews, Cleveland Browns, Dick Vermeil, Fran Levy, Jim Kelly, Marv Levy, Ronnie Harmon
Thursday featured the arrival of two iconic former NFL coaches, Dick Vermeil and Marv Levy, to Radio Row.
Posted: Wednesday, January 25th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2012 Pro Bowl, Charles Woodson, Clay Matthews, Green Bay Packers
According to Packers CB Charles Woodson, the key to making it to the Super Bowl is peaking at the right time.
Posted: Tuesday, January 24th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2012 Pro Bowl, Aaron Rodgers, B.J. Raji, Charles Woodson, Clay Matthews, Green Bay Packers, Greg Jennings, Jeff Darlington, John Kuhn, Scott Wells
As players and coaches began to arrive for the Pro Bowl on Monday, it became immediately clear that we’ll be seeing a major Packers presence throughout the week. And not just because Clay Matthews owned the pool for much of the day.
Posted: Tuesday, January 24th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2012 Pro Bowl, Clay Matthews, frank gore, Greg Jennings, Von Miller
Pro Bowl week officially is under way, as evidenced by the trickle of players already finding their way to the Marriott Ihilani in Honolulu on Monday afternoon.
Posted: Wednesday, June 15th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Andy Reid, Clay Matthews, Dhani Jones, Hines Ward, Michael Vick, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, Plaxico Burress
Twinkle-toes himself, reigning “Dancing With the Stars” champ Hines Ward, will be visiting the NFL.com and NFL Network offices Wednesday afternoon. Be on the lookout for the Steelers receiver to be featured here on NFL.com as well as on “NFL Total Access” on NFL Network tonight. In fact, Ward will join us for a live chat this afternoon at 5 p.m. ET.
Posted: Friday, March 4th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Pick Six, Bart Scott, Bill Goldberg, Brian Pillman, Bronko Nagurski, Clay Matthews, Edge, Ernie Ladd, Kurt Angle, Lawrence Taylor, Lou Thez, Steve McMichael, Verne Gagne, Wahoo McDaniel
NFL players players are no stranger to the squared circle, but who are the best to have come from the NFL to excel in professional wrestling? Who else is going to answer this question?
Posted: Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Charlie Sheen, Clay Matthews, Hugh Jackman, Jessica Szohr, Mila Kunis, Stacy Keibler
Charlie Sheen has a point — winning is good. But sometimes it can go to your head. Just take Sheen’s Ricky Vaughn character from “Major League” — who shows up to Spring Training the year after leading the Indians to a division title with a three-piece suit, a blonde on his arm and a Hollywood attitude in the sequel. It’s all about winning.
Posted: Saturday, February 26th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Casey Matthews, 2011 NFL Scouting Combine, Atlanta Falcons, Clay Matthews, Cleveland Browns, Green Bay Packers
Oregon LB Casey Matthews, like brother Clay before him, adores the prestigious football family he was born into, but he’s determined to carve out a name for himself in the NFL.
Posted: Wednesday, February 16th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Pick Six, Aaron Rodgers, Brett Favre, Chad Ochocinco, Clay Matthews, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Drew Brees, Edge, Hines Ward, Hugh Jackman, Jay Cutler, John Cena, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Ray Lewis, Ric Flair, Steve Smith South, Terrell Owens, The Miz, The Rock, Triple H, Zack Ryder
The biggest story in sports this week is the return of The Rock to the WWF. The news sent waves around the world, not only was The Rock trending on Twitter, but so was his alter-ego Dwayne Johnson. That, my friends, takes star power.
And it got me thinking, is there anybody in the NFL who carries the Rock’s charisma? Some might say Chad Ochocinco, but that doesn’t really work. Mainly because The Rock was once a champion.
Posted: Wednesday, February 9th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2011 Pro Bowl, Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews, Deion Sanders, Devin Hester, Larry Fitzgerald, Marshall Faulk, Mike Smith, Shannon Sharpe, Super Bowl XLV, Tony Gonzalez
Hey NFL fan! It’s Ralph Lanier Jr., your NFL Director of Fandemonium here to tell you all about my phenomenal experiences at the 2011 Pro Bowl and also Super Bowl XLV. It’s been a busy and exciting couple of weeks and sadly, these are my final two entries.
Posted: Sunday, February 6th, 2011 | Pat Kirwan Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews, Frank Zombo, Green Bay Packers, Super Bowl XLV
The Packers have a slant package which is really been their bread and butter. But the receivers reactions has been terrible, with at least five drops. Either the passes have been too hard, or the receivers aren’t seeing the ball, but the slant game has been non-existent.
Posted: Sunday, February 6th, 2011 | Pat Kirwan Tags: Hines Ward, A.J. Hawk, Ben Roethlisberger, Charles Woodson, Clay Matthews, Desmond Bishop, Dom Capers
Big series all in shotgun, empty with no backs. Green Bay decided not to pressure, went with mostly three- or four-man rush and the Steelers were able to move the ball.