The NFL and music have long had crossover appeal, from the “Super Bowl Shuffle” to Deion Sanders‘ hit “Must be the Money.” More recently, Kellen Winslow was a DJ at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. But Detroit Lions linebacker Justin Durant has taken a different direction, serving as a music critic for Detroit’s Metro Times. From his archives, Durant has called Curtis Mayfield‘s “Superfly” the “best soundtrack ever made.” He even made an iPod playlist to commemorate Calvin Johnson‘s huge contract. Among the selections: “Money To Blow” by Birdman ft. Drake & Lil Wayne, “I Get Money” by 50 Cent, and Shane McMahon‘s old entrance music from the WWF. And of course, that playlist would not […]
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Deion Sanders, Michael Irvin, Marshall Faulk and Steve Mariucci preview the 2012 NFL Draft, as they debate Andrew Luck vs. RG3 and take a look at other top players in the draft.
Does the NFL Scouting Combine know how to cap off the week, or what? There’s no better bow to wrap around it than the defensive back workouts.
We know all about teams that have performed fight songs. But some individuals went off on their own as well.
Posted: Saturday, February 4th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Super Bowl XLVI, Archie Manning, Artie Lange, Barry Sanders, Cam Newton, David Arquette, Deion Sanders, DirecTV Celebrity Beach Bowl, DJ Pauly D, Joe Manganiello, Joe Montana, Jordin Sparks, Kate Upton, Maria Menounos, Matthew Stafford, Neil Patrick Harris, Peyton Manning, snoop dogg, Terrell Owens, Warren Moon
The sixth annual DirecTV Celebrity Beach Bowl became a coming-out party for the gloriously obscene Snoop Dogg, who took MVP honors in a 34-21 win for Team Palladia over Team Spike TV.
From where I’m standing, at the perimeter of the human mass surrounding Chad Ochocinco, a boom microphone is more valuable than gold.
If there’s a “Worst Dressed List” at Super Bowl XLVI, Wes Welker has a nominee: his coach, Bill Belichick.
There they go. Four men with nine Super Rings between them, packed into a rollicking, pimped-out golf cart bursting at the seams.
NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders says Tim Tebow has the “it” factor. But is that enough for the Broncos to sustain long-term success?
Philip Rivers has seen better days, but there’s only so many ways he can explain it.
Nnamdi Asomugha is the poster boy for the big-talent buzz kill taking place in Philadelphia.
In many ways the Eagles took a calculated risk trading capable backup Kevin Kolb during the offseason. Was trading Kolb the right move?
Jay Cutler has his detractors. He has his believers. Most fall squarely in one category or the other.
Posted: Friday, September 9th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, 9/11, Adam Rank, Brian Billick, Dave Dameshek, Deion Sanders, Green Bay Packers, Matthew Stafford, New Orleans Saints, Peyton Manning, Roger Goodell
How’s that for a start to the season? Thursday night’s opening contest between the New Orleans Saints and Green Bay Packers featured more points than the previous three Thursday Kickoff games combined. Re-live all the best moments at NFL.com’s Game Center.
Three days stand between us and the start of the 2011 season. Before we focus on all that’s to come this season, we take a look back at what the No. 3 means when it comes to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.