The hit show’s creators find themselves having some explaining to do after they revealed that one of the many decapitated heads that appeared in it is former President George W. Bush. They say that it wasn’t a political statement.
Jets fans were split on the “Hard Knocks” debate this offseason. Well, those in the “shouldn’t they” camp are in luck.
Forget training camp, you could make a documentary series about the should-they-or-shouldn’t-they drama surrounding the Jets and “Hard Knocks.”
Are two more bundles of joy on the way for Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie?
The Knicks’ forward will make a guest appearance on Showtime’s dark comedy “Nurse Jackie” at 9 p.m. on Sunday. The five-time All Star will play a patient partaking in a group therapy session, acting as a fallen basketball star.
Some Jets fans want to see their team return to the “Hard Knocks” spotlight. Others, not so much. And it appears there’s a prominent Jet in each corner.
If HBO indeed follows Gang Green again, the world will see that the Jets have safeguarded the battle cry of the Brooklyn Dodgers: Wait Until Next Year.
Here we go again? Coach Rex Ryan, Tim Tebow and the rest of Gang Green might be ready for a sequel on HBO’s “Hard Knocks.”
Too bad HBO’s “24/7″ cameras were packed up. Rangers coach John Tortorella had one final Winter Classic sound bite: An apology.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is just rude, crude, and, if he doesn’t fight Manny Pacquiao, a coward.
The New York Yankees stars took a little time off from the pennant race to make guest appearances as themselves on the next-to-last episode of the HBO Comedy “Entourage,” which aired for the first time Sunday night.
The four-car train is doing a limited run from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. every weekend through September.
“It was dark,” Plaxico Burress recalled to interviewer Bryant Gumbel in Tuesday’s edition of “Real Sports” on HBO. “And I kind of, you know, missed a step. That’s when I felt my gun start to slide. I went to grab it to stop it from falling. Pow!”
Plaxico Burress says in an interview for HBO’s “Real Sports” that he “lost count” of how many times he cried in jail.
Derek Jeter allowed cameras to follow him during his pursuit of 3,000 hits partly because “if and when” he has children, he’d like them to be able to see him as a player.