With NFL training camp underway, let’s look at the biggest storylines to watch for in camp the next month.
Empires die from within. They collapse on themselves, and they fall by the hybrid disease of hubris and complacency. The NFL’s worldview is increasingly blurry, slowly unable to separate grand from grandiose.
NFL training camps start this week. And these rookies may be already feeling the pressure.
After Boomer and Craig discussed Dungy’s comments at length, Craigie decided to call out the former NFL head coach for his hypocritical take on Michael Sam.
Despite the greed and ego that is often associated with sports, we know there are plenty of moments that demonstrate great courage and pride.
Michael Sam’s magic moment has left America divided, making the masses uncomfortable for many reasons, though much of it has nothing to do with Michael Sam.
Oprah Winfrey plans on making sure that if Michael Sam makes even more history, you’ll be able to see it as it happens.
Fast. Fit. Tenacious. Jets general manager John Idzik says his incoming rookies were picked for talent above all else — that’s the way business is done nowadays in Florham Park.
The NFL has never seen anything like it. But this isn’t just any player — this is Michael Sam, who became the league’s first openly gay player when he was drafted on Saturday.
Ward, who was drafted by the Jets in 2004, claimed that his disappointment had nothing to do with Sam being gay.
Whether any of these guys pan out is for the future. For now, needs were met, expectations were raised. While history was made in St. Louis, the Giants and Jets found plenty of potential.
With the Blueshirts success it was there that Boomer and Craig embarked, setting the stage for what was certain to be four hours of radio gold, because quite frankly, that’s how things work around these parts.
Michael Sam was picked by the St. Louis Rams in the seventh round of the NFL draft, becoming the first openly-gay player drafted by a pro football team.
Welcome to Day 2 of the NFL Draft. Plenty of running backs are still available.
The Missouri defensive end, who likely will be drafted by an NFL team this weekend, will receive the award given to individuals who transcend sports at The 2014 ESPYs on July 16.