Monday Night Football
The New York Jets went to New England looking to make a statement. They did. The wrong one.
Jets wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery joined Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts Tuesday to recap New York’s “embarrassing” loss to the New England Patriots Monday night.
Don Meredith, the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback who served as a folksy foil for Howard Cosell on ABC’s “Monday Night Football” and helped carve out the niche for colorful ex-athlete broadcasters, has died.
Nothing is straightforward about Donovan McNabb these days. It turns out the $40 million he is supposed to be guaranteed in his new contract could turn out to be a mere $3.5 million.
It probably won’t be easy for the Dallas Cowboys to get back on track against a New York Giants team that features the best defense in the NFC.
Throw out the fact that the Dallas Cowboys own the worst record in the NFC East, occupying the basement with a 1-4 record. The New York Giants simply don’t want to hear it.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten joined Boomer & Carton Friday to preview Monday’s match-up against the New York Giants.
Standing before his highly paid, highly promoted, highly underachieving team, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones let ’em have it this week.
Randy Moss is back where it all began. The star receiver practiced with the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday, one day after he was acquired in a trade from the New England Patriots.
The Chicago Bears stamped themselves as contenders in the NFC. And they did it with a big assist from their oldest rival.
The 33-year-old defensive end thinks his team has a legitimate shot at making a Super Bowl run, something Ellis has dreamed about since being the 12th overall draft pick out of Tennessee in 2000.
A well-rested Rice figures to be heavily involved as the Ravens prepare for Monday night’s season opener against the New York Jets.