Tagging Jason Pierre-Paul, which would deprive the impending free agent of seeking out more lucrative pastures, would not sit well with him at all. It might even hinder long-term negotiations.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bruce Irvin was fined $10,000 for his role in the fight that happened with just 18 seconds left on the clock.
Flash back to October 2014: A caller says to WFAN’s Mike Francesa that maybe one day North Dakota could have an NFL team. Here’s the classic exchange in animated form.
With Super Bowl Sunday in the rear-view mirror, the NFL offseason is underway, which led to Boomer and Craig opening up Thursday’s radio program talking about some off-the-field issues…
Fans sported No. 12 Brady jerseys, shouted the MVP’s name and held “We are the CHAMPIONS” placards. One had a sign that read: “Belichick for President.”
The recently hired Buffalo coach had the tattoo on his biceps updated to his new team’s colors at a parlor in Scottsdale, Arizona, last Friday. “I’m all in,” he told the Wall Street Journal.
While Boomer and Craig were discussing Warren Sapp’s arrest, Al Dukes made it known that he failed to notice any prostitutes during his time in Arizona.
Former NFL lineman and Hall of Famer Warren Sapp was arrested Monday on suspicion of soliciting a prostitute and allegedly assaulting two women, Phoenix police said.
Because they didn’t go into Beast Mode, the Seattle Seahawks found themselves in Spin Mode after losing Super Bowl XLIX.
If it weren’t for the Seahawk’s ill-fated play call late in the fourth quarter, some would be calling this the worst decision in the history of the Super Bowl.
Domestic violence. Concussions. Retired players suffering. None of it gets washed away by a thoroughly enjoyable title game. Goodell and the owners need to understand that first.
And then they must deal with it, preferably before the next Super Bowl.
Boomer and Carton are still live in Arizona one more day and are amped to talk about an incredible game.
In a statement, Commissioner Roger Goodell called Mara “a tower of strength, dignity and inspiration for her family and all of us in the NFL.”
It didn’t matter how much air was in the balls, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was unstoppable when the pressure was strongest.
Ms. “Frozen” was on fire at the Super Bowl. Idina Menzel belted out an outstanding live rendition of the national anthem ahead of the big game Sunday in Phoenix.