Reggie Bush drew critical responses from a number of his nearly 1.7 million Twitter followers when he posted: “Everybody complaining about the lockout! Shoot I’m making the most of it!” But don’t count Giants wide receiver Steve Smith among Bush’s detractors.
Cam Newton was on his way to winning the Heisman Trophy — until about a week ago.
No one knows how many more twists the Cam Newton saga still holds. But everyone has a pretty good idea where he will be when it’s over, regardless of how it ends: cashing paychecks in the NFL.
Has the behavior of professional athletes always been at this magnitude in sports and our society, but just not brought out to the open, or are our values just deteriorating?
Mitch Albom had the guts to say it. During last Sunday’s episode of “The Sports Reporters” – the lone show worth watching on ESPN – Albom made an astonishing assertion, diving headfirst against the tide of political correctness.
It has become glaringly obvious that an epidemic of pass-crazy play-callers have transformed the way NFL offenses do battle on Sundays.
From the death of Broncos wide receiver Kenny McKinley to the DWI charges against Jets receiver Braylon Edwards, the headlines have skewed toward the negative. Even the tragic.
Garrett Hartley kicked a 37-yard field goal that was partially blocked and barely fluttered through as time expired and the Saints spoiled the San Francisco 49ers’ home opener with a 25-22 victory Monday night.
After a solid first couple of weeks we are relegated to just a few premiere games. But this is still the high stakes world of college football. We’re talking about where seasons are lost on a week to week basis.
During an episode of “Hard Knocks,” a few Jets joked that RB Joe McKnight took a pay cut to leave USC for the NFL. They may not have been too far from the truth.
Reggie Bush said Thursday that his decision to relinquish his Heisman Trophy is “not an admission of guilt,” just the best way to end the controversy.
Rather than replace Reggie Bush, who returned his trophy after a scandal erupted, the officials who administer the award decided it would remain vacant for that year.
The New Orleans Saints’ running back released a statement Tuesday saying he would give back the award that he won in 2005 while he was at Southern California.
Craig was not happy this morning, not at all. First of all, his Yankees lost their second straight game to the last place Orioles – this after he opened the doors to his controversial ‘Mets Fans for Yankees Church’.
Yahoo! Sports has reported that 2005 Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush is expected to be stripped of the award by the end of the month. Boomer & Carton weighed in on the topic Wednesday morning.