San Francisco 49ers
NFL owners voted Tuesday for the 49ers’ new stadium as host of the 2016 game. That facility in Santa Clara, Calif., is due to open for the 2014 season.
Brandon Jacobs hasn’t exactly been keeping it a secret. He wants to return to the Giants. But what are the chances, really?
The New York Post posted a screen grab from Jacobs’ Instagram in which he’s running over a Patriots defender in a Giants uniform. Under the picture, Jacobs writes, “Trying to get back in this uniform.”
The Jets are reportedly looking to trade cornerback Darrelle Revis. But they’re making it difficult to strike a deal, according to Yahoo! Sports.
It sounds like Darrelle Revis is as good as gone. The Jets have two or three teams “prepared to make a trade” for the All-Pro cornerback, according to the Daily News.
Revis expressed his frustration with the team — again in a taped interview — amid widespread speculation that New York is looking to trade the unhappy All-Pro.
Idzik can’t anger Revis, the Niners or any other potential trade partners. He must handle this delicate trade scenario with savvy and sophistication to get the most out of the deal. A difficult job is at hand, and Idzik must show he is up to it.
The NFC West powers are each a player away from truly becoming the team to beat in the conference. All they have to do is call John Idzik, inquire about one Darrelle Revis and let the Jets’ GM do the rest.
The 49ers are one of “a handful of teams” that have talked about making a push for Darrelle Revis, even if he’s just a one-season rental, according to Yahoo! Sports.
Some thought San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith would be great fit for the Jets. So much for that. Two words: Not happening.
Entergy said the device performed without problem during January’s Sugar Bowl and other earlier events. They said the device has been removed and replacement equipment will be installed.
Andrew Luck. Peyton Manning. Tom Brady. Colin Kaepernick. Joe Flacco beat them all, and to Ray Rice, that makes the Ravens quarterback the best in football.
Steve Kallas offers his final thoughts on Super Bowl XLVII and next year’s super matchup at the Meadowlands.
The previous Nevada record was set in 2006, when gamblers wagered $94.5 million. Casinos said they lost big on proposition bets, including a long-shot on whether there would be a safety.
The game fell short of setting a viewership record, but it stands as the third most-watched program in U.S. television history.