When someone with a racist Twitter handle retweeted the Patriots during a promotion Thursday night, the system generated an image of a jersey with a slur on the back.
And this conflict could conclude in the boxing ring and wind up being pretty beneficial to a worthy charity.
Antrel Rolle believes the Giants played with passion — something that he said had been lacking — and purpose in Seattle on Sunday. But the results still weren’t there.
Blame it on Justin Bieber. At least that’s what a lot of Steelers fans on Twitter were doing during Sunday’s loss to the Jets after the pop star visited his favorite team.
One Westchester democrat is coming under fire for a tweet many are calling racist.
Yeah, the Jets needed this like they needed a hole in the head. Mired in a season to forget, Gang Green is dealing with a new problem — Jesse James Decker.
Here are the top 10 Tweets sent about the Pittsburgh Steelers’ ugly throwback uni’s.
A case of cyber bullying has been taken to a whole new level in New Jersey. Explicit photos purporting to show high school students have been showing up on Twitter.
A Philadelphia radio host is getting a lesson in the unwritten rules of sportsmanship after sending an ill-advised tweet during Sunday night’s Giants-Eagles game.
Bynes’ apparent Tweets come the same day the New York Daily News published a video that purports to show her behaving questionably in an Upper East Side clothing store.
Many teams simply put out information, but there are some that get creative and really enhance their likability through their social-media interaction — particularly on Twitter. Here are six teams that just get it.
Jeter says The Players Tribune will fill a void in the communication process, noting it will let players go into more detail than the 140-character limit on Twitter.
Here are the top 18 Tweets regarding Brady’s less than stellar performance.
The legendary singer revealed the location on Twitter Monday morning. The concert came in anticipation of the release of Diamond’s latest album, “Melody Road.”
A writer from London was making waves in New York Wednesday, after she penned a column slamming the New York City subway system as a “dystopia.”