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Thursday, March 5, 2015

Football

Terrell Owens Close to Signing with Allen Wranglers of Indoor League

Terrell Owens is close to signing with the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League, Drew Pearson said Thursday. Pearson is the general manager of the Wranglers and a former Dallas Cowboys star receiver. The team announced that they had formally offered Owens a contract for the 2012 season. The compensation package would be $250,000…Read More

Brandon Jacobs Says Cowboys Fans Are Loud, Obnoxious, Worse than Philly Fans

You want to hear something ironic? Brandon Jacobs used the words “loud” and “obnoxious” to describe a group of people on Thursday.  Has anyone done more complaining during the 2011 season than Jacobs?  He’s already cried about wanting out of New York, complained that the fans are not supportive enough, and called Rex Ryan names. …Read More

Is Drew Brees Still Underrated? Robert Meachem Thinks So

For quite some time, Drew Brees was an underrated NFL quarterback.  A few years ago all we ever heard about was Tom Brady and Peyton Manning.  Brady and Manning were in a class of their own with everyone else looking up at them.  Then, Brees won a Super Bowl.  He went on to be named…Read More

Aaron Rodgers is MVP – an Open Email to All NFL Awards Voters

Dear NFL MVP Award voters, I know many of you like to get cute with your votes in order to “be different” or stand out, but I’m hoping this email will help you see that Aaron Rodgers is the Most Valuable Player in the NFL, not anybody else. Rodgers is working on the best passer…Read More

Maurice Jones-Drew Calls Concussions Occupational Hazards, Would Risk them for His Family

The NFL’s thoughts on concussions has evolved. While concussions were largely ignored throughout football history, they have been treated more seriously lately. Congress got the League’s attention by speaking with Roger Goodell. Media pressure, medical studies, and lawsuits from former players has helped convey their severity. Many people realize how awful concussions can be, but…Read More

Dez Bryant May Get Served Lawsuit for Allegedly Failing to Pay a Debt

Just when Dez Bryant was telling everyone all his off-field problems were over, a report says he may get served with a lawsuit for allegedly failing to pay a debt. The Boston Herald says “Endurance Capital Fund, a NY-based micro-finance company, is alleging that Bryant borrowed $100,000 and has refused to repay the full amount…Read More

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