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Friday, October 31, 2014

Football

Chad Ochocinco Changing Name Back to Chad Johnson

On August 29, 2008, Chad Johnson legally changed his name to Chad Ochocinco.  Why?  Because he’s insane and was bored with his last name, of all things.  Oh yeah, and he loves attention.  Now for something you may not know. On Tuesday afternoon, Ochocinco joined Trey Wingo and the NFL Live crew via telephone.  Wingo…Read More

Herschel Walker Eyes NFL Comeback

Leading up to his second professional MMA fight on Saturday, Herschel Walker expressed that he wants make a comeback to the NFL. The 48-year-old, who last played for the Cowboys in 1997, came back into the spotlight a year ago when he dominated his first MMA fight against Greg Nagy. It sounds like the 1982…Read More

Pittsburgh Steelers, Green Bay Packers Form Historic Super Bowl

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers are two of the oldest and most storied franchises in NFL history. After winning Sunday, the two will meet on Feb. 6 in Super Bowl XLV. Somewhat surprisingly, it will be the first time the teams have ever met in a championship game. The Steelers already hold the…Read More

Al Davis: Calvin Johnson is Nothing Special

Al Davis never gets old.  Actually, he has gotten old.  Very, very old — but you know what I mean.  It seems like every time he opens his mouth something ridiculous comes out.  Just when Crazy Al says something that might lead us to believe he has a shred of sanity left inside his dome,…Read More

Santonio Holmes Criticizes Brian Schottenheimer, Jets Play Calling

If anyone within the New York Jets organization finds them self on the hot seat this offseason, it could very well be offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.  The Jets defense is generally solid and has received little criticism since Rex Ryan’s arrival, but Mark Sanchez and the offense has been a different story.  Some of New…Read More

Carson Palmer Demanding Trade From Bengals, Owner Says He’s Staying Put

If the Cincinnati Bengals are not willing to make serious changes within their organization, it appears Carson Palmer will try to make them himself. ESPN’s Chris Mortenson reported on Sunday night that Palmer has demanded a trade from the Bengals and is willing to retire if they refuse to deal him. Palmer is under contract…Read More

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