Roger Goodell’s appearances on the NFL Draft stage have been met with boos for years, but Phillyfans saved their most vicious jeers for Drew Pearson, who announced the Cowboys’ second-round selection—booing him so fervently that the name was all but unintelligible.
Congratulations to commenter JrueD, who was the first to call a confirmed BINGO in our NFL Draft jersey-spotting competition thanks to eagle eyes (and without, incredibly, needing Eagle eyes) spotting the following jerseys for a diagonal win:
Last night, Chicago traded up to take North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky with the second overall pick, enraging Bears fans but absolutely delighting this Packers fan who turned up at the draft party to, presumably, mock his conference rivals.
Takkarist McKinley was raised by his grandmother, and he promised just before she died that he’d make it to a Division I football team. Having achieved that—and then some—the UCLA defensive end brought a photo of his grandmother to the stage after his selection by the Falcons with the 26th pick; he then launched into…
Rob Gronkowski turned up at tonight’s Wrestlemania in Orlando in support of buddy Mojo Rawley to help bust up some bad guys en route to Rawley’s win in the Andre the Giant memorial battle royal.
Chris Johnson’s record of 4.24 in the NFL combine 40, set in 2008, is no more as John Ross clocked a 4.22—something the Washington wide receiver said was a goal before his audition for pro football scouts.
Rob Gronkowski is, for whatever reason, on Fox’s Daytona 500 coverage today, and he’s doing roughly what you’d expect him to be doing. Here he’s talking to a young woman identified as a “Monster girl,” and not quite getting the answer he was going for.
James White’s touchdown in overtime gave the Patriots their fifth NFL title and ended one of the wildest Super Bowls in history. Here’s how that championship-winning play sounded on nine different broadcasts, including, in order: Fox, Fox Deportes, Patriots radio, Falcons radio, BBC Radio 5, Westwood One Radio,…
One of Lady Gaga’s dancers was really into it during tonight’s Super Bowl halftime show.
So far the biggest moment of tonight’s Super Bowl was Tom Brady throwing a pick-six. For the purposes of critical and educational analysis, we allow you to listen to and discuss the play as it was called by announcers on Fox Deportes, BBC 1, PULS 4 (Austria), and Televisa (Mexico). Which broadcasters called it best?
Julio Jones hauled in a fantastic sideline catch en route to the Falcons’ second touchdown tonight—one viewers around the world felt deserving of the Moonwalker treatment.
Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan, who voted for Donald Trump, is speaking out against Trump’s ban on refugees and on all entry from seven majority-Muslim countries. While NBA representatives have been vocal in expressing their disapproval of the ban, the NFL has been mostly silent—making Khan’s voice a prominent…
We’ve illustrated Kirk Cousins’s legendary competitiveness a few times, but the Washington QB may have taken it a bit far today at a charity flag football game when he got very angry and shoved a volunteer official.
Chris Hogan hauled in his second touchdown of the game and the Patriots took a 17-6 lead over Pittsburgh in tonight’s AFC championship game thanks to this 34-yard flea-flicker touchdown that left the New England wide receiver looking, briefly, quite panicked.
Chris Conley took a blow to the head from Steelers safety Sean Davis that left the Chiefs receiver dazed on the turf late in Kansas City’s playoff game tonight against Pittsburgh. In classic NFL concussion protocol fashion, Conley returned to the game after missing just one play:
The Falcons narrowed a Seahawks lead tonight when midway through the second quarter Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson tripped and fell into the end zone—where he was easily touched down for a safety. Oops!
Steelers assistant coach and former All-Pro linebacker Joey Porter is in trouble with the law after being arrested outside a South Side Pittsburgh bar hours after his team’s playoff win over the Miami Dolphins, according to police.
Aaron Rodgers made up for an uneasy first half by finding Randall Cobb in the end zone to close out the first half against the Giants, giving Green Bay a 14-6 lead at the intermission.
Bud Dupree’s crushing, and penalized, hit on Matt Moore knocked the Dolphins quarterback out of the game for a play as Miami attempted to come back from a 20-3 deficit in Pittsburgh.