Football on the pro and the collegiate level is on the brink of a catastrophe that you can see coming a mile away: somebody is going to die. Don't you think it might help if helmets wouldn't fall off?
Just one night after Trent Edwards found out he was being unexpectedly cut from the Bills, it was revealed he's already been picked up by the Jacksonv...
Braylon Edwards did not start for the Jets last night. His punishment for his DUI arrest? One quarter on the sidelines. After that, he caught just two passes, but they were huge.
Even Charlie Weis thinks Eagles Coach Andy Reid has let himself go. Alright, I feel bad for ripping on Andy. I should probably send him a gift. What about a slimming, black Eagles pullover? Size: Tent.
Braylon Edwards practices with the Jets after his DUI arrest and tells reporters "I don't understand the black eye that this would put on the organization." Yup Braylon, this should really increase PSL sales.
Which baseball team had the biggest increase in payroll this year? That would be the Minnesota Twins. Which baseball team became the first to clinch its division last night? That would be the Minnesota Twins.
Joe Torre returned to the Bronx for the first time since his departure. He was greeted with hugs from his former players and loud cheers from the crowd.
In this Week 1 Review and Week 2 Preview, we parse through the Giants' solid win against the Panthers. In so doing, we laud the defense and the pass ...
Darrelle Revis, who held out of Jets camp, now has a "hamstring issue." How are things going so far, Jets fans?
It's one of the oldest clichés: if Ines Sainz hadn't worn that outfit, the New York Jets would have treated her like a lady.
I don't care how much he's getting paid, what his presence does for the Latino community, or how he has the "personality" for New York. The Jets will never win a Super Bowl with Mark Sanchez.
As you probably heard, Rafael Nadal is just the 7th man in tennis history to win all four major tennis tournaments. Think about that. John McEnroe never did it. Pete Sampras never did either.
Last week, Hard Knocks appeared headed for the sort of disappointing ending that has characterized every Jets season since 1968.
See, in life we hold out for a lot of different things. When we think about holding out, we always think it is going to accomplish something.
Ed Anzalone, better known in New York as "Fireman Ed" is a staple at New York Jets games. Although there is some debate on the subject, Ed claims to have begun the famous cheer heard during every home game: "J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets!"
The hype leading up to tonight's preseason game against the New York Giants and New York Jets has been primarily one-sided. And for good reason as ...