The finest NFL free agent available right now is DeAndre Hopkins, and if the seasoned wide receiver gets his way, the team that signs him won’t get much for their money. After being released by the Arizona Cardinals two weeks ago, Hopkins, who turns 31 on June 6, became a free agent. He played for… Continue reading What Kind of Money Does DeAndre Hopkins Want?
According to a recent Forbes analysis, the Dallas Cowboys were the most successful sports franchise in the world during the previous three years, earning about $1.2 billion in total. Operating income, which Forbes defines as earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization, was far higher for the Cowboys than for any other professional sports organization,… Continue reading What are the Most Profitable Sports Teams in the World?
Le’Veon Bell recently made an appearance on a podcast. Over five years have passed since the former Pro Bowl running back played his final game wearing a Pittsburgh Steelers uniform. Bell made some startling confessions about his time in the NFL, which appears to be all but done as he pursues a boxing career, in… Continue reading Le’Veon Bell Finally Admits Steelers Hold Out was a Mistake
Due to the foot injury he sustained in Week 13 of the 2022 NFL season, the former 49ers quarterback reportedly has an uncertain future in the Silver and Black. This could prevent him from receiving any sort of Raiders salary. Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk said late on Saturday night that he had gotten… Continue reading Jimmy Garoppolo’s Fresh Start with the Raiders Isn’t Going as Planned
By breaking ties with DeAndre Hopkins, the Arizona Cardinals pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the NFL offseason. Hopkins was released by Arizona after the team was unable to identify a trade partner for him. Hopkins is now free to sign with any team he chooses following his release. Hopkins signed an extension… Continue reading Arizona Cardinals Release DeAndre Hopkins
Jim Brown, a renowned running back who helped the Cleveland Browns win their most recent NFL title in 1964 and is regarded as one of the all-time greats of the game as well as a formidable social crusader off the field, has passed away at the age of 87, according to his wife. Brown, a… Continue reading Jim Brown Dies – Sports World Reacts – A Look at His Career
It’s not like Matt Ryan is the last person to realize that it’s over when he declares that he isn’t retiring upon joining CBS as an analyst. He can’t act like it’s over unless he wants to risk losing the $12 million contract he will receive from the Colts in 2023 by declining to play… Continue reading Matt Ryan Cannot Officially Claim He is Retired from the NFL
Mason Rudolph is apparently joining the Pittsburgh Steelers once more, which is a surprising development. According to numerous rumors, the backup quarterback is anticipated to re-sign with the Steelers. Two months into free agency, Rudolph, 27, is still unsigned. In the third round of the 2018 draft, the Steelers selected Rudolph as their backup quarterback… Continue reading Steelers Will Sign Mason Rudolph to New Contract
Recently, SBnation franked the worst sports team owners of all time. This article is a summary of that post. Dan Snyder’s reign of terror is now finished, like a lingering fart that has been let out of a tent. The Josh Harris-led group is prepared to purchase the Washington Commanders and bring the franchise back… Continue reading Ranked – The Worst Sports Team Owners of All Time
The Chiefs and Eagles will face off again in 2023, this time in a historic primetime slot, with the exhilarating outcome of Super Bowl LVII still fresh in the minds of fans everywhere. It will be the second time ever that a Super Bowl rematch will be the main event of Monday Night Football when… Continue reading Eagles Get a Chance at Revenge in Regular Season Matchup With Chiefs