Joe Thomas has lined up an analyst job with NFL Network, and the former Cleveland Browns offensive lineman’s initial responsibilities will involve contributing to pregame and postgame coverage for “Th
NFL Network reporter Stacey Dales wasn’t having it when a Twitter troll questioned her going outside professional football to provide some NBA analysis.
Michael Irvin attempted to usher in a truce between himself and fellow NFL Network analyst Steve Smith by issuing an apology. Whether or not it works, however, remains to be seen.
Some of Warren Sapp’s NFL Network colleagues apparently are quite happy that the analyst is no longer their co-worker.
LaVarr Arrington, along with his “NFL A.M.” cohorts on the NFL Network morning show, dressed up for Halloween for Friday’s show.
Philip Rivers may be a city boy now, living high on hog as the quarterback of the San Diego Chargers, but his heart has never strayed from his upbringing in Decatur, Alabama.
On Tuesday afternoon, an awkward situation occurred during an NFL Network broadcast of the show Total Access when a hot mic captured analyst Warren Sapp mumbling something in the background while Kan
If I heard it correctly during NFL Network’s coverage of the Green Bay Packers-Chicago Bears game on Thursday night, analyst Steve Mariucci copped to growing up a Packer backer.
Slightly-less-chunky-but-still-chubby TNT NBA analyst Charles Barkley (above, in his much-ballyhooed race against the ageless Dick Bavetta) has formally challenged NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp and
It’s funny because the New England Patriots running back’s last name is Woodhead and Joe Theismann said “Woodcock” instead during a panel discussion on NFL Network.
(scratches making a reference to Ramo from Beat Street off Sportress of Blogitude Bucket List – next up on the list: Johnny 5 from Short Circuit)
Whoever this guy is – all I can say for c
I don’t know about you guys, but the thought of watching a bunch of NFL preseason games makes me want to puke…from excitement!!
If it wasn’t bad enough that the NFL holds potential
The NFL Network’s Rich Eisen just ran his 40-yard dash at the combine and posted – according to a tweet by Eisen – a time of 6.21 seconds (The Huddle has him running it in 6.
Who are the ad wizards who came up with this one? With all the footage available to the NFL Network, their decision sign a one-year agreement to broadcast games from AF1, the new arena football leagu