D.J. Swearinger has a reputation that could be hurting him.
Each week the Texans’ opponent will hold a conference call with the Houston media. Here are the notes from that call.
Add Hillary Clinton to the list of prominent figures to clamor for the NFL’s Washington team to change its nickname. The former Senator, Secretary of State and First Lady told Fusion TV on Wednesday that […]
Mike Florio from Profootballtalk.com joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez on a special 4th of July to talk the Jimmy Graham ruling and how it may affect similar players in the future. They also discuss Dan Snyder’s new demands for changing the Redskins’ name, and get into how/when/if Jim Irsay will be punished by the NFL.
Uncle Sam dipped his beak in the NFL waters this week, making a statement about football’s most controversial franchise
Mike Meltser gives his thoughts on the Texans’ 2014 slate of games
Jim Corbett of USA Today joined The Triple Threat to talk about the addition of Desean Jackson to the Redskins.
B-Straw and Pauly G pack their bags and head out on a three-stop trip around the U.S. The guys travel just a few hours northwest to Austin, where they are joined by 1300 “The Zone” host Rob Babers. Babers discusses the possibility of renewing the historical UT vs. A&M rivalry that fans of both universities are anxiously anticipating. Next, Brien and Paul travel to our nation’s capital to talk with WJFK’s Grant Paulson about the on-going negotiations between DeSean Jackson and the Washington Redskins. At their last stop in Milwaukee, the guys join Doug Russell from NewsRadio 620 WTMJ to discuss the upcoming match-up between the no. 2 seed Wisconsin Badgers and the no. 8 seed Kentucky Wildcats.
Brien Straw and Paul Gallant go on a rant, highlighting stories that will have your shaking your head. The guys start off with joking about the new foundation started by the Redskin’s owner Dan Snyder. The guys went on to highlight Virgil Tillman’s last meal before he was arrested at a fine restaurant after being on the run from the police since July, 2013.
The NFL is considering a heavy tax on it, citing the fact that the gridiron is a workplace, and thus they can control the language and lexicon of its players. It’s probably the most delicate and toxic topic we’ll ever discuss in sports.