Antonio Brown Will Appear on Cover of Madden 19

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppAntonio Brown is a lot of things. He is a Pittsburgh Steeler, a 6-time Pro-Bowler, and now he is a cover athlete. That’s right; AB has been chosen to be on the cover of EA Sport’s Madden 19 video game. BREAKING: Antonio Brown is the Madden 19 cover athlete EA will make official announcement later today pic.twitter.com/E42M4hRhxR — Tyler Conway (@jtylerconway) July 18, 2018 Brown spoke briefly about how much it means for him to be the cover athlete of the game he grew up playing:…

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Darrelle Revis Announces His Retirement

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppFollowing a failed stint with the Kansas City Chiefs, Darrelle Revis has decided to hang up his cleats once and for all. The 7-time Pro Bowler announced his decision to retire on Wednesday via Twitter. pic.twitter.com/qql6ynxpEP — Darrelle Revis (@Revis24) July 18, 2018 During his prime years as a member of the New York Jets, Revis was the best cornerback in the NFL. He regularly covered the opposing team’s best receiver, putting them on a place known as “Revis Island.” This nickname, which was trademarked by…

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Le’Veon Bell May Leave Steelers

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppLe’Veon Bell has proved that he is one of the best running backs, if not the best, in all of football. He knows that he is a superstar in the NFL, and he wants to be paid like one. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Le’Veon Bell were unable to reach an agreement on a contract extension ahead of the 4 PM franchise tag deadline. The Steelers reportedly offered Bell a monstrous five-year, $70 million deal, but that amount just wasn’t close enough to Le’Veon’s desired 17…

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Tom Brady May Be Greater, but Aaron Rodgers is Better

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Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppThe NFL players recently ranked Tom Brady as the best player in the league while putting Aaron Rodgers at 10, and the fourth best QB. Aaron Rodgers vs. Tom Brady is the great debate in the NFL. People who select Brady, like the majority of the players will choose Brady because he has five rings. And that is their only argument, making it a weak one. Most players only care about and judge by rings, which is flawed in its own right. And because Tom…

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June 17th, 1994: A Day to Remember in Sports History

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsApp Today marks the 24th anniversary what was perhaps the wildest day in sports history. Many of the most memorable moments in athletics all happened to place on the same day: June 17, 1994. Perhaps you remember the 17th as the day your eyes were fixed on your television as OJ Simpson attempted to evade police in a low-speed chase in his White Ford Bronco. Or maybe as the last time golf legend Arnold Palmer would compete in the U.S. Open. Not ringing a bell?…

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