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A graduate of the University of Wyoming, I forever wonder why the Pokes are stuck in the second tier of D1 schools...until I remember not everyone can be so easily lured by great fly fishing and wind swept streets.
The linebacker signed a deal so that he could retire with the Saints. Might as well do it from a 15th-century Inca village at 8,000 feet above sea level. H/t to Greg Bensel from the Saints.
With three days until the NFL Draft, there are more signs that things are changing, some things anyway.
Jimmy Haslam's company is being investigated by the FBI and IRS for fraud and other criminal charges. What does it mean for the Cleveland Browns' new owner?
Standardized testing reveals that the draft's top two receviers are clearly doomed at the NFL level.
The Rams have three picks in the first two rounds, and the chance to dramatically change the team within a 24-hour span.
St. Louis made the former Titans tight end one of the league's highest paid players at that position.
The veteran quarterback returns to the Rams for a third season, but he might be sitting in a different spot on the depth chart this year.
You can't really call yourself a fan until your favorite team's name inked onto the inside of your lips. It really is the perfect complement to a Chiefs tattoo on the back of your head, which this fan also has. (h/t Arrowhead Pride)
Sure, we all know how much the Rams need a receiver and safeties, but what about the other areas of the depth chart crying out for help?
The offseason is treating Janoris Jenkins well. On Thursday night, he was getting himself ready ... strip club ready! He posted this "selfie" to his Instagram account: Strip. Club. Ready. I...
The elder Amendola is not happy about being an internet sensation and thinks it's worth $1 million from Cowboys Stadium.
The Alabama running back played to mixed reviews at his pro day on Thursday. That might be a good thing for the Rams.