A lot of people want to do better than what they feel President Trump did regarding food for Clemson. As Clemson players' digestive systems recover from their fast food-fueled visit to the White House on Monday, some celebrities have chimed in and offered to feed the players a proper meal in honor of their National Championship Game win over Alabama. Former New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan made an offer on Good Morning America Tuesday morning.

Clemson's championship football team has been offered a victory meal upgrade. After President Donald Trump served the squad McDonald's and other fast food in a White House visit this week, “Good Morning America” host Michael Strahan on Tuesday promised to feed the 15-0 Tigers lobster. “We gonna take care of you,” Strahan, a Hall of Famer who played for the New York Giants, said on the show.

John Parry will be the referee for Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta, the NFL announced Tuesday. It will be Parry's second Super Bowl as referee and third as an official. He refereed Super Bowl XLVI, the New York Giants' second victory over the New England Patriots, and was the side judge in Super Bowl XLI, when the Indianapolis Colts beat the Chicago Bears.

Andrew Luck has done some of his most memorable work rallying the Indianapolis Colts. Lately, the Colts' have allowed Luck to use his preferred strategy by scoring early and often before relying on a balanced attack and an increasingly stout defense to close out victories. It's happened each of the past two weeks in crucial games, putting Indy on the cusp of a historic milestone.

The boilerplate stance for top NFL prospects is to announce they'll be happy with whatever team selects them in the draft. Dwayne Haskins is not taking that approach. Dwayne Haskins has taken the bold approach of calling his shot for the NFL draft, complete with detailed artwork.

It's long been established that Spanish-language broadcasters are some of the most passionate and entertaining listens for fans of professional sports teams. Earlier this season, the Carolina Panthers' Spanish-language crew went viral, shouting “Gano lo ganó!” after kicker Graham Gano's game-winning 63-yard field goal against the New York Giants. Philadelphia Eagles players celebrate after Chicago Bears kicker Cody Parkey misses a field goal in the final minute of their wild-card game on Sunday.

Patriots will host Ravens-Chargers winner, unique history awaits originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com With the Indianapolis Colts jumping all over the Houston Texans to win the Wild Card round easily, locking themselves into a divisional round meeting at the Kansas City Chiefs next Saturday, we now know next week's opponent for the Patriots will be either the Baltimore Ravens or the Los Angeles Chargers, who square off Sunday at 1 p.m. There's not much history between Chargers coach Anthony Lynn and Bill Belichick, their lone meeting as head coaches coming in a Patriots win last season.

Dallas defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford is active for the wild-card playoff against Seattle after missing a game with a neck injury that sent him to a hospital, and Seahawks left guard J.R. Sweezy is in the lineup while nursing a sprained foot. The Cowboys will be without left guard Xavier Su'a-Filo because of an ankle injury, putting rookie Connor Williams back in the lineup. Williams began the season as the starter before injuring a knee.

Ezekiel Elliott won his second NFL rushing title in three seasons for a Dallas offense that has been defined by the ground game for several years now. Seattle takes the league's No. 1 rushing offense into a wild-card playoff against the Cowboys on Saturday night, led by Chris Carson, but with more help from others than your average pro backfield . While receiver Amari Cooper's impact on the Dallas passing game was dramatic following a midseason trade, and Seattle's Russell Wilson again finished among the NFL leaders in touchdowns passing, both teams figure to try to control the second postseason meeting between these franchises with their running backs.

As uncertain as the New York Giants are about their future with quarterback Eli Manning, the 38-year-old quarterback seems to be just as uncertain. In an interview with WFAN's Mike Francesa on Wednesday, Manning discussed what lies ahead for him and the in-depth talk he had with general manager Dave Gettleman on Monday. Quarterback Eli Manning is uncertain about his future with the Giants.

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