May 2011

One would think that a girl's memories of her father would not be of tailgating in a cold parking lot in East Rutherford, New Jersey. However, as season ticket holders to the New York Giants I can tell you that those are some of my best memories of my father.
Eli Manning is happy that former teammate Plaxico Burress will be sprung from the big house soon.
NFL lockout As a proud member of the Yahoo! Contributor Network, I have basically chosen to ignore the NFL lockout. Ostriches hide their heads in the sand to avoid danger. Husbands take naps to ignore "honey-do" lists.
I love watching Minnesota Vikings' players vastly exceeding expectations on the field, especially rookies who were seen as huge projects before the beginning of the season. That was exactly the case for Vikings' rookie quarterback/wide receiver Joe Webb in 2010.
Some reports are saying that the Philadelphia Eagles could be the biggest contender to sign Plaxico Burress once he is available. Burress, the former wide receiver of the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Giants, is set to be released from prison on June 6.
On June 06, 2011, Plaxico Burress will be released from prison. In September 2009, Burress was sentenced to two years in prison for violating New York City's gun laws. But he will soon be a free man. It will be interesting to see where Burress goes from here.
On June 6, two weeks from Monday, Plaxico Burress will walk out of New York's Oneida Correctional Facility a free man. And a free agent. Unfortunately for him, he's also going from lockdown to lockout. The NFL's work stoppage means … Continue reading →
Football players have felt encouraged to pursue other sporting interests during the NFL lockout. Minnesota Vikings defensive-end Ray Edwards became the second NFL player to join in the boxing ranks after winning his pro boxing debut on May 20, 2011.
A few days ago, I was alerted to an essay composed by New York Giants co-owner John Mara that appeared on and . He was commenting on strategies developed by the players, previously known as the NFLPA before decertification, declaring that chaos could evolve.
Greatest NFL franchises At the conclusion of the 2009 NFL season, my New Orleans Saints reached the Promised Land and won the Super Bowl. For a brief moment, I knew what it was like to be a fan of a winning NFL franchise. But many other NFL fans have grown accustomed to their...

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