September 2017


Two Mondays ago, Manning incurred a critical delay of game penalty in New York’s loss to Detroit, turning a fourth-and-2 into a fourth-and-7, and a gonna-go-for-it call into a field goal attempt. Afterwards, McAdoo called it “sloppy quarterback play.” In doing so, he spoke not necessarily to Manning but through him, in sending the message to Giants players that no one is above being called out.

FRISCO, Texas -- The NFL is asking a federal appeals court to dismiss Ezekiel Elliott's entire lawsuit in its bid to lift an injunction that blocked the star Dallas Cowboys running back's six-game suspension over a domestic violence case in Ohio. The league wrote in a filing Wednesday to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans that the players' union case filed on behalf of Elliott had resulted in "hopelessly doomed proceedings." The court requested arguments from both sides over U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzant's jurisdiction. The Texas judge granted Elliott's request for an injunction while the case plays out in federal court. The NFL asked the appeals court for an emergency stay

The Dallas Cowboys during the national anthem at University of Phoenix Stadium on Monday. The National Football League is in a dogfight with U.S. President Donald Trump over players refusing to stand during the national anthem. But the same 1,600-person poll also asks respondents to name their favorite NFL team. It turns out the Dallas Cowboys — ‘America’s Team’ — is just that. The Cowboys were cited by 10 percent respondents as their favorite NFL team. That includes 11 percent of Republicans and 9 percent of Democrats. The poll was conducted Sunday and Monday. The Cowboys, including owner Jerry Jones, took a knee before the anthem during Monday night's game against the Arizona Cardinals. The

New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. had little regret about the dog-like celebration that angered the team, and claims NFL rules about post-score revelry are confusing. Beckham said Wednesday he met with unhappy co-owner John Mara to discuss his vulgar celebration in which Beckham got down on all fours and pretended to urinate like a dog after catching a fourth-quarter touchdown pass in a loss to the Eagles. Beckham refused to discuss his conversation with Mara.

New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. had little regret about the dog-like celebration that angered the team, and claims NFL rules about post-score revelry are confusing. Beckham said Wednesday he met with unhappy co-owner John Mara to discuss his vulgar celebration in which Beckham got down on all fours and pretended to urinate like a dog after catching a fourth-quarter touchdown pass in a loss to the Eagles. Beckham refused to discuss his conversation with Mara.

New York Giants co-owner John Mara hit Odell Beckham Jr. with the verbal equivalent of a rolled-up newspaper on Tuesday after the Giants receiver pretended to pee like a dog in a touchdown celebration.

Trump issued four tweets about the situation but made his strongest comments at a White House press conference in the Rose Garden. - - The widow of former NFL player and U.S. Army serviceman Pat Tillman told CNN in a statement that she doesn't wish for the memory of her husband to be politicized. "As a football player and soldier, Pat inspired countless Americans to unify," Marie Tillman told CNN.

President Donald Trump continued his attack on the NFL on Tuesday, labeling the protests by teams and players as "disgraceful" and saying he was "ashamed" by what he witnessed. Trump issued four tweets about the situation but made his strongest comments at a White House press conference in the Rose Garden. - - The widow of former NFL player and U.S. Army serviceman Pat Tillman told CNN in a statement that she doesn't wish for the memory of her husband to be politicized.

There are a lot of people unhappy around the New York Giants these days. Co-owner John Mara is upset with star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. for his post-touchdown celebration in which he urinated like a dog. Coach Ben McAdoo is being short with the media.

Carson Wentz‘s wallet is going to be a little lighter this week. No, Wentz didn’t get fined. Instead, the Philadelphia Eagles‘ second-year quarterback owes rookie kicker Jake Elliott some money. Wentz was mic’d up for Sunday’s 27-24 win against the New

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