Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick opened up about his comeback in the most recent issue of GQ magazine, admitting he originally didn’t plan on coming to Philadelphia.
The NFL Players Association executive board and 32 team reps voted unanimously Monday to approve the terms of a deal with owners to the end the 4½-month lockout.
If the 2011 football season is wiped out by a labor war, it’s to be hoped that it won’t be remembered by Super Bowl XLV.
When Michael Vick goes to his locker, three words stare him in the face: Walk Your Talk. Vick is doing exactly that these days with the Philadelphia Eagles.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says Michael Vick is doing all the right things and he’s proud of the way the Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback has turned his life around after serving time in prison for his role in a dogfighting ring.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was at Eagles training camp on Tuesday and had a chance to talk about the Michael Vick situation.
Commentary By: Marc Farzetta Often we, as the “regular” people, look at millionaire athletes and wonder “What the hell were they thinking” when they are in a seemingly obvious situation and choose the wrong path. […]
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has suspended Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Rothlisberger 6 games without pay for violating the league personal conduct policy. Rothlisberger will also be forced to undergo comprehensive behavorial evaluation per terms of […]