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CBS NFL analyst Dan Marino is not expected to address his recent controversy during Sunday’s Super Bowl telecast. In other news, Brett Favre will join NFL Network’s Super Bowl coverage on Sunday, and NBPA leader [...]
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Dan Marino never won a Super Bowl but he nonetheless is one of the best quarterbacks to every play in the NFL. Since retiring from the NFL, Marino has been a pregame analyst for CBS since 2003.
Marino and Donna Savattere, a former production assistant, had a child together in 2005 according to the NY Post.
She gave birth to their daughter, Chloe, in June 2005.
“They had an affair...
Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers reunited on a public stage for the first time since Favre retired following the 2010 NFL season.
The relationship between the two was an interesting one. Rodgers was selected in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers and expected to eventually replace an aging Favre. He sat on the bench for three seasons and finally thought he...
In the years since Brett Favre moved on from Green Bay and eventually retired (with pit stops in New York and Minnesota), it’s been discovered that the relationship between the legendary quarterback and his successor, Aaron Rodgers, was bristly at best.
That’s surely why the NFL put the two former MVPs together to present the AP Comeback Player of the Year award at the NFL Honors...
No athlete has been more revered in South Florida than Dan Marino.
The former Miami Dolphins quarterback has been admired for his Hall of Fame playing career and for his off-field accomplishments, which include creating a foundation to help autistic children and their families.
But 13 years after completing his last NFL pass, Marino finds himself in an embarrassing situation.
You may remember that Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers didn’t end well. There was that whole Aaron Rodgers is the guy-taking-your-job / don’t-let-the-door-hit-you-in-the-ass-on the-way-out / what-do-you-mean-you-aren’t-retiring thing. Saturday, the two former teammates were on stage to present the NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award. They had banter before...
And at least 10 teams -- including the Brooklyn Nets -- are already committed to firing Billy Hunter.
The writers for the NFL Awards show did a fantastic job on Saturday night. They had Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers present the Comeback Player of the Year Award to Peyton Manning, and did a good job touching on Favre’s constant uncertainty with his retirement. Everyone definitely enjoyed the bit, and Michael Irvin looked like he was on the verge of tears he was laughing so hard.[YouTube]
Derek Fisher will have to step up in Billy Hunter’s absence.credit: biography.com
This entire Billy Hunter story is not a good look for the NBA.
If you missed it, Hunter and the NBA Players Association was investigated, and it was revealed that Hunter’s contract was never properly approved. As executive director of the NBPA, this is a bit of a problem.
According to Yahoo! Sports...
Mr. Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers made a surprise make-up handshake at the NFL honor awards. Well done NFL! That was genius and must watch TV!
Click here to view the embedded video.
Obviously it was 99.9% scripted. But of course the actual words don’t tell the story it’s the body language and everything else that creates the story.
Let’s get to it.
The first :12 seconds...
NBPA counsel Ron Klempner has been made interim executive director in Billy Hunter's absence.
Billy Hunter is being placed on an indefinite leave of absence
as executive director of the NBA players' association, following a
report that was critical of his leadership and decision making.
New Super Bowl, new female sports reporter getting ogled by journalists, athletes and fans alike. At the Super Bowl Media Day in New Orleans this week, Mirella Grisales of Telemundo became the object of affection for hundreds (and who knows how many fap session fantasies she starred in later that day). The Spanish-language sports reporter is a Colombian model and actress whom Telemundo...
Saturday night was the second annual NFL Honors Awards show where the biggest AP honors of the season are presented to their recipients.
Alec Baldwin was on hand to host the show, and as far as sports awards show monologues go, this one was top notch (though nothing will ever beat Norm Macdonald‘s at the 1998 ESPYs). Baldwin didn’t pull any punches, as he went after Peyton Manning...