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The greatest cornerback to play the game is Deion Sanders. The world calls him Prime Time but his kids call him dad.
Sanders has been involved with a very public and very nasty divorce from his estranged wife Pillar with whom he has been fighting with over a variety of issues.
The most important of those issues were resolved on Tuesday.
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The Dallas Cowboys released defensive end Marcus Spears today. He broke the news on his own Twitter account.
Fans of Dallas thank u all so much for 8 yrs the good and bad times ill be moving on!! The support has been tremendous! From my family thx U
— marcus spears (@mspear96) March 13, 2013
Spears has spent his entire nine-year career with the Cowboys. He recorded 29 tackles...
On the latest episode of The Boss and Rob show, I begged and pleaded for me,n to stop getting tattoos of athletes’ faces on their bodies.
Our friend JD, obviously didn’t listen to the show, because you can see what he had done above (at least it was good quality). The sad part, according to Larry Brown Sports, is that JD is planning on getting Deion Sanders on the other leg....
According to the AJC, the Atlanta Falcons and cornerback Brent Grimes have agreed to a one-year deal. With Grimes coming off of an Achilles injury and also missing the playoffs the previous year, the market must not have been there for Grimes services and thus Grimes has agreed to a one year deal to redeem himself in the eyes of front office staffs around the league.
It's been a busy and interesting day for the Falcons. Tony Gonzalez came back into the fold and for a minute we thought Brent Grimes had too but the AJC jumped the gun on that one. Now it's LT Sam Baker that has been re-signed and it's a lengthy six year contract.
Baker has had an up and down career with the Falcons but had a very strong year last season....
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – Tony Gonzalez, who has more catches than any tight end in NFL history, announced Tuesday he is returning to the Falcons for the 2013 season.
Gonzalez, the Falcons’ leading receiver last season, said on his Twitter feed “I’m happy to say that after speaking with my family, I’m coming back.”
Gonzalez said during the season he was 95 percent sure he...
Free agency started like a lightning bolt at 4 pm on Tuesday. Much to the chagrin of Falcons fans, Atlanta didn't jump blindly into the free agency market and throw money around like Pac-man in a strip club. Instead the Falcons did exactly what they said they would do. They concentrated on their own free agents. First it was Tony Gonzalez, then it was Brent Grimes and next would...
The Atlanta Falcons and their fans got the news that they have been desperately hoping for since the 2012 season ended, as future Hall of Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez announced today that he will in fact return to the team for the 2013 season, which will be his fifth as a Falcon and seventeenth overall.
Reports had been circulating over the last few days that Gonzalez was open to...
The Pittsburgh Steelers missed out on free agent linebackers Lorenzo Alexander and Moise Fokou as both players signed contracts with other teams on Wednesday. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports now reports via Twitter Wednesday night that Dallas Cowboys free agent linebacker Victor Butler is scheduled to visit Pittsburgh on Thursday.
Butler, an outside linebacker, has played in 63...
Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez has "informed the Falcons he's coming back," according to FOX Sports' Jay Glazer.Fantasy Spin:Gonzalez said all season that he was 95 percent certain he was retiring but it looks like the five percent won out. He can clearly still play, as he had 93 receptions for 930 yards and eight touchdowns last season, and wants one more shot...
Tony Gonzalez told FOX Sports in an exclusive interview that he has
now told the Atlanta Falcons he is coming back and the two sides
are on the verge of a new contract that will put him back with Matt
Ryan and Co. for one more run.
Derek Dooley was fired as the Tennessee football coach in November and last month accepted a position as the wide receivers coach for the Dallas Cowboys. As a result, Dooley doesn’t have much need for his $2.9 million mansion in Knoxville, no matter how luxurious it is.
The brick mansion is 8,818 square feet, including five bedrooms and eight bathrooms. To get away from the stress...