Latest News

NFL

Giants LB Mark Herzlich to serve as an ambassador for the Great Cycle Challenge to Benefit the Children’s Cancer Research Fund on May 24 in Manhattan

Giants LB Mark Herzlich will be there from 12:30pm to 1:30pm! Every mile you ride on a bicycle, a stationary bike or even a unicycle this June can improve your health andhelp fund childhood cancer research during the thirdannual Great Cycle Challenge USA (GCC),to benefit Children’s Cancer Research Fund (CCRF). In all, more than 30,000 riders are expected to ride ... Read More »

America’s New Team : Da Raiders!!!

By Tom Rottkamp, Contributing Writer The Las Vegas Raiders Perhaps, if I had the wildly imaginative scientific mind of Issac Asimov, I could imagine where the the game of professional football is headed in the next 10-20 years. I don’t. I’m not a science fiction guy. And yet, with the rapid pace of technological advance in this “post” post modern ... Read More »

Football Goes High Tech – Meet Football’s Newest Player, The MVP Drive Robotic Tackling Dummy.

NEWS/ Farwell, MI – The seriousness of injuries has been a growing concern for many Americans who have played sports or have children currently playing sports. For instance, Recent CDC reports show that the amount of reported concussions has more than doubled in the last 10 years. The American Academy of Pediatrics has reported that emergency room visits for concussions ... Read More »

Why the Pats and Falcons Should Love Playing the Super Bowl In Taxless Texas

All players and team personnel will catch a nice tax break this year after collecting their income associated with the Super Bowl. David Hryck, tax lawyer and personal finance expert is highly intrigued by this year’s Super Bowl being based in a tax generous state. David is a Partner at Reed Smith; http://www.reedsmith.com/david_hryck/, he has listed some interesting facts about the tax perks ... Read More »

Cowboys blow it again, This time to Aaron Rodgers and the Packers

The Cowboys certainly have a way about losing in the first round. Especially when they have already guaranteed home field advantage through the NFC Championship game. This year, a hot quarterback and elite running back weren’t enough to get Dallas past the first round yet again. The Cowboys kept three guys on the line and gave Aaron Rodgers and the ... Read More »

NFL Weekend with John Brockway

NFL WEEK 13 GAME PICKS LAST WEEK: 13-3 SEASON RECORD: 115-61 TOP GAMES CHIEFS AT FALCONS: THE CHIEFS OFFENSE MUST GET BACK TO A RUN-FIRST MINDSET TO WIN TIME OF POSSESSION WHILE THE DEFENSE NEEDS THE LB’S TO SUCCESSFULLY LIMIT THE IMPACT OF COLEMAN AND FREEMAN COMING OUT OF THE BACKFIELD. THE ATLANTA OFFENSE NEEDS JULIO JONES TO BE A ... Read More »

Around NY Sports with Mike Lalor: Thanksgiving Weekend Edition

Around NY Sports:  A Thanksgiving Smorgasbord of NY Football Happy Thanksgiving to all our readers and listeners out there.  I hope everyone is enjoying the holiday weekend.  The New York-area football teams are all back in action for Week 12, and all have interesting storylines.  Let’s get after it. Last Sunday, with a 22-16 win over the Chicago Bears at ... Read More »