In a new Xbox commercial, Richard Sherman, Drew Brees, and Clay Matthews give us a pretty accurate portrayal of what would happen if they were all in a class together. Sherman is definitely a know-it-all, but one of those cool ones you don't hate, while Matthews is in the back waiting for the time to pass.
Believe it or not, there are still Dolphins fans who are bitter about Nick Saban leaving the franchise after continuously denying he was going anywhere.
Tosh (a noted Dolphins fan) took time on "Tosh.0" to read excerpts of the book to children, and the results were probably as good as one would expect. If you're a Alabama fan, or just live in the state, beware.
Leave it to the internet to make a big deal out of something said a year ago.
During a 2014 NFL Rookie Symposium, the former NFL star, along with Warren Sapp, talked to the rookies about all kinds of things and it was recently brought to light because of an ESPN profile of former 49ers player Chris Borland. He said the talk of the former player, later found out to be Carter, appalled him but he decided to stay because he didn't want to make a scene.
That's the motto of whoever decided to get tattoos of Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan on their legs. The text underneath reads, "I love this game," and you definitely have to in order to do something like this.
It's rare that a big sports entity like ESPN apologizes for false reporting. They are held to a higher standard than most and everything they report is put under a microscope. NFL reporter Chris Mortensen has taken heat recently for giving out false information.