On Thursday night, the NFL took the headlines in the sports world by releasing the 2016 regular season schedule. By doing this, every fan across the country started the age-old tradition of putting Ws and Ls next to each opponent.
“The best is yet to come,” Robert Nkemdiche says, sitting in the balcony of Atlanta’s historic Fox Theatre. The 6’4”, 300-pound Nkemdiche (pronounced kim-DEECH-ee) engulfs his aisle seat, but seems at home in a venue that has hosted the Rolling Stones and Prince.
Johnny Manziel's fall from "grace" doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon.
Drew Rosenhaus has only been Manziel's agent for under a month, but that relationship could soon end if the former Browns quarterback doesn't get his life on track. Rosenhaus recently said he's worried that he and Manziel aren't on the same page when it comes to what's best for him. The alleged partying and wild behavior are definitely taking a toll and the young quarterback hasn't taken the necessary steps to get help.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are one of the most intriguing NFL teams to keep an eye on in 2016. Despite the team's 5-11 record a season ago, there's a lot of optimism in Jacksonville, mainly because of their offense led by quarterback Blake Bortles.
After a disappointing 6-10 showing in 2015 despite making several big moves, the Miami Dolphins could use a lot of help in a number of areas. That's one of the reasons new head coach Adam Gase decided to swap first-round draft picks with the Philadelphia Eagles to acquire linebacker Kiko Alonso and cornerback Byron Maxwell in a trade.