Braves outfielder Jason Heyward sustained two jaw fractures when he was struck by a 90-mph fastball from Mets left-hander Jonathon Niese on Wednesday. He will undergo surgery Thursday, and is expected to miss 4-6 weeks. We wish him a speedy recovery.
Anyone who has a big game coming up can usually only focus on that game. Some people don't get that concept.
With that being said, it's odd that someone would ask Tom Brady about Donald Trump during a press conference just days before the AFC Conference Championship. One reporter asked Brady to talk about the call he allegedly made to Trump to congratulate him on the presidency. His response was pretty much what you would expect.
Athletes have to be ready to hear their fans' opinions when they decide to tweet about anything.
Derek Carr is no exception to the rule. The Raiders quarterback expressed his thoughts on the transition of the presidency from Barack Obama to Donald Trump, and he quickly got pushback from those on Twitter.
Jerry Jones had big dreams, but they were ruined when the Packers beat the Cowboys on Sunday.
The EA Sports Madden account took the time to bring up a very interesting quote from the Cowboys owner when he said he believed that Tony Romo would play in the Super Bowl. They quote-tweeted it with a sick burn/shameless plug.
Every time the Cowboys lose, people look to Skip Bayless.
FS1's resident Cowboys fan was disappointed but he chose to focus on the good, which was Dak Prescott's play. The young quarterback was good, but Bayless said he outplayed Aaron Rodgers and many disagreed with that.
Congratulations to Dak Prescott for again outplaying Aaron Rodgers, again holding off Romo and again performing like a clutch MVP.
The Chiefs lost to the Steelers 18-16, and one person in particular isn't happy at all about how it went down.
Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce did not hesitate to rip the referees for the holding call that caused the Chiefs to retry, and eventually fail, a 2-point conversion in the final minutes of the game.
Stephen A. Smith has a take on everything, and the head coaching job of the Rams is no different.
The First Take host talks about about the Los Angeles team hiring Sean McVay, who is only 30, and the fact that it may have been based a little more on who he knows rather than his skill set. Smith brought up Mike Tomlin, who was 34 when he was picked to be the head coach of the Steelers, but this hiring seems to have a different vibe to Smith.