After former Tom Brady criticized the current "mediocre" play seen in the league, ex-NFL great Alex Smith had some criticism of his own.
The retired NFL great’s brutal assessment was harsh. But as GMs try to hack the cap by relying on rookie QBs before they’re ready, the results are no surpriseNo sports entity markets itself quite like the NFL. The shots of rabid fans idolizing legends in the making, the countless hours of pregame buildup, the wild popularity of fantasy football, the alternate broadcasts, the push to grow internationally. For most of the last two decades, no league has fed its marketing department as much red...
Tom Brady isn't shying away from backlash regarding his criticism of today's NFL landscape. Brady stood firm on his recent stance that the game isn't as
Tom Brady caused quite a stir this week, as he lamented the current state of the NFL in a conversation with Stephen A. Smith. “There’s a lot of mediocrity in today’s NFL,” Brady said, as he commented on the state of the current product the shield is putting out on the field. Specifically, Brady lamented
The ex-Panthers tight end and current Fox analyst would reportedly be interested in the vacant Carolina head coaching job, if approached, according to The Athletic.
Aaron Rodgers admits he is not 'anywhere near ready' to return to the NFL but the Jets quarterback is nevertheless refusing to rule out being back on the field before December 24.
YouTuber MrBeast, whose real name is Jimmy Donaldson, signed a two-day, $10 million contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as part of a recent video.
While widely considered as the greatest of all time, Brady is the most-sacked player in NFL history with 565. On the program, Brady pointed out how he got up right after each hit.
In it, Brady is running with the ball behind the line of scrimmage when Bills cornerback Nate Clements appears from nowhere and smashes into the hall of fame quarterback.
Brady, who's only played under one head coach - Bill Belichick - in his 23 seasons in the league, was asked about what instability brings to teams, after the Panthers fired Reich after just 11 games.
The Miami Dolphins will try to continue their dominance of struggling teams
Eagles-Cowboys, Bills-Chiefs and Jaguars-Browns highlight the NFL’s Week 14 slate in 2023. Here’s the full schedule.