Archive for May 7th, 2012

Patriots Owner Robert Kraft: Junior Seau Was “A Rare, Rare Human Being”

Monday, May 7th, 2012

Robert Kraft only employed Junior Seau for the better part of four seasons, but that was long enough to feel develop a relationship with the Hall of Fame bound linebacker and feel the impact Seau had on those around him. Kraft, the owner of the Patriots, brought the dynamic linebacker ...

Joe Torre Says Mariano Rivera Was the Most Important Player to the Yankees Postseason Success

Monday, May 7th, 2012

It was a scene that no Yankee fan ever wanted to see. Mariano Rivera was lying in the outfield, grimacing after tearing his ACL shagging fly balls in Kansas City last week. It was gut-wrenching to see one of the best players to ever wear the pinstripes writhing in pain. ...

Ed Reed: “Guys know that they have to step up and it’s going to take two people to replace a Terrell Suggs.”

Monday, May 7th, 2012

The NFL regular season may be four months away, but the Baltimore Ravens were given some crushing news last week when Terrell Suggs tore his Achilles tendon while training for the upcoming season. Another rumor has surfaced that the NFL Defensive Player of the Year sustained the excruciating injury while ...

Terrell Owens on Junior Seau’s Suicide: “I’ve Been in that Situation Where You Do Feel like Giving Up”

Monday, May 7th, 2012

Three weeks after making comments critical of his former quarterback on ESPN Radio in Dallas, Terrell Owens is back doing his regular regular radio spot with Ben and Skin. Terrell Owens joined Ben and Skin on ESPN Radio Dallas to discuss the controversial comments he made on the program claiming he'd ...

Marty Schottenheimer Talks Junior Seau, Head Trauma and the Tough Transition into Retirement

Monday, May 7th, 2012

For nearly a decade, Marty Schottenheimer had to game plan for Junior Seau each and every year as his Chiefs battled the Chargers. And for half a decade, Schottenheimer had the luxury of coaching Seau as the man running the show in San Diego. So, it's safe to assume that ...

Dennis “Oil Can” Boyd Still Smokes Pot, Admits Cocaine Use in 1986, and Labels Wade Boggs a Bigot

Monday, May 7th, 2012

Former Red Sox pitcher Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd has made some headlines recently admitting that he used cocaine during the entire 1986 season. In his new book "They Call Me Oil Can: Baseball, Drugs, and Life on the Edge," Boyd describes his addiction to drugs, racism he received while playing ...