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Archive for February 4th, 2013

Drew Brees On the Saints Running the Read-Option: “Never Say Never, but Highly Doubtful”

Monday, February 4th, 2013

Drew Brees would obviously have preferred to have played in Super Bowl XLVII last night in New Orleans, but Brees sucked it up this past week and performed as an ambassador for his adopted home city as tourists invaded the Big Easy during Super Bowl week. Drew Brees joined Scott and ...

Seattle QB Russell Wilson Lives For Late-Game Heroics

Monday, February 4th, 2013

Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck garnered most of the hype throughout the season and RG3 was named the NFL's Rookie of the Year over the weekend, but it's certainly arguable that the top rookie was a quarterback drafted much later than those two. Russell Wilson put together an unfathomable ...

Mark Teixeira: It’s Not Going to be Easy for Yankees in Talented AL East

Monday, February 4th, 2013

Mark Teixeira made headlines this past week after admitting he’s overpaid and his best years are almost behind him. The Yankees first baseman also made a one-night-only appearance in Broadway’s “Rock of Ages”. As for the start of spring training in a few weeks? Teixeira discusses his goals for this ...

Arian Foster: I’m Not Having Heart Surgery Anytime Soon; I’ve Been Around Players Who Use Steroids

Monday, February 4th, 2013

In a Week 16 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, Arian Foster was held out of the game because of an irregular heartbeat. It was rumored that the Texans running back was considering heart surgery on Friday, but Foster has denied that surgery was planned at all. Foster rushed for 1,424 yards ...

Bucs’ Running Back Doug Martin: “Stop Calling Me Muscle Hamster”

Monday, February 4th, 2013

Sometimes rather quietly, Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin put together one heck of a rookie season, rushing for more than 1,450 yards and 11 touchdowns and adding nearly 500 more yards receiving. Along the way, he also picked up the nickname "Muscle Hamster," though it never really grew on ...