Athletes across sports have blamed tainted meat for positive clenbuterol tests in the past, and this morning, a cryptic-looking memo from the NFL and the NFLPA surfaced, warning players traveling to China and Mexico that eating meat there could result in a positive test.
Per the Santa Clara County DA, former NFL Defensive Player Of The Year Dana Stubblefield has been charged with raping a developmentally disabled woman last year in his Morgan Hill home.
The Jaguars’ draft class needs no further analysis. A woman interviewed by a local news station has said all that needs to be said.
Tony Romo is 36, and increasingly banged up, and it’s time to start thinking about his replacement. It was no surprise that Dallas entered the draft planning to take a successor, but the surprise afterward among the Cowboys’ front office was who they ended up with: Dak Prescott, their third choice at QB.
Arizona linebacker Scooby Wright got picked in the seventh round by the Browns, and he celebrated by, well, you’ll see.
Today’s NFL Network draft coverage came to a sudden halt when, immediately after Mike Mayock’s assertion that “I’m very much a Beavers guy,” the Bears selected Deon Bush. That pick drove the network’s panelists to paralyzing laughter, and brought on a quick cut to commercial.
Unemployed athlete and alleged domestic abuser Johnny Manziel took offense to a photo posted last night of the former Browns quarterback watching the NFL draft from a Columbus bar, and used Twitter tonight to voice his displeasure at the nature of Johnny Football-related discourse these days:
Five Ohio State players were selected in the NFL draft’s first round, which ought to make coach Urban Meyer very proud. But for at least one moment last night, Urbz was left by his lonesome.
Last night’s first round of the NFL draft featured many large men embracing an extremely rich one. As we do every year, we’ve measured each draftee’s hug time and measured it against his fellow rookies. The winner? New Falcons defensive back Keanu Neal, who got intimate with Roger Goodell for more than 15…
Perhaps the most unbelievable part of Laremy Tunsil’s unbelievable night was when he did an otherwise simple thing: he told the truth. After first demurring, he admitted the screenshots of texts that popped up on his Instagram account were real, and agreed that they showed exchanges between him and an Ole Miss coach…
The only real story of the NFL draft was Laremy Tunsil’s fall, after someone hacked his Twitter account to post a video of him apparently smoking pot via a gas-mask bong. It was bizarre and unprecedented and confusing as all hell, but to the NFL Commissioner, it’s just part of the show.
Laremy Tunsil’s draft-day drop—thanks to a bizarre series of events, including his Twitter account being hacked and posting video of him smoking weed out of a gas-mask bong—cost him millions in salary. About $7 million, if you assume Tunsil would have gone to the Ravens at No. 6, where the first OT of the draft went.…
Jared Goff got picked first overall by the Los Angeles Rams, where he’ll have the exalted privilege of going 8-8 and handing it off to Todd Gurley a bunch. And he’ll be compensated handsomely for his services, now that he’s not a “student athlete” playing for the diarrheal California Golden Bears. Another way he can…
After Laremy Tunsil fell to #13 in the draft, texts purporting to show conversation with Ole Miss staffers about them paying his rent popped up on his Instagram. The posts were deleted, along with Tunsil’s account, and given when they were posted, it’s highly unlikely that he posted them himself.
First, a video of Laremy Tunsil smoking a substance out of a gas mask turned up on the NFL prospect’s Twitter account. Then, alleged conversations regarding improper benefits appeared on his Instagram. He learned about the latter while giving a live interview with ESPN Radio, and you can listen to it above.
Laremy Tunsil was a presumptive top-five pick before tonight’s NFL Draft, but he fell to the Miami Dolphins at #13 after a video of someone who appears to be him smoking out of a gas mask was posted to Tunsil’s Twitter account. Now, things have gotten worse.
Chris Berman’s continued presence on ESPN’s NFL draft coverage is baffling. Here’s the Worldwide Leader’s biggest buffoon claiming no school had ever had three players drafted in the top ten picks before tonight. That, of course, has happened numerous times before.
Laremy Tunsil is expected to be one of the first players selected in tonight’s NFL Draft. Minutes before the draft began in Chicago, his Twitter account posted a video of someone who appears to be Tunsil smoking an unknown substance out of a gas mask.
The NFL Draft is here, which means NFL fans will get way too excited about that QB with tiny hands their team picked and college fans will yell at each other about where players from their alma mater got picked. But it also means pageantry, and a bunch of big dudes in suits. I’m not an expert, but I’d guess that most…