Frank Gore was not supposed to be in the NFL for over a decade. He was not supposed to recover from tearing both of his ACLs and then both of his labrums to build a no-doubt Hall of Fame career, and yet here he is, still a big part of an offense at age 35, still running, and still setting records. With this eight-yard…
Who was the last Indianapolis Colts player to have at least 100 rushing yards in one game? Just kidding, there’s absolutely no reason to know that, but it was Vick Ballard in Week 15 of the 2012 season. Last night, Frank Gore finally snapped the streak. Then unsnapped it. Then resnapped it.
After committing to the Eagles, then waffling the next day, Frank Gore appears to be heading to Indianapolis:
Exciting news for fans who wish NFL free agency were more like college recruiting: Frank Gore appears to have reconsidered his verbal commitment to the Eagles, and is now reportedly leaning toward signing with the Colts. And just like in recruiting, it's probably because they're offering more money.
Mindi Bach of CSN talked to Frank Gore after today's game. At one point, Gore put his arm around Bach as they walked and talked. He eventually said goodbye and called her "baby." OK, dude.
Nice job stacking the box, Rams.
This year's Super Bowl was heavy on the dramatic build-up but short, at times, on the execution. (The lengthy power outage delay didn't help.) There was one moment, though, that both inspired numerous emails from readers and captivated everyone's attention, if only for a few seconds. We have Frank Gore and his…
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Because the NFL has such a stingy rebroadcast policy, we've decided to recreate the week's best highlight using a white gerbil, a tree frog and actual game audio. Suspend disbelief.
The latest on Jeff Garcia, Frank Gore, and all of today's other news and notes in the NFL.