Responses to a quarterly survey show that Citi’s institutional investors are rooting for either Peyton Manning or Colin Kaepernick.
The 17-year old died one day before he was to lead the New England Patriots into the playoffs as honorary captain.
A new special teams rule comes back to bite New England.
God bless the Green Monster.
The gangster in the huddle. That’s the name of Rolling Stone’s in-depth profile of Aaron Hernandez. Here’s what we learned.
The next time an old person starts complaining about the decline of newspapers and magazines vis-à-vis “blogs” and “Twitters,” show them this.
In fact, there’s a bidding war!
The star tight end, who was also released by the Patriots, is charged with the murder of Odin Lloyd.
This is not your average athlete-crime story.
Robert Kraft is probably scared of the Russian president. He should be.
Who needs a zone blitz when you have the supernatural?
But I can’t figure out what.
You’re a good man, Danny Amendola.
Even though it was the right football move, there are definite shades of Adam Vinatieri in the Patriots’ letting Welker walk to Denver.
The last decade of the NFL has hinged on one big decision by Bill Belichick in 2001.
At least the Patriots star probably won’t get hurt doing this. Probably. I mean, unless he hurts his penis. From the sexing.
It’s a long off-season, and Tom Brady is making the most of it.
Who should you root for? What’s going to happen? Do any of these players really exist? All this and more.
I’m sure this won’t be used as motivation in New England this week.
Gronkspiking. verb. To throw objects at the ground at high velocity, and crush beers afterward with your bros.
You don’t see this every day.
Aaron Hernandez is running wild in the first half of Monday Night Football against the Houston Texans, and he’s celebrating accordingly.
Let me show you why with a few horrifying, hilarious GIFs.
This is like Rudy with Uggs.
This is a bloody good celebration.
Epic fist pumps, dumb luck, and awesome celebrations galore.