The 3-0 Minnesota Vikings will host the 1-2 New York Giants this Monday night in their new stadium with both teams dealing with major changes.
New York Giants wide receiver Sterling Shepard may be a rookie on the field, but he certainly acts like a veteran off of it. The 2016 second-round pick recently carved out some time to visit the Harlem Children’s Zone, where he spoke to High School students and athletes about the importance of perseverance. In a lighter moment, he also taught the kids how to run some fade routes. “I feel like anybody who’s in a uniform playing football in the NFL is a role model,” Shepard said. Shepard says he feels compelled to use his NFL platform to do good, and one of the ways is by being involved and invested in his local community. Through three games of his rookie season, Shepard has hauled in 16 receptions
How do you know when the entire saga surrounding New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has officially jumped the shark? When psychologists who know nothing of the man away from what they see on TV begin to weigh in on his mental state. Needless to say, the Beckham Jr. situation has now reached that point. On Thursday, in a column penned by Bob Glauber of Newsday, several psychologists offered their take on Beckham Jr., his mental state and how it will likely impact him moving forward. And without meeting with him for even a single second, here’s a look at some of their takes. New Jersey-based sports psychologist Dr. Mitch Abrams: “I know his preparation from a physical point of view