Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Trysten Hill took out his frustrations from Thursday’s loss to the Las Vegas Raiders on one of his opponents after the game. In a segment on ESPN, video was captured of Hill delivering a punch to Raiders guard John Simpson as the two teams mingled on the field after the game. [more]
Still America’s sports-broadcasting gold standard more than a decade since called his final NFL game, John Madden’s absence never looms larger than on Thanksgiving John Madden, right, broadcasts a 2007 game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants alongside Al Michaels. Photograph: Drew Hallowell/Getty Images For the 19th time since 1934 the Chicago Bears will square off against the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving in a game that could charitably be dubbed the Tryptophan Bowl. On one
The Cowboys and Raiders played a penalty-fest on Thanksgiving, and Dallas coach Mike McCarthy isn’t happy about it. McCarthy said today that he has been in contact with the NFL officiating office and plans further discussions about Thursday’s tightly officiated ball game. “This game was totally off the trend line, as you can see as [more]
Penalty flags flooded the field at AT&T Stadium during Thursday’s Raiders win over the Cowboys and the rule violations didn’t end at the final whistle. While Raiders players were celebrating the win by digging into some turkey, cameras roamed the field filming interactions between players from both teams. One of those interactions turned violent when [more]
Magnetic. Versatile. Captivating. Enigmatic. Exhilarating. Clutch. These are just a few of the adjectives used to describe Paul Hornung, the football legend who died at age 84 on Nov. 13, 2020. His NFL coach with the Green Bay Packers, Vince Lombardi, simply called Hornung “the greatest player I ever coached.