The standoff between Joey Bosa and the San Diego Chargers came to an end on Monday when Bosa signed a four-year deal worth $25.8 million contract with the team.
Putting aside the distraction that Colin Kaepernick has caused with his protest of the national anthem, it seems that Kaepernick’s time with the 49ers may be coming to an end.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is out for 6-10 weeks with a broken bone is his back after being sacked by Cliff Avril of the Seattle Seahawks. This fact, of course, has many Cowboys fans frustrated. So many of those frustrated Cowboys fans decided to camp out in Avril’s mentions on Twitter and his comments […]
Colin Kaepernick spoke to the media for the first time since his explanation for why he hasn’t stood for the national anthem during the 49ers’ preseason games. Kaepernick explained in no uncertain terms that he wasn’t “going to stand up for a country that oppresses black people”.
On Friday night, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick caused quite the stir when he decided to remain seated during the national anthem. Kaepernick made things worse with the comments he made explaining why he choose to remain seated.
Colin Kaepernick, as you could’ve imagined, is under attack after his protest of the national anthem. His mentions on Twitter are filled with folks calling him the n-word and he’s being roundly criticized in many corners.
The Indianapolis Colts and the Philadelphia Eagles had their dress rehearsal in preseason game No. 3 on Saturday night. The Eagles came away with the 33-23 as both teams had their starting units play the most snaps of the preseason.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback will be out 6-10 weeks because of a broken bone in his back according to Clarence Hill Jr. of the Star Telegram. Romo was injured in the Cowboy’s preseason game on Thursday when he was sacked by Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril.
Most NFL teams use these preseason games to correct mistakes that they don’t want to happen during the regular season. The preseason is also a good reminder that some of the NFL referees need these games to get back on track as well.
Dallas Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott is making headlines right now, but for all the wrong reasons. While the Cowboys were in Seattle for their preseason match up against the Seahawks, Elliot decided to visit a marijuana dispensary.