Colin Cowherd

Look: Colin Cowherd Has A 1-Word Message For Tom Brady

Colin Cowherd has long been a supporter of Tom Brady. Now, the two are technically colleagues. Brady was officially announced as FOX Sports' future No. 1 NFL game analyst, whenever he actually retires from the NFL and stays away for good. The seven-time Super Bowl-winning QB is reportedly set to make $375 million over 10 years in the booth.
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Colin Cowherd Reacts To 49ers, Trey Lance Speculation

On Thursday, NFL insider Matt Lombardo reported that the San Francisco 49ers' coaching staff has been "continually underwhelmed" by Trey Lance. Lance, the No. 3 pick from the 2021 NFL Draft, finished his rookie season with 603 passing yards, five touchdowns and two interceptions. The 49ers didn't need Lance to...

Look: Colin Cowherd Has Harsh Message For The Packers

The Packers' biggest hater these days is none other than FS1's Colin Cowherd. During his show on Thursday, Cowherd blasted the NFC North franchise for its current strategy. In the 2022 NFL Draft, the Packers ignored a major need at wide receiver and took two defensive players in the first round. It's a clear sign Green Bay wants to win games with its defense and rushing attack.

Look: Colin Cowherd Reacts To The Ryan Tannehill Drama

Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill ruffled some feathers on Tuesday when he was asked about incoming rookie Malik Willis. The veteran quarterback feels it's not his job to mentor his possible replacement. "We're competing against each other, we're watching the same tape, we're doing the same drills. I don't think...

Colin Cowherd Reacts To Big College Football Transfer Rumor

Colin Cowherd understands that change can be hard, but he has a message for college football coaches following the Jordan Addison reports: “You’ve got to get comfortable with uncomfortable.”. Speaking on the Addison situation, and allegations of “tampering,” the FOX Sports 1 radio host admitted “players now have...

Colin Cowherd Reacts To Packers First Round Draft Picks

The Green Bay Packers had two first-round picks and didn’t spend either on a wide receiver, let alone an offensive player. What a mess. The Packers have a clear need at the receiver position. They traded away Davante Adams to the Raiders this offseason and now don’t have a clear-cut No. 1 option for Aaron Rodgers and the passing attack. For some reason, Green Bay’s front office doesn’t think the position is a pressing need.

Colin Cowherd Reacts To The Daniel Jones Decision

Colin Cowherd is a big fan of the New York Giants’ decision on Daniel Jones today. The Giants have decided they won’t be picking up Jones’ fifth-year option. That means 2022 could potentially be his last year with the NFC East franchise. Or, if Jones plays well, the Giants can re-negotiate a contract extension or place him on the franchise tag.

Colin Cowherd Proposes Blockbuster Deebo Samuel Trade

It’s officially NFL Draft day. As the football world awaits tonight’s first round, the Deebo Samuel trade talk is heating up. FS1’s Colin Cowherd has a blockbuster trade proposal in mind for the San Francisco 49ers. Cowherd thinks the 49ers and Jets should consider a trade centered...

Colin Cowherd: Giannis is Better Than Kevin Durant Has Ever Been

Now that the Milwaukee Bucks have taken care of business in the first round of the NBA playoffs, Giannis Antetokounmpo is tasked with a challenge Kevin Durant could not overcome: taking down the Boston Celtics. Boston swept Durant's Brooklyn Nets and appeared to rattle the superstar in a way very few have in the last decade of basketball. Durant showed out in Game 4 and did everything he could to prevent elimination to the tune of 39 points, nine assists and seven rebounds, but it was not enough. Starting Sunday, Milwaukee will take on a similarly Herculean task in trying to defeat the NBA's hottest team since January without all their tools at their disposal as Shams Charania reported today that Khris Middleton would miss the whole series with an MCL sprain.

Colin Cowherd proposes this Jets trade for 49ers WR Deebo Samuel

The 2022 NFL Draft kicks off tonight, and everyone wants to know what will happen with San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel. Will he remain in the Bay Area and eventually sign a contract extension with the team that drafted him in 2019? Or will the New York Jets, the most-likely trade partner, offer a haul of draft capital to acquire the playmaker?