#Hall Of Famers

Buccaneers: Hall of Fame roster could grow larger in 2021

How many future Hall of Fame players do the Buccaneers have on their roster right now? Could they add more?. Individual accolades don’t matter so much when a team like the Buccaneers is competing for a Super Bowl, but it’s hard not to get swept up in the star power that Tampa has assembled.
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Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski defying age as Tampa Bay Buccaneers roll early

After more than 20 years of NFL excellence, it's difficult to come up with new ways to describe Tom Brady. But that didn't stop pundits from lauding the 44-year-old quarterback's performance in a 48-25 blowout for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. The reigning Super Bowl...
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As Usual, Henry Shows He's Atypical

If it seems like Derrick Henry does things that not many running backs do, it’s because he does,. More accurately, the two-time NFL rushing champion does things few running backs ever have done. With 182 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns in Sunday’s 33-30 overtime victory over the Seattle Seahawks...
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Minnesota Twins: Johan Santana is still a great success story

We are currently in the middle of Hispanic Heritage Month, and the Minnesota Twins have a great history when it comes to Latin-born players. We’ll look at several of them over the next few weeks, starting today with left-handed pitcher Johan Santana. Santana was born on March 13, 1979 in...

Help make 1 iconic card finish Top of the Pack

They've filled binders and boxes. You use them as bookmarks and investments. They're art pieces that fit in the palm of your hands, and they can make your bicycle sound like a (very weak) motorcycle. Whether you're a collector, dabbler, or simply a baseball fan, there's no way to escape...
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On this day: legendary Boston Celtics coach, president Red Auerbach born

On this day in Boston Celtics history, legendary Boston Celtics head coach and manager Arnold Jacob “Red” Auerbach was born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York in 1917. The winningest front office executive in the history of North American with 16 titles to his name as a coach or general manager, Auerbach was also a socially conscious ally to Black players.

OKC Thunder: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander wants to be the best ever

The OKC Thunder decided to give their 23-year-old point guard a max contract extension after Shai Gilgeous-Alexander put up one of the most efficient seasons in Oklahoma City Thunder history, his Q-rating certainly went up. SGA has always been a fashion icon, filling the hole Russell Westbrook left in the...

Becky Lynch Reveals Nixed WrestleMania 37 Return Match

WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch says she was able to return to the ring at WrestleMania 37, and was discussed for a match against Bayley. That would’ve been her first match since taking time off for her first pregnancy. The Lynch vs. Bayley match had been rumored in the...

Miami Heat Star Shares Strong Take on ‘Truly Unique’ Lakers Offseason

Let there be no doubt that, around the NBA, the Lakers emerged from this summer as the talk of the league. Adding three surefire Hall of Famers will do that. And the chatter is not limited to the talking heads of the media — the Lakers have NBA players talking, too.

State Your Case: Luke Kuechly's Short Career Wasn't Short On Hall Of Fame Production

Luke Kuechly lived for contact. His approach to football was direct and impactful. His job, as he saw it, was to put opposing ball carriers on the ground, something he did well enough to be named first team All-Pro five times, second team twice, a Pro Bowler seven straight years and one of six linebackers on the 2010s All-Decade team. Whether all that will be enough to make him the first Carolina Panther to reach the Pro Football Hall of Fame remains to be seen but his eight-year resume is one of consistently high-level performance.

LeBron James Personally Called Carmelo Anthony and Sold Him on Joining the Los Angeles Lakers With 3 Simple Words

LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony have wanted to team up for a long time. The two friends entered the league together in 2003, have competed against each other in both the Eastern and Western Conferences, and have even vacationed together. Now that the two future Hall of Famers are teammates, they’ll aim to lead the Los Angeles Lakers to their 18th title in franchise history.

ESPN Eyeing Russell Wilson After He Retires From NFL

Russell Wilson may have his next career lined up once he decides his days in the NFL are over. The All-Pro quarterback appeared as a guest on the Manningcast this past Monday and drew some rave reviews. Richard Deitsch of The Athletic called his appearance ”The best I’ve seen him...

National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York

There’s nothing like a night at the ballpark. It’s a few precious hours of escape into a great and simple American tradition. It’s connection to something that was here before you were and will be here long after you’re gone. It’s memories–the family ones from your childhood, and the legendary ones from before you were born, and the new ones you’re making in the moment. And it’s time spent amid people who love the game as much as you do.

Nobody expected Titans victory, says Henry after huge comeback

Derrick Henry believes the Tennessee Titans pulled off a victory no one expected as they produced a stirring comeback to beat the Seattle Seahawks on the road. The Titans had suffered a demoralising 38-13 defeat to the Arizona Cardinals in Week 1 heading into their trip to Seattle. Their 2021...