Josh Gordon is back in the game and headed to Kansas City. Despite any off-the-field troubles, the former All-Pro wide receiver — who recently was informed that he is being reinstated — is planning to sign with the Kansas City Chiefs, ESPN reports. Gordon is flying to Kansas City Monday,...
Every sports league has had to find ways to deal with trying to run professional sports in the middle of global pandemic. Concessions have been made, plans altered — all in service of trying to keep games going while ensuring players and fans are protected. Intelligence prevailed when the the NFL and NFLPA eventually found common ground on a way to proceed in 2021. Now the NBA is in the midst of its own negotiations, and the league is on the verge of collapse because of it.
The NFL will reportedly join the NBA in embracing the growing world of NFTs and digital collectibles. According to reports from the Sports Business Journal on Tuesday, the NFL and NFL Player’s Association has partnered up with Dapper Labs, the same company that operates the wildly popular NBA Top Shot, to create something that resembles the NBA’s digital collectible marketplace.
The pandemic dramatically altered the 2020 college football season. It has prompted the NFL and the NFL Players Association to after the rules for the 2020 draft. An agreement struck recently by the league and the union treats the 2020 season as a year of participation. In other words, even if a player did or didn’t play in 2020, 2020 counts toward his four years of eligibility for draft purposes.
Former All-Pro wide receiver Josh Gordon, who recently was informed that he is being reinstated, is planning to sign with the Kansas City Chiefs, sources told ESPN. Gordon was flying to Kansas City on Monday and was expected to be signed to the Chiefs' practice squad on Monday night with the expectation that a promotion to the active roster will follow shortly thereafter.
The Seattle Seahawks will not have a reunion with wide receiver Josh Gordon. The NFL reinstated the veteran on Sunday, Sept. 26, but he confirmed that he will sign with the Kansas City Chiefs and head to the AFC West instead of joining forces with Russell Wilson for the rest of the 2021 season.
Every year, the same lofty expectations are thrown on Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys. Due to Jerry Jones‘ intense desire to win and the organization’s ongoing claim to be “America’s Team,” the Cowboys frequently find themselves named Super Bowl contenders. However, reality often acts quite differently. The Cowboys haven’t been to the Super Bowl since 1995, and Prescott has yet to appear in an NFC Championship Game.
Dallas Cowboys right tackle La’el Collins was suspended by the NFL on September 10th. However, today it was revealed that the suspension came to fruition because Collins attempted to bribe the league’s drug-test collector, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Moreover, NFL players can’t be suspended for positive marijuana tests due...
The Dallas Cowboys will face the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday Night Football in their first real divisional test of the year. However, what was at the top of some minds on Monday was, not only, the game but someone who won’t be with the Cowboys for this game and three more.
Former All-Pro wide receiver Josh Gordon, who recently was informed that he is being reinstated, is planning to sign with the Kansas City Chiefs, sources told ESPN. Gordon was flying to Kansas City on Monday and was expected to be signed to the Chiefs’ practice squad on Monday night with the expectation that a promotion to the active roster will follow shortly thereafter.
This is the company’s fourth office with other offices located in Honolulu, Maui, and San Luis Obispo. – The Rice Partnership, an independent wealth management firm that caters to high-net-worth clientele, is expanding its California Central Coast presence with the opening of its newest office in Paso Robles. This is...
Dallas Cowboys star La’el Collins has been suspended after he allegedly tried to bribe the league’s drug-test collector. ESPN reports that players cannot be suspended for positive marijuana tests under the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement, but Collins’ missed several tests and then tried to bribe the test collector. He was...
The NFL initially held back on the NFT craze, but now the league is ready to make its move. Dapper Labs is reportedly set to announce a deal with the NFL and NFLPA on an NFT marketplace, a source with knowledge of the deal confirmed to FOS. The venture will be along the same lines as Dapper’s hit NBA Top Shot.
Former president of the Pro Football Writers of America and the author of four books. Former All-Pro wide receiver Josh Gordon, who recently was informed that he is being reinstated, is planning to sign with the Kansas City Chiefs, sources told ESPN. Gordon is flying to Kansas City on Monday,...
The partnership marks another breakthrough for the 5-star Duke Blue Devils freshman and projected 2022 No. 1 NBA Draft pick. Paolo Banchero hasn’t yet played his first college basketball game, but he’s already off to a busy start to his freshman year at Duke University. The 5-star all-world phenom out...
Dallas Cowboys right tackle La’el Collins was suspended by the NFL on September 10th. However, yesterday it was revealed that the suspension came to fruition because Collins attempted to bribe the league’s drug-test collector, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Now, Collins is expressing innocence after the allegations came to light.
The La’el Collins saga continues. Just hours after the stunning revelation via ESPN that the tackle had tried to bribe testers in regard to his series of missed drug tests, sources close to the lineman came out with word that Collins is maintaining no wrongdoing. One Dallas news outlet shares the veteran’s surprising response to the allegations, saying a separate appeal to his five-game suspension has already been filed.