1. Remembering Arsenal's 7-3 Drubbing of Newcastle in 2012

    When Arsenal face Newcastle in the Premier League, they will have mixed memories of coming up against the Tyneside team. There have been moments of elation, such as their final day victory that saw them qualify for the Champions League in 2013...

    James McNicholas Written by James McNicholas about 16 hours ago 7,884 reads 11 comments

  2. How Nick Saban's 2000 LSU Peach Bowl Team Helped Set Up the Alabama Dynasty

    ATLANTA — Could a non-BCS bowl game played eight years prior to Nick Saban 's first SEC West title at Alabama provide the foundation for the Crimson Tide dynasty? One certainly had an impact...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 2 days ago 11,788 reads 22 comments

  3. The Cut Man: Life as the Bearer of Bad News in the NFL

    My direct line rang not long after the list had been released to the press. The voice on phone was irate, screaming, cursing, accusing and threatening. It was not going to be an ordinary day at the office...

    Ted Sundquist Written by Ted Sundquist about 2 days ago 160,932 reads 65 comments

  4. NFL Records and Milestones Most Likely to Be Reached This Season

    Face it. Even with all of the modern-day conveniences we have to watch and read about football, most enjoy reveling in the game's history...

    Russell S. Baxter Written by Russell S. Baxter about 2 days ago 141,982 reads 208 comments

  5. Uani' Unga Using Life Lessons to Make Push for New York Giants' Final Roster

    New York Giants linebacker Uani’ Unga is such a soft-spoken young man that, at times, it becomes necessary to lean in a little closer than what is perhaps desired to hear what he has to say...

    Patricia Traina Written by Patricia Traina about 4 days ago 11,243 reads 17 comments

  6. 7 Arsenal Players of Last 10 Years Who Never Won over the Fans

    Try as they might, some players can never quite seem to win the love of the fans. It might be due to a lack of ability, a dubious attitude or some other factor, but the chemistry between player and supporters is never quite right...

    James McNicholas Written by James McNicholas about 8 days ago 37,665 reads 68 comments

  7. New York Giants LB Jameel McClain Bounces Back from Adversity

    Don’t mess with New York Giants linebacker Jameel McClain . Seriously, throw any curve ball you have at the 30-year-old former Syracuse defender who grew up in the toughest part of northern Philadelphia ...

    Patricia Traina Written by Patricia Traina about 13 days ago 3,969 reads 10 comments

  8. NFL Urban Legends: Dan Marino, Drug Rumors and the Draft-Day Slide

    Editor's note: This is the fifth installment in Bleacher Report's series on NFL urban legends. Part 1 looked at Bo Jackson's hard-to-believe 40-yard-dash time, Part 2 at ...

    Mike Tanier Written by Mike Tanier about 18 days ago 126,453 reads 105 comments

  9. The Death of the NFL Touchdown Celebration

    There wasn’t a name for what New York Giants wide receiver Homer Jones did in 1965 after he took a short pass from quarterback Earl Morrall and then scored 89 yards later...

    Sean Tomlinson Written by Sean Tomlinson about 19 days ago 564,433 reads 265 comments

  10. Meet the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2015

    There's no such thing as an easy journey to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Every player, coach and executive who achieves football "immortality" overcomes seemingly insurmountable ...

    Mike Tanier Written by Mike Tanier about 21 days ago 248,236 reads 143 comments

  11. Remembering Junior Seau's Hall of Fame Career

    Junior Seau is the reason the Pro Football Hall of Fame exists. He didn't build it with his own two hands or donate money to keep the Hall stocked with yellow blazer fabric and molten bronze...

    Ty Schalter Written by Ty Schalter about 21 days ago 47,993 reads 44 comments

  12. Remembering Bill Polian's Hall of Fame Career

    An NFL general manager wears many hats, but the position's primary responsibility is to serve as an organization's talent maestro...

    Brent Sobleski Written by Brent Sobleski about 22 days ago 7,911 reads 19 comments

  13. Remembering Tim Brown's Hall of Fame Career

    If you ask fans of the Oakland Raiders who best personifies the team's stay in Los Angeles from 1982-1994, odds are one of three names is coming up. The first is tailback Marcus Allen, who spent his entire 11-year Raiders tenure in Los Angeles...

    Gary Davenport Written by Gary Davenport about 22 days ago 43,972 reads 62 comments

  14. Recalling Babe Ruth's Stint as a Pro Wrestling Referee

    We remember Babe Ruth as a good many things: a New York Yankee, a top-tier slugger, a record-setter and an icon of the baseball diamond. But rarely do we think of his days as a pro wrestling referee...

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 23 days ago 64,232 reads 17 comments

  15. Remembering Will Shields' Hall of Fame Career

    Offensive linemen can sometimes be the NFL ’s overlooked grunts, with the glory assigned elsewhere. Often to the quarterback who had time and was comfortable while throwing that sailing, 20-yard bomb...

    Sean Tomlinson Written by Sean Tomlinson about 23 days ago 1,751 reads 2 comments

  16. Remembering Mick Tingelhoff's Hall of Fame Career

    Offensive linemen are often overlooked even on the NFL 's best teams. Few of the game's top blockers receive the recognition they truly deserve...

    Brent Sobleski Written by Brent Sobleski about 24 days ago 6,838 reads 5 comments

  17. NFL Urban Legends: Donovan McNabb's Super Puke

    Editor's note: This is the fourth installment in Bleacher Report's series on NFL urban legends. Part 1 looked at Bo Jackson's hard-to-believe 40-yard-dash time, Part 2 at ...

    Mike Tanier Written by Mike Tanier about 24 days ago 149,211 reads 193 comments

  18. Detroit Tigers' Dave Dombrowski Puts Club in Position to Compete in 2016

    This is unfamiliar terrain for the Detroit Tigers . The club has enjoyed a smooth ride for nearly a decade...

    Chris  Hauler Written by Chris Hauler about 25 days ago 4,381 reads 13 comments

  19. Korey Stringer's Sacrifice and the Battle to Stop Football Heat Stroke Deaths

    We can never forget Korey Stringer, who collapsed on a Minnesota practice field on a sweltering July afternoon in 2001, died of heat stroke early the next morning and reminded the world that football players are not indestructible...

    Mike Tanier Written by Mike Tanier about 26 days ago 154,668 reads 61 comments