NFL Associate Editor for Bleacher Report. Former NFL and Breaking News Team writer. Fan of many sports, lover of one.
I graduated from Bowling Green State University with degrees in sport communication and journalism. I spent time as a general sports reporter and sports editor for the BG News and worked as a senior contributor for Sideline Scouting, a site dedicated to NFL draft coverage. I got my start at Bleacher Report with the NFL team before spending seven months with the Breaking News Team, transitioning back to the NFL side for my current position.
I enjoy many sports, but football—especially NFL football—will always be my greatest passion. I love the nuts and bolts of the game. The cerebral nature of such a physical game is what I consider the perfect paradox.
Follow me on twitter @JustinOnslowNFL for discussion about single malts, good food and music—and, of course, football.
Please in the future, if you're going to attempt to write a Soccer article (I'm American so I call it soccer, not football) don't go off of stories from the Daily Mirror, Sky Italia, or especially Marca (which is essentially the PR department of Real Madrid). This is in response to your article about Gareth Bale being wise to push for a move to RM, your view of World Soccer seems like it's been thrown together in the past three or four years (aka the disgusting Billionaire era)
Don't listen to the haters man, you got a talent. Great articles.
Justin-- doing the ESPN "who is the best and who is the worst" thing doesn't take much effort-- that is why ESPN features such blather on a daily basis --
and you will surely alienate almost everyone-- rating the Ravens in the top 8 is plain silly --and probably man love for Ozzie Newsome --
I suggest in the future you actually pick a subject that takes something more than the limits of your own objectivity
do Chicago fans a favor and never write a article for Chicago football again
you shouldn't write about Chicago Football anymore just thought i would let you know....
A group of Manchester United football supporters have developed an innovative viral campaign called "Bring Ronaldo Home" that would allow the club's reported 659 million fans around the world to make a pledge via a unique crowd-funding website to buy Cristiano Ronaldo back to the club.
Following up with the campaign is a heart-felt campaign video similar to that of the "Kony Phenomenon": http://youtu.be/pL7cpGMat-0
With all the blows to the ManUnited Football Club at the moment (Fergie stepping down and Rooney rumoured leaving) the club and more importantly the fans are in need of something to get behind!
The campaign launched only a few days ago with thousands of pledges already rolling in.
Here is the link to the website: http://www.bringronaldohome.org/
If you would like any more information please let me know.
Glad to see another former BG News sports editor writing here on Bleacher Report!
Hey Justin, It's James Hicks. Yes, if you have the chance to go in now and reinsert the measurements for the broad jump, please do so. I'm in the middle of editing a couple other articles. Thanks.
Hey you should check out this Hockey Harlem Shake done at Ferris State University! Arguably the best Harlem Shake ever! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIDiEZcpQk8