Detroit Lions running back Ameer Abdullah enjoys a little pain and adversity. He favors wearing long sleeves or a hoodie—sometimes both—under his jersey when it’s hot out. Why? Well, if he can handle tougher conditions, playing on a normal day will be easier. Continue reading “Ramadan Fasting Beneficial for Detroit Lions’ Ameer Abdullah”
Concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (more commonly known as CTE) are unfortunately becoming common associations with football. Continue reading “Search Continues for Answers to Head Injuries in Football”
Will Rackley grew up with two loves: football and art. Continue reading “Will Rackley’s Transition from NFL to Artist”
Natalie Randolph sat inside Ben’s Next Door on U Street in Washington, D.C. Like most of the patrons at the bar, she was attentively watching the National Football League games on the TV screens. A conversation struck up between her and a man seated nearby.
Then the inquisition began. Continue reading “Women Coaching Men and the Obstacles They Face”
Tina Sturdevant does extensive traveling for her role as senior manager of media and talent at Bleacher Report. Even though she would bounce from city to city and hotel room to hotel room, she remained particular about bringing her own toiletries. Continue reading “These Sports Media Members are Donating Toiletries to Homeless”
Former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber rushed for a team-record of 10,449 yards over 10 seasons in the National Football League. His longest play was a 95-yard touchdown run in 2005. Understandably, running the 26.2 miles that comprise a marathon would take some adjusting to. Continue reading “Tiki Barber on his Transition from NFL Running Back to Marathon Runner”
The scene is the same. The clock reads 0:00. The final whistle blows. Some players jubilantly celebrate. Others fall to the ground in agonizing defeat. Confetti floats down from the rafters. There are tears of joy. Tears of disappointment. People are hugging in celebration. Some in reassurance. Amidst all the chaos, there are people running around from player to player and coach to coach handing out T-shirts and hats that proudly read “Super Bowl Champions”. Continue reading “What Happens to the Losing Super Bowl Team’s T-Shirts, Hats”