Tag: football

How Dr. David Chao Became @ProFootballDoc

Dr. David Chao remembers sitting on his couch watching football with his family one of the first times after spending 17 seasons as San Diego Chargers team doctor. Continue reading “How Dr. David Chao Became @ProFootballDoc”

The Rise of ‘The ThomaHawk Show’

Joe Thomas didn’t mince his words about his initial impression of Andrew Hawkins. Thomas was a Pro Bowl stalwart with the Cleveland Browns, playing 10,363 consecutive snaps on the offensive line from 2007-17. Hawkins, a wide receiver, had just signed a four-year, $13.6 million contract with the organization in 2014 after three seasons with in-state rivals Cincinnati Bengals. Continue reading “The Rise of ‘The ThomaHawk Show’”

Kurt Warner Excited By Next Generation of NFL Quarterbacks

Kurt Warner is excited. The Super Bowl XXXIV winning quarterback can’t wait to sit down and turn on the TV to watch Patrick Mahomes, Baker Mayfield, Kyler Murray, Sam Darnold, Carson Wentz and the next generation of NFL quarterbacks guide their respective teams week in and week out during the season. Continue reading “Kurt Warner Excited By Next Generation of NFL Quarterbacks”

LaDainian Tomlinson Talks Running Back Contracts, Chargers Chances in 2019

Le’Veon Bell missed the entire 2018/19 NFL season because he was holding out for more money. The running back didn’t get it from the Pittsburgh Steelers, but signed a four-year, $52.5 million ($25 million guaranteed) contract with the New York Jets. Continue reading “LaDainian Tomlinson Talks Running Back Contracts, Chargers Chances in 2019”

Drew Brees Delivering Wins (and Sandwiches) This Season

To say Drew Brees is a fan of Jimmy John’s is an understatement. The New Orleans Saints quarterback got his first exposure to the fast food sandwich chain while in college at Purdue University. Brees remembers ordering Jimmy John’s to his dorm room three times a week; the No. 9 (Italian Night Club) is his favorite. Continue reading “Drew Brees Delivering Wins (and Sandwiches) This Season”

Saquon Barkley Stepping Up as Leader On and Off Field

New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley has garnered plenty of headlines and comments regarding his viral workout videos and weightlifting accomplishments. The 2018 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year has also been dubbed “Saquads,” a nickname former Giants teammate Odell Beckham Jr. loves and suggested Barkley embrace. Continue reading “Saquon Barkley Stepping Up as Leader On and Off Field”

AFFL Doesn’t See Itself as NFL Competitor

The football landscape in the United States is getting increasingly crowded. Once dominated by the NFL and NCAA, now football fans are offered various other viewing options throughout the year including the Alliance of American Football (AAF) and the XFL. Continue reading “AFFL Doesn’t See Itself as NFL Competitor”