LA Lakers Steve Nash: Latest to Lose to Father Time

Two-time NBA MVP and Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash just learned first hand why Father Time is impossible to beat. From time immemorial, the old man’s record remains unblemished and quietly he’s posted an unrivaled unbeaten record in every … Continue reading

Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning Breaks NFL Record

Two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback and current Denver Broncos’ General Manager and Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway and 76,273 fans at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium sprung to their feet and cheered. Millions of fans … Continue reading

Green Bay Packers to Retire Brett Favre’s Jersey

Green Bay Packers fans, universally known as Cheeseheads, have always been recognized as some of the NFL’s most fervent.

However, on July 18, 2015 fans will find out if these same football faithful will also be remembered as some of the most forgiving, too.

On that date, the Packers Hall of Fame will induct estranged former Green Bay QB legend, Brett Favre, into its elite fraternity. Favre and his family will be honored next year, and his iconic #4 jersey retired.

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Minnesota Vikings’ Peterson Receives Twitter’s Inaugural NFL Award (Satire)

(Satire) Last night Twitter, the world’s pre-eminent micro-blogging social media site, presented its inaugural NFL Twit Head of the Year Award for reckless remarks to Minnesota Vikings’ All Pro RB Adrian Peterson. Twitter initially planned to award the gleaming NFL … Continue reading

Interview with WikiLeaks Founder Troubling to Some Sports Star (Satire)

(Satire) CBS News’ “60 Minutes” reported yesterday that the seemingly unending saga surrounding WikiLeaks will soon surface in the sports world. During last night’s television interview with Julian Assange—the WikiLeaks founder currently under United States criminal investigation—”60 Minutes” learned that the … Continue reading

Cincinnati Bengal WR Chad Ochocinco Changing Name Again (Satire)

(Satire) In a surprise move, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco is legally changing his name for a second time. At first, speculation surfaced that the mercurial No. 85 was reverting to his originally given birth name, Chad Javon Johnson. … Continue reading

ESPN’s Monday Night Football Draws Fanatic Favre Faithful

ESPN reported today that its Monday Night Football telecast earlier this week captured the Network’s best ever audience for a pre-season NFL game. Whoa! Hard to fathom that so many fanatic Favre faithful still follow this oft retired, frequently un-retired … Continue reading