He says he was joking with some of his comments
According to a Toronto City Councilman, the New Orleans Saints are on the shortlist to relocate to Toronto. His comments, according to the New Orleans Times Picayune were: Ã¢â‚¬Å“(The NFL has) to take care of the problem in Los Angeles first. Two teams are kind of in play here: JacksonvilleÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s number one; New Orleans is ..
From Rashard MendenhallÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s foot-in-mouth comments about Osama bin Laden to Stevie Johnson picking a fight with God, who knew just 140 characters could get so many millionaires in so much trouble? Twitter sure did seem like a harmless enough way for athletes to interact with their fans and the media, that is, until so many ..
The NFL lockout and athletes using Twitter are two of the hottest topics in sports lately. Well, New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush managed to make news by combining the two in a rather thought-provoking way on Tuesday. Bush angered many of his over 1.6 million followers when he tweeted that he’s making the ..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Kevin Mawae believes there will be football in 2011. He just doesn't know when
Thanks to Twitter, we get to hear the unfiltered thoughts of our favorite pro athletes. This can be both a good and bad thing (mostly bad). And now, thanks to the NFL lockout, quite a few of these athletes have WAY too much free time on their hands Ã¢â‚¬Â¦ which has led to an abundance ..
Since joining the the Saints as their #1 draft pick in 2006, Reggie Bush hasÃ‚Â managed to rush into the hearts of many in Who Dat Nation. I for one adore him and would love to see him stay with the team. I think he has been a vital part of the teamÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s success and will ..
Reggie Bush insists he was only joking when he stirred up fans with posts on his Twitter account about enjoying free time during the NFL lockout
Kevin Mawae believes there will be football in 2011. He just doesn't know when. Speaking in front of nearly 100 Music City business and civic leaders Tuesday, the president of the decertified NFL Players Association and former Tennessee Titans center tried to stay optimistic when talking about the future of the NFL's collective bargaining agreement