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Gino Pozzo

Tuesday, August 25th, 2020

Gino Pozzo is a big name in European sports. He is a proud owner of the English club Watford Football Club. Gino was born in Udine, Italy to football enthusiast parents. He moved to the US when he was a teenager and after completing his Master’s degree from Harvard University, he relocated to Barcelona, Spain. […]

Troy Polamalu Retires

Friday, April 10th, 2015

Troy Polamalu, the legendary safety for the Pittsburgh Steelers has decided to retire after playing for twelve seasons in the league. Troy was part of two Steeler teams that won the Super Bowl and was selected to five All-Pro teams. During his career he also had 32 interceptions and was considered a hard hitting game […]

Tony Romo’s Deal Is Restructured

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

Tony Romo’s Deal Is Restructured Any NFL team’s season could be made or broken by moves that happen during the offseason. For Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, his immediate future with the team seems to have been affected by this. On Wednesday the Dallas Cowboys have made it official that they have restructured the contract of […]

Bears Falling Short in Filling Their Needs

Monday, March 23rd, 2015

In the game of free agency, the Chicago Bears are currently losing ground in their division. With that being said, acquiring John Fox as their new head coach is still a better improvement than most of their off season personnel changes that are going to be made. Fans like Bruce Karatz know that speculation still […]

What If AP Retired Today?

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

No one would blame Adrian Peterson if he just up and retired right now. He has been through enough, and he would be able to make the US track team in something for the next Olympics. The dude is one of the best athletes on the planet, and we should respect that. Fans like Haidar […]

Goodell Responds to Questions

Monday, February 2nd, 2015

Roger Goodell gave a press conference on Friday, like the commissioner does each and every year before heading into the Super Bowl and he gave a speech and then took questions on everything related to the National Football League. Fans like Lee Slaughter know that his interview is kind of like a wrap up of […]

Lynch on Media Day

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

  There was a ton of speculation heading into the media day for the National Football League as to how running back Marshawn Lynch of the Seattle Seahawks would act, or if he would even show up for that matter. He has been fined a ton of money in the past for not conducting interviews […]

Patriots Deserve an Asterisk

Monday, January 19th, 2015

In light of the new allegations of deflated balls being used in the conference championship, the Patriots deserve an asterisk. If the allegations turnout to be true, this would be the second time of Patriots cheating under the coaching of Bill Belichick. Yes it was a total lashing the Patriots gave to the Colts, but […]

Andrew Luck Is Forging NFL Greatness

Friday, January 16th, 2015

Two years ago the Indianapolis Colts were reeling from the loss of Peyton Manning. The team went on to win two games behind the ‘effort’ of Curtis Painter. “Suck for Luck” became the new team motto and the campaign worked out. Andrew Luck, the most hyped collegiate quarterback since Peyton himself, was drafted. The next […]