The path to success in professional sports is different for every athlete. For Louisiana native Brandon Stokley, it began by giving up football until his senior year of high school, "I played quarterback and back then it was all option football. I was about 5'4, 115 pounds going into my sophomore year of high school. I couldn't throw the ball ...
The Bengals have a lot of questions at the tight end position, now and for the future.
Now, the question is if Tyler Eifert can step up and get back to the Eifert we saw dominated the league in 2015, or if he’ll remain the injury-prone player that’s rarely been on the field in three of the last four seasons.
Jul 04, 2018 | by Angelique S. Chengelis, The Detroit News
Mike Martin, a former Michigan defensive lineman and captain, knows what it’s like not to have enough money to attend high school football camps where college coaches work and identify talent – or those where young up-and-coming players can pick up tips from former college players.
Nearly two years ago, former Rams running back Isaiah Pead lost nearly all of his left leg after a horrifying car crash. Pead lost control of his truck after hitting a hole in the road while traveling more than 90 miles per hour, sending it more than 40 feet down an embankment on the side of a highway.
With the theme this week being based around records, I wanted to dive into the records that Mike Evans has already broken, and records that he is on the verge of breaking. Keep in mind that Evans is only going into his fifth season with the Buccaneers and is already considered to be one of the best receivers the franchise has ever had.