105.3 The Fan
Hall of Fame running back Tony Dorsett says he started playing football ‘not knowing that the end was going to be like this’ – what he calls a frustrating battle with a condition caused by head trauma.
Inside of Valley Ranch, word is getting around that veteran coach Monte Kiffin won’t be renewed by the Cowboys — and that’s not a shock.
One thing I don’t like about Murray is that he doesn’t blow it open that often. Maybe that’s the job of another back and his job is to set the tone and be physical, but there are a few backs in the draft I think can provide you that type of service, for a cheaper price and who may be able to be gamebreakers.
On Thursday night Kevin spun the wheel and it landed on ‘getting tackled’.
Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio gave Shan & RJ his breakdown of how he thinks Adrian Peterson could be joining the Dallas Cowboys football team.
Joseph Randle tweeted this week that he’s ‘Learning the value of a good lawyer each day.’
Everyone loves a pass rusher with length. Gregor’s length lets him keep OT’s hands off of him on the pass rush.
Details were still being worked out, but the Seattle Seahawks quarterback is likely to have a similar experience as last year.
Follow 105.3TheFan.COM: Facebook | Twitter The GBag Nation’s Jeff Cavanaugh is going to do a player breakdown of a lot of the potential pro players that people have graded in the first few rounds, and they’ll come out […]
I’m going to do a player breakdown of a lot of the players that people have graded in the first few rounds, and they’ll come out every couple of days or so as I get a good enough feel for the guys I’m watching to put together what I consider a quality evaluation.
The NFL won’t decide on any discipline for Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch until after the Super Bowl, commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday.
Our show specifically featured Bill Romanowski, Icky Woods, Tony Gonzalez and his beautiful wife October, Dhani Jones, and most importantly Robert O’Neill, the former Navy seal who shot Osama Bin Laden in the face multiple times.