With the weekend creeping closer, we here at Gut Check realize we need to make plans for Super Bowl Sunday -- specifically, what will we be eating and drinking, and where? From all-you-can-eat nacho and wing bars and barbecue dinners to discounts on beers, booze and shots, Gut Check's roundup of St. ... More >>
I'm having a very hard time believing the NFL/NFLPA dispute is going to end like this, so teams are going to need to work on their contingencies.Well, the day has finally arrived, sports fans. The deadline for the NFL and the Player's Association to reach an agreement is tonight at midnight. ... More >>
I've mostly stayed clear of writing too very much about the impending NFL lockout to this point. Not because it isn't newsworthy, or because I don't understand it, but just because I feel like there's an unending stream of national perspective gushing out, to the point you really don't need yet a ... More >>
The Union Buster, preparing to take a swipe at the NFLPA Game and, possibly, Tim Barnes' future.Tim Barnes, former center for the Missouri Tigers, is garnering some attention this week as he plays in the NFLPA Game. That's the National Football League Players' Association, better known as the Pla ... More >>
Sunday in San Diego went off without a hitch. Chad Ochocinco didn't wear his fallen comrades jersey, the NFL didn't fine him for it, and the teapot tempest which threatened for most of the week blew quietly over. Roger Goodell, seen here in a stock photo, is best known for getting N ... More >>
I barely remember the St. Louis football Cardinals. I was only eight years old when they left; the extent of what I really have of them is an old nylon backpack in burgundy and a glass mug with the gridbird logo on the side. Even so, the team has a special little place in my heart. I suppose it prob ... More >>
Battered by the pounding they took on the gridiron, former players say the National Football League has abandoned them.
>"I think a little of Brie's favorite pastime would go a long way towards loosening you guys up!"
Has the NFL gone too far trying to monitor players' off-field antics?
a return to reality after the decadence and delirium of Atlanta