Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers presented the Comeback Player of the Year award last night. Peyton Manning won (Adrian Peterson was named MVP), but before they announced the winner, Rodgers and Favre shared an awkward moment, talking about great players making comebacks. It was a genuinely funny moment, capitalized by a probably-intentionally-awkward handshake. This the first time I have liked Brett Favre in… well, its the first time I remember liking Brett Favre.
Dwight Howard shows he’s soft yet again.
Why did Mississippi State extend Dan Mullen?
Antonio Brown is now the NFL’s highest paid receiver.
John Lynch and the 49ers should be looking to trade down in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Williams, an Arkansas transfer, has Middle Tennessee poised for a run in the NCAA Tournament.
Mahershala Ali, who just won an Oscar for Moonlight, was a Division-I, four-year collegiate basketball player on scholarship at (…)
Releasing some steam.
Kyle Lowry will undergo wrist surgery and miss a few weeks.
Gonzaga is on shaky ground.
This seems at least plausible.