Protecting Peyton Manning, one of the greatest NFL quarterbacks in history, doesn’t come without bumps in the road.
For Winston Justice, those bumps have been numerous. His storybook ascension started in high school, when Winston Justice started making his own decisions.
Raised a Jehovah’s Witness, Justice defied his denomination’s edict to avoid organized athletics because it would expose children to “unwholesome associations” and started playing football when he was 16...
Since being awarded the National League MVP in November, Pittsburgh Pirates star Andrew McCutchen gets the questions all the time.
What’s the key to success?How did you get the MVP?What makes you so calm and confident?
Dylan Thompson had strings.
He moved the right way. He said the right things. He danced across the stage and nailed his lines. He was a shell of a man, a marionette that moved but had no life inside.
One day, the strings broke, his body fell, and he lay all twisted up and lifeless on stage.
The lights went down. And the curtains closed...
While the World Series is about to get underway, there is one storyline that is still sweeping MLB - at least in the New York City area. Last week, the New York Yankees were eliminated by the Detroit Tigers in a resounding sweep. The story around the nation wasn’t about the Tigers’ solid pitching, but the lack of offensive firepower throughout the postseason from the Bronx Bombers. The Yankees are set for an interesting offseason that could include many players being moved; but one player seems to be the one that the organization and its fans care about the most - Alex Rodriguez
It got me wondering about all the pressure Our Savior went through on the night He was betrayed...
Tim Tebow responded to Jake Plummer's comments on his faith on ESPN's popular show First Take.
Tebow: "I respect Jake's opinion, and I really appreciate his compliment of calling me a winner. But I feel like anytime I get the opportunity to give the Lord some praise, he is due for it."
Here's what Plummer said the day before on a sports talk radio show:
"I think that when he accepts the fact that we know that he loves Jesus Christ, then I think I'll like him a little better. I don't hate him because of that, I just would rather not have to hear that every single time he takes a good snap or makes a good handoff."