A great photograph captures a moment in time that is ingrained in our memories forever. When we look at a great photo, such as the above picture of Notre Dame junior running back Cam McDaniel, we don’t take into account the lighting, angle, exposure, quality of the lens glass, camera aperture, shutter speed, etc. But all of those factors can (and do) affect what we see. Scores of women (and gay men) are swooning over this photo of McDaniel running through a defensive line, with a movie star smile, after his helmet was knocked off.
The NY Jets fanatic who was caught on video punching a female New England Patriots fan posed for a photo with Jets team owner Woody Johnson, the NY Post reports.
The photo, which was obtained by sports-themed website Deadspin.com, was originally posted to Kurt Paschke’s Facebook page the week before he slugged a woman following the Jets’ overtime upset win over the Patriots on Sunday.
The entire Internet is buzzing about an incident at a Jets game that was caught on video. The grainy video that was uploaded to YouTube.com shows a male NY Jets fan punching out a woman wearing New England Patriots gear.
There is no sign of security in the video, which was filmed at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey after the Jets beat New England 30-27 on Sunday.
The intense rivalry between the two teams often ends in violence — in the stands, not on the field.
In the video, a tall man wearing a Jets jersey can be seen tussling with several Patriots fans, including three women – one carrying a baby.
Minnesota Vikings MVP running back Adrian Peterson played in Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers, after his 2-year-old son died of brain injuries suffered in a brutal beating last week in South Dakota.
The child was beaten to death by his mother’s boyfriend, Joseph Patterson, who is being held on $750,000 bond.
Adrian Peterson tugged at heart strings by claiming he was only playing for his son — the boy he never met.
Many questioned Peterson’s heartless behavior after he notified his coaches of his plans to play in Sunday’s game — while his son was on life support.
“I was set on it,” he said before his son died on Friday. “I just look at things and I don’t ask people to understand my mindset and how I think.”
Rapper Drake was rudely turned away at the locker room door when he attempted to join the victorious Miami Heat celebrations following the 2013 NBA Finals. That won’t happen at the 2016 NBA Finals thanks to the Toronto Raptors who tapped the Canadian native to serve as their team ambassador.
Toronto has been selected to host NBA All-Star game in 2016.
Drake’s latest album Nothing Was the Same sold 658,179 copies in first week sales, giving Drake his 3rd #1 album.
No NFL player wants to be in Baltimore Ravens WR Jacoby Jones’ shoes today. It’s bad enough that he got cracked over the head with an expensive bottle of champagne. But when the attacker wielding the bottle is a petite stripper named Sweet Pea, the locker room becomes a very hostile environment to be in.
According to gossip blog TMZ.com, the incident took place on board a DC party bus where other players were celebrating Brian McKinnie’s 34th birthday. The players were entertained by a motley crew of aging, out-of-shape strippers, including Sweet Pea.
TMZ says Sweet Pea hit Jones over the head with a gigantic Ace of Spades bottle. She claims TMZ is lying.
It took 3 grueling sets but Serena Williams defeated Victoria Azarenka 7-5, 6-7 (6-8), 6-1 to win her 5th U.S. Open title, and her 17th Grand Slam singles title overall.
“Vika’s such a great opponent; she’s such a fighter,” a relieved Williams said after the match. “It was never over until match point.”
Azarenka was gracious in her defeat. After the match, Azarenka and Williams embraced. “I did everything I could,” Azarenka said. “I fought as hard as I could. But I lost to a great champion.”