The most notable and polarizing name of the 2014 NFL Draft has been and will be Johnny Manziel. Manziel has been working out on the west coast in preparation for the draft in May. One […]
Over the past few weeks, Justin and Jim have had a couple of very good guests on who The Commish became a big fan of Rays starting pitcher Alex Cobb and Tampa Bay Lightning goalie […]
With the trade of Marty St Louis, the Tampa Bay Lightning are without the man that many considered not only to be the team leader, but the captain, the heartbeat, and the face of the […]
So it’s been two days now since the Buccaneers released their new Nike designed uniforms to the world. Some people loved them initially, others have said they absolutely hate them. Sometimes though you have to […]
Today’s topics on the Kirk & Dinger Roundtable: 1) A movie featuring JFK, RFK, & Marilyn Monroe won’t come out. Would you be able to watch the tape? 2) New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Rob […]
Let the overreacting commence in 3…2…1… 1. Houston Texans – Blake Bortles – QB – UCF Commish’s Comments: No surprise that this pick likely comes down to Clowney or a quarterback. I think the Texans […]
The Buccaneers unveiled their new, revolutionary uniforms Monday morning. The Bucs were supposed to release the new Nike designed uniforms on Wednesday, but apparently couldn’t wait that long. What made them unveil them early? Now […]
Today the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Nike unveiled the team’s new NFL Nike Elite 51 Uniform design for the 2014 season. The uniform is a completely integrated system of dress with a new design that honors the Buccaneers’ rich tradition while boldly bringing the team into the future through a modern industrial design aesthetic.
One of the NFL Draft’s top hidden gems as an analyst is NFL Films’ senior producer Greg Cosell. Cosell recently joined Ross Tucker on his podcast to breakdown the quarterback prospects in this year’s draft. […]
The NFL is considering a heavy tax on it, citing the fact that the gridiron is a workplace, and thus they can control the language and lexicon of its players. It’s probably the most delicate and toxic topic we’ll ever discuss in sports.