Ex-Baltimore Raven Todd Heap Accidentally Kills 3-Year Old Daughter

Todd Heap, former tight end of the Baltimore Ravens, suffered a major lost Friday afternoon. Heap accidentally hit and killed his 3-year old daughter while moving his truck in the driveway of the family’s Phoenix home. According to the Arizona Republic, Police responded to the accident around 3:45 p.m. and were informed the girl was on…

Trent Richardson Arrested on Domestic Violence Charge

Former Alabama running back Trent Richardson was arrested in Hoover, AL on a domestic violence charge. According to reports, police received two calls about a disturbance on Thursday night. The first call was received at 8:04 p.m. about a possible domestic disturbance at the Hyatt Place Hotel on John Hawkins Parkway. The second call was…

Nelly Joins FS1 “Undisputed” and Speaks His Mind on Players Skipping White House Visit After Super Bowl Win

Almost immediately after winning Super Bowl LI, Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett, let it be known that he would not be attending the White House celebration that will honor the Super Bowl champions. Following Bennett’s decision to skip the White House visit, defensive back Devin McCourty announced he would be skipping the tradition as well. Basic…

Falcons Hire Steve Sarkisian as Offensive Coordinator

Falcons hire former Alabama coach Steve Sarkisian to replace Kyle Shanahan as offensive coordinator. Shanahan is headed west to become the new head coach of the San Francisco 49ers. There was talk that Chip Kelly would actually leave the 49ers as head coach and take over as the offensive coordinator of the most high-powered offense in the…

Ronald Gasser Charged with Second-Degree Murder in Death of Joe McKnight

McKnight, former NFL running back, was shot and killed last December during a traffic dispute in Terrytown. The Louisiana man accused of killing McKnight, was charged with one count of second-degree murder on Thursday according to prosecutors. Ronald Gasser, 55, was originally charged with manslaughter and is being held with a higher bond of $750,000. The Times-Picayune recounts…

Former Falcons Quarterback Michael Vick Pens Letter to Atlanta

Former Falcons quarterback Michael Vick has written a letter to the City of Atlanta on his time with the Falcons, his fall from grace and life after football. Vick who played for Atlanta from 2001-2006 is reportedly retiring from the NFL. The quarterback was known for setting the ity of Atlanta on fire and fans…