USWNT Shock Japan With Four Goals In Sixteen Minutes, Win World Cup
Soccer matches are 90 minutes long, and most of the time the ball is nowhere near a goal and 18 of the 22 players on the pitch are walking. But there are stretches—two minutes here, two seconds there—in which the players do unimaginable things with the ball and work with their teammates in a way that suggests they share a single brain, and they seem more like wizards or artists or seers than athletes.
The NFL has yet to make any official announcements about its future plans to move one or more teams to Los Angeles, but it seems highly likely that the San Diego Chargers are a top candidate. In fact, the Chargers aren’t really keeping it a secret. One of the requirements for a recent job listing the team posted is that applicants must be “willing to relocate to the Los Angeles area, if necessary.”
Knee-deep in the long march to training camp, we're taking a look all this week at seven Cincinnati Bengals who could have breakout seasons in 2015. Whether it's because of their young age, previous performance or other factors, these players haven't had a chance to become significant pieces of the Bengals' system -- until now. A couple ended up becoming regular contributors late last season, but they could become even bigger household names later this fall. Let's start tracking a few reasons why.
The Cincinnati Bengals are a very well-rounded roster with phenomenal talent at almost every position. They do a great job of developing young talent, and as a result, they have one of the best overall rosters in the NFL.
There are few teams in the NFL that have the talent and depth the Cincinnati Bengals posses. Team management and staff have constructed a roster that can be dominant on both sides of the ball while giving added insurance to positions that face constant injury. While the Bengals weakness are not as concerning as other problems NFL teams face, Cincinnati still their own looming questions about the team heading into the 2015 season. Here is a look at the top 3 areas of concern facing the Bengals this upcoming season.
As training camp fast approaches, I’ve decided to break down the current state of the rest of the AFC North heading into the 2015 NFL preseason. A comprehe
Everyone is under pressure in the NFL at all times. But who are the players and coaches facing the most heat as a new season dawns? Around The NFL highlights six in need of a big 2015.
"The Competition" is a series that breaks down every position battle leading up to training camp.
Time to get that hole in the screen door patched, and rid up the yard, too. The Super Bowl could be coming to town.
Right now I'd rank the Browns secondary tied for tops in the league with the Seahawks'. With three Pro Bowlers in Joe Haden, Tashaun Gipson and Donte Whitner, the Browns can make a strong case for standing alone at No. 1 in the NFL. Last season, they finished second in the NFL with 21 interceptions, led the league in opposing quarterback passer rating (74.1) and with 99 passes defensed. With 2014 No. 8 overall pick Justin Gilbert supposedly back on track this season and Gipson recovered from his torn medial collateral ligament, the 2015 season promises to be another great one for this crew.
Jason Pierre-Paul Seriously Damaged Hand In Fireworks Accident [UPDATES]
Jason Pierre-Paul seriously injured his hand in a Saturday night fireworks accident, according to media reports. At least two people reported the Giants defensive end acquired an entire truck full of fireworks:
Police: Packers Tight End Tried Hiding From Cops In A Plant
Packers tight end Andrew Quarless was arrested by Miami Beach police early Saturday morning on a misdemeanor charge of firing a firearm in public after cops say he fired two shots into the ground after a mild altercation.