NFL Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall will begin training camp on a new team this season, but his fight for mental health awareness has not changed.
Today, Crazy gets its own day during Super Bowl Week. Media day has become a spectacle almost as big as the game itself. Here at the Good Men Project we don’t just look at the quotes or the personalities that highlight the event. We look at the evolution. Here are the Top 5 Moments from Media Day that have created the spectacle we have today.
The Jets’ soon-to-be former fearless leader never learned from his father’s mistakes. Dave Chmiel questions why anyone should trust him with another franchise.
In Part 2 of this interview, former 49’ers defensive tackle, George Visger, says he lost everything due to NFL-induced head trauma and offers common sense rule changes to protect NFL players going forward.
Former 49’ers defensive tackle, George Visger, talks about his hundreds of concussions, 9 emergency brain surgeries and “NFL bullsh*t”
Jay Cutler playing well in a contract year, Colin Kaepernick struggling behind a struggling O-line, and Eli Manning doing his best Mark Sanchez impersonation. Week 3 of Ryan Bradley’s NFL diary.
Can Eli turn it around? Why did Jason Garrett settle for the field goal? Are the Seahawks really that good? Ryan Bradley runs down Week 2 in the NFL.
Every week this season Ryan Bradley will be reviewing the NFL weekend that was.
Ryan Bradley previews the upcoming NFL season, beginning with the AFC East and North.
When it comes to athletes, Aaron Gordon writes, “great” rarely means “good.”
Buffalo Bills’ fans’ expectations and hopes are continuously and perpetually disappointed. But that doesn’t mean they stop hoping.
Two sports fans talk about the meaning of ’Melo, Fernando Torres, and “The Decision.”
Last night, as I watched Rashard Mendenhall hump his quarterback, every potentially crucial play of the game and of the season ran through my mind.
R.I.P. Jack LaLanne, Jay Cutler called a Coward, and how Chinese students see the U.S.: the 10 at 10.
Last week one commenter described Good Men Picks as “what it would look like if ‘People’ had a sports section.” So we’re picking based on the celebrity lookalike for each team’s quarterback.