Julian Edelman Announces Retirement

Photo from the Boston Globe. By Terrance Turner April 12, 2021 After 12 tumultuous seasons, Julian Edelman is calling it a career. The Patriots wide receiver, 34, announced his retirement today, after the New England Patriots released him due to a failed physical. In a video posted on social media, Edelman made it official. Dressed … Continue reading Julian Edelman Announces Retirement

Chiefs Defeat Bills in Raucous AFC Championship Game

By Terrance Turner Jan. 24, 2021 The AFC Championship Game today featured the red-hot Buffalo Bills versus the league's best team: the Kansas City Chiefs. It's the third straight championship game that the Chiefs have reached. If they are successful, quarterback Patrick Mahomes will become the first quarterback to reach two Super Bowls before age … Continue reading Chiefs Defeat Bills in Raucous AFC Championship Game

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Headed to Super Bowl After Historic Win

By Terrance Turner Jan. 24, 2021 It was a game for the ages. The Green Bay Packers were playing their second straight NFC Championship Game. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were battling to become the first team ever to play a Super Bowl in their home stadium. The match was played at Green Bay's Lambeau Field. … Continue reading Tampa Bay Buccaneers Headed to Super Bowl After Historic Win

PATRICK MAHOMES IS ENGAGED

By Terrance Turner Tonight, Patrick Mahomes was presented with the Super Bowl ring that he earned in such memorable fashion on Feb. 2nd: https://twitter.com/Chiefs/status/1300946253359058944 According to ESPN, the Super Bowl ring contains 234 diamonds and the player's name in gold, along with his jersey number in diamonds. But tonight, Mahomes presented longtime girlfriend Brittany Lynne … Continue reading PATRICK MAHOMES IS ENGAGED

Chiefs Victory Parade Has High Spirits And Wild Car Chase [UPDATED]

By Terrance Turner Thousands braved freezing temperatures and large crowds to celebrate the Kansas City victory. (AP Photo/ Charlie Reidel) Today, the Kansas City Chiefs celebrated their Super Bowl victory with a parade in Kansas City, Missouri. The parade began at 11:30 am, according to the Kansas City's official Twitter account. Thousands of fans, many … Continue reading Chiefs Victory Parade Has High Spirits And Wild Car Chase [UPDATED]