Russell Wilson Wants To Be The NFL’s Highest-Paid Player

russell-wilsonAccording to Jason Cole of Bleacher Report, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson wants to be the highest-paid player in the NFL. To do that needs to exceed the five-year, $110 million deal that Aaron Rodgers signed with the Green Bay Packers.”

Cole spoke to Wilson’s agent Mark Rodgers who ”

did not necessarily deny that he has asked” for the biggest deal in the league and “did not dispute it in any way.”

Mark Rodgers told Cole “he wanted to create a contract that created a relevant structure for Wilson going forward.”

Peyton Manning to the Texans?

Doug Gottlieb discusses the rumor that the Denver Broncos are trying to trade Peyton Manning to the Houston Texans.

Top 100 Players of 2015: Tony Romo

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is voted the 34th-best player in the NFL by his peers on the “Top 100 Players of 2015″.

Colts T.Y. Hilton 2014 Season Highlights

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton proved that he is an elite receiver as he racked up over 1,300 yards, seven touchdowns and a trip to the Pro Bowl in 2014. Take a look at his best plays of the season.

Browns CB Joe Haden 2014 Season Highlights

Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden once again proved that he is one of the top defensive players in the NFL during the 2014 season.

Ben Roethlisberger 2014 Season Highlights

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger guided his team to the playoffs for the first time since 2011 by setting career marks and throwing for six touchdown passes in two straight games along the way. Check out his best plays of the year.

Tom Brady’s Appeal: What’s The Big Picture?

“NFL Total Access” dives deep into New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s appeal of his current four-game suspension from “DeflateGate” and what it could mean for his legacy and the NFLPA as a whole.

Colts To Hang AFC Conference Finalist Banner

Teams that lose a championship game by 38 points don’t usually celebrate that feat, but don’t tell that to the Indianapolis Colts, who decided to commemorate their 45-7 AFC title game loss to the New England patriots by hanging an “AFC Finalist” banner at Lucas Oil Stadium this week.


As expected the decision of the Colts to recognize their defeat in Foxboro has been met by derision by football fans acroos the country on social media.

Patriots fans, who watched their team beat Indy 45-7, seemed to find the banner especially amusing.


San Diego Chargers To Retire LaDainian Tomlinson’s Number

Tomlinson-RetiredThe San Diego Chargers have announced that they will retire LaDainian Tomlinson’s number 21 when he is inducted into the San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame at halftime of the Chargers-Chiefs game on November 22.

Tomlinson will become only the fourth player to have his number retired by the organization, joining Lance Alworth (19), Dan Fouts (14) and the late Junior Seau (55) as the only players to receive the team’s highest honor. In addition to his number being raised to the rafters at Qualcomm Stadium, Tomlinson will also become the 38th member enshrined in the Chargers Hall of Fame and have his name forever placed in the team’s Ring of Honor.

Philadelphia Eagles OTAs: Sanchize vs. Bradford and DeMarco’s woes

Mark Sanchez is looking great at Eagles OTAs and DeMarco Murray is getting hurt in painful places. Also, Cary Williams is ripping Chip Kelly. Will Brinson has the latest.