Reliving the birth of Batman & Robin

Terrell OwensSunday marks the red carpet premiere of the Cincinnati Bengals' highly anticipated version of the Batman & Robin Show.  Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco will enter Foxborough's Gillette Stadium as one of the most talented and demonstrative wide receiver pairings in NFL history.

Terrell Owens

AP Will Determine The Fate Of 2010 Vikings Season

Adrian PetersonMinnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre is the NFL's all-time leader in touchdown passes, games won, consecutive games played, interceptions, self-created drama and media fascination. The Silver Fox has been one of the signature faces of the league going on 15 seasons.

Adrian Peterson

Best & worst of times for Reggie Bush

Reggie BushSaints running back Reggie Bush is absolutely loving life in the Big Easy these days.  The defending Super Bowl Champion will be center stage during the Saints much anticipated NFC Championship Game rematch vs.

Reggie Bush

DeMarcus Ware really hooked up some fans

After meeting Jerry Jones and Wade Phillips at Cowboys training camp in Oxnard, I came across All-Pro defensive lineman DeMarcus Ware. Ware was signing autographs for a couple of Cowboy fans outside of the team’s base hotel.  Ware shook hands with the guys and then proceeded to sign multiple photos of himself and also a Cowboys’ helmet. For a top NFL player, Ware was extremely accommodating to these fans, providing them with whatever they wanted him to sign.

Meeting Wade Phillips at Cowboys Camp in Oxnard

Just a few minutes after morning practice concluded, Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips walked right in front of me, as I was hanging out in the parking lot of the Marriott Residence Inn.  I asked Phillips if I could pose for a photo with him. He agreed in a very soft spoken manner.  We took the photo and I wished him good luck for the upcoming season.  Wade responded by saying “thank you” and then he began walking slowly to his next destination. 

Meeting Jerry Jones at Cowboys Camp in Oxnard

I headed up to Oxnard to take in a day at Cowboys’ training camp. Between the morning and afternoon practice sessions, I was hanging out in the parking lot in front of the Marriott Residence Inn. After a few minutes, I noticed Cowboys owner Jerry Jones standing outside of a Lincoln Navigator, speaking to someone within the vehicle.   After the conversation ended, I asked Mr. Jones if I could pose for a photo with him. I figured this would be no problem because of Jones’ generally affable and gregarious nature around fans.'s interview with NFL Star Maurice Jones-Drew

Maurice Jones-Drew and GatoradeAs the Jacksonville Jaguars prepare for the 2010 season, without question the face of the franchise is that of All-Pro running back Maurice Jones-Drew.  Amid the intense heat and humidity of the North Florida summer, no player's star shines brighter among the assembled group of talent toiling their way through training camp on th

Maurice Jones-Drew

A Brett Favre sighting in Downtown LA

I was sitting in the lobby of the JW Marriott/Ritz-Carlton at LA Live in Downtown Los Angeles.  The hotel is located immediately adjacent to the Nokia Theater, where the ESPY Awards were taking place later that night. Within a few minute span, both Brett Favre and Cowboys coach Wade Phillips walked about 15 feet in front of me. They were not together I should point out. 

The only bit of Favre news I can pass along is that he appeared to be walking without any type of limp. He was definitely moving a whole lot better than after the loss in the NFC Title Game.  

Pierre Thomas is the Saints best back & a true fan favorite

New Orleans Saints' running back Pierre Thomas was one of the most important contributors to his team's Super Bowl championship season. Even though fellow RB Reggie Bush receives much of the attention, Thomas's worth absolutely supersedes that of the former Heisman Trophy winner.

Pierre Thomas

Jerry Jones is not afraid to mix it up with fans

Dallas Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones is among the most recognizable team owners in all of professional sports.  Jones has joined the ranks of New York Yankees' owner George Steinbrenner and Oakland Raiders owner' Al Davis on this illustrious list.

Jerry Jones

Tony Romo hanging with fans in North & South Texas

Since first emerging onto the national sports scene in 2006, Dallas Cowboys' quarterback Tony Romo has grown into one of the most talked about athletes in the land.

Epic regular season performances, disappointing postseasons and continuous appearances in the tabloids have become the constant for the former undrafted QB from Eastern Illinois.

Tony Romo

Tim Tebow's dedication to fans moving from the Swamp to the Rockies

Tim Tebow can easily be considered one of the most accomplished college football players in history.  The University of Florida legend's resume boasts of two national championships and a Heisman Trophy.    

Tim Tebow

Adrian Peterson exhibiting Purple Pride on and off the field

Minnesota Vikings' running back Adrian Peterson is as talented as any football player on the planet. His combination of size, speed and toughness has put him on pace to be one of the greatest of all-time.

The seventh pick in the 2007 NFL Draft has rushed for nearly 4,500 yards and 40 TD's, during his first three NFL seasons.  Last season, Peterson's rushing totals declined with the arrival of Brett Favre, but he set a career high in pass receptions, with 43.

Adrian Peterson

Vikings wine and dine Tomlinson at Minneapolis's finest restaurant

Wednesday night, future Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson arrived in Minneapolis to meet with Minnesota Vikings officials.  After spending his first nine seasons with the San Diego Chargers, the free agent has hit the open market for the first time in his career.

LT was released in February following the least productive season of his career. The NFL's eighth all-time leading rusher has certainly lost a step, but that does not mean that other teams are not interested in Tomlinson as a backup.

LaDainian Tomlinson

Sean Payton steals Jerry Jones' wine at legendary Indy steak spot

Monday, Peter King of wrote a fantastic tidbit regarding a battle between New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.  Remarkably, this contest took place over a bottle of fine wine, not a crucial fourth down play or a trip to the Super Bowl.

Sean Payton