Archive for 2011
New Orleans Saints fans celebrated on Monday night as Saints quarterback Drew Brees went on to break a 27-year single-season passing record held by Dolphin legend, Dan Marino.
Golf analyst, David Feherty, retired from the European and PGA tours in 1997 and joined CBS Sports and Golf Channel as a writer, reporter and analyst.
Retired NFL quarterback Dan Marino’s passing record of 5,084 yards, set in 1984, has yet to be surpassed, however, this year there are four quarterbacks ready to break the record.
Boxing great, Mike Tyson, is a new man with a whole new fanbase. Tyson, an avid bird enthusiast, has gained new found popularity and success after appearing in The Hangover.
Due to his recent popularity, PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency has received numerous inquires on how to book Mike Tyson for personal appearances, autograph signings, trade shows, grand openings, television or radio commercials and corporate events. To contact Mike Tyson agent, call 1.800.966.1380.
As expected, Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III better known as RG3 won the 77th annual Heisman trophy Saturday night receiving 280 more votes than Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck. This is the first time ever a Baylor player has won the Heisman trophy.
Lakers legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson is reportedly part of a group looking to buy the LA Dodgers, according to the Los Angeles Times. Johnson would reportedly join with former Washington Nationals and Atlanta Braves executive Stan Kasten and financier Mark Walter, CEO of Guggenheim Partners.
The NBA season is scheduled to start on Christmas day of 2011 if a tentative agreement between NBA players and owners that was reached early Saturday morning, Nov 26, is ratified which would end the lockout.
ROTTERDAM – Police were called to a home early Monday morning where Greg Halman, 24, MLB outfielder for the Seattle Mariners, was found stabbed to death in the city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. The media reports that his younger brother, 22, has been arrested and is being questioned.
News that the NBA canceled games through Dec 15 was received by teams on Tuesday, Nov 15, hours before the locked-out players filed 2 antitrust lawsuits against the league in two states.