Sunday, October 24 2021

ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

Aaron Rodgers reiterates his offseason thoughts about leaving or retiring

As the 2021 season begins, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers continues to be candid about the things that happened in the offseason. Specifically, his thoughts about retiring. He called it “contemplation” in an interview with Erin Andrews of Fox Sports. And Rodgers admitted that he indeed considered starting again elsewhere, or calling it quits. “I did,” [more]

Source: Yahoo Sports

Previous

CG: STL@NYM - 09/13/21

Next

Yordan Alvarez, Jose Siri each hit two homers as Astros rout Rangers, 15-1

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Check Also

Pro Sports Media

Trending Now

NBA may make reviewing out-of-bounds in last 2 minutes a coach’s challenge only

Even for those of us who are die-hard basketball junkies, the final two minutes of a close NBA game can drag. With the advent of video review, every close play — especially out-of-bounds calls, those plays are automatic review triggers — has referees scurrying to the video replay table. Throw in an assortment of fouls […]

Read More

Braves try to avoid repeat against hard-to-eliminate Dodgers

For a fifth time in two seasons, the Atlanta Braves will take the field knowing that one victory will launch them into their first World Series in over two decades, although on Saturday they finally will have a distinct advantage. The Braves will take on the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday in Game 6 of […]

Read More

Red Sox vs. Astros Game 2 Recap

Hoops Hype Warriors waive Avery Bradley, others The Golden State Warriors have waived forward/center Jordan Bell, along with guards Avery Bradley, Mychal Mulder and Gary Payton II, the team announced today. Source: NBA.com What’s the buzz on Twitter? Emiliano Carchia @ Sportando Warriors sign … Source: Yahoo Sports

Read More