A coin flip will decide the Eagles-Colts draft order.
Hue Jackson needs a quarterback — Browns head coaches always need a quarterback.
Like probably most of you, I read Josh Harris’ “I Kissed Dating Goodbye” as a rite of passage when I entered my teenage years.
Harris, a single young adult at the time his book was published, became a bestseller because what he pointed out–that the modern dating scene had become “a training ground for divorce”–was unarguably true.
As he is wont to do, Kansas football head coach David Beaty used a portion of his interview time this week to highlight the names of players who grabbed his attention with their play over the course of the past several practices.
By Benton Smith "We want to bring more respect to this program.
We’ve all been there: Meeting someone new and seconds later forgetting his or her name.
According to an expert, it’s not necessarily your brain that determines how well we remember names, but rather our level of interest. You are introduced to someone, only to forget his or her name within seconds.
"Almost everybody has a very good memory for something," Harris said.
The former TV star has been appearing by videolink at London's Southwark Crown Court, where he is standing trial accused of indecent assault.
Judge Deborah Taylor told the jury that the 87-year-old would be released from Stafford Prison tomorrow and he would therefore appear in court in person on bail for the remainder of the trial.
NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock prefers him inside, but if Denver GM John Elway green-lights this monster’s off-the-field baggage, he might need him to start at right tackle if free agent LT Andrew Whitworth is signed to replace Russell Okung.
Rolf Harris is to be released from prison tomorrow, it has been revealed.
Giving evidence in court on the trial's fourth day, one alleged victim denied she had 'fabricated' evidence against Harris.