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Category Archives: NFL
Having been around the sport of football for all my life both as a competitor and spectator, I’ve had the opportunity to observe many players at all ages. From these observations, I long ago recognized that football is the ultimate … Continue reading
by Brett Halpern, Esq. Ok, I know I know, of the practically millions of clips on YouTube and I had to choose a New York Giants clip. However, recognizing that many of the devoted followers of this blog do not … Continue reading
by Brett Halpern, Esq. As fans, one of the most enjoyable and interesting aspects of following a various sport is to ponder what would happen if a particular event or transaction occurred. With limitless possibilities and open-ended questions, it is … Continue reading
by Brett Halpern, Esq. Yesterday the New Orleans Saints released their starting tight end Jeremy Shockey. Shockey, a former All-American and national champion at the University of Miami, was acquired by the Saints via a trade with the New York … Continue reading
by Brett Halpern, Esq. I was catching up on some late night Sportscenter when the message scrolled along the bottom that Dave Duerson, the former four-time pro bowler and two-time Super Bowl champion winner with the Chicago Bears and New … Continue reading
by Brett Halpern, Esq. To commemorate and capitalize on the Giants’ inaugural season in their brand new stadium, the franchise created a “Ring of Honor” that hangs at each game in the upper deck endzones. Currently there are thirty men … Continue reading
by Brett Halpern, Esq. Tonight the attention of practically all of America will be directed towards Cowboys Stadium as the NFL’s 45th Super Bowl will be contested between two of its most historic franchises: the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green … Continue reading