Gresh & Zo’s Summer School continues with a look at the Cincinnati Bengals, the Patriots’ opponent in Week 5 of the regular season.
Ask any football player in the world, and he’ll likely tell you he’d prefer playing in the Super Bowl rather than watching from home, even if that means losing the big game.
Steelers players James Harrison and Ryan Clark celebrated the Giants’ win by taunting the Patriots via Twitter.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison made some outrageous comments about Roger Goodell, the Patriots and teammates in a magazine interview. Gresh and Flynn discuss the comments made by the Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker.
Steelers linebacker James Harrison still has not gotten over the Patriots beating the Steelers in the 2004 AFC Championship, and although he respect Harrison’s on-field play, Nick Cattles says it is time to stop crying about the past.
Steelers Linebacker James Harrison is known for his hard hits and brash remarks, and is once again taking aim at the NFL and the New England Patriots.
The NFL is selling photos of the Harrison / Massaquoi hit that just landed James Harrison a $75K fine.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Todd Heap took a vicious hit from New England Patriots safety Brandon Meriweather that Heap called “one of those hits that shouldn’t happen.”