It’s safe to say that the vast majority of NFL players don’t really care too much about their hair during the season. They are too busy trying to put up strong individual numbers in fantasy football. However, for personal and/or endorsement reasons, some players have grabbed headlines for their locks.
Here is a look at the best haircuts in the NFL right now.
Clay Matthews Now that Troy Polamalu is retired, Matthews might take over the title of having the best long hair in the NFL right now. It also helps quite a bit that he is one of the best players at his position in the league, just like Polamalu was. Most guys with long hair don’t come off as intimidating, but he is one of the most feared men on defense in the game.
Tyrann Mathieu There are plenty of nicknames in the NFL, but Mathieu goes the extra mile to live up to his. Known as the Honey Badger, Mathieu bleaches the top of his hair blonde to play into the name. It might seem like a simple touch, but it goes a long way.
Tom Brady Love him or hate him, Brady always seems to find a way to be talked about extensively. His hair has always been something people have focused on. He has worn it in numerous styles through the years, and who could forget the balding and subsequent transplant surgery rumors? He’ll be 38 this year, but as the face of a franchise and a husband to a model, Brady has to worry about his looks as well as his fantasy football numbers.
Posted onAugust 8, 2014|Comments Off on America’s 10 Most Miserable Sports Cities
How does a team make their fans feel miserable? Losing a lot is one way. But so is the tease, building up their hopes before letting them down. Teams from these 10 cities have toyed with their fans the most over the years. Misery points are awarded for postseason records – the later you lose the more points you get – supplemented by other factors like fewest championships per season and the length of a city’s current championship drought. Candidates are limited to those cities with at least 75 cumulative MLB, NFL, NBA, and NHL seasons.
Posted onApril 3, 2013|Comments Off on CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Rutgers Coach Physically Abuses Players During Practice
AP Photo via ABC news of coach Rice
Rutgers University fired men’s basketball coach Mike Rice this morning after ESPN aired a web gem of him shoving and kicking players while berating them with gay slurs. See the video evidence below. Full Story
When Andy Murray became the first Brit to win a Grand Slam in 76 years with Sunday’s victory at the US Open, the level of awesomeness was so great that Connery had to acknowledge it with a solemn fist pump.
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