The Broncos showed some support for the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday night.
In fact, offensive tackle Orlando Franklin was attending his first baseball game ever. Peyton Manning (left) knew this. So did Eric Decker (not pictured) and Von Miller (right). They also knew that the network televising the game had an on-air interview scheduled with Franklin.
You know what that means, a perfect opportunity for a prank. Keep Reading…
We love the NFL here at Laces Out, but even we can’t get everything. Why don’t you sit back, kick your feet up and take a peek at what the World Wide Web has to offer on this day. Links of the day
-NFL Network analyst Jamie Dukes insinuates Manti Te’o may have dabbled with HGH since the NFL Combine. Does he have a point? [NFLN]
-Carson Palmer would rather take a paycut from someone else than play for the Raiders. Surprising, right? [The Big Lead]
-Awesome flashback to ESPN The Magazine cover in 2000. Who was the better QB? That’s a joke. [IMGUR]
-Vikings to unveil new unis at draft day party. [SB Nation]
Video of the day
Wondering just what the hell is going on in this GIF? Since we aren’t regular viewers of ABC’s new series Splash, so were we. This here is Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh performing a dive. Thatta boy.
Birthdays 1989: Lee Ziemba, OL
1985: Alan Ball, DB
1985: Ryan Kalil, C
1983: Anthony Armstrong, WR
1983: Justin Tuck, DE
1955: Earl Campbell, RB On this day
1996: Cleveland Browns choose new name, Baltimore Ravens
The award season in the NFL starts tonight with the announcement of Pro Bowl selections and debates will rage about who got snubbed and should have been a starter. These debates happen every year, but for the first time in history, the most anticipated award in the NFL will be Comeback Player of the Year. Should it be Adrian Peterson who is performing at a legendary level just months after suffering a violent knee injury? Or, should it go to Peyton Manning who is back to an elite level of play after missing an entire season with a neck injury that would end most careers? No one can say yet, but the race may have just gotten more crowded.
The Baltimore Ravens added Ray Lewis to the active roster today anticipating the future Hall of Famer will be ready to play in the playoffs. Keep Reading…
Who has had the better comeback season? Peyton Manning has proved his critics wrong after undergoing four surgeries in 19 months, but Vikings running back Adrian Peterson leads the NFL in rushing yards entering Week 11 following a season-ending ACL injury in 2011. The NFL on FOX crew debates.