Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
The confetti has dropped, the players have departed and -- this time -- the power is being intentionally turned off at the Superdome. Now it's time to dissect Super Bowl XLVII. What better place to start than with the quarterbacks?
When the pressure was at its greatest, with his team in position to take the lead and perhaps win the game, San Francisco 49ers quarterback...Read more »
NEW ORLEANS — Doug Williams became the first African American quarterback to win the Super Bowl when the Redskins beat the Broncos in Super Bowl XXII.
Twenty five years later, 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick said it would be special to equal Williams’ ground- breaking accomplishment.
“It’s a great opportunity to show it doesn’t matter what your skin color is,” Kaepernick said last...Read more »
Colin Kaepernick’s arms are covered in tattoos, but there is one that he considers his favorite.
“Probably the one on the inside of my arms,” he said when asked to rank his ink. “It says: ‘My gift is my curse.’ I just feel like that’s something that applies to my life in many different ways.”
Kaepernick got the tattoo when he was in college in Neveda, but now that he’s an NFL quarterback...Read more »
The emergence in 2012 of mobile quarterbacks Robert Griffin III in Washington, Russell Wilson in Seattle and Colin Kaepernick in San Francisco, as well as Cam Newton in Carolina in 2011, signals the beginning of the latest trend toward having quarterbacks more involved in the running game.
Or does it?
Former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner suggests the fad may not last.
“You have to...Read more »