NFL Hot Reads
Everyone has that one word that they tend to use often in conversation. Marshawn Lynch's word: "boss."
The terse Seahawks running back said that word five times Wednesday during Seahawks media availability. Here's each instance of him using "boss" in an answer, per the NFL's quote sheet (spoiler alert: none of them have to do with "The Boss", a.k.a. New Jersey's own Bruce Springsteen):
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Could we see a 75-yard field goal in the NFL some day? Seahawks kicker Steven Hauschka thinks so -- and that it'll be done by his Super Bowl XLVIII counterpart, Matt Prater.
Hauschka was asked during Wednesday's media availability if he thought someone would hit a 70-yarder in the NFL soon (it's been done one before at the high school level, by Jon Semerene of Cypress Hills HS in Weston, Fla....Read more »
Curtis Martin and Pete Carroll only played one season together, but the Seahawks coach did enough to make a lasting impression on his Hall of Fame running back.
Martin played for Carroll in 1997, when Carroll was in his first season as head coach of the New England Patriots. Martin rushed for 1,160 yards and four touchdowns in 13 games as the Patriots went 10-6 and won the AFC East.
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Curtis Martin played in frigid temperatures for 11 seasons -- eight with the Jets, three with the New England Patriots. So it makes sense that the Hall of Fame running back would be in full support of a cold-weather Super Bowl.
Martin voiced his support on Monday for a cold-weather game and went against the train of thought that weather shouldn't have an impact on the outcome of a game as...Read more »
So let’s say you’re in Denver or Seattle reading this on newsday.com and you and your friends are thinking about making a last-minute trip to New York to go to the Super Bowl.
Interested in flying a private jet here?
Magellan Jets estimates that a sample airfare from Denver here will cost $25,000 and $35,000 from Seattle.
Sound crazy? Maybe to you and me.
But surely there...Read more »
If you won't be in front of a TV for Super Bowl XLVIII, fear not -- Fox has you covered.
The network will live-stream the Super Bowl for free on Feb. 2, according to a Variety report. It's the third time that the game will be live-streamed for free in the United States.
The live-stream kicks off at 6:30 and includes the halftime show headlined by Bruno Mars. Fans can watch the stream...Read more »