Saturday night’s game didn’t quite live up to the fanfare and jubilation that surrounded Friday’s dramatic walk-off victory, but the Padres hope to rekindle that success from earlier in the week during Sunday evening’s finale against the Bucs. 430 more words
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Joe Namath Speaks OUT About Brain Injury and Football
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Joe Namath, former star quarterback for the New York Jets and football legend, said that, now knowing the sport’s likely danger to the brain, he wouldn’t have played football. 183 more words
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BATON ROUGE – It’s not a Super Bowl, but so much is on the line.
A.J. Andrews is not Joe Namath, but she had a point to make this week as the No. 458 more words
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) — The Alabama football legend, Joe Namath, was in Tuscaloosa Monday. He is best known for playing quarterback for the Crimson Tide in the early 1960’s. 222 more words
So, first the ATTENTION GRABBING SEO-FRIENDLY LEDE: Joe Namath, NFL superstar and KSK patron saint, recently sat down with an ABC affiliate to talk about his post-NFL career. 171 more words
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — With every passing week, it seems, we’re hearing from another football player who says he wouldn’t have played — or wouldn’t let his kids play — had he known about the dangers of concussions. 228 more words