The 2013 NFL season finally kicked off after a seemingly endless preseason period. We waded through uncharted legal waters, the next round of PED chatter and myriad injuries and personnel changes. Finally, after an extended lightning delay, we saw a countdown to kickoff that ended with a smiling Ray Lewis. The game played even for [...]

Harmon returns to the microphone with a bevy of quick-hits across the sporting and entertainment worlds. There were three big injuries in the NFL out of the gate, with Jeremy Maclin, Dennis Pitta and Dan Koppen being lost for the season. The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown celebrated this year’s induction ceremony, but crowds [...]

Nobody banged the drum harder and louder for rising star Dennis Pitta of the Ravens. He was a leading red zone target for Joe Flacco last year (the other, Anquan Boldin, is off to San Francisco) and caught 75 passes between the regular season and Baltimore’s charge to the Super Bowl (14 receptions, including three [...]

Yes, I quoted Samuel L. Jackson from “Pulp Fiction.” The Seahawks pulled off a big move on Monday morning by acquiring receiver/returned Percy Harvin from the Vikings. In return, the Vikings received two draft choices in 2013 (including a first-round selection) and one pick in 2014. Harvin had long been rumored to be on the [...]

I understand that two huge events, “March Madness” and Major League Baseball’s opening day, are just around the corner. As a Chicago native, my attention drifts toward the ice and the incredible season-opening streak put forth by the Blackhawks. That’s a long post to come following Tuesday night’s game against the Wild. I digress. Let’s [...]

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One of the events that kick off Super Bowl week in New Orleans was the Moves Magazine party hosted by Jay Glazer to benefit The Wounded Warriors Project. Event Producer Stephanie Jones made The Metropolitan the top spot in the city as football stars streamed into the event. The dance floor was mobbed and a [...]

As we begin a new week of writing and ranting in the Dome, we have to stop an exhale. Following a terrible, miserable and, at times, unwatchable Wild Card round, fans, fantasy owners and football-watchers were treated to four fantastic games. A number of water cooler topics spawned out of the games. Here are some [...]

“I think a couple times he needed to get rid of the ball. It just didn’t look like he had a hold on the offense.” To those who tuned out the media following the weekend’s Divisional Playoffs, you’d probably assume that this was more of the fallout from the Jets’ locker room. Instead, future Hall [...]

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Joe Flacco became the latest NFL player to chime on the phenomenon of Tim Tebow. It’s a story that has shifted beyond the walls of the sporting world and has created a larger dialogue (have some questioned their faith?). I understand there is frustration associated with the 24-hour “All Tebow, All The Time” coverage. I [...]

For the past 7-10 days, there had trades rumors connecting Lee Evans to a number of teams. The sudden depth in the Buffalo receiving corps made Evans expendable. And frankly, it’s a fantastic thing for Evans and now for the Ravens, who dealt for the deep threat on Friday morning in exchange for a fourth-round [...]

This is a game that will be won through the air. Will Roddy White be healthy enough to make it through the game? Can Tony Gonzalez or Michael Jenkins offer support to Matt Ryan, thereby opening up some space for Michael Turner on the ground? Will Ray Rice ever score again? How much will we [...]

The early games of Week 2 are coming to an end. Who was the biggest flop? Who was the biggest disappointment of the early Week 2 games?survey software

Los Angeles The 2009 season offered more twists and turns than any psychological thriller concocted in Hollywood. Fantasy owners and fans navigated through a myriad of injuries and varied circumstances, including, but not limited to, coaching changes, suspensions, trades, releases and frequent trips on the quarterback carousel. Along the way, a number of surprising stat [...]