You could be forgiven if you thought the Super Bowl was the only thing going on in and around the NFL this week. Well, you are wrong, and Lauren Draper-Wood shows us in the form of tweets.
— William Hill Betting (@WillHillBet) January 28, 2014
The Super Bowl can bring out the gambler in the best of us; boxer Floyd Mayweather raided his piggy bank to bet over $10m on a Broncos win. No pressure Peyton, but you won’t want to upset him!
Media Day was a blast! pic.twitter.com/5nNwtOQQmv
— Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) January 28, 2014
All eyes were on Richard Sherman at media day.
Wes welker is one of the best to do it. But I wanna be cole not the next Wes welker. Nobody has more respect for that guy than me though.
— Cole Beasley (@Bease11) January 28, 2014
Dallas WR Cole Beasley is fed up with the comparisons to Wes Welker; at least he’s not on the wrong side of Bill Belichick…yet.
Panthers head coach Ron Rivera signs 3-year contract extension with team. Rivera led Carolina to 12-4 record in 3rd season.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 28, 2014
From the cusp of being fired, to a contract reneweal. Ron Rivera will continue to lead the Panthers revival.
Official | Dennis Hickey has been named General Manager.
— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) January 26, 2014
The Dolphins announce Hickey as GM; he’ll be tasked with the difficult task of finding harmony amongst the roster troubled by bullying accusations all season.
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) January 28, 2014
Houston Texans fans are desperate to see their side draft Jonny Football come May; can they resist Clowney or perhaps the “safer” option of Bridgewater?
Jim Schwartz: "We'll be fast, we'll be physical. We want to attack" pic.twitter.com/RFEjQEZIun
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) January 27, 2014
Ex Lions man Jim Schwartz was this week named DC of the Buffalo Bills; adds some fantastic experience to an already solid D.
NFL cheerleader files suit against her team over her pay. Raiderettes are paid only $1,250 per season- http://t.co/8uyX92VsWi
— Gregory Wallace (@gregorywallace) January 23, 2014
The Oakland Raiders have been handed a lawsuit by their own Cheerleaders. The Raiderettes claim they receive unfair pay and unreasonable etiquette guidelines.