The Joe Burrow Foundation: How the Bengals QB continues to give back

Joe Burrow launched The Joe Burrow Foundation in 2022. The foundation focuses on improving the lives of those in Ohio and Louisiana; two places that have made Burrow the person and player he is today. — Read on

Bengals, Joe Burrow Begin Extension Talks

Just like fellow 2019 draft class quarterback Justin Herbert, Bengals signal-caller Joe Burrow is eligible for a massive extension this offseason. To no surprise, the legwork for putting together a second contract is underway for both players. — Read on

Dennis Allen shocked by Foster Moreau’s cancer diagnosis

Parenton went on to give Allen the shocking news: During a routine physical exam, Saints team physician Dr. John Amoss discovered Hodgkin lymphoma in Moreau, a life-threatening illness that is causing Moreau — a New Orleans native — to step away from the game to get treatment. — Read on

How free agent cornerback Patrick Peterson will impact the Steelers’ ascendancy

Hours after losing Sutton, the Steelers agreed to terms with a replacement of sorts in adding Pro Bowler Patrick Peterson on a two-year deal. With a reputation for being an aggressive, elite corner, Peterson fills a physical hole in the lineup, but more than that, he instantly becomes the veteran voice in the room with …

Foster Moreau to join Derek Carr in New Orleans?

We already know Derek Carr will be playing for the New Orleans Saints this upcoming season, as he signed a monster deal with the franchise this offseason. However, could one of his former teammates be joining him in the Bayou as well for the 2023 campaign, — Read on

LSU in NFL: Tigers extend Super Bowl appearance streak to 22 years

With former LSU running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire and the Kansas City Chiefs set to face off against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday in Super Bowl LVII, the Tigers’ record-setting streak of former players appearing in the Super Bowl extends to 22 straight years. — Read on

LSU in NFL: Ja’Marr Chase catches touchdown in Pro Bowl flag football

Ja'Marr Chase joined his former college teammate Justin Jefferson as representatives for LSU in the Pro Bowl flag football game, though they were on opposite conference teams. Chase made the biggest highlight of the two, catching a go-ahead long touchdown pass from Tyler Huntley in the final minutes of the second half. Unfortunately for Chase, …