San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver apologized Thursday for his anti-gay slur saying his comments were “ugly” and “he is not that kind of guy.”
“I am sorry I offended anyone. It was ugly comments. It is nothing I feel in my heart. I hope I can learn and grow from this experience. I love San Francisco,” he said.
The 24-year-old Culliver made the remarks about gays to American comedian turned radio show host Artie Lange during Tuesday’s Media Day.
Lange asked Culliver if any me
New Orleans Saints fans unlikely to forgive Roger Goodell
Sean Payton wants Saints fans and the city of New Orleans to provide a “gracious” environment when NFL commissioner Roger Goodell comes to visit next week.
And I want to visit Bourbon Street and swill Hurricanes at Pat O’Brien’s all night while waking up hangover-free.
Neither of these things is going to happen.
Just like chugging water and taking aspirin before bed after a bender, the NFL has tried to minimize the headach
The father of slain South African model Reeva Steenkamp said Oscar Pistorius will have to live with his conscience if he is lying about how he shot his lover.
Olympic athlete Pistorius, who runs on prosthetic blades, claimed during a bail hearing last week that he gunned down Steenkamp on Valentine’s Day after mistaking her for an intruder.
“There are only two people who really know what happened, and that’s Oscar Pistorius and the Lord,” the victim’s dad, Barry Steenkamp, told South Afri
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is never one to mince words and when he talks, people listen – such was the case this past week when he stated on his ESPN Radio show that it’s time former quarterback Brett Favre, the Packers organization and their fans should forgive and move on.
Last week, Rodgers and Favre appeared together on stage at the NFL Honors program to announce the comeback player of the year award and it was Rodgers who was involved in helping make it happen.
DENVER — The Colorado Rockies and star first baseman Todd Helton are facing the harsh reality on the eve of his farewell season that the longtime face of the franchise now has a police mug shot.
The five-time All-Star was arrested about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Denver suburb of Thornton and charged with drunken driving and careless driving.
In a statement released by the Rockies, Helton said he's embarrassed and apologized to his family, the team and the community.