Boomer Esiason and Inside the NFL continue with its new group of analysts to cover the first week of NFL action. Catch the second episode of Inside the NFL tonight, Tuesday, September 9 at 9PM ET/PT.
Ed Reed tags up with current Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall, Boomer Esiason, Phil Simms and host Greg Gumbel to analyze the first week of NFL action during INSIDE THE NFL in its new Tuesday night slot, 9PM on SHOWTIME.
The view from the cockpit as a seasoned pilot and a passenger experience soaring, also called gliding, at Sundance Aviation in Moriarty, N.M.
Projectors enable the skier Sage Cattabriga-Alosa to use snow as his own canvas.
With the fantasy football playoffs in full swing this week, owners of Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will be relying on him to carry them to a championship.
Athletes are using their celebrity as a soapbox once considered taboo. Michael Eaves reports
Whistler based skier Nick McNutt burst onto the scene this year because of his progressive skiing, including his prowess at landing switch, or backwards.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was inconsistent earlier this season, but he has averaged 21 fantasy points per game over the last four weeks.
The Bears have only one victory in their last four games, but win or lose, quarterback Jay Cutler is going to throw the football, which is good news for receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffrey.
Angel Collinson went to Alaska this March to test herself against some of the world s largest mountains. What she accomplished pushed the boundaries of what women can do on a pair of skis.
Teton Gravity Research traveled to the Grand Teton National Park to ski Mount Moran s three classic lines: the Sickle, East Horn and Skillet.
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