The Brett Favre scandal isn't the only off-field storyline heading into tonight's edition of Monday Night Football. The game will hardly be a symbol of the commissioner's bid to clean up the NFL.
Brett Favre and new Viking teammate Randy Moss are trying to get their timing down before Monday night's showdown with the Jets. In addition, the married quarterback allegedly engaged in some inappropriate behavior with a female reporter back in 2008 and may have problems with his elbow.
One of a pair of recently born twin pandas is held by a veterinarian during its presentation to the media at Madrid Zoo & Aquarium on Thursday. The twin pandas were born on Sept. 7, conceived through artificial insemination in a joint effort by Spain's National Research council and scientists from China. The cubs are the first of their species to be born in Spain since 1982 and only the third litter to be born in Europe, according to Chinese veterinarian Yuan Bo, who traveled from Beijing to assist the birth and first months of the newborns.
Wide receiver Randy Moss, back in a Minnesota Vikings uniform, catches a pass during NFL football practice on Oct. 7 in Eden Prairie, Minn. Moss was traded on Oct. 6 by the New England Patriots to the Vikings.
The Randy Moss trade to the Minnesota Vikings will surely help their offense. But its greater impact might be on the attitude of Brett Favre, who has looked forlorn this season.
Brandon Tate is no Randy Moss. But, with reports of locker room problems, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick may have had no choice but to send Moss away.
Randy Moss has been traded by the Patriots to the Vikings for a draft pick next year. Moss began his NFL career with Minnesota back in 1998. Why does this make sense for the Patriots?
This lively tale of 10th-century Viking exploits can best be described as a Scandinavian swashbuckler.
Brett Favre arrived in Minnesota Tuesday, accompanied by three teammates, to talk about his playing future with the NFL Vikings. Brett Favre had one of his best seasons statistically last year for Minnesota.
Shaquille O'Neal, the newest member of the Boston Celtics, has announced that he's looking for a new nickname. If you think he's just 'Shaq,' you haven't been paying attention.