Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman, Chance Warmack has decided to opt out of the 2020 NFL season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, Warmack is not deemed high risk but has decided to sit out because people close to him have contracted COVID-19.
Chance Warmack has returned to the NFL after taking the 2019 season off to get healthy. Warmack has been signed by the Seattle Seahawks to a one-year contract. The Seahawks will be Warmack's third team of his NFL career.
Opinions on Nick Saban are filled with mixed emotions. He has been called lots of things, including the devil, but staying in the spotlight is something that Saban does exceptionally well. Recently his name has stayed in the headlines due to his backing of a potential rule change...
The Alabama Crimson Tide football team has established themselves as the nation’s elite program, winning three national championships in the past four seasons.
However, things didn’t always go as planned.
In 2009, it took a narrow escape on the third Saturday of October and a mountain of a man to defeat the Tennessee Volunteers, in what Lane Kiffin probably still considers a highlight of his caree
With just two days left until the 2013 draft class begins being introduced, now is the time when speculation arises from all corners and public relations people pull out all the stops.
Alabama football is front and center again this year with as many as five players projected as first-round draft picks...