Can Scottish Super Bowl winner make it back to NFL?

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Scotland hasn’t produced any football or rugby World Cup winners despite the two being the most popular sports in the country.

 

It has however produced a Super Bowl winner (a two-time winner at that) – the greatest prize in all of America and one of the sporting world’s truly great showcases.

 

Only three years after his latest success however, Lawrence Tynes from Greenock is without a team. Continue reading

Green jacket not unthinkable for Gallacher at The Masters

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THE Masters tees off on Thursday at Augusta National in what is sure to be one of the most open and widely competitive tournaments for years. Continue reading

Which Scot will lead men’s swim team at Glasgow 2014?

ROSS Murdoch beat out compatriot Michael Jamieson at the Scottish Gas National Open Swimming Championships for the 100 metre breaststroke title last weekend.

Despite being the less-decorated of the two Murdoch’s rise to prominence has added real competition to Olympic silver medallist Jamieson. Continue reading

Is it football? Is it golf? No, it’s…both

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FOOTGOLF is to make its way to Scotland very soon (April 11 and 12 to be exact) at the Scottish Footgolf Open.

Need a bit more on that? Yeah, thought so. Continue reading

D-Jax to the Redskins: What does it mean?

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IN arguably the biggest move of the NFL offseason, former Philadelphia Eagle DeSean Jackson signed with division rivals the Washington Redskins; coming after I wrote about his potential landing spots earlier in the week – https://ryanroweblog.wordpress.com/2014/03/31/five-potential-landing-spots-for-desean-jackson/.

The question now is: What does it mean – for Jackson himself and the Redskins; the Eagles and the NFC East as a whole? Continue reading