Larry Fitzgerald is an American football wide receiver for Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League( NFL).He was born on August 31, 1983, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, US. Currently, he is 36 years old.He has 988,715 followers on Facebook, 683k on Instagram, and 2.27 million on Twitter.Read More
Don Shula, longtime Miami Dolphins coach and two-time Super Bowl winner, dies at 90.He led the Miami Dolphins to the sole perfect season in NFL history, set the league record with 347 wins, and led in six Super Bowls.Read More
Ronaldo has now surpassed football legend Pele to climb second in the all-time goalscoring charts. The 35 years Portuguese superstar was in action for Juventus on Saturday and opened the scoring in the first half against Udinese with a super strike past a helpless Juan Musso. Cristiano Ronaldo in the second half returned to score his second as Juventus extended their lead to 3-0 at the Allianz Stadium.Read More
Terry Bradshaw is a former American football player who played as a quarterback. He used to play for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League(NFL). he attended Shreveport (LA) Woodlawn High School. He played football there, too. Later in 1970, he started playing football at Louisiana Tech University. He has a height of 6 ft 3 inches and weighs 99 kg. Also, he has a pair of blue eyes and salt & pepper colored hair.Read More
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