Leaving their sport behind can be difficult for athletes once they decide to retire. They spent their entire lives on the field, giving it their all. Sometimes, it's all they know. That can make retirement difficult on athletes, both physically and mentally. They can feel lost and worthless. However, former NFL QB, and Boise native, Jake Plummer has found a new labor of love as a mushroom farmer in Colorado.
Rumors are swirling that the NBA could be looking to expand, and the whispers in the wind are saying professional basketball could be coming to Las Vegas, and back to Seattle. The Association isn't the only league with expansion plans, however. The National Football League has also reportedly been exploring their expansion options. Some of those possibilities could turn the league international.
Love can be a sick twisted game. He does this, she does that. It's a never ending battle of one-upmanship, and just when you think you've won, you realize you've been losing the whole time.
That's what's happening for former Brigham Young University quarterback, Zach Wilson. Wilson, who now starts for the New York Jets after being drafted 2nd over all in the 2021 NFL Draft.