Best Athlete Blogs

Athletes blogs have become popular in the past few years.
Ball Playin' Bloggers

Ever want to know what life is like as a professional athlete? Read these athletes' blogs and find out!

Athlete Blogs - Gilbert Arenas

Gilbert Arenas may be the quirkiest athlete this world has ever seen! His funny and wacky blog gives readers a glimpse of what goes on in Agent Zero's head. The Washington Wizards' guard talks candidly about his dad, his kids and his teammates. The best part is when he tells stories about pranks he plays on fellow teammates. Gilbert has a great personality and is very open with his opinions. His blog is a must-read for any sports fan looking for a laugh!
  • Gilbert Arenas' blog.
  • Athlete Blogs - Ben Roethlisberger

    Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's blog is very interesting. It's obvious Ben puts a lot of time into it and that he's very appreciative of his fans. Ben is a personable and friendly guy who really sounds like he's just one of your pals. He writes about DVDs he's watched, where he goes out to eat, and all kinds of other personal stuff. He even gives fans a chance to send in pictures as well post comments. Another cool aspect of the site is Ben's own personal pictures.
  • Ben Roethlisberger's blog.
  • Athlete Blogs - Nate Robinson

    Last season, New York Knicks guard Nate Robinson wrote a blog about his rookie season, which became one of the most popular athlete blogs around. He provided a candid look into life as an NBA rookie who is playing in the one of the most famous cities in the world - New York City. The blog also had some funny question and answer sessions with fans. Nate's blog was so popular that he was invited to the White House Correspondents Dinner with the President of the United States!
  • Nate Robinson's blog.
  • Athlete Blogs - Curt Schilling

    Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has been in the majors for nearly 20 years and his wisdom shows not only on the field, but also in his writing. Curt talks at great length about everything from baseball to life to charities he's supporting. Curt puts a lot of time into this, especially in the question and answer sessions he does periodically. A lot of athletes will answer fans with the quickest possible answer, but not Curt! He answers each question as thoroughly and thoughtfully as possible. He also tries to raise awareness on his site for various diseases and causes.
  • Curt Schilling's blog.
  • Athlete Blogs - David Wright

    David Wright of the New York Mets has a revealing blog in which he writes about the joys of being a major league ball player and the success he has enjoyed so far. David wrote at length about the nervous and excited feelings he had playing in the playoffs last year. The pictures that go along with each post make David's blog one of the most visually appealing of all the athlete blogs out there. David does a great job letting his fans into his life as a major league baseball player.
  • David Wright's blog.
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