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  1. Adrian Peterson on a Wheaties box

    Kevin Seifert

    Back in my day, appearing on a Wheaties box was one of the most significant (marketing) accomplishments for an amateur or professional athlete. Call me nostalgic, but I still think it's pretty cool, and so I wanted to bring you a look at something yo...

    Blog | August 12, 2013
  2. YouTube star Sam Gordon tours MetLife

    Jane McManus

    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Plenty of celebrities pass through the gates of MetLife Stadium on game day, but few have their own Wheaties box. On Sunday, 9-year-old Samantha Gordon, the YouTube running back from Utah, got a VIP tour of the facilities ...

    Blog | December 09, 2012
  3. Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews of Green Bay Packers to be featured ...

    General Mills plans to feature Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and linebacker Clay Matthews on special-edition Wheaties boxes.

    Story | Conversation | September 07, 2011
  4. Jets 'Folk Hero' appears on Jimmy Fallon

    Mike Mazzeo

    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Most athletes prefer Wheaties, "The Breakfast of Champions." New York Jets kicker Nick Folk, however, would rather start his day off with something a little more apropos. Fresh off his game-winning 32-yard field goal with ...

    Blog | January 11, 2011
  5. Daily Quickie: Wheaties winner

    Dan Shanoff on the end of the Winter Olympics, the NFL Draft Combine, UConn, Jay Cutler, Roger Clemens, Booing LeBron and more.

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  6. Daily Quickie

    The fight for the Wheaties box begins.

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  7. Record-breaking Smith has own Wheaties box

    NFL career rushing leader Emmitt Smith now has his own Wheaties box.

    Story | Conversation | October 29, 2002
  8. What's hot, not for the week

    Dan Shanoff

    LEGOs, cheerleaders and Sharpies are just a few of Dan Shanoff's favorite things in this week's compilation of What's Hot and What's Not in sports.

    Story | Conversation | October 16, 2002