When the Sun is about 5.6 billion years old (about 1.1 billion years from now), it will be about 10 percent brighter than it is now. This extra solar energy will result in a moist greenhouse effect, until Earth's atmosphere slowly dries out as water vapor is lost into space. This condition will probably signal the end of large surface life on Earth (like us!), but some marine life and simple land life forms may survive.
In the meantime, Seahawk fans, try not to worry about the small stuff.