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Russell Wilson signs four-year, $87.6 million deal with Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks fans can finally exhale. The Russell Wilson contract situation has been taken care of, as the two-time Pro Bowler agreed to a new four-year deal with the team on Friday morning. News of Wilson’s four-year, $87.6 million contract was first reported by Sports Illustrated’s Peter King and later confirmed by Wilson on Twitter….Read More

Sheldon Richardson clocked doing 143 mph, ran from cops, had kid in car

Sheldon Richardson is making a solid run at becoming one of the dumber athletes around. The New York Jets DE was charged Thursday with resisting arrest and multiple traffic violations related to an incident on July 14 in his home state of Missouri, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. According to a police report, Richardson was…Read More

Spurs Jesus catches burglar, holds him down until police arrive

Arguably the most unique San Antonio Spurs fan on the planet is responsible for getting a burglar off the streets following an incident at his home earlier this week. A Southtown man who goes only by “Spurs Jesus” says he chased down a man who tried to burglarize his home on Monday night and held…Read More

Tom Brady lawsuit transferred from Minnesota to Manhattan

The NFL has already won an early battle in its impending legal war against Tom Brady. On Wednesday, the NFL Players Association filed a lawsuit against the league in Minnesota — a place where players have had success in court against the NFL in the past. However, a judge ruled on Thursday morning that the…Read More

Marcus Mariota’s lack of red flags was a concern for NFL teams

Those familiar with the saying “too good to be true” can probably relate to the evaluation some NFL teams had for quarterback Marcus Mariota. According to ESPN’s Brett McMurphy, Oregon coach Mark Helfrich says he was told by an NFL coach and GM before the NFL draft that Mariota not having any red flags was…Read More

Jerry Jones backs Roger Goodell amid Deflategate controversy

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft made his thoughts about NFL commissioner Roger Goodell quite clear with a flame-thrower of a statement made on Wednesday. Though Kraft is furious with Goodell at the moment, the commish still has the support of at least one other prominent owner. Jerry Jones says he still backs Goodell even…Read More

Paul Pierce first pitch indicates he cannot throw a baseball (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. Paul Pierce threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Los Angeles Dodgers game on Tuesday night in honor of “Clippers Night.” The veteran forward was likely chosen because he is one of the newest members of Doc Rivers’ squad, but he shouldn’t be surprised if he isn’t invited…Read More

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