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Chris Mortensen getting crushed on Twitter over Deflategate

It has been more than six months since ESPN’s Chris Mortensen falsely reported that 11 of the 12 game balls the New England Patriots used in the AFC Championship Game were underinflated by two pounds per square inch each. But by canceling a scheduled appearance on a Boston sports radio station earlier this week, Mort…Read More

Bethe Correia goes nuts on Ronda Rousey at weigh-in (Video)

Ronda Rousey may have more incentive to beat up Bethe Correia than anyone else she has ever faced during her career. After all, nobody has tried to rattle her more than Correia. Take what happened at their weigh-in for example. After weighing in prior to their UFC 190 fight Saturday in Brazil, the two went…Read More

Mike Kensil reportedly gave false PSI information to Chris Mortensen

When the Deflategate first erupted back in January, one of the first reports about the scandal indicated that the New England Patriots had used game balls in the AFC Championship Game that were underinflated by two pounds per square inch. That turned out to be false, and no one has apologized for reporting it. ESPN’s…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

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