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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

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Jason Collins compares Tony Dungy to Donald Sterling

Last year, former Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy thought he was making a relatively innocent comment when he said he would pass on Michael Sam in the NFL Draft strictly to avoid media distractions. Jason Collins felt the remarks were homophobic. Collins, who became the first openly gay NBA player when he was signed…Read More

JR Smith shares Instagram photo calling Bruce Jenner a ‘science project’

It does not appear that Cleveland Cavaliers swingman J.R. Smith approves of Cailtyn Jenner — formerly known as Bruce Jenner — being named this year’s recipient of ESPN’s Arthur Ashe Courage Award. On Wednesday, Smith reposted a photo on Instagram that referred to Jenner as a “science project.” He quickly deleted the post, but not…Read More

Rob Gronkowski and his brothers to appear on ‘Family Feud

It has been almost 40 years since “Family Feud” made its debut, but the greatest episode of all time has not yet been taped. When Rob Gronkowski and his brothers appear on the set with Steve Harvey, the timeless game show may be changed forever. Gronkowski, his brothers and his dad Gordy are taping an…Read More

Did Heat offer Dwyane Wade less than $10 million per season?

Remember the report last week that said Dwyane Wade would be open to joining a new team if the Miami Heat do not pay him what he wants? It sounds like there is a good reason that report emerged. In answering a question over Twitter, Miami Heat insider Ethan J. Skolnick of Bleacher Report said…Read More

UCF had no idea UConn was creating a rivalry trophy

Perhaps desperate to start building the same sort of tradition with its football program that its basketball program is already steeped in, UConn recently created a trophy for its “rivalry” with Central Florida. UConn unveiled the trophy on Monday, which is has named the “Civil Conflict” trophy. Is it pathetic that two schools that have…Read More

Jerome Valcke, Sepp Blatter’s top lieutenant, accused of bribery

You would have to be incredibly naive to think FIFA president Sepp Blatter — who once again won re-election last week — knew nothing about the corruption that was going on within the organization that he is supposed to be in charge of. The only question is whether or not American prosecutors can prove it….Read More

Adrian Peterson returns to Vikings

Adrian Peterson has ended his standoff with the Minnesota Vikings, as the 30-year-old running back returned to the team on Tuesday. Peterson has decided to join the Vikings for organized team activities. He was reinstated by the NFL two months ago but has been holding out in hopes of forcing a trade or being paid…Read More

Albert Pujols: ‘This is not the Mike Trout show’

The Los Angeles Angels won their fifth game in a row on Monday night, and Albert Pujols led the way offensively with a pair of home runs. Mike Trout also homered, so he was a topic of discussion during postgame interviews once again. Did that annoy Pujols? With the Angels leading 5-3 in the bottom…Read More

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