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Brandon Browner facing one-year suspension, Seahawks career over

Brandon Browner is facing a one-year suspension for a violation of the league’s substance abuse policy, and his career with the Seattle Seahawks is over, according to a report. Browner, who has been an excellent defensive back for Seattle since 2011, missed the last four games of the season last year for violating the league’s…Read More

Packers players admitted they thought there would be second overtime

Here’s something that will shock you: Some NFL players still don’t know the overtime rules. The Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings game ended in a 26-26 tie on Sunday at Lambeau Field. According to Sports Illustrated NFL writer Robert Klemko, some Packers players admitted they thought there would be a second overtime: This is…Read More

Jon Bon Jovi wants to be NFL owner, focused on Buffalo Bills

Rock star Jon Bon Jovi has aspirations of being an NFL owner and is particularly focused on the Buffalo Bills, according to a report. CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora reported on Sunday that Bon Jovi is “consumed with purchasing an NFL team” and that he is positioning himself to bid for the Bills when that…Read More

Derrick Rose will have surgery for torn MCL on Monday

The bad news for Derrick Rose is that his torn MCL will likely knock him out for the rest of the season. The good news is that unlike his ACL injury, he can have surgery right away and begin his rehab process quicker. Rose will have surgery on his right knee Monday. The Chicago Bulls’…Read More

Manny Pacquiao batters Brandon Rios: ‘the speed got to me a little bit’

Manny Pacquiao defeated Brandon Rios by unanimous decision Sunday morning in Macau for his first victory in over two years. He looked fast and powerful, and he proved to be the championship-caliber fighter he was prior to getting leveled by Juan Manuel Marquez last year. Pacquiao destroyed Rios for nearly the entire fight. One judge…Read More

11-year-old Cubs fan Natalie Adorno told to tone down her cheering at games

Natalie Adorno is an 11-year-old Chicago Cubs fan who is too young to have already given up on her cursed franchise. Instead, Natalie is well-known among season ticket holders, ushers and other stadium employees for her enthusiasm and rallying cries at Wrigley Field. “I get the crowd going,” Natalie told NBC 5 in Chicago. “When…Read More

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