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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Football

Donovan Warren: Nothing but Respect for Rich Rodriguez

LBS interviewed former Michigan cornerback and current Steelers cornerback Donovan Warren at the premiere for 4th and Forever. 4th and Forever is a TV show that will debut Thursday at 9PM Eastern on Current TV, and the show chronicles last year’s football season at Long Beach Poly High School. Poly, where Warren attended high school,…Read More

Cincinnati Bengals Stubbornly Will Not Trade Carson Palmer but They Should

Even with the NFL season on hold, Cinncinati Bengals owner Mike Brown is staying consistent with his word on quarterback Carson Palmer. “We don’t plan to trade Carson,” Brown told the NFL Network at the league’s spring owners meetings in Indianapolis. “He’s important to us. He’s a very fine player, and we do want him…Read More

Ray Lewis: NFL Lockout Will Lead to More Crime, Evil

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis — along with seemingly the rest of America — wants the NFL lockout to be resolved.  While most of us point to reasons like increased boredom and decreased profits to explain why we need football, Lewis has a rather unique take on the matter. In a sit-down interview with ESPN’s…Read More

Video: Cam Newton Sings Justin Bieber

Not only can Carolina Panthers quarterback and recent top overall draft pick Cam Newton dominate SEC defenses, win a Hesiman Trophy and place his name in Auburn history, he can also sing. Check out this video of Cam Newton singing Justin Bieber’s baby, as shared with us by Marc Kohn on twitter: That video shows…Read More

David Bruton Working as Substitute Teacher During NFL Lockout

Denver Broncos safety David Bruton has decided to start working as a substitute teacher in his native Miamisburg, Ohio during the NFL lockout. Bruton is a ’09 graduate of Notre Dame and he decided to apply for a one-year substitute teacher’s license from the Ohio Department of Education during the lockout. He received the license…Read More

Minnesota Vikings DE Ray Edwards Wins Boxing Debut, Practiced Abstinence

Minnesota Vikings defensive end Ray Edwards made his boxing debut Friday night in Minnesota, defeating former kickboxer T.J. Gibson by unanimous decision. The 6-foot-5, 258 pound monster was much larger than the 5’9″ 222 pound Gibson and put his size to use. Yes, you’re eyes didn’t mislead you, he beat up on someone 36 pounds…Read More

Bart Scott: It’s a Joke if Jets Don’t Win Super Bowl

On a normal day, I would have an extremely tough time associating the name “Bart Scott” with the word “sensible.”  The Jets loudmouth linebacker usually makes headlines for charades like his “can’t wait!” postgame interview or for threatening to end Wes Welker’s career.  The only man wearing Green with a more freely-moving jaw is Rex…Read More

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