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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Football

Chad Ochocinco to Ride Bulls in Lockout with PBR

NFL players are finding different ways to spend the lockout. Some are trying careers in new sports, others are getting in trouble, while dedicated players are leading offseason workouts. Chad Ochocinco is one of the players who has tried another sport (check out his soccer tryout for KC), and it looks like he’ll be trying…Read More

Rashard Mendenhall Dropped by Champion for Osama bin Laden Tweets

For those of you wondering how long it would be before Rashard Mendenhall started suffering monetary consequences for his Osama bin Laden tweets, we have your answer. It only took three days for sports apparel company Champion to drop Mendenhall. Champion announced the news in a statement that was posted by Game On! The text…Read More

How Three Dumb Draft-Day Trades Crippled the Carolina Panthers

It was only 2008 when the Carolina Panthers were 12-4 and tied for the best record in the NFC. In those playoffs, Jake Delhomme went vintage Delhomme with six turnovers against the Cardinals, paving the way for Arizona’s Super Bowl run. Sure, Jake’s collapse into a colorblind quarterback who kept throwing the ball to the…Read More

Willie Parker: Redskins Are about Partying

Willie Parker’s dropoff in production and relevance has been swift. He was once considered to be one of the fastest running backs in football, and his greatest accomplishment was running for a 75-yard touchdown in the Super Bowl against the Seahawks. Injuries and the strain of hundreds of carries sapped Parker’s speed, and the Steelers…Read More

Drew Brees Covering Most of Saints’ Workout Costs During Lockout

A football team is only as good as its leader. Sometimes that leader comes in the form of a head coach, while other times it’s a player. In New Orleans, the Saints turn to their quarterback.  Sean Payton is a tremendous coach, but there is no questioning the fact that Drew Brees is the most…Read More

Rashard Mendenhall Clarifies Osama bin Laden Tweets, Leaves out Airplane Part

Running back Rashard Mendenhall was already well known to football fans before the weekend. After bin Laden was killed and Mendenhall made controversial comments about his death on his twitter account, he became infamous amongst non-sports fans. For nearly a 24-hour span on Tuesday, Mendenhall’s name was atop Google’s chart for most searched term. That’s…Read More

Sports Have Become a Battle in the Court Room Instead of on the Court

Perhaps you’ve been caught up in the playoffs extravaganza with the NBA and NHL. Maybe spring baseball is what captivates. After all, if the season ended today… you’d have a lot of confused people. (Why would the postseason start in May?) An even smaller segment of the population may have been enthralled by the sequins…Read More

Michael Oher Unhappy with Todd McShay’s ‘Character Issues’ Label

Michael Oher, the Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman about who The Blind Side was based, spoke out Tuesday against players being tagged with a “character issues” label by draft analysts. Oher was upset with ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay and specifically called him out in a series of tweets, Pro Football Talk pointed out. “Ok im…Read More

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