The NBA has created some of the best commercials known to man. Here are 10 that man has been known to throw up on seeing them on their televisions.
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Michael Phelps on Friday pleaded guilty to driving while under the influence. The 18-time Olympic gold medalist was arrested for his second DUI back in September. The Associated Press reports that Phelps was sentenced to a year in prison, though the sentence has been suspended for a probationary period of a year and a half....Read More
Black Monday is just around the corner, and head coaches around the NFL are feeling the heat with only two weeks remaining in the regular season.
The verdict may already be out for some coaches, while others will likely view the final two weeks as a desperate attempt to save their jobs.
Here is an updated rundown of six coaches that are currently on the hot seat—ranked by the...
Ten years ago today, the horse collar tackle was made illegal after Dallas Cowboys safety Roy Williams broke Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Terrell Owens' leg on such a tackle. The Rev remembers watching it … from prison.
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When it comes to professional sports, most athletes are putting their money where their mouth is. And when it comes to the National Football League, some of these athletes simply aren’t getting paid up to the level of their performances.
Last week, we ran a piece on the five-most overpaid players in the NFL. In continuing with that theme, it made sense to look at the opposite...
FOXBORO, Mass. — We’ll take Tom Brady’s word for it that Rob Gronkowski has grown up on the football field.
The New England Patriots tight end proved that he’s still an overgrown teenager during his appearance on “Top Chef” Wednesday night, however.
Gronk doesn’t seem very convinced by Brady’s comments either.
“I grew up a lot,” Gronkowski said laughing. “I’m...
The Dodgers/Padres deal for Matt Kemp made big headlines, but is the fact it is quickly falling apart after the fact a blessing for San Diego?
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Does the NFC South deserve to have a team in the playoffs? I may be in the minority (Brady Quinn agrees with me http://www.footballbyfootball.com/column/nfc-south-is-rising-no-playoff-change-needed), but I believe it does. Every team sets goals during training camp and one of those goals is to win the division. Therefore, a division title has to mean something. It means you’ve...
Following yesterday’s historic announcement by President Obama that the United States will re-establish full relations with Cuba, many baseball fans have been speculating what impact this news is likely to have on Major League Baseball. Cuba, of course, is a baseball hotbed, producing a number of impact MLB players in recent years (Jose Abreu, Yasiel […]
Some athletes are exercising their First Amendment Rights and making social statements with their choice of attire, and it's riling up police departments across the country.
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New York Jets quarterback has almost crawled his way completely out of financial trouble — something that seemed nearly impossible when he filed for bankruptcy in 2008. According to ESPN’s Darren Rovell, Vick is “weeks away” from getting out from under what was once an $18 million debt. At one point, Vick owed $6.5 million...Read More
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