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Former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Joey Porter was released from jail in Bakersfield, Calif., three days after he was charged with writing bad checks in Las Vegas. According to reports, Porter paid a $70,000 debt to Hard Rock Casino in Las Vegas and was released Monday. Porter, 35, retired in July after a 13-year NFL career that also included stops with Miami and Arizona.
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Joey Porter was arrested on Friday night on a felony charge of writing bad checks. Here are some of the details.
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A few weeks back a woman named Melanie Smith filed a complaint in Georgia to establish Ward as the father of her daughter Jordyn. Now the Superbowl winning receiver is coming clean, and has submitted the necessary tests to establish paternity. Looks like Hines caught himself a daughter.-TO
Hines Ward Accused of Fathering a Child
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By Jeremy Hritz
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The Cincinnati Bengals, led by Andy Dalton...
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