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Given the Chance to do it all Again, Antwaan Randle El Wouldn't Play Football

By Devon Newport |

Super Bowl XLV

Antwaan Randle El was a dynamic and explosive player in the NFL. He could return kicks, catch passes, and even throw a good pass every once in a while--just as he did in Super Bowl XL when he connected with Hines Ward for a 43-yard touchdown, forever living on in Pittsburgh Steeler folklore--but he says if he had the choice to do it all again, well, he wouldn't. Read More »

Ray Rice Returning to Football, Just not in the way he Expected

By Devon Newport |

Suspended Baltimore Ravens Ray Rice Attends Appeals Hearing In New York

Ray Rice will be returning to football. Although, probably not in the capacity he would have hoped for. The former Baltimore Ravens star--who has been out of the NFL since 2014 after being released by the Ravens for a domestic violence scandal--will take part in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl as a coach. In doing so, he'll join former Kansas City Chiefs running back Priest Holmes as co-running backs coaches on Mike Martz's staff. Read More »

Novak Djokovic Avoids Tennis' Darkside

By Devon Newport |

Johnny Mac Tennis Project Benefit

In the wake of BBC/Buzz Feed News' recent report detailing widespread match-fixing in the upper ranks of world tennis, Novak Djokovic spoke about his own encounter with such dealings. In a press conference at the Australian Open on Monday, Djokovic said that back in 2007 he was offered $200,000 to throw a first-round match in Russia. Read More »

Carolina Panthers Prepare for the NFC Championship Without Their Hoverboards

By Devon Newport |

Divisional Round - Seattle Seahawks v Carolina Panthers

The Carolina Panthers are 1-game away from the Super Bowl. Thusly, they are doing everything they can to give themselves an edge, or to avoid stupid injuries. Which really means no more hoverboards (sigh!). Panthers head coach Ron Rivera banned the team from using them ahead of their showdown with the Arizona Cardinals. He cited freak accidents, and unexpected fires as the chief reasons to do so. Read More »

Fashion Mogul Jessica Simpson & Family Get Close In Cabo, Talks of a New Sitcom

Jessica Simpson

Just when the pop star Jessica Simpson announced she's returning to television, new photos popped up in the of bikini clad Jessica with NFL hubby Eric Johnson, mom Tina Simpson, sister Ashley and husband Evan Ross while on vacation at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Read More »

Ronda Rousey Confirms Holly Holm Fight, Targets 2016 For Epic Rematch

By Kathleen Nava |

Ronda Rousey

UFC 193, where Ronda Rousey and Holly Holm fought for the UFC women's bantamweight belt, definitely had one of the most shocking outcome in the history of the sport. But the former champion revealed that she is now ready to take her belt back from the new titleholder. Read More »

Ciara Writes Sweet Message to Russell Wilson After Loss

By Star Connor |

Future and Ciara

Ciara and her son, Future were all smiles during Sunday's game even after Russell Wilson's team, the Seattle Seahawks ended their season losing to the Carolina Panthers. Following the Seahawks defeat, Ci-Ci decided to dedicate a sweet message to her man and reveal how proud she was of him during his 2015 career. Read More »

Demaryius Thomas' Mom Watches Her Son Play For The First Time After Prison Release

By Kathleen Nava |

Demaryius Thomas

Demaryius Thomas of the Denver Broncos had more reason to celebrate beyond just defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers on January 17. His mother Katina Smith was present during the game and for the first time ever, she got to see her son play and take the NFL playoff victory after recently being released from prison. Read More »

Arsene Wenger, Arsenal Coach, Isn't a Fan of Twitter

By Devon Newport |

Arsene Wenger Manager of Arsenal

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger sees social media platforms--such as Twitter and Facebook--as a growing problem in sport today. The Frenchman says that they evoke more aggression and general nastiness toward teams--something that can cause a snowball like effect. Read More »

Lorenzo Cain and the Kansas City Royals Renew Their Vows

By Devon Newport |

Lorenzo Cain

Kansas City Royals outfielder Lorenzo Cain is coming off the heels of a spectacular year. He won a World Series and finished third in the AL MVP voting (not bad for a guy who didn't play the sport until high school). Unsurprisingly, the Royals wanted to keep him around. Cain apparently didn't see any reason to object--at least, not right now--and the two sides came to an agreement on an extension. Read More »

Former NFL Player Lawrence Phillips has Brain Donated to CTE Research

By Devon Newport |

Lawrence Phillips

Lawrence Phillips' family will have the Former Nebraska and NFL running back's brain donated to researchers at Boston University studying traumatic brain injury, according to Dan Chamberlain, an attorney of Phillips' family. Read More »

DeMar DeRozan is an NBA Star Because of Master P and Romeo?

By Devon Newport |

DeMar DeRozan

Long before Demar Derozan was a household name--well, in Toronto at least--the NBA star was experiencing the lavish lifestyle of a Hollywood celebrity on a regular basis. He starred on an AAU team sponsored by hip-hop mogul Percy "Master P" Miller and formed a close relationship with Miller's son, rapper/actor Romeo. Derozan credits the relationship, and his early experience with celebrity, as the reason he has the work ethic he has today. Read More »

Out of Prison, Demaryius Thomas' Mother May See Him Play Football for the First Time

By Devon Newport |

Demaryius Thomas

Sunday's game between the Denver Broncos and the Pittsburgh Steelers is a big one for obvious reasons. However, for Demaryius Thomas, it's not just a spot in the AFC Championship they're playing for. For him, it could mean something a little more personal. His mother could see him play in a football game--at any level--for the very first time, as she has spent the past 15 years in prison. Read More »

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