• Chris_Carter

    When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong: Cris Carter

    In the newest episode of When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong, we have an appearance from an NFL Hall of Famer. Former Minnesota Viking star, and Hall of Fame WR, Cris Carter decided that he would give the rookies some “valuable” advice during his speech at the 2014 NFL rookie symposium. While...
  • Russell Wilson

    Just Got Paid: Russell Wilson Re-signs With Seattle

    Russell Wilson, quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks, has finally come to terms on a contract extension with the team. Wilson’s deal is for four years and worth $87.6 million with $60 million of the contract guaranteed, which is always a key factor for NFL players and their contracts. The deal actually makes Russell Wilson, who led the...
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    It’s Your Birthday Today: “Iron” Mike Tyson

    Today we have to send a big birthday shoutout to one of the greatest fighters, and probably the most feared man to ever step into a boxing ring, the former Undisputed Heavyweight Champion “Iron” Mike Tyson! Iron Mike celebrates his 49th birthday today and is still making moves in...
  • gggfeat

    Triple G Better Than Mayweather?

    Gennady Gennadyevich Golovkin, he works hard and he’s humble. But he also knows he’s deadly. 32 fights, no losses and 19 knock outs. That’s the highest K.O. ranking in history. They say all of the big names are running from him. Some say he’s better than Mayweather…...
  • Stu

    Boo-Yah, baby! ESPN gets it all the way right in its posthumous dedication to trailblazing ‘SportsCenter’ anchor Stuart Scott

    I don’t know anyone who wasn’t affected by the death of longtime ESPN anchor Stuart Scott. That brother made sports relatable across genders, beyond race, defiant of age. On Thursday, the network revealed a memorial plaque to Scott, and it caused me to recall the soul-shaking tribute fellow Tisch School...
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    Pacquiao Fought Mayweather With An Injured Shoulder

    Pacquiao’s camp says they filed the paperwork with the boxing commission and they were well aware of Pacquiao’s injuries. Is it real,or is it just an excuse???...