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Butt Fumble Jersey Bought By Jets Fan

Poor Mark Sanchez. It wasn’t too long ago that he was the poster boy for the future of the New York Jets. However after a couple of subpar years and a shoulder injury, he was relegated to backup quarterback. Sanchez was ultimately released by the team this offseason. The former first-rounder out of USC reached two consecutive AFC Championship games …

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Jerry Rice Jr. Will Try Out For The 49ers

It’s always tough to follow in your dad’s footsteps. It’s nearly impossible to follow in your dad’s footsteps if he’s the NFL’s all-time leader in receptions, yards, and touchdowns. Plus, he also wears three Super Bowl rings. So goes the life of Jerry Rice Jr., who is planning to attend the San Francisco 49ers’ rookie minicamp this weekend. The wide …

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Jerry Rice Jr. To Try Out For 49ers

Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh had nothing but good things to say about Jerry Rice Jr., the son of Hall of Famer Jerry Rice. However, despite being impressed by his athleticism at the team’s minicamp, Harbaugh decided not to offer him a contract. “Yeah, I’ll tell you, Jerry Rice, Jr. has done a nice job,” Harbaugh said. “First of all, …

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Kyle Orton Expected To Show Up For Cowboys’ Offseason Training

Kyle Orton is a veteran football player that began his career in 2005 with the Chicago Bears. Since then, he’s played for the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs and the Dallas Cowboys. Now it appears that the quarterback has had enough. NFL.com reports that Orton still hasn’t shown up for the Cowboys’ voluntary offseason conditioning program. The no show has …

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Aaron Hernandez Charged With Boston Double-Murder

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez this week was charged with two counts of first-degree murder for a 2012 double-murder in Boston. A grand jury released the indictments on Thursday. The charges stem from murders that took place in July 2012. Hernandez is accused of shooting and killing Daniel Jorge Correia de Abreu and Safiro Teixeira Furtado, both …

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Michael Sam Becomes First Openly Gay Player to be Drafted, Gets Congratulations from Obama

Former Missouri Tigers defensive end Michael Sam became the first openly gay player to be drafted after being taken in the NFL Draft on Saturday. Sam was drafted by the St. Louis Rams in the seventh round. Michael Sam came out back in February, and since then, many people have wondered how that would affect his draft stock. The co-defensive …

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Johnny Manziel: Social Media Not Impressed By Him

Cleveland Browns fans certainly are in the midst of “Mazielmania” following the young quarterback’s selection in the first round. NFL pundits are also unarguably impressed with Manziel. Much of the Draft Day discussion prior to his selection was about “Johnny Football”. This served to annoy non-“Johnny Football” fans or just fans of football in general who weren’t interested in the …

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2018 Super Bowl: Where Will The Game Take Place?

The bids are in. There are three contenders for the 2018 Super Bowl. In less than two weeks, we will know which lucky city gets to host the 2018 Super Bowl. The organizers in Indianapolis and Minneapolis held news conferences today to let the public know that they have formally submitted their bids to the NFL’s 32 team owners. The …

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2018 Super Bowl Location To Be Decided In Two Weeks

The 2018 Super Bowl, or Super Bowl LII, will be hosted in one of three cities – Indianapolis, Minneapolis and New Orleans. Over the next two weeks, the three cities will battle it out to decide who gets to host American’s biggest sporting event four years from now. On May 20, the NFL will vote for which city they want …

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Redskins Name Is Racist; NFL Should Follow NBA’s Lead Says Sen. Harry Reid

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada called on the National Football League to change the name of the Washington Redskins as a response to long-standing charges that the name is racially offensive. This move is linked to the example set by the National Basketball Association in penalizing the team owner of the Los Angeles Clippers. Reid, a Democrat, stated …

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Denver Broncos: Terrance Knighton Will Honor His Contract

Denver Broncos defensive tackle Terrance Knighton had a pretty good year in 2013. He was able to score four sacks last season which is more than can be said about some players in the NFL. The only downside to his career with the Broncos is his salary as he’s making far less than other players. The Denver Post reports that …

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Vince Young To Try Out For Cleveland Browns Team At Pre-Draft Camp

In a recent interview, Vince Young mentioned that he must do his part and stay ready, since “you never know when you are going to get a call.” The call has arrived for the football player, and it came from the Cleveland Browns. Young, who is a free agent quarterback, has been brought in by the Cleveland Browns for a …

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