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Today β€” August 18th 2022Your RSS feeds

WATCH: Dodgers Reporter Breaks Arm, Ribs Sliding Down Bernie's Chalet

LA Dodgers reporter David Vassegh mistakenly thought it would be fun to slide down the Brewers' famous Bernie's Chalet Slide in center field.

Report: Deshaun Watson Suspended 11 Games, Fined $5 Million

According to a source to Pro Football Talk, the NFL and the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) have reached a settlement on the appeal of his earlier six-game suspension, which will leave Watson suspended for 11 games and fine him $5 million.

'Are You Kidding Me?!: NFL Blasted for 'Weak' Deshaun Watson Suspension, Fine

Social media erupted with scorn after reports said the league and the NFL Players Association agreed on a settlement that will see Deshaun Watson, the quarterback accused of at least two dozen incidents of sexual misconduct, suspended for 11 games and fined $5 million.

UConn football's defensive coordinator takes leave of absence

Lou Spanos, UConn football's defensive coordinator, is taking a leave of absence for personal reasons. Spanos was the interim head coach for the huskies after Randy Edsall left.

β€˜Red-Handed’: NBA’s Highest Paid Star LeBron James Made a Fortune Off of Cozying Up to Communist China

LeBron James' recently signed $97 million dealΒ makes him the highest-paid player in the history of the NBA, but a considerable portion of that wealth is contingent on the league'sΒ lucrative financial dealings with slave-labor-loving China.

Luke Knox, FIU Linebacker and Brother of Buffalo Bills' Dawson Knox, Dead at 22 Years Old

By: Lara Gwinn Β·Β Lara Gwinn
Luke Knox, 22, a Florida International University (FIU) linebacker and younger brother of Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox, died on Wednesday.

Joe Rogan Speculates FBI Raided Trump to 'Knock Him Out' of 2024 Run

By: Paul Bois Β·Β Paul Bois
Podcaster Joe Rogan addressed the FBI raid on former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home on an episode this week.

Deshaun Watson suspension: Browns quarterback learns fate ahead of regular season

A suspension for Deshaun Watson was reportedly agreed to by the NFL and NFLPA on Thursday weeks before the start of the 2022 regular season. Watson faced discipline for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.

WWE to launch NXT Europe in 2023, NXT UK to make impact at upcoming event

WWE plans to move further into Europe come the New Year with the company launching NXT Europe and moving away from the standalone NXT UK in 2023.

College football freshmen to watch in 2022

College football has many big-name freshmen looking to make immediate impacts on their respective programs. This year was the first time a five-star recruit signed with an FCS school.

FIU linebacker Luke Knox dead at 22

Luke Knox, a linebacker for FIU and formerly of Ole Miss, died at the age of 22. FIU didn't reveal a cause of death. He is the brother of NFL star Dawson Knox.

Australian Women's Rugby Champion Now Identifies as a Trans Man

By: Simon Kent Β·Β Simon Kent
Former Australian women's rugby player Ellia Green has come out as a trans man and asked rugby fans as well as the wider community toΒ respect the "liberating" decision.

Rafael Nadal suffers stunning defeat in US Open warm-up: 'You lose, you move forward'

Rafael Nadal suffered a disappointing loss to Borna Coric in the Western & Southern Open on Wednesday night, putting a damper on his momentum ahead of the U.S. Open.

Kenny Omega makes surprise return to AEW

Kenny Omega returned to All Elite Wrestling on Wednesday night to team up with the Young Bucks in the Trios Championship tournament. He addressed the crowd afterward.

L.A. Sheriff's Deputies Exchanged Kobe Bryant Crash Scene Pictures While Playing 'Call of Duty'

By: Lara Gwinn Β·Β Lara Gwinn
L.A. County Sheriff's Department deputy Michael Russell revealed during the Kobe Bryant photo trial Tuesday that he sent photos of the helicopter crash scene to another deputy during a Call of Duty video game party.
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Lakers Hand LeBron James a 2-Year, $97.1 Million Contract Extension

The L.A. Lakers and LeBron James agreed to a two-year contract extension worth $97.1 million with a third-year player option included.

Browns’ Deshaun Watson settlement talks have β€˜progressed’: report

The NFL and the NFLPA have engaged in talks on a settlement for Deshaun Watson as the Cleveland Browns quarterback awaits the decision on the NFL's appeal of his six-game suspension.

Ultramarathon competitor Dean Karnazes bloodied after coyote attack: 'Kind of brutal'

Dean Karnazes, an ultramarathon runner, was seen blooded in a social media video last week. He said he was attacked by a coyote when he was on a run near the Golden Gate Bridge.

Chargers’ Derwin James becomes highest-paid safety in NFL history: report

Los Angeles Chargers safety Derwin James reportedly agreed to a four-year, $76.4 million contract extension on Wednesday, making him the highest-paid safety in the history of the NFL.

NFL returning to normal ahead of 3rd season in COVID-19 era

Many of the protocols which changed the NFL during the pandemic are being removed. It is starting to look like the NFL is essentially going back to normal.

Hall of Famer rips Pirates organization during game vs Red Sox: 'Hodgepodge of nothingness'

Hall of Famer Dennis Eckersley didn't mince words when he talked about just how bad the Pittsburgh Pirates have been this season during the Boston Red Sox's matchup.

Cam Smith goes above and beyond after his tee shot hits fan, shatters cell phone: 'Unreal moment'

A fan took to social media to detail the "unreal moment" when golfer Cam Smith replaced his cell phone after his tee shot shattered it at FedEx St. Jude Championship in Memphis.

Ole Miss' Lane Kiffin reveals team found punter at 'keg party'

Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin revealed the unusual way coaches found the team's punter, saying he came from a "keg party" down at frat row before taking the field.

Edge talks journey to WWE glory from 'a kid with a bad mullet' to world champion

Edge's episode of "Biography WWE: Legends" will premiere Sunday on A&E. He opened up to Fox News Digital about his road to superstardom and all the obstacles in between.

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WATCH: Conservative Ad Highlights Insanity of 'Men in Girls' Sports'

By: Paul Bois Β·Β Paul Bois
A new political ad from the conservative non-profit groupΒ Citizens for Sanity illustrated the insanity of men competing in women's sports.

Former LACFD Member Claims He Was Ordered to Take Kobe Bryant Crash Photos

By: Paul Bois Β·Β Paul Bois
A former member of the Los Angeles County Fire Department has claimed he was ordered to take photos of the deadly Kobe Bryant crash.Β 

LeBron James, Jayson Tatum, Steph Curry among the guests at Draymond Green's wedding

Warriors player Draymond Green got married to his Hazel Renee and many NBA familar faces made an appearance at the wedding including Jason Tatum, LeBron James and Stephen Curry.

It's 'Important to Our Democracy': NBA Will Not Schedule Games on Election Day

The NBA will not be scheduling any games on the midterm election day, but all 30 teams will play the night before on November 7, theΒ Associated Press stated.

Kyle Petty details highs and lows of a 3rd generation NASCAR athlete in new book

Kyle Petty's autobiography, 'Swerve or Die,' follows the life and legacy of a 3rd generation NASCAR driver as he navigates carrying his family name, both on and off the track.

Daniil Medvedev reveals why he wants Novak Djokovic to play US Open

Daniil Medvedev, the reigning US Open champion, said he would want to see Novak Djokovic play the tournament as the Serbian star awaits more clarity on travel rules.

Jets' Garrett Wilson shares difference between Joe Flacco and Zach Wilson

Former Ohio State standout Garrett Wilson spoke highly of New York Jets quarterback Joe Flacco Monday, saying he throws "receiver-friendly' passes, compared to Zach Wilson.

Tiger Woods to meet with PGA Tour players amid LIV Golf expansion: report

Tiger Woods will reportedly meet with a group of players who have remained loyal to the PGA Tour on Tuesday to "rally support" around the tour as LIV Golf continues to grow.

Kevin Durant swats retirement rumor: 'S--- is comical at this point'

Kevin Durant lashed out at a rumor he would be "more apt" to retire than play for the Brooklyn Nets again. He said he had no plans to retire any time soon.

Tennis fan's Ukrainian flag causes issue, tournament says item was too big

A tennis fan caused a complaint at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati on Sunday after a quarrel over her Ukrainian flag during a match between two Russian players.

Carl Nassib, NFL's 1st active player to come out as gay, set to rejoin Bucs: reports

Carl Nassib who came out as gay last season reportedly agreed to contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday after two seasons with the Las Vegas Raiders.

Yankees' Anthony Rizzo throws tantrum in dugout after questionable call

Anthony Rizzo has been having a frustrating last 17 games, and Monday night against the Tampa Bay Rays his frustrations appeared to boil over after a hit by pitch was called back.

VIDEO: Titans' Bud Dupree Pleads Guilty to Assault Charge

Tennessee Titans linebacker Bud Dupree has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge over his part in a fist fight in Walgreens.

VIDEO: Brother of Former NFL Player Wanted in Shooting of Texas Youth Football Coach

A coach at a youth football game was killed Saturday evening in Lancaster, Texas, after an argument escalated into a shooting, according to police.

Liz Cambage to 'step away' from WNBA after abrupt Sparks exit

Ex-Los Angeles Sparks center Liz Cambage announced on social media Monday that she will be stepping away from the WNBA, just weeks after terminating her contract with the Sparks.

Alleged Passport Seizure at Mar-a-Lago Could Undermine Trump's Civil Rights

President Donald Trump's claim that his "passports" were seized in the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago last week could have major legal implications for any investigation into him: it could mean his Fourth Amendment rights were violated in the search.

Rangers fire Chris Woodward after more than 3 seasons as manager

The Texas Rangers started the season with high hopes but with the season winding down they are not in contention to make the playoffs with their high payroll.

University of Wisconsin launches free tuition program for regional campuses

The University of Wisconsin is launching a tuition waiver program at its regional campuses. The Wisconsin Tuition Promise will help state residents making less than $62,000 a year.

Brittney Griner's Russian Legal Team Appeals 9-Year Drug Conviction Sentence

On Monday, Russian attorneys for WNBA star Brittney Griner filed an appeal of her nine-year sentence for possession of illegal drugs.

Giannis Antetokounmpo opens the door on switching teams 'down the line'

Giannis Antetokounmpo made a remark about the possibility of him leaving the Milwaukee Bucks to play for the Chicago Bulls in the future and it may have fans worried.

NFLPA president missing from rosters 'suspicious,' ex-Browns teammate Joel Bitonio says

JC Tretter is the current NFLPA president and has advocated for better safety for players and his current free agency is something that has caught the eye of his former teammate.

The Decline of the West in One Fight Song

(Steven Hayward)

As you know, the NFL’s β€œWashington Football Team” finally settled on a new team name: the β€œCommanders.” I wonder how many focus groups it took to settle on this. Was it harder than coming up with β€œOklahoma is OK”? Is β€œCommanders” really a good name for a city whose commands to the populace are increasingly resented? (It might help if the team had a commanding record to boast about in recent years. On the other hand, their ineptitude is fitting for the home of our national bureaucracy.)

The Commanders have come up with a new fight song, whose history shows that we should have seen this all coming a long time ago. It is worth noting the evolution of the Washington franchise fight song:

Obviously you had to expunge β€œDixie” (not to mention β€œScalp ’em”), but β€œFight for old DC”??

Anyway, behold the Commanders:

What was wrong with β€œSons of Washington”? I imagine cultural leftists can come up with a dozen reasons.

It will be interesting to see how many Washington fans decide to stick with the old versions about the Redskins.

Ex-MLB star recalls making Michael Jordan buy him beer

Michael Jordan had a brief stint with the Chicago White Sox's organization in 1994 and a former All-Star shortstop recalled a story of riding the bus with the NBA star.

NFL legend Len Dawson enters hospice care

Len Dawson, who brought the Kansas City Chiefs their first Super Bowl, entered hospice care, his wife told a local TV station. Dawson is 87 years old.

Brittney Griner appeals 9-year sentence in Russia drug case: report

Brittney Griner reportedly filed an appeal of her nine-year sentenced handed down to her following her conviction on drug charges in Russia earlier this month.

John McEnroe: CDC Barring Tennis Star Novak Djokovic from Playing in U.S. Is 'B.S.'

By: Lara Gwinn Β·Β Lara Gwinn
"I think it's BS," said tennis great John McEnroe of the CDC vaccine mandate that continues keep Serbian tennis starΒ Novak Djokovic from playing in the United States, potentially including the upcoming U.S. Open. McEnroe also insisted that Djokovic "is perfectly entitled to make the decision" for himself whether to vaccinate or not, according to a video from Outkick.

Aces wrap up top playoff seed with win over Storm

The Las Vegas Aces clinched the top spot in the playoffs after a 109-100 victory over the Seattle Storm in the regular-season finale on Sunday. Chelsea Gray had 33 points.

NASCAR champ Bobby Labonte opens up about startling health battle

Former NASCAR Cup star Bobby Labonte opened up about health issues he's been battling since 2019 and feels fortunate to have survived the battle.

Rays' Drew Rasmussen sees perfect game broken up in 9th inning

Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Drew Rasmussen lost a perfect game in the ninth inning against Baltimore Orioles shortstop Jorge Mateo on Sunday but managed to pick up the win.

Chelsea, Spurs coaches involved in heated incident during draw

Chelsea and Spurs coaches Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte got into a skirmish during their Premier League match on Sunday afternoon. Both were shown red cards.

Bills rookie Matt Araiza blasts 82-yard punt in preseason game vs Colts

Matt Araiza made a good case for staring punter with the Buffalo Bills with a booming kick in the team's first NFL preseason game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Nick Kyrgios' breakthrough and consistent winning 'would be incredible for tennis,' John McEnroe says

By: Ryan Gaydos Β·Β Larry Fink
John McEnroe defended Nick Kyrgios' playing style as the Australian tennis star is a couple of weeks away from competing in the U.S. Open – the final Grand Slam event of the season.

'You Sick F*ck': Deshaun Watson Jeered and Heckled in Preseason Debut

In news that shouldn't shock anyone, Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson was vociferously and profanely heckled by Jaguars fans in his preseason debut on Friday in Jacksonville.

NBA Caves to Strict Canadian Vaccine Rules for Players Traveling to Toronto

The National Basketball Association has said it will continue to bow to strict Canadian vaccine rules for players traveling to Toronto.

Djokovic Forced Out of Tennis Tournament by Biden Ban on Unvaxed Travellers

CINCINNATI (AP) - Novak Djokovic pulled out of next week's hard-court tournament in Cincinnati on Friday because he has not gotten any COVID-19 vaccine shots and so is not allowed to travel to the United States.

WATCH: Kevin Costner Remembers the 'Amazing Ray Liotta' at MLB Field of Dreams Game

By: Lara Gwinn Β·Β Lara Gwinn
Kevin Costner gave a beautiful tribute to Ray Liotta as part of the Field of Dreams game inΒ Dyersville, Iowa, on Thursday, just three months after the actor died at age 67.

WATCH: D'backs Fans Run onto Field, Stadium Security Cannot Keep Up

The Diamondbacks-Pirates game ground to a halt on Wednesday when two fans jumped out of the stands and began running around the field.

Creighton University students' COVID-19 vaccine mandate appeal dismissed

An appeal to be exempt by Creighton University's vaccine mandate has been dismissed by the Nebraska Supreme Court on Friday. Students claimed religious beliefs prevented them from being vaccinated.

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