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- Tue, 04 Jun 2019 04:04:38 +0000: Steelers' Smith-Schuster attends prom with fan - www.espn.com - NFL
A Pennsylvania-area high school student needed someone to go to prom with after his date broke up with him, and JuJu Smith-Schuster obliged.
- Tue, 04 Jun 2019 03:13:26 +0000: Sources: Vikes' COO Big Ten's 1st black commish - www.espn.com - NFL
Kevin Warren will replace longtime Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany, who in March announced his plans to retire in 2020 after 30 years with the league.
- Tue, 04 Jun 2019 02:47:15 +0000: Cards' Peterson surprise attendee at workout - www.espn.com - NFL
Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson made an appearance at the team's voluntary workout on Monday. He had previously missed the first two weeks of voluntary drills.
- Mon, 03 Jun 2019 23:04:55 +0000: Ex-Bucs DT McCoy chooses to play for Panthers - www.espn.com - NFL
Gerald McCoy left Baltimore thinking he might sign there, but Carolina wowed him during his visit last week and quarterback Cam Newton helped recruit the six-time Pro Bowler.
- Mon, 03 Jun 2019 17:34:06 +0000: Goodell: Four preseason games not necessary - www.espn.com - NFL
Roger Goodell believes four preseason games aren't necessary, and they don't meet the standard he expects from NFL play. The NFL commissioner doubled down on that stance Monday.
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- Thu, 20 Feb 2020 16:07:36 +0000: Drug agents say NFL player Greg Robinson had 157lb of marijuana when arrested - NFL | The Guardian
- Browns tackle being held in a Texas jail after arrest
- 27-year-old faces 20 years in jail if convicted of crime
NFL offensive tackle Greg Robinson remained in a Texas jail without bond on Wednesday after federal agents said they found 157lb (71kg) of marijuana in a rented vehicle in which he and two other people were riding.
Robinson, 27, of Thibodeaux, Louisiana, and Jaquan Tyreke Bray, 26, of La Grange, Georgia, were charged with conspiracy to possess marijuana with intent to distribute. Both were held without bond pending an initial appearance before a judge. If convicted, both could be sentenced to up to 20 years in federal prison.Continue reading...
- Thu, 20 Feb 2020 09:00:20 +0000: The NFL combine: an ethically dubious meat market wrapped in junk science - NFL | The Guardian
The annual carnival in Indianapolis is supposed to showcase players’ talents. But the event instead swings between pointless and demeaning
The underwear Olympics, otherwise known as the NFL combine, will roll into Indianapolis next week. College stars will jump, run and lift weights in front of NFL scouts – and it will mean almost nothing.
In an era in which every major college football game is aired on TV, scouting departments have swelled, analytics have become a bigger part of the evaluation equation, and players are tracked, measured and weighed from high school on up, you could be forgiven for wondering why the teams and prospects subject themselves to this annual sideshow.Continue reading...
- Sat, 15 Feb 2020 20:23:01 +0000: Myles Garrett could be sued for N-word claim, Mason Rudolph's agent says - NFL | The Guardian
- Garrett could be held liable for claim over racial slur, agent says
- NFL has said there’s no evidence brawl was instigated by N-word
- Browns star triggered shocking fight at end of November game
The agent for Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph says Cleveland defensive end Myles Garrett opened himself up for potential legal action after reiterating his claim that Rudolph used a racial slur shortly before their infamous brawl in November.
During an interview with ESPN, his first since being hit with a suspension after slugging Rudolph in the head with Rudolph’s own helmet in the final seconds of a Browns win on 14 November, Garrett said Rudolph called the defensive end “the N-word”.Continue reading...
- Thu, 13 Feb 2020 15:48:45 +0000: Colin Kaepernick to release memoir detailing story of 'my evolution' - NFL | The Guardian
- Quarterback led anthem protests against social injustice
- 32-year-old’s book will be released by Kaepernick Publishing
Colin Kaepernick has announced he will release a memoir later this year through his own publishing house.
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback has had a huge impact on the debate around race, police violence and politics in sports since he knelt for the national anthem in protest at social injustice in 2016. However, he has made relatively few public statements since and he suggested the book may explain his actions more fully.
We are proud to announce the first release on #KaepernickPublishing will be @Kaepernick7 's memoir. The story tells of the experiences that led to the act of protest that has inspired the world. Available thru @audible_com and print/ebook in 2020. #PressRelease pic.twitter.com/U2hkGCPhT5Continue reading...
- Thu, 13 Feb 2020 09:00:02 +0000: Will mindbending proposed changes to MLB's playoffs change the game? - NFL | The Guardian
Major League Baseball may restructure its playoffs to add teams and primetime drama. The changes would pit purists against progressives
The NBA is toying with an in-season tournament, while the NFL devises deals with its players to add a 17th regular-season game. It’s all in the name of increasing revenue streams, and if new rumors are to be believed, you can put Major League Baseball right on that bandwagon: a fattened playoff format could be in the works for the 2022 season.
The timing of such rumors is uncanny. With the new season on the horizon, there’s suddenly a distraction from the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal. And while a change in playoff format doesn’t quite have the sizzle of one of the most profound transgressions in the history of the sport, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred must be delighted that at least some of that negative attention has shifted towards the never-ending battle between baseball purists and progressives. On Monday the news that the playoffs may expand was enough to light up Twitter, with players such as the normally, ahem, shy and retiring Trevor Bauer speaking out. “Your proposal is absurd for too many reasons to type on twitter and proves you have absolutely no clue about baseball. You’re a joke,” he wrote in a tweet directed at Manfred.
No idea who made this new playoff format proposal, but Rob is responsible for releasing it, so I’ll direct this to you, Rob Manfred. Your proposal is absurd for too many reasons to type on twitter and proves you have absolutely no clue about baseball. You’re a joke.
three divisional champions and four wildcard teams in each league would make the playoffs
the division winner with the best overall record in each league would receive a bye to the best-of-five games divisional series
the wildcard round would change from a one-game knockout to a best-of-three-games series
the division winner with the second-best record in the league would get first choice of which wildcard team to face, and that team would host all three games
the division winner with the third-best record in the league would get the second choice of which team to face and also host all three games
the two wildcard teams that were not chosen would face each other, with the wildcard team with the best record hosting two of the three games
there would be a Sunday night playoff selection television show on the last night of baseball’s regular season where division winners would pick the teams they want to faceContinue reading...