• Eagles rookie pressured by agent to change stance on national anthem protest

    San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is under a lot of scrutiny and pressure after sitting for the national anthem as part of a political statement. Philadelphia Eagles rookie linebacker Myke Tavarres might share Kaepernick’s feelings on how black people are treated in the United…

    Shutdown Corner
  • WMU dismisses Ron George, Bryson White after armed robbery arrest

    Western Michigan freshmen Ron George and Bryson White were formally charged with armed robbery Sunday morning. George and White were arrested Friday night for allegedly entering an apartment and robbing a woman using a semi-automatic gun and a knife. Cash and other property were stolen, police…

    Dr. Saturday
  • Donald Trump May Have Tweeted His Most Incomprehensible Hillary Clinton Insult Yet

    Donald Trump’s main form of communication is Twitter. At first blush, it appears that someone else formatted a tweet in Trump’s style, which would confirm the idea that Trump may not be in control of his own Twitter account.

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  • John Wall isn't 'watching' the money Bradley Beal and James Harden make

    NBA players have always chafed at either perceived or legitimate inequalities in yearly payroll. Wall is about to enter the third year of a five-year, $80 million (then-“maximum”) contract extension he signed in 2013.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • KHL team unveils statue to adopted cat outside arena (Photos)

    To understand why a professional hockey team would honor a dead cat with a statue outside of its arena you have to go back two years to Dec. 2014 and inside a seafood store at Vladivostok International Airport. It also landed the cat an offer to cozy up with a new home with the Communist Party.…

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  • New Grandstand home to compelling tennis in debut on U.S. Open Day 1

    Five thoughts on the day session on the opening day of the U.S. Open, including rising star Naomi Osaka, Garbine Muguruza, the new Grandstand and more.

    Sports Illustrated
  • Star of reality TV's 'Ice Road Truckers' killed in plane crash

    One of the stars of "Ice Road Truckers," a reality TV show about the hazards of driving the frozen highways of northern Canada and Alaska, was killed in a plane crash in Montana over the weekend, a spokeswoman for the History channel said on Monday. Darrell Ward, 52, was flying to Missoula to begin…

    Reuters
  • Panthers acquire Browns punter who dogged it on touchdown return

    The Cleveland Browns traded punter Andy Lee to the Carolina Panthers, but this isn’t your everyday punter trade.

    Shutdown Corner
  • Young fan cries tears of joy after getting Mike Trout's autograph

    One young Los Angeles Angels fan cried tears of joy after getting an autograph from superstar outfielder Mike Trout. Trout is out before the start of Sunday’s game signing autographs for some young fans. It’s tough to know exactly what the kid says to Trout, but strong lip readers at home can make…

    Big League Stew
  • Two Chicago brothers on parole charged in murder of NBA star's cousin

    Chicago police on Sunday said they have arrested two brothers and charged them with the fatal shooting of basketball star Dwyane Wade's cousin as she pushed a baby in a stroller, a murder that has stunned a city plagued by a surge in gang-related violence. In a case that has emerged as a talking…

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    Ex-49er Alex Boone rips Colin Kaepernick over National Anthem stance

    Ex-49er Alex Boone rips Colin Kaepernick for 'shameful' act after not standing for national anthem

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    Muensing Oxen Race In Bavaria (17 fotos)

    Muensing Oxen Race In Bavaria Ox Ringo looks on before competing in the 2016 Muensing Oxen Race (Muensinger Ochsenrennen) on August 28, 2016 in Muensing, Germany. (Photo: Matej Divizna/Getty Images)

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  • Puck Daddy Summer Series: Weird Washington Capitals

    What can be said for the Capitals 1993-94 team calendar that hasn’t already been said about a JCPenney’s catalog from the 1990s? Rather than just go with the usual in-game action shot (or more recently snuggling up to dogs), the Caps took a hard-left when it came to the calendar and put the players…

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  • Bryan Stork fails physical, canceling trade from New England to Washington

    In case you’ve forgotten, since it came before Colin Kaepernick and Tony Romo: last Wednesday morning, news came that the New England Patriots were releasing center Bryan Stork, who started Super Bowl XLIX for the team as a rookie. Not long after that, however, former Washington tight end Chris…

    Shutdown Corner
  • Tiger Woods's Home Is Filled With New Golf Equipment

    (c) 2016 Time Inc. Nike Announces It Will Stop Selling Golf Equipment Nike announced Wednesday it will no longer sell golf clubs, bags, or balls, but will continue to sell apparel. The battle of the brands has begun, and only Tiger Woods can stop it. According to Woods's longtime friend Notah…

    Golf
  • Reports: Mississippi State DL Nick James arrested

    Mississippi State defensive lineman Nick James was reportedly arrested early Sunday morning. According to the Starkville Daily News, James was arrested for public intoxication at Rick’s Cafe, a bar near MSU’s campus in Starkville. The arrest occurred at 1:36 a.m., the Daily News is reporting, and…

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  • Galliani not expecting any further AC Milan signings

    Whilst insisting that the club have no desire to sell Alessio Romagnoli, the vice-president also claimed that Milan's market has already closed

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