Vikings QB Bridgewater cleared to practice

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, who has not played or practiced since suffering a dislocated left knee and torn ACL more than 13 months ago, was cleared to return to practice, according to multiple reports Monday. Bridgewater was cleared by the doctor who performed the surgery last year, a source with direct knowledge of the exam… Continue reading “Vikings QB Bridgewater cleared to practice”

Dale Earnhardt Jr. weighs in on his wife’s once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

Dale Earnhardt Jr Amy Earnhardt As the wife of a NASCAR superstar in the midst of his last season before retirement, Amy Earnhardt gets a number of cool opportunities to do some really cool things. But this cool thing — well, it just might be the most exciting yet. “I just found out that I get… Continue reading “Dale Earnhardt Jr. weighs in on his wife’s once-in-a-lifetime opportunity”

Chaos strikes college football as No. 2 Clemson falls on Friday night

This could prove to be one of the biggest results this season in college football. No. 2 Clemson fell on the road on Friday night, as the Tigers were upset at Syracuse by a 27-24 score. Clemson had the ball late with a chance to tie or take the lead, and a questionable decision will come… Continue reading “Chaos strikes college football as No. 2 Clemson falls on Friday night”

Red Wings: Man not banned for hurling octopus in Little Caesars Arena

A Detroit Red Wings spokesman said Wednesday that no lifetime bans were issued as a result of anyone tossing an octopus on the ice during the first hockey game at Little Caesars Arena on Oct. 5. Multiple news outlets have reported that the Wings gave a lifetime ban to a Windsor man for tossing the first… Continue reading “Red Wings: Man not banned for hurling octopus in Little Caesars Arena”

Michael Wilbon compares Jerry Jones to a slave owner

On the same day that Jemele Hill was suspended from ESPN for tweeting about politics, another network personality, Michael Wilbon, compared Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to a slave owner. Mr. Wilbon, co-host of “Pardon the Interruption,” took issue with Mr. Jones’ stance that players who do not stand for the national anthem before football games… Continue reading “Michael Wilbon compares Jerry Jones to a slave owner”

Roger Goodell says players should stand during anthem

President Trump ramped up Tuesday his criticism of the NFL by calling for eliminating the league’s “massive tax breaks” as team owners scramble to stop players from protesting during the national anthem. “Why is the NFL getting massive tax breaks while at the same time disrespecting our Anthem, Flag and Country?” said Mr. Trump in an… Continue reading “Roger Goodell says players should stand during anthem”

Mike Ditka: ‘No oppression in last 100 years’

CHICAGO — Former Chicago Bears star and coach Mike Ditka, an adamant critic of National Football League players kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial discrimination, said Monday in a national radio interview that this country has been free of oppression for at least a century. “All of a sudden, it’s become a big deal… Continue reading “Mike Ditka: ‘No oppression in last 100 years’”

Red Wings open new arena with 4-2 win over Wild

DETROIT — Henrik Zetterberg whipped a wrist shot through the pads of Devan Dubynk midway through the third period, snapping a 2-2 tie and rallying the Detroit Red Wings to a 4-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Thursday night in the opening game at Little Caesars Arena. The Detroit captain gathered up a loose puck… Continue reading “Red Wings open new arena with 4-2 win over Wild”

MLB bombshell: Red Sox illegally stole signs from Yankees using Apple device

Now this should add a twist to the best rivalry in baseball. According to a report from The New York Times, the Boston Red Sox have been found to steal signs from the Yankees and other teams in baseball, with an Apple Watch at the forefront of the heist. Investigators for Major League Baseball have determined… Continue reading “MLB bombshell: Red Sox illegally stole signs from Yankees using Apple device”

Report: Raiders’ Sebastian Janikowski balks at reworking contract

ALAMEDA, Calif. — Sebastian Janikowski, who hasn’t seen the field since the Raiders’ second exhibition game, is at an impasse with the Raiders over his contract, according to an ESPN report Monday. Janikowski, 39, is in the last year of a contract in which he is scheduled to make $4,050,000, making him the fourth highest paid… Continue reading “Report: Raiders’ Sebastian Janikowski balks at reworking contract”