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San Francisco 49ers Look to Distance Themselves from Kaepernick Disaster

The once mighty San Francisco 49ers bottomed out in 2016 with a dismal 2-14 record and were rewarded with the second pick in this Thursday’s NFL draft. It seems like an eternity since the Niners dominated the NFL as opposing defenses were turned into mincemeat by the dynamic duo of Hall of Famers Joe Montana and Jerry Rice. But as ...

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The Cleveland Browns Are Now on the Clock in Upcoming NFL Draft

One of the more interesting storylines in the upcoming NFL draft is whether the Cleveland Browns will blow it with their two high first round picks, including the number one overall spot. By virtue of their horrendous 2016 record of 1-15, the Browns won the dubious honor of leading off this week’s draft on Thursday night in Philadelphia. The Browns ...

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San Francisco Giants Ace Madison Bumgarner to Miss Months After Dirt Bike Mishap

It’s less than a month into the new baseball season and the San Francisco Giants have already suffered a devastating loss that may adversely impact their playoff hopes. There has been no better model of pitching excellence, consistency, and durability for the National League club than pitcher Madison Bumgarner. The dominating left-hander who can also swing a potent bat has ...

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Break Out the Brooms: Underdog Predators Sweep Blackhawks Out of NHL Playoffs

In what ranks as one of the most surprising playoff upsets in years, the upstart Nashville Predators finished off the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday night. The veteran Blackhawks were blitzed by a younger and hungrier team and unexpectedly found themselves on the wrong end of a three game deficit in a four game series. Last night the Predators lived up ...

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NFL Releases 2017 Regular Season Schedule

After much anticipation, the National Football League has officially released the schedule for the 2017 season. The opener will feature the traditional nationally televised Thursday night showcase game for the reigning champions. This year the New England Patriots will show off their latest Vince Lombardi Trophy in a game against the Kansas City Chiefs. It is a matchup that came ...

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Mighty Chicago Blackhawks Unexpectedly Find Themselves on Thin Ice in NHL Playoffs

In one of the biggest surprises of the first round of the 2017 NHL playoffs, perennial contender Chicago finds themselves in an ugly and very deep 0-3 hole. The Blackhawks have been blitzed by the speedy upstart Nashville Predators, a team that despite eking its way into the postseason has top-seeded Chicago down on the ice with a skate on ...

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Death Of a Thug: Aaron Hernandez Hangs Himself in Prison

Former New England Patriots star tight end Aaron Hernandez was coming off of a big legal win on Friday after he was acquitted in a double murder over a spilled drink. While it was a rare piece of good news for Hernandez it didn’t overcome the fact that he was already serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole ...

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Report: Tampa Bay Buccaneers to be Featured on HBO’s Hard Knocks

According to multiple reports the Tampa Buccaneers will be the featured team in the 2017 edition of the popular pro football reality show Hard Knocks. The long-running HBO series annually selects a squad that will be followed through NFL training camp and the preparations for the upcoming season. It will be a big step for the young Buccaneers who appear ...

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Former NFL Star Turned Vicious Thug Acquitted of Double Murder

Disgraced former NFL star tight end Aaron Hernandez finally caught a break on Friday when he was acquitted of a 2012 double murder in a fracas over a spilled drink. Hernandez served as one of Tom Brady’s top targets when the New England Patriots fielded a potent two tight end offense with the versatile former Florida Gator lining up all ...

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Devoted Hockey Fan Stabbed in Head with Screwdriver, Watches Playoff Game Anyway

In a story coming out of the Steel City that sets new standards for fan dedication, a Pittsburgh man who was stabbed in the head delayed receiving medical treatment until after he watched the Penguins playoff opener. The 43-year old victim was assaulted with a screwdriver by a disgruntled customer at the auto detail shop that he owned but refused ...

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Magic Man: Tim Tebow Homers in First At-Bat for Columbia Fireflies

The legend of Tim Tebow is alive and well and growing by the day. During his first game with the South Atlantic League Columbia Fireflies, the former NFL quarterback and Florida Gators great hit a towering home run in his very first at-bat. Tim Tebow with a homerun in his first at-bat! #LetsGlow pic.twitter.com/82cV2y573N — Columbia Fireflies (@ColaFireflies) April 7, ...

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2017 Major League Baseball Season Opens with Three Sunday Games

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Buy me some peanuts and crackerjack, baseball season is finally opening today. The pursuit of the World Series trophy commences with all 30 teams equal at 0-0 and six months ahead of them. Everyone’s favorite holiday. #OpeningDay (via MLB Fans) https://t.co/M9nmmCpwkB pic.twitter.com/DfJgQE4YWb — MLB (@MLB) April 2, 2017 The three games on Sunday are all division games. The very first ...

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America’s Coach John Tortorella Leads NHL Blue Jackets into Uncharted Territory

John Tortorella’s team is on one heck of a roll these days. The unheralded Columbus Blue Jackets are nipping at the skates of the Washington Capitals for the top spot in the Eastern Conference and home ice advantage in the playoffs. As the grueling death march of the NHL’s postseason nears, the journeyman coach and his battling bunch are well ...

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Gonzaga and North Carolina to Meet for NCAA Basketball Title

After three grueling weeks, the NCAA men’s basketball tournament has produced the two teams who will duel for the title. Saturday’s semifinal contests were both close affairs in which the Gonzaga Bulldogs and North Carolina Tar Heels struggled to put away their pesky upstart foes. Gonzaga took the early game against the surprising South Carolina Gamecocks 77-73 after nearly blowing ...

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