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NFL Jaguars Wrote Letter Apologizing to Veterans for National Anthem Protest

Even as it becomes abundantly clear that the National Football League isn’t going to lift a finger to stop the national anthem protests, one team has had to admit that they were offensive and disrespectful to America. The Jacksonville Jaguars offended local military groups when their players – along with owner Shahid Khan – protested the Star-Spangled banner while playing ...

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What’s up with the Yankees’ ‘Thumbs Down’ celebration?

Yankees Thumbs Down Gesture

If you’ve just started watching the New York Yankees in the postseason, you may have seen the players showing thumbs down after good plays, hits, and home runs. So why are the Yankees doing that? Where other teams use the spotlight, long-distance high-five or other obviously positive gestures to show appreciation for teammates’ awesome feats, the Yankees were given a ...

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Al Michaels Forced to Apologize for Harvey Weinstein Joke on Sunday Night Football

Longtime NFL television announcer Al Michaels was forced to profusely apologize after he made an on-air joke about accused Hollywood sexual predator Harvey Weinstein on Sunday night. During the third quarter of the New York Giants upset win over the listless Denver Broncos, Michaels – who is a conservative – cracked wise about the disgraced Democrat donor and it instantaneously ...

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Packers to Pass on Toxic Kaepernick Despite Loss of Star QB to Injury

The race-baiting puppeteers who have been pulling the strings of their poodle-haired dupe Colin Kaepernick have been doing the man no favors when it comes to salvaging any last vestiges of his once-promising NFL career. The Green Bay Packers who only days ago were thought of as a Super Bowl contender until superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers suffered a likely season-ending ...

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Aaron Judge Leads Yankees, Cuts Astros ALCS Lead to 2-1

The best cure for the offensively struggling New York Yankees was a return to the Bronx where the bombers were unleashed on Monday night. Following a pair of 2-1 losses to the Houston Astros, the Yankees faced a must-win game three if they hoped to climb back into the American League Championship Series and cut the Astros lead in half. Thanks ...

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Weekend of Upsets Reshape College Football Playoff Picture

One can be forgiven for thinking that they were watching the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament considering the number of upsets that took place over the weekend. Four of college football’s top ten teams went down to defeat on Friday and Saturday, led by the number two overall Clemson Tigers – the defending NCAA champions who were shocked by Syracuse 27-24 ...

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Los Angeles Dodgers Go Two Up on Cubbies as NLCS Heads to Wrigley

It was a weekend to forget for the reigning MLB champion Chicago Cubs who dropped both games on the left coast to the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Cubs could have been expected to struggle in the opener following a grueling series against the Washington Nationals that culminated in winning an elimination game on Thursday. The prize? A coast-to-coast trip and ...

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Vikings Win, Packers Star QB May Be Out for Season

The Minnesota Vikings beat the Green Bay Packers Sunday in a scrappy all-around game. The Vikings’ 23-10 win was their second straight in the division. The Packers lost Aaron Rodgers to a broken right collarbone in the first quarter, when Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr knocked him to the ground after Rodgers threw a pass to Martellus Bennett. The Packers have suffered ...

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Verlander Stifles Yankees as Astros Take Two-Game ALCS Lead

The Houston Astros took the first two games of the American League Championship Series from the New York Yankees by identical 2-1 scores. The potent Yankees lineup has been stifled by great Houston pitching and on Saturday, Justin Verlander pitched a complete game, striking out thirteen. He has to be a happy man having escaped Detroit in a late-season trade ...

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Networks chicken out on National Anthem – Fox and ESPN won’t show

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Are the Fox Sports and ESPN protesting the National Anthem now? Both networks told CNN that they won’t air the pre-game ceremony for weekend games as well as Monday Night Football. Fox said the network won’t be showing the anthem live, but that the cameras “are always rolling so if something happens, we will be sure to cover it.” ESPN ...

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Second Ranked Clemson Tigers Upset Loss to Syracuse Shakes Up NCAA Title Picture

The reigning NCAA football champion Clemson Tigers are going to need a lot of luck if they are to defend their title come January 2018. Unheralded Syracuse sprung the 27-24 upset which nobody saw coming. Whether it will knock the Tigers out of the playoffs is unlikely, it is a non-conference opponent and Clemson can still win the ACC if ...

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Burgess Owens Sides With President Trump on NFL Controversy

Former NFL star Burgess Owens has come out big with his support for President Trump in regards to his handling of the National Football League controversy. Owens has been on Fox and Friends, Tucker Carlson tonight and even Hannity to discuss his thoughts on players kneeling for the national anthem. Owens said this is not a black or white American ...

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Tennessee Titans Player Threatens to Quit NFL If He Can’t Protest National Anthem

Tempers continue to flare over the NFL’s hot mess of the national anthem protests that have already turned off millions of loyal fans who are disgusted by the spectacle of haughty millionaire black jocks disrespecting the flag. Just when it appeared like Commissioner Roger Goodell was finally going to exert his authority to end the divisive displays on the sidelines, ...

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