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  • REPORT: 70 Percent of NFL Fans Believe Catch Rule Should Be Changed

    REPORT: 70 Percent of NFL Fans Believe Catch Rule Should Be Changed

    Back in September of 2010, then-Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson made a spectacular catch against the Chicago Bears to give the team the lead in the waning seconds of the 4th quarter. However, upon further review, the refs ruled it a no-catch because Johnson let go of the ball as he stood up, and we’ve […]

  • Malcolm Jenkins Says NFL Coaches Are STILL Convinced Patriots Are Cheating

    Malcolm Jenkins Says NFL Coaches Are STILL Convinced Patriots Are Cheating

    Malcolm Jenkins may be done with the Patriots on the field, but off the field, he’s still going strong. Speaking on Friday’s edition of Sportscenter, the Eagles safety said that the league and coaches aren’t completely convinced that New England’s days as cheaters are behind them. That comment jives with reports that the Eagles conducted a […]

  • BREAKING: 49ers’ Reuben Foster Arrested; Domestic Violence Suspected

    BREAKING: 49ers’ Reuben Foster Arrested; Domestic Violence Suspected

    Less than a month after being arrested for marijuana possession, Reuben Foster finds himself in trouble once again. The San Francisco 49ers LB, who is coming off a good rookie campaign, found himself with bracelets around his wrists once again, this time for a suspected domestic violence incident. 49ers LB Reuben Foster has been arrested for […]

  • REPORT: Coach Ty Lue Believed Dwyane Wade Was The Locker Room Cancer on Cavs

    REPORT: Coach Ty Lue Believed Dwyane Wade Was The Locker Room Cancer on Cavs

    Last Thursday, the Cavaliers shocked the sports world by completely overhauling their roster and trading away multiple players, most shocking of all being Isaiah Thomas—who had only played 15 games for the team before making his exit. The second shocking move was trading LeBron’s best friend Dwyane Wade back to the team that drafted him, the Miami […]