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Terrelle Pryor

NFL Rumors – Seattle Seahawks Not Going to Help Terrelle Pryor

Posted on 22 Apr, 2014, by in Football

The Seattle Seahawks wanted a better backup quarterback, so they traded a seventh-round draft pick they probably won’t regret losing for Terrelle Pryor of the Oakland Raiders, which for them means a decent insurance policy in case Russell Wilson is injured, but for him is nothing more than another team that’s going to sit him an entire season on the bench. More

Barry Sanders

NFC North – Tampa Bay Buccaneers More Recent Champions Than Detroit Lions

Posted on 20 Apr, 2014, by in Football

One franchise that’s always easy to find something bad to say about happens to be the Detroit Lions. Decades of failure and limited success at best. Division championships aren’t exactly something to remember for years, but even in that category a team that hasn’t been in the division for a very long time has a more recent division title there, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. More

Aldon Smith

San Francsico 49ers & Aldon Smith – To Keep or to Cut?

Posted on 16 Apr, 2014, by in Football

It’s hard to argue about Aldon Smith and what he means on the field for the San Francisco 49ers. However, his problems with the law and with alcohol might mean that one of the more talented pass rushers in the NFL won’t get his fifth-year option picked up by the team, and if push comes to shove he might even be released before the 2014 NFL season. More

Jameis Winston

Jameis Winston Case – What the Tallahassee Police Did Wrong

Posted on 16 Apr, 2014, by in Football

Justice is an abstract notion, and too many people that there are a few too many unanswered question marks about the alleged rape charges against Jameis Winston, the Heisman winner from Florida State, and according to a very interesting piece by the New York Times (A Star Player Accused, and a Flawed Rape Investigation), better police work by the Tallahassee department could have brought everyone a much clearer version of the truth. More

Notre Dame stadium

Notre Dame Stadium – Finally Moving to Artificial Turf

Posted on 13 Apr, 2014, by in Football

Maintaining natural grass fields in football stadiums is getting more difficult in the Midwest and Northeast, so Notre Dame are moving ahead with the times and installing artificial turf to end the talk and speculation that comes each year around spring time about whether or not to change or keep things as they are. More

Sammy Watkins

NFL Rumors – Detroit Lions Interested in Drafting Sammy Watkins

Posted on 10 Apr, 2014, by in Football

The last two years haven’t been very successful for the Detroit Lions, who keep looking for ways to improve their offense by adding skill players for their quarterback to utilize. Sammy Watkins coming out of Clemson and maybe the best wide receiver in this draft class is someone they might be willing to trade up for. More

Will Smith

NFL Rumors – New England Patriots Closest to Signing Will Smith

Posted on 9 Apr, 2014, by in Football

Despite not playing a single game last season due to an injury, Will Smith has a list of suitors interested in his fading pass rushing skills. Of those interested in him, the New England Patriots are probably the team closest to eventually picking him up. More

Josh Freeman

NFL Rumors – Chicago Bears Interested in Signing Josh Freeman

Posted on 8 Apr, 2014, by in Football

The Chicago Bears are looking to add depth at quarterback not to mention some experience and quality, and are offering something of a career lifeline to Josh Freeman, who is coming off a nightmarish season, hoping that the road back to a starting position might begin with this opportunity. More

A Football

College Athletes Unionizing – Alabama & Texas Make More Money Than the NHL & Most of the NBA

Posted on 7 Apr, 2014, by in Basketball, Featured, Football

Once College Basketball for 2014 is over, the main thing in college sports that will grab the headlines will be the first steps in the attempt of college athletes, mostly football players, to unionize with the main goal starting to get paid for their services to universities, which means being given a piece of the huge money pie that is College Athletics, mostly coming from TV Deals. More

Notre Dame & ACC

College Football Realignment – Notre Dame & The ACC Tease

Posted on 6 Apr, 2014, by in Football

There’s just too much money in it for Notre Dame to completely give up on being independent. They’re playing more against ACC opponents this season yes, but it seems that the big wave of conference realignments are over, with many waiting to see if the Fighting Irish finally make the unspeakable change of actually becoming part of a conference. More