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  • Zach Mettenberger

    Steelers New QB Hero; Zach Mettenberger

    Steelers third-string quarterback Zach Mettenberger, claimed off waivers last Wednesday, playfully wore Ben Roethlisberger’s No. 7 jersey at practice on Monday.   “I think it was just a little joke played on me by the actual No. 7,” said Mettenberger courtesy of “I used to wear No. 7 when I was at Tennessee. I […] More

  • Megan Rapinoe

    Megan Rapinoe Joins Kaepernick With Protest

    U.S. Women’s soccer star Megan Rapinoe joined San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in protest on Sunday night, kneeling in solidarity during the national anthem and saying being a “homosexual american,” helped her empathize with the struggle for minority rights.   Rapinoe to me on taking a knee for anthem: I’m disgusted w way Colin […] More

  • Tom Brady

    Is Brady Protesting The NFL?

    San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has been in the news all week for his pick of quiet protest, but he may not have been the only signal-caller making a statement on Thursday night.   As he watched the New England Patriots play with the New York Giants in their own preseason finale, eagle eyed […] More

  • Kerri Walsh Jennings

    Volleyball Olympian Kerri Walsh Jennings Boycotting Chicago Beach Volleyball Event

    Four-time Olympic medalist Kerri Walsh Jennings says she’s boycotting an event on the AVP national beach volleyball tour because of two rule experiments that weren’t “really discussed with players ahead.”   Walsh Jennings said in a 950-word Facebook post on Wednesday that she and her husband, Casey Jennings, are skipping the event in Chicago this […] More

  • Colin Kaepernick

    Colin Kaepernick’s Protest?

    A week ago, Colin Kaepernick’s football problem was represented by his future with the San Francisco 49ers. Today, it’s a little less easy. The quarterback’s national anthem protest has put the organization at complicated crossroads, where the realities of performance, salary and protest all unite into the exact same lane.   The 49ers have less […] More

  • Lebron James

    Lebron To Possible Play In 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics

    Even after the United States men’s basketball team got the better of Serbia to win its third straight Olympic gold medal, you’d have trouble placing this group among the greatest teams in USA history.   For all the great athletes who decided to bypass the 2016 Rio Olympics, there was one whose absence was felt […] More

  • Summerslam

    WWE: Summerslam

    The 29th edition of WWE SummerSlam promises to be one of the biggest events that the WWE has ever hosted. Two of the sport’s celebrities, Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton will square off one more time to see who’s really the best pound-for-pound fighter in the ring at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. With […] More

  • Alabama

    Alabama Rated #1 At The Start Of NCAA Season

    The preseason AP Top 25 Poll is beginning exactly the same way it ended last year with Alabama No. 1 and Clemson No. 2.   The Tide is the No. 1 team for the third time under coach Nick Saban, but that might not be a good thing.   Despite losing several players to the […] More

  • Gabby Douglas

    Gabby Douglas Lifted By Social Media In Rio

    After placing seventh out of eight opponents on uneven bars, this was a down-note ending to an Olympic experience where Gabby Douglas coped with criticism that was significant on social media for her perceived lack of enthusiasm and even patriotism. Gabby Douglas had to fight back tears.   She felt she hadn’t performed to her […] More

  • Ryan Lochte

    Ryan Lochte Back In U.S. Turns Drama Filled Olympics Into A News Frenzy

    Three detained American swimmers “were collaborating” and supplying “further statements to the Brazilian authorities” on Thursday, based on the United States Olympic Committee.   It’s happening at the so-called Rio Tourist Police station near Ipanema Beach, where a massive throng of international media are stationed for a prep talk.   Yeah, it’s come to this: […] More

  • Simone Biles

    Simone Biles Wins 4th Medal In Rio

    America’s Olympic golden girl finished the gymnastics competition as she should, winning another Olympic gold medal.   She became the first woman gymnast since 1968 to win four (out of six possible) gold medals at one Olympics, adding floor exercise, all around and vault. She also won bronze in balance beam.   Fellow American Aly […] More

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