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DeSean Jackson Injures Shoulder at Redskins Practice

DeSean Jackson Injures Shoulder at Redskins Practice

DeSean Jackson isn’t the most physically imposing guy, so when you play a game like football, injuries are bound to happen. But not this way. Jackson hurt his shoulder at Redskins practice by hitting a blocking sled. He suffered a separated shoulder and is expected to miss a few weeks. Washington Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson [...]

August 6, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0

Arian Foster Injures Groin in Practice, May Need Surgery

Arian Foster Injures Groin in Practice, May Need Surgery

NFL training camp and preseason can be a scary time as there’s always a fear of injury. It happens every year and it looks like the Texans’s Arian Foster is the first big name to go down. Foster injured his groin in practice and may be out a while. In fact, he may even require [...]

August 6, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0

Cardinals’ Michael Floyd Dislocates Three Fingers at Practice

Cardinals’ Michael Floyd Dislocates Three Fingers at Practice

The practice injuries continue in the NFL. Next up is Michael Floyd of the Cardinals, who dislocated 3 fingers at practice on Wednesday. That’s pretty impressive. He’s expected to miss the entire preseason but should be on the field early in the season for Arizona. Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd is expected to miss [...]

August 6, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0

Seahawks, Russell Wilson Agree on 4-Year, $87.6M Extension

Seahawks, Russell Wilson Agree on 4-Year, $87.6M Extension

Kam Chancellor may be holding out for the Seahawks, but that’s probably because the team has been too busy deciding how much money they were going to give Russell Wilson. Today, we learned that number is $87.6 million over 4 years with $60 million guaranteed. This thrusts Wilson in the category of the highest paid [...]

August 4, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0

Adrian Beltre Hits For Third Cycle of Career

Adrian Beltre Hits For Third Cycle of Career

Adrian Beltre loves playing in Arlington, Texas. On Monday, he had a nice day at the plate, hitting for the cycle. This was actually his third time hitting for the cycle in his career and they’ve all come where the Texas Rangers call home: twice as a member of the Rangers and once as a [...]

August 4, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Jameis Winston Named Buccaneers Starting QB

Jameis Winston Named Buccaneers Starting QB

We’re barely into camp for NFL teams, but Jameis Winston has shown enough to already be named the starting QB for the Bucs. Word on the internet was that he had looked very good in minicamp and OTAs. This would confirm that. Gone are the days where highly-regarded rookie QBs have to sit and wait [...]

August 4, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0

Danny Garcia Batters Paulie Malignaggi in Welterweight Debut

Danny Garcia Batters Paulie Malignaggi in Welterweight Debut

Last Saturday night in Brooklyn, Danny Garcia remained undefeated in his welterweight debut, stopping popular veteran Paulie Malignaggi in Round 9. It was a one-sided fight from the opening round. Garcia emerged as one of the sport’s hottest young stars in 2013, when he won the WBC 140-pound belt from Erik Morales, then unified it [...]

August 4, 2015 Briggs Seekins Boxing, Headlines 0

On This Day in Boxing History: Archie Moore and Howard “Honeyboy” King Fight to a Draw

On This Day in Boxing History: Archie Moore and Howard “Honeyboy” King Fight to a Draw

On this date in 1958, the Old Mongoose, Archie Moore, fought to a draw with journeyman heavyweight Howard “Honeyboy” King. From 1952 to 1962, Moore held the light heavyweight championship while campaigning frequently in the heavyweight division. This decade has to rank as one of the most impressive stretches of any boxing career. Moore would [...]

August 4, 2015 Briggs Seekins Boxing, Headlines 0

Brady Court Battle Moved to New York

Brady Court Battle Moved to New York

Tom Brady and the player’s association are taking Roger Goodell and the NFL to court. Not necessarily to determine whether or not Brady knew footballs were deflated, but to question the NFL’s process in this matter. Initially it appeared as if this case would be heard in Minnesota, but it has been moved to New [...]

July 30, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, Hot Seat, NFL 0

Ranking the Heavyweight Division 1-6

Ranking the Heavyweight Division 1-6

While Deontay Wilder holds the WBC version of the heavyweight championship, there’s no room for reasonable debate about who holds the true heavyweight crown in professional boxing. Wladimir Klitschko has the lineal, WBA, WBO and IBF versions of the belts. He’s been a dominant force at the top of the division for almost this entire [...]

July 30, 2015 Briggs Seekins Boxing, Headlines 0