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Reports Indicate Jason Pierre-Paul Injures Hand In Fireworks Accident

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BOCA RATON (CBSMiami) – New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul reportedly suffered a serious hand injury in a Fourth of July fireworks accident near his South Florida home. 139 more words


Adam Schefter says on Sportscenter low optimism surrounds Bell's appeal

ESPN reporter Adam Schefter said on Sportscenter Tuesday there wasn’t a strong feeling of optimism surrounding the appeal of suspension entered by Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell. 193 more words

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Tony Romo, Fantasy Football, and the NFL's Bizarre Hypocrisies on Gambling

This week’s Glass Half Empty podcast guest is David Purdum, who reports on gambling for ESPN. We spent much of the time discussing Tony Romo, who was irate at the way in which the NFL put the kibosh on a fantasy football convention in Las Vegas that he’d been organizing, and tried to figure out where exactly the NFL draws the line in terms of gambling and casino affiliations. 1,371 more words


Anthony Davis Retires from NFL at Age 25: "This will be a time for me to allow my Brain and Body a chance to heal."

Bleacher Report — The hits keep coming for the San Francisco 49ers, as star offensive tackle Anthony Davis is stepping away from the NFL.

Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Davis released a statement: 144 more words


Social Media can be Beneficial for Sports Journalists

If you read my last post you know that social media is very addicting, this means a very large number of people use it. For journalists this means that if they use it correctly, there careers will take off. 319 more words

Adam Schefter Discusses Deflategate and Michigan Football

On Monday, Ryan Ermani and Rico Beard were joined by NFL Insider, Adam Schefter, to talk about the deflategate scandal in the NFL. Schefter also discusses Michigan’s new football head coach, Jim Harbaugh. – Listen at DetroitSports1051.com


Wilkerson won't participate in OTAs

Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson will not participate in OTAs, which started Tuesday (Cimini, May 19).

Wilkerson is entering the final year of his contract and is due to earn $6.96 million in 2015. 118 more words