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The Steelers Are Right Not To Give Into Le’Veon

     Allow me to say this before we get started. I really wanted the Steelers and Le’Veon Bell to come together and get this deal done. If you’ve known me to talk about Le’Veon, I’ve often faulted his agent for the running back’s public outcry for being underpaid. 893 more words


Dan Graziano predicts Cowboys will win a Super Bowl in next three years

Last week, Tony Romo predicted the Jaguars would face the Packers in the Super Bowl this season. Now, ESPN’s Dan Graziano is predicting Romo’s former team will win one ring in the next three years. 345 more words


NFL 2018 predictions: Who will rise and who will fall

In the midst of NBA free agency and the MLB All-Star game passing by, it means the NFL season is nearly upon us. Less than two months until the Eagles host the Falcons to open the season, teams are already claiming their right to post-season glory, while others are languishing in limbo with question marks scattered amongst their camps. 1,795 more words


Detroit Lions one of three NFL teams not on Forbes' 50 most valuable sports teams

Although they house the fourth highest paid player in the NFL in QB Matthew Stafford, the Detroit Lions, with a valuation of $1.7 billion, was ONE of just THREE NFL franchises not listed in… 386 more words

CP3 Celebrity Invitational

The CP3 Celebrity Invitational is a televised bowling event that is hosted by the Professional Bowlers Tour. In January of 2015, my mother and I attended the event at AMF Bowl O Drome Lanes and we got to see the Professional Bowlers bowl with Chris Paul and other famous celebrities: Terrell Owens, Chris Hardwick, Nick Cannon, Jesse Williams, and French Montana. 112 more words


Aliso Viejo Man Pleads Guilty to Federal Wire Fraud, Running $6 Million Scheme to Defraud Investors in Resale of Tickets

A 49-year-old Aliso Viejo man pleaded guilty to federal wire fraud and running a $6 million scheme to defraud investors promised money from Super Bowl and World Cup tickets to be resold. 230 more words

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The current Steelers offense compared to its two prior Super Bowl teams

In another post, we compared the relative strengths of the Steelers current defensive starters with those of its last two Super Bowl teams: the 2008 team that beat the Cardinals and the 2010 team that lost in a thriller to the Pack. 817 more words

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