So much for the city of brotherly love, huh?
Seth Joyner played eight seasons as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles in the late 80's and early 90's and was a two-time Pro Bowler with them. The quarterback for that team of course was none other than the electrifying Randall Cunningham.
Joyner and Cunningham spent nearly a decade going head-to-head in practice, and Joyner admits that in his time against Cunningham there were certainly occasions that drove him to want to strange the four-time Pro Bowler.
Joyner's point being, you're not always going to get along with everybody on the tea
A knockout from a November of 2014 MMA fight is making the rounds on the internet again, and for good reason. If you haven’t seen it, you will be glad you did. The fight took place on November 1, 2014 in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia and featured world-ranked Muay Thai fighter Jonathan “Jungle Doctor” Tuhu and a much larger opponent.
The then 143-pound fighting machine decimated his opponent with a 360-degree kamikaze-style tornado kick, which many deemed to be the Knockout of the Year. Jungle Doctor makes a pretty good case for himself. Judge for yourself.
Oklahoma won the Women’s College World Series earlier this month, and Paige Parker’s pitching was one of the Sooners’ keys to victory. Last week, she got to show off her pitching skills when throwing the first pitch for the Kansas City Royals.
Kansas City’s Drew Butera caught her warm-up pitches, and as the video shows, he wasn’t quite ready for her speed at first.
We’re three days from the start of NBA free agency and the Cleveland Cavaliers still don’t have a general manager. That’s scary stuff, when you consider what the Boston Celtics are trying to do to improve, and what the Houston Rockets are doing. Hell, the Lakers have gotten significantly better.
The Cavs, meanwhile, with the 2nd best player in NBA history just a year away from free agency, aren’t factors at all.
As if that wasn’t enough, this bombshell dropped in Cleveland earlier this week: Cavs owner Dan Gilbert allegedly nearly traded for Paul George and Eric Bledsoe – Cleveland would have lost Kyrie Irving – but when the billionaire went to LeBron asking for assurances he’d stay, The King said he couldn’t do that.
CBS sportscaster James Brown is a welcomed sight in my household, as his robust build and distinct voice typically preludes some good American football. And unlike some of his blowhard colleagues–cough cough Boomer–Brown values solid reporting over headline chasing.
But the man I’ve grown to equate with a solid day of beer drinking and wing eating is no more. He is merely a shell of his former self. In the best way possible. At 66-years-old, The NFL Today host lost 74 pounds, formerly standing 6-foot-5 and weighing 292 pounds late last year to around 218 today.
Bryce Harper's days with the Nationals have been considered numbered for years now, as countless analysts and reporters expect that he'll leave the team in free agency after next season to chase the money and go elsewhere.
Of course, teams like the Yankees have been talked about as possible destinations in the future, but recently Harper himself has hinted at one other contender s his preferred destination: the Chicago Cubs.
Now, Harper is back and dropping more hints that he wants to be a Cubbie one day, or at least play with their biggest star, Kris Bryant.
One of the most baffling eras of New York Knicks basketball appears to be coming to a close. Phil Jackson, the President of the New York Knicks, is reportedly “parting ways” with the organization. This comes after Jackson and Madison Square Garden executive James L. Dolan warred over buying out Carmelo Anthony.
This is welcome relief to Knicks fans, who took to Twitter to celebrate and mock Jackson.
Hey Falcons fans, you might want to see this one.
After blowing the largest lead in Super Bowl history, the hangover from this loss just won't go away. It doesn't help when your tar running back brings it up and calls out the play calling months after it ends, but it's still something that just seems to linger regardless.
Turning it into motivation is easy in theory, but sometimes you even need something to get that fire going.
How about Michael Jordan, the Manning brothers, Kyle Schwarber, Serena Williams, Karl-Anthony Towns, and JJ Watt all coming together to remind you losing is just the first step to greatness? That work?
Sorry, Jerry Jones, but your giant big screen is so yesterday. The Atlanta Falcons’ new $1.6 billion Mercedes-Benz Stadium is where it’s at now. Their 58-by-1,100-foot circular LED board that will ring the the stadium’s roof is going to be “three times as large as the current largest single display board in the NFL.” Oh, here’s another NFL stadium fun fact for you: the video board at EverBank Field in Jacksonville is also actually larger than the one in Jerry World too. Ha!