NFL Opening Week: Our Picks, Tips & Predictions For This Week’s Games

The NFL returned on Thursday in dramatic fashion, as a rematch of the Super Bowl kicked things off properly. Cam Newton took quite a bit of punishment, putting his team in position to attempt a game winning field goal, but the kick sailed wide, clinching the game for Denver.Now on Sunday, we get a full slate of NFL games, so, in keeping with our amazing run through the playoff of picking out right winners, we thought we would do it for the full season just to see how damn good we re... Read More

Entire Seattle Seahawks Team Consider Joining Protest Of National Anthem

Football fan or not, almost everyone knows about the controversy surrounding the recent protest by San Francisco 49ers Quarterback Colin Kaepernick.Kaepernick's silent protest during the National Anthem has gathered a lot of attention and criticism from many, but he has also gotten support from other athletes like Megan Rapinoe and Eric Reid. For Reid and Kaepernick, it looks like there's a chance they won't... Read More

Simone Biles and Zac Efron — Does It Get Any Cuter Than This?

Back in March, gymnastic wunderkind Simone Biles visited the Ellen Show and admitted that she had the biggest crush on actor Zac Efron. She told Ellen that she had a life-sized cardboard cutout of Efron that she would occasionally kiss, and Ellen -- being Ellen -- then gifted Biles with a leotard that was completely covered in images of the actor.This was the start of what ... Read More

Ryan Lochte Apologizes For Rio Incident, Fellow Swimmer Gunnar Bentz Speaks Out

Ryan Lochte apologized on Friday for misrepresenting an incident in a gas station in Rio, where he claimed that he and a group of other swimmers were robbed at gunpoint.Brazilian police have d... Read More

A Yankees Fan’s Goodbye To Alex Rodriguez

22 years. 2, 784 games. 2, 086 hits. 696 home runs.The New York Yankees notched their 59th win of the 2016 season early evening on August 12th, but most importantly, the Yankees' faithful watched as one player said goodbye to his time in pinstripes.Some infield dirt in his pocket, an RBI double and a victory to his name, and Alex Rodriguez's time as a Yankees baseball player is over.It came to surprise many on August 7th when Rodriguez ca... Read More

Umpire Ejects Lewd Fan At Phillies Game

From little league to the major leagues, baseball is one of America's favorite pastimes. Sometimes the support from the home crowd can help motivate the team to win the big game, other times, fans can get a little too into the game. Then they have got to go...With two outs in the top of the 6th inning, the Phillies were holding on to a one run advantage over the visiting Giants with a 7 to 6 score. Before Luis Garcia could decide on a pitch, the umpire called time, resulting in the... Read More

16 Year Old Laurie Hernandez Lands Trip To Rio

The 2016 Summer Olympics at Rio are less than a month away and America is finding out exactly who will be representing the United States and hopefully bringing home the gold in their respective sports.This week, we discovered the five young women who stuck the landing and earned a spot on the US Women's Gymnastics team. The team will be featuring some returning Olympians, such as defending champion Gabby Douglas and the unforgettable Aly Raisman, who also helped secure the gold for... Read More

Wrestling Legend, The Brooklyn Brawler, Released From WWE After More Than 30 Years

Professional Wrestling veteran, The Brooklyn Brawler, has officially been released by the WWE after more than 30 years with the company, Pro Wrestling Insider reports.The wife of Bobby "The Brain" Heenan, who once managed the Brawler, confirmed it on Twitter.

‘A League Of Their Own’ Reunion Game For #BvilleFilmFest

Girls can play baseball, and the world would be remiss to forget about the All American Girls Professional Baseball League that proved just that.This year, Arvest Ballpark, home of the Northwest Arkansas Naturals, will be hosting the 2nd Annual A League of Their Own Reunion Game as part of the Brentonville Film Festival. The game was inspired by BFF co-founder Ge... Read More

NFL Acknowledges Link Between Sport And CTE

In a clip from a round-table discussion between lawmakers and NFL representatives provided by Reuters and cited in a New York Times article by Ken Belson, Jeff Miller, the N.F.L.’s senior vice president for health and safety policy, acknowledged the link between the sport and CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy).