The Aaron Rodgers vaccine lie exposes Stephen A. Smith and others hypocrisy once again

When the news regarding Aaron Rodgers ,not only testing positive for COVID-19 but also the fact that he had previously lied about his vaccination status, broke I intentionally waited before immediately grabbing my iPad to type an article because I was curious to see what the response from the media, but the sports media in particular, would be, particularly juxtaposed with the response they have had to the Kyrie Irving situation. Sure enough they did not let me down with their response, or lack thereof. The media has had Kyrie…

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NFL x HBCU Open House begins August 30

Courtesy of NFL PR/Communications The NFL Football Operations department will host the 2nd Annual NFL + HBCU Open House on Monday, August 30, 2021. The annual event was designed to bring together stakeholders across the Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) and football landscapes to discuss the portfolio of existing NFL initiatives, areas of opportunity, and to further strengthen relationships.  Participants will hear from various speakers from NFL leadership and personnel from departments in football strategy, development, data and analytics, talent acquisition, experienceship program and more. In addition to the Open House, the department…

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HOF Florida State University football coach Bobby Bowden passes at 91

From Tyler Conway of B/R: Legendary Florida State football coach Bobby Bowden died Sunday. He was 91. Bowden was diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer last month. “I’ve always tried to serve God’s purpose for my life, on and off the field, and I am prepared for what is to come,” Bowden said in a statement announcing his illness. “My wife Ann and our family have been life’s greatest blessing. I am at peace.” Bowden had been in declining health since being diagnosed with COVID-19 last October. One of the most decorated coaches in college…

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Breaking: Aaron Rodgers and Packers close to deal

From Rob Goldberg of B\R Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers are reportedly close to an agreement that could see the veteran quarterback play his final season with the franchise. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported the Packers “are offering concession” to ensure Rodgers’ return for the 2021 season but added it “would help set up” the quarterback’s “departure from Green Bay after this season.” Earlier Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported Rodgers had “indicated to people close to him” that he planned to return to the Packers and play this season.…

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Bobby Bowden announces he has terminal illness

Unfortunate news out of Tallahassee. From Brian Jones at popculture.com Legendary Florida State football coach Bobby Bowden has been diagnosed with a terminal illness, he and his family announced Wednesday. This news comes nearly after a year the 91-year-old Hall of Fame coach was hospitalized after contracting COVID-19. Bowden didn’t reveal his condition in the statement. “I’ve always tried to serve God’s purpose for my life, on and off the field, and I am prepared for what is to come,” Bowden said in a statement released by Florida State. “My wife Ann and…

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Supreme court rules against NCAA in athlete compensation dispute

Monday the Supreme Court ruled unanimously (9-0) against the NCAA in a dispute over limitations on types of compensation that athlete-student can receive. The Justice Neil Gorsuch penned decision will pave the way for athletes to finally being able to partake in the mountains of cash they generate for everyone else.

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Deshaun Watson wins court battle to reveal names of accusers

From Charles Robinson of yahoo sports  HOUSTON — In a decision that is expected to impact nearly all 22 of the civil lawsuit cases against Deshaun Watson, a judge ruled that the Houston Texans quarterback has the legal right to know the name of one of the Jane Doe plaintiffs who is accusing him of sexual assault. U.S. District Court Judge Dedra Davis ruled in favor of Watson’s attorney Rusty Hardin during an emergency hearing Friday requesting that a Jane Doe plaintiff must re-file her civil suit against the quarterback…

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Dolphins move back up to no.6 pick after deal with Eagles

From Micheal David Smith of Pro Football Talk On a wild day of trading in the NFL, the Dolphins have now made two big moves. Shortly after pulling off a blockbuster trade with the 49ers to send the third overall pick to San Francisco, the Eagles have traaded the 49ers’ 2021 first-round pick, No. 12 overall, to the Eagles. Philadelphia will ship the sixth overall pick in this year’s draft to Miami for No. 12 overall and a 2022 first-round pick. (The Eagles will also ship the 156th overall pick…

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49ers make deal with Dolphins to acquire 2021 no.3 overall pick

The San Francisco 49ers have made the first splash of the NFL draft season with a move to the acquire the Miami Dolphins’ third overall pick. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, San Francisco is sending two 2021 picks, which includes their no.12 overall selection and the 102 pick , as well as first round picks in 2022 and 2023.

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The media wants you forget about Chad Wheeler

Do you remember Chad Wheeler? It seems that the sports and mainstream media do not want you to as they have had very little to say about him. Allow me to refresh your memory: Chad Wheeler is a former reserve lineman for the Seattle Seahawks who nearly beat his girlfriend to death in late January. You probably did not hear about it but Wheeler was charged with first-degree domestic violence assault, a felony; domestic violence unlawful imprisonment, a felony; and resisting arrest, a misdemeanor. You also may not have heard…

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