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  • In retirement, Martin fights for those who can't
    Curtis Martin rose above the violent and gang-infested community of his youth to become a Hall of Famer. But it's his post-playing mission that fulfills him. More

  • Controversy surrounds Seattle Seahawks' key FG block in victory over Minnesota Vikings
    The Minnesota Vikings were deprived of three points Monday night when Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner apparently used illegal means to block a fourth-quarter field goal attempt. Wagner put his hands on two teammates as he leaped over the offensive linemen en route to swatting down a 47-yard field goal try by Minnesota's Dan Bailey. Former NFL officiating chief Mike Pereira, now a TV analyst for FOX, tweeted, "Lots of talk about the Wagner block. More

  • Eagles bail out officials on phantom pass interference call in loss to Cowboys
    Sunday’s Dallas Cowboys win over the Philadelphia Eagles almost had a very different storyline. With the Philadelphia Eagles trailing 23-16 in the fourth quarter, quarterback Carson Wentz found tight end Dallas Goedert for what looked like a huge 75-yard touchdown pass to tie the game. A flag was thrown near the point of the catch close to midfield before Goedert broke through the Dallas secondary for the score. More

  • Le'Veon Bell celebrates Steelers' shocking loss to Raiders
    Le'Veon Bell continues to snipe at the Steelers with subtle social media digs. More

  • Former Packers coach Winston Moss: 'Aaron Rodgers has been the coach for nine years'
    Joe Philbin’s first major move last week as Green Bay Packers interim head coach was to fire associate head coach/linebackers coach Winston Moss. Moss had been with the Packers since 2006, hired by Mike McCarthy to be part of his staff when McCarthy was named the team’s head coach. More

  • Report: Marlins, Mets, Yankees have discussed three-team trade involving J.T. Realmuto
    Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports that the Marlins, Mets, and Yankees have had discussions about a three-team trade in which Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto would go to the Mets. It’s not known which other players were discussed in the deal, but Rosenthal notes that the Mets wouldn’t be willing to part with Noah Syndergaard if they are only getting Realmuto in return. More

  • Jameis Winston gets involved in heated sideline discussion
    It hasn’t been an ideal kind of season for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Sunday was a microcosm of this entire flailing season. Up 11 points on the New Orleans Saints, the Bucs proceeded to give up 25 unanswered points and lose 28-14. Fox Sports cameras caught a Tampa Bay sideline fracas, as quarterback Jameis Winston and center Ryan Jensen engaged in a rather heated difference of opinion. More

  • NFL Power Rankings: What has happened to the Pittsburgh Steelers?
    The Pittsburgh Steelers were riding high a few weeks ago. A three-game losing streak has killed that momentum. More

  • MLB Trade Rumors: Yankees to Meet With Manny Machado, Unwilling To Pay $300M
    Big name free agents such as Bryce Harper and Manny Machado are still on the market and expected to take home some of the largest paychecks in baseball history. The Mets and Mariners got started on the wheeling and dealing blockbuster deal for Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz, a number of other notable players are hitting the free-agent market earlier than expected. Veterans like Wilmer Flores, Jonathan Schoop and Billy Hamilton were all non-tendered by their respective clubs. More

  • Grading Every Hire of 2018's College Football Head Coach Carousel
    College football has come to the busiest part of its calender that doesn’t immediately involve real football: Everyone is prepping for signing day, good teams are getting ready for bowl games, bad teams are hiring coaches, and some unlucky teams are getting More

  • $84 million and no offense: Kirk Cousins and Vikings nearly get shut out by Seahawks
    But it’s not like the Vikings have gotten the results they were looking for when they handed Cousins $84 million. Cousins had another quiet game on Monday night in a big moment for the Vikings. The Vikings didn’t pass midfield against the Seattle Seahawks until the third quarter as Cousins was content to check down almost the entire game. More

  • Baker Mayfield is a different quarterback since Hue Jackson was fired
    Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield was struggling through his rookie season until head coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley were fired. Since then, Mayfield hasn’t struggled a bit. Mayfield is one of the best quarterbacks in football in the five games since Gregg Williams took over as head coach and Freddie Kitchens took over as offensive coordinator, something no one would have called Mayfield when he was playing in the Jackson/Haley offense. More

  • NFL Winners and Losers: How did the Patriots let THAT happen?
    Of all the teams to get caught stumbling around on a once-in-forever miracle lateral play, you wouldn’t expect it to be the New England Patriots. The sight of Rob Gronkowski flailing trying to tackle Drake summed it up. Gronkowski was on the field to knock down a Hail Mary that the Dolphins were never going to throw from their own 31. More

  • Report: Houston kicking tires on J.R. Smith trade with Cavaliers
    The Houston Rockets desperately need help on the wing (among other things, but wing is the personnel focus). The Rockets would also like to have less salary on the books next season, giving them some flexibility and lowering the tax bill. J.R. Smith fits both of those bills, so Houston and GM Daryl Morey are at least taking a look at a potential trade, reports Marc Stein of the New York Times. More

  • Gonzaga coach Mark Few wants NCAA to 'make decisions' in corruption investigation
    Gonzaga head coach Mark Few calls a play against Tennessee on Sunday, Dec. 9, 2018, in Phoenix. PHOENIX – It isn’t just the FBI that wants to clean up college basketball. The head coach of one of the nation’s top basketball programs wants it cleaned up as well – and he’s not afraid to call out the head of the NCAA by name. More

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