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NFL Concussion Lawsuit Settlement Is a Milestone, But Not Enough of One for Some

Source: bleacherreport.net

'Sports Illustrated' reports that on May 14, a former NFL player and his wife filed an appeal to the case. If it’s accepted, it could delay the settlement for years. Read More »

Inside The Media’s Absurd Coverage of Deflategate and How the NFL Is to Blame for It

The vilification of the New England Patriots over the weight of a football needs to stop - now. Read More »

Mo’ne Davis Throws Out First Pitch in World Series – A Glimpse of Things to Come?

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Thank you, Mo’Ne Davis, because of you the meaning of the words “You throw like a girl” will never be the same again. Read More »

NFL Means ‘No Football Leagues’ For My Kids

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How often do we need to see NFL players getting carried off the field on stretchers to know that this is not the best game for men to play let alone children? Read More »

Who’s to Blame for the NFL Scandals? We Are

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Our appreciation of athletes isn't proportional to other areas of achievement, which leads athletes to have a sense of entitlement off the field. Read More »

NFL Looks Like The ‘Titanic’ – Women and Children First Rule Needs To Be In Place

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Commissioner Goodell should establish his priority for women and children’s safety by making it the number one rule for every player, coach, owner, and employee of the NFL – if you hurt a woman or a child you are banned from the NFL for life. Read More »

Xbox One Review: ‘Madden NFL 15′

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Madden is just the football for the sake of its simulation as much as it is a promotional tool meant to convey an image of glossy perfection. Read More »

The World Cup – Shows the Way for MLB ‘World Series’

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If we can have a World Cup for soccer/football, there is no reason why we cannot have a “real” World Series for baseball. Read More »

Johnny Manziel: The Superman to Save Cleveland?

Johnny Cleveland (Credit: Cleveland Plain Dealer)

As far as "heroes" go, they come and go relatively quickly on the shores of Lake Erie. All we can really hope for (as icons go) is that Manziel is more like Kal-El at the end of a draft day. Read More »

Six Health Tips I’ve Noticed About the Super Bowl XLVIII-Bound Seattle Seahawks

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Tomorrow marks the Seattle Seahawks' second Super Bowl appearance in their 38th year in the NFL. What makes this year's team different from the past? Read More »