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Ten years ago, then Indiana Pacers Ron Artest and Stephen Jackson crossed a line no one would ever have thought was possible. They entered the stands at The Palace at Auburn Hills in Auburn Hills, Michigan and fought the fans.
After fouling Detroit Pistons’ Ben Wallace, Artest was shoved by Wallace which quickly escalated. Jackson challenged many of the Pistons but ultimately, Rasheed Wallace calmed things down. Or so we thought.
ESPN Insider Adam Caplan reported today that Minnesota Vikings running back will be suspended without pay for the rest of the 2014 season for violating the leagues personal conduct policy. Peterson will not be eligible for reinstatement until April 15.
Nope. You read that right. 13 years.
According to CBS’s Jon Heyman, the Giancarlo Stanton contract talks have escalated to a lofty 13 year, $325 milllion figure. Further, Heyman reported that the terms have been agreed upon and all that remains is details such as adding a no-trade clause and figuring out which year Stanton will be able to opt-out
and head to the Yankees.
That’s all I could think of while reading post-game comments from Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill. His team got dry-humped up and down the field on Thursday night by the Cleveland Browns. So bad was his quarterback, Andy Dalton, that he threw more passes to Browns cornerback Buster Skrine than he did to some of his own receivers.
LeBron James is a cash cow. Exhibit A would be below where he is in the Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary High School gym hocking affordable insurance from Progressive dressed as their popular spokeswoman, Flo. Flo thinks LeBron should switch up his chalk toss for a glitter toss. King James isn’t very responsive.
This is a wise move by Progressive. By using their Instagram account for their first #FLOBRON commercial, they are using the free power of the internet, which is probably all they can afford after paying LeBron.
University of Georgia running back Todd Gurley has been reinstated by the NCAA and will be eligible to play on November 15 against Auburn. The NCAA is requiring Gurley to sit 30% of the games of the season for accepting more than $3,000 for autographs.
In addition to sitting out games, he will be required to pay a portion of the money he made to a charity of his choice as well as perform 40 hours of community service.
Cleveland Browns Safety Tashaun Gipson Gets League-Leading Fifth Pick With This Awesome Pass From Matt Schaub
During the first series for the Oakland Raiders yesterday, they got ready to attempt a 57-yard field goal. Before the snap, though, kicker Sebastian Janikowski rolled out to the far side of the field and holder/Texan’s HOFer Matt Schaub stood up to take the snap in the shotgun formation.