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Chiefs sign Robert Golden

The Chiefs have signed safety Robert Golden, he announced on his Twitter account Tuesday. Golden spent six years with the Steelers, playing 92 games. He was entering the final year of a three-year, $4.95 million deal, but the Steelers released him March 14 to save $1.48 million against their salary cap. This isn’t the first... Read More »

Le’Veon Bell isn’t just one of the best running backs in football. He’s perhaps the league’s most dangerous offensive weapon.

Last year, Bell piled up over 1,900 total yards and 11 touchdowns on 406 touches. While the first and second numbers are great, the third is cause for legitimate concern. In big games, he’s even better: Recall his 14-inning complete game in the 1916 World Series or note his 6-1 record in head-to-head matchups against... Read More »

Reports: $7.5 million per year for Jerick McKinnon

This was also the same day we got the news that Sager passed away we had to change the content of our whole show.NFL quarterback living the bachelor lifestyle discovers that he has 8-year-old daughter from a previous relationship.Very few Ravens free agents that signed elsewhere have earned their money; particularly on defense.He’s , Cheap... Read More »

Cornerback Orlando Scandrick has been granted his request to be released by the Cowboys, ESPN.com reports.

The move will free up about $3 million in salary cap space for Dallas this season, to be applied June 1, although Scandrick will count $1.6 million against the team’s cap in 2019, according to the report. It became clear to Scandrick toward the end of last season that his value to the team was... Read More »

NHL experts predict: Playoff dark horses, Penguins vs. Flyers, Carter Hutton’s 2018-19 team

On the flip, I’ll take a hard pass on the Canucks, who somehow managed to acquire zero draft picks at the trade deadline. Outside of Brock Boeser, there isn’t much to excite me about this roster. Sure, Bo Horvat and Sven Baertschi are good players, but look at the rest of the lineup. Daniel and... Read More »

NBA players supported ‘FREE MEEK’ movement after Eagles won Super Bowl 52

The Philadelphia Eagles won Super Bowl LII in a thrilling, absurd 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots, and the victory turned into another platform for prominent athletes to support incarcerated rapper Meek Mill. “We couldn’t put it together. We looked scrambled in that key moment,” captain Brian Gionta said in an understatement. It’s hard... Read More »

Ben Roethlisberger went 13 of 25 for 63 yards when targeting receivers who weren’t Brown.

10. Tom Brady, quarterback, Patriots (3): It’s going to be weird not seeing Brady in uniform for the first four games. That’s why his first game back from the Deflategate suspension — Oct. 9 at Cleveland — will be the most eagerly anticipated game involving the Browns in decades. And you just know Brady will... Read More »

He will reportedly appeal the suspension.

Rob Gronkowski may have said the right things after his late, dirty hit left Tre’Davious White with a concussion, but that apparently had no effect on the NFL, which suspended the New England Patriots tight end for one game. The Patriots won their first Super Bowl in 2001, when Tom Brady stepped in for an... Read More »

Keenum vs. Foles for NFC title provides reminder of best path to Super Bowl

Either the Vikings or the Eagles will be playing in Super Bowl XLII. That means either Nick Foles or Case Keenum will soon be an NFC championship-winning quarterback. When the conference’s top two playoff seeds take the field Sunday, this title game will have a different feel from those in recent memory. But it’s far... Read More »

Rams coach Sean McVay looked like ‘deer in headlights’ against Falcons

Sean McVay was the prince of the NFL this season, as the rookie head coach led the Rams to an 11-5 record and the NFC West title. But the 31-year-old looked like an overmatched deer in the headlights during the Rams’ 26-13 loss to the Falcons in the wild-card playoffs Saturday, according to ESPN’s Sunday... Read More »

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