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Self-appointed worldwide sports commentator LeBron James directed attention away from his losing Lakers Sunday to rave about Deshaun Watson. The troubled Cleveland quarterback threw three touchdown passes in the Browns’ 24-10 win over the Commanders, but the NFL minimized its publicity on the man who was fined and suspended earlier this season for alleged sexual misconduct.  “Yessir D Watson!!…
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Former NFL defensive great Brian Urlacher on Thursday delivered a crunching verbal sack to President Joe Biden for the southern border disaster. During an interview with Outkick’s Dan Dakich, Urlacher, who made the Pro Football Hall of Fame by blowing up NFL offenses as a Chicago linebacker, chastised the president for refusing to acknowledge the open border and human trafficking, and blasted…
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Was the year in sports really bad enough that Brittney Griner is USA Today’s sports story of the year? And, if not, what blinders is the leftist rag’s race-baiter Mike Freeman wearing?  Could Griner's story of being locked up for drug possession in Russia really outweigh Aaron Judge’s American League record 62 home runs? Or Novak Djokovic’s courageous stand against COVID vaccinations? What about…
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Move over Deshaun Watson, the NBA’s Miles Bridges now occupies center stage for athletes who allegedly abused women on their way to obscene paydays by apathetic pro sports franchises. Bridges was accused of beating up his girlfriend last summer, he received a light probation and now seeks a new contract in excess of $100 million from the Charlotte Hornets.  A photo of Bridges’ girlfriend,…
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Tennessee froze during rolling electrical blackouts Sunday, but the NFL’s Titans were allowed full power usage for their home game against Houston. Many of those residents left out in the cold during a cold Christmas day were understandably hot under the collar about the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) for allowing a billion-dollar enterprise to power up.  Sunday temperatures in Nashville…
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Why are taxpayers footing the outrageous costs of building and maintaining wildly expensive pro football stadiums for mega-corporations? In tough economic times? These are fair questions, says Breitbart’s Warner Todd Huston in a hard-hitting Thursday blog post. NFL teams are sticking it to taxpayers by exacting insane corporate welfare handouts despite their own wealth.  The National Football…
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 In determining its best of the best in sports media for 2022, Sports Illustrated aimed low and achieved its goal. Among its award winners were stories on an athlete losing weight by masturbating, best social media use of the controversial Tik Tok and the Inside the NBA program that almost no one watches.  Let’s get started down this sorry trail.  Sports Illustrated selected Turner Sports/…
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 The Nike brand is all about wokeness, equality and political correctness … right? Maybe not. If the former female employees who filed suit against the Swoosh are telling the truth, then Nike has been run by a bunch of sexist pigs.  Breitbart blogger Warner Todd Huston’s story reports:  “A lawsuit filed in Oregon claims that Nike Executives engaged in a culture of abuse against female…
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It’s been a quiet time for NFL arrests in recent months, but two well-known players have made the naughty list just prior to Christmas. Santa must be frowning because New England Hall of Fame linebacker Willie McGinest and active cornerback J.C. Jackson both did the perp walk on Monday.  McGinest was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon at a Los Angeles-area nightclub. Jackson…
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“Volume 720” of the Keith Olbermann completely-loses-his-mind “chronicles” is out, and in this episode, he nukes Elon Musk. The new owner of Twitter had banned the former ESPN powder keg for doxing him.  Comparing Musk to the mob bosses in the movie, The Godfather, Olbermann appeared disheveled in a rant on his dog’s charity Twitter account. Olbermann read a statement that, in part, says:  “…