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Ray McDonald Arrested Again, Twice In One Week

Ray McDonald arrested

Ray McDonald, arrested again for the second time this week, must be trying to set a new record. And, no, not for football. The former NFL lineman seems to be going for the most arrests in one week. As the Inquisitr previously reported, McDonald was arrested over the Memorial Day weekend on domestic violence charges…. Read more »

Randy Moss Attends Graduation Of Leukemia-Surviving Fan

Randy Moss

Retired NFL star Randy Moss proved recently that he is a man of his word, especially when it comes to keeping promises made to his fans. Multiple reports confirm that the 38-year-old former wide receiver made a promise to longtime fan Kassi Spier that he would attend her high school graduation. Randy Moss surprises longtime… Read more »

Michael Sam To Play Ball For CFL Team, Makes History Twice

Michael Sam

Former NFL player Michael Sam is heading back to the football field. Reports confirm that Sam, a former Missouri Tiger, has signed on to play in the Canadian Football League. As a defensive end, Michael Sam, 25, will play with the Montreal Alouettes. Welcome to Montreal Michael Sam! DETAILS -> #IsItJuneYet #Alouettes —… Read more »

NFL Changes Extra Point Rule For 2015 [Breaking]


NFL owners have approved the competition committee’s proposal on the rule for extra points. The NFL announced that the extra point will now be kicked from the 15-yard-line, making it a 33-yard field goal. Two point conversions will remain at the 2-yard-line, though. The rule change also gives the defense the opportunity to return fumbled… Read more »

Warren Sapp Pleads Guilty To Charges, Gets ‘Amazing’ Plea Deal

Warren Sapp

Former NFL star Warren Sapp reportedly submitted a guilty plea in his recent prostitution case in Phoenix, Arizona. TMZ Sports reports that the 42-year-old NFL Hall of Famer has an opportunity to not spend any more time in jail, thanks to a solid plea deal that he was offered. “[Warren] Sapp agreed to plead guilty… Read more »