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NFL Murder-Suicide Details Revealed, Coaches Were Never In Danger

Jovan Belcher NFL Murder Suicide

An NFL murder-suicide rocked the sports world this weekend after Jovan Belcher, an undrafted free agent who rose through the ranks of the Kansas City Chiefs killed his girlfriend and then took his own life. According to police, Belcher left behind a 3-month-old daughter. Police responded to a shooting at 7:50 am in Kansas City,… Read more »

Ben Roethlisberger Unlikely To Play Sunday Against Ravens

Big Ben unlikely to play against Ravens on Sunday

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has been out since injuring his throwing shoulder and dislocating a rib November 12 against Kansas City, and it seems unlikely he will be back in time for the Steelers’ matchup Sunday with AFC North Rival Baltimore. NFL.com reports that, while Big Ben has managed to practice with the team… Read more »

Seahawks, Dolphins Game Interrupted By Sprinklers

Sprinklers Go Off At Seahawks, Dolphins Game

The Seahawks and Dolphins had an interesting delay on Sunday when the field’s sprinklers turned on — an event being blamed on a computer glitch. The Seahawks were leading the game 14-7 when she sprinklers turned on near the end of the third quarter during Sunday afternoon’s game, reports NewsOxy. The crowd at the Dolphins’… Read more »

Argonauts Rout Stampeders In CFL’s 100th Grey Cup Championship

Toronto Argonauts top Calgary for 100th Grey Cup championship

The 2012 Toronto Argonauts secured their place in Canadian Football League history on Sunday, winning the CFL’s 100th Grey Cup championship. Quarterback Ricky Ray got off to a rough start but finished with 231 yards passing with three touchdown passes as the Argonauts topped the Calgary Stampeders 35-22 in Toronto. ESPN reports that this is… Read more »

Fireman Ed Quits: Iconic Jets Fan Hangs Up His Helmet

Fireman Ed Quits: Iconic Jets Fan Hangs Up His Helmet

Fireman Ed quits, giving the New York Jets an odd punctuation to a disappointing season. For years, Fireman Ed has been the most visible — and vocal — Jets fan, leading the entire stadium in chants of J-E-T-S Jets! Jets! Jets! But now the famous fan is gone, and as Fireman Ed Quits he explains… Read more »

Ben Roethlisberger Could Play By Next Sunday, Continues Rehabilitation

Ben Roethlisberger

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger could be ready to play by next Sunday when the Steelers take on the Baltimore Ravens. According to reports, Big Ben has been rehabilitating his throwing arm on schedule and had been testing out his range of motion earlier in the week with some soft-tossing exercises. Ben has been working… Read more »