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Take a moment to read the Tweets which can be seen through the link below #Fred_Taylor Says Team Doctors Overlooked His Injuries, Allowed Him To Play Hurt

Former #Jaguars running back Fred Taylor retired from the NFL in 2010, bringing an end to an impressive 13-year career that was nevertheless marred by injuries. Today, Taylor is claiming that he unknowingly played hurt throughout his career due to the negligence of his team’s doctors:

Despite these injuries, Taylor claims that the NFL has repeatedly denied his application for “line of duty” benefits, which are given to players who sustained disabling injuries during their playing career:

Former Jaguars running back Fred Taylor retired from the NFL in 2010, bringing an end to an impressive 13-year career that was nevertheless marred by injuries. Today, Taylor is claiming that he unknowingly played hurt throughout his career due to the negligence of his team’s doctors:
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Baylor's Zamora suspended 3 games for beating his dog

#Baylor Bears wide receiver #Ishmael_Zamora has been suspended three games for beating his dog. Baylor announced on Tuesday that redshirt sophomore wide receiver Ishmael Zamora has been suspended for the first three games of the season after a video surfaced showing him abusing his dog.

The school said in a press release that Zamora will sit out while completing 40 hours of community service “in a manner that will teach him kindness and respect toward animals.” Zamora has also been ordered to enter a counseling program and give the dog up.

“Our football program does not condone this behavior by anyone,” acting head coach Jim Grobe said. “We are deeply saddened by it and have worked together with the university to hold Ishmael accountable for his actions.”

The video, which was obtained by KXXV in Waco earlier this month, showed Zamora kicking and hitting his dog with a belt. The footage was discovered after it was shared on Snapchat by one of Zamora’s teammates back in June. A former Baylor student reported it to Animal Control and the Baylor Police Department.

Zamora told authorities he was only trying to discipline the animal, not hurt it. He issued an apology on Tuesday.

“I am sorry that I took out my frustration on my dog and accept the punishment that comes with it. This incident will never, ever, happen again,” Zamora said. “I truly love my dog, however, I know that my actions showed differently and I know that I made a big mistake. I apologize to my family, teammates, Baylor University and our fans for my actions.

“Eventually, I hope that everyone can see who I really am and that I am not a terrible person. This incident does not and will not define me, and I know that I am the one who will have to prove that to others in the days ahead.”

Zamora had nine receptions for 132 yards and two touchdowns last season. He is expected to be one of Baylor’s top receivers this season.

Already dealing with a major sexual assault scandal, Baylor’s reputation is getting worse by the day.


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#Craig_Sager to undergo third bone marrow transplant

TNT’s Craig Sager, the most recognizable sideline reporter in the NBA and arguably across all professional sports, on Wednesday will undergo his third bone marrow transplant.

The transplant will be his third in as many years after first being diagnosed with leukemia in 2014. His son, Craig Sager II, announced the news Tuesday afternoon on Twitter.


Sager’s first transplant came thanks to his son back in 2014, but the disease returned in March of 2015. He then received a second bone marrow transplant, and in March of 2016, it was revealed that he was no longer in remission.

Sager was supposed to report on basketball for the 2016 Rio Olympics, but missed it due to treatments.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution published an update from Sager himself, that featured Sager discussing things he has done over his life, and how he continues to live:

“I have met life’s challenges by climbing the Great Wall of China, riding with the bulls in Pamplona, sailing the Pacific Ocean with Ted Turner, jumping out of airplanes over Kansas, hang gliding off the cliffs of Mexico, bungee jumping atop a tower in San Antonio, and swimming with the sharks in the Caribbean.

“I have run the bases with Hank Aaron after No. 715, thrown out the first pitch at Wrigley Field, graced the cover of ‘Sports Illustrated’, and received the Jimmy V perseverance Award at the ESPY’s. I have covered eight Olympiads, dozens of Super Bowls, 24 Masters, and NBA games too numerous to count.

“I live on the golf course at Bridge Mill Athletic Club in Canton, Ga., with the love of my life Stacy and two awesome children 11-year-old Riley and 10-year-old Ryan and a 70-pound boxer named Princess Jasmine. I also have three highly motivated and successful older children; Kacy, Craig Jr. and Krista. We are surrounded by loving friends and neighbors including Stacy’s mother Mary Jo.

“I continue to live life full of love and full of fun the only way I know how.”

That’s quite the life Sager has lived. Hopefully everybody’s favorite sideline reporter is better and on his feet again as soon as possible.


TNT's Craig Sager, the most recognizable sideline reporter in the NBA and arguably across all professional sports, on Wednesday will undergo his third bone marrow transplant. The transplant will be his third in as many years after first being diagnosed with leukemia in 2014.
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One of the most-discussed moments of Week One of the NFL season will be the national anthem before the Monday night 49ers-Rams game, when Colin Kaepernick is expected to continue his protest and remain seated while other players are standing. But that moment won’t be televised.

ESPN told Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated that it normally does not show the national anthem for the late game of the Week One Monday Night Football doubleheader and won’t show it this year either.

That decision is a mistake. Just because the national anthem isn’t ordinarily shown doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be shown when there are extenuating circumstances, and in this case there are certainly extenuating circumstances. Telling the story of that game will include showing Kaepernick, showing the other players, and covering any reaction Kaepernick gets from the fans, positive or negative.

Kaepernick’s stance has thrust the national anthem into the national news. ESPN should allow viewers to see that news being made.

UPDATE 1:58 p.m. ET: Monday Night Football producer Jay Rothman said the following on an ESPN media call: “The timing is such that, first of all, Kaepernick has to make the 53-man team, and that’s two weeks away, so we don’t know that yet. But the timing is such that because it’s a doubleheader game, we do not cover the Anthem. We will not cover the Anthem live in the second game regardless. However, that doesn’t mean we couldn’t record it and report it. And I think our job, especially with the whole Kaepernick deal, it’s our job to document and report the game. And those who are working on the game, if Kaepernick is on the team and chooses to sit again, I’m sure they’ll get perspective from Kaepernick, they’ll get perspective from Chip Kelly, they’ll get perspective from others and report. So that’s how we’ll handle that in San Francisco.”
One of the most-discussed moments of Week One of the NFL season will be the national anthem before the Monday night 49ers-Rams game, when Colin Kaepernick is expected to continue his protest and remain seated while other players are standing. But that moment won’t be televised. ESPN told Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated that it…
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#Chargers sign #Joey&Bosa to four-year contract

Joey Bosa can finally rejoin his new Chargers teammates.
No. 3 overall draft pick Joey Bosa can finally report to the San Diego Chargers.

The team announced on Monday that it has agreed to a four-year contract with the former Ohio State star, ending the longest rookie holdout since the current collective bargaining agreement went into place.

“We look forward to having Joey join us and getting him prepared as quickly as possible for the 2016 season,” general manager Tom Telesco said.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media shared some of the details of the agreement, noting that Bosa’s contract is fully guaranteed:


The stalemate lasted far too long, and it’s unclear if Bosa will be ready for a big role at the start of the regular season after missing so much time. With the statement the Chargers released last week, it seemed like things had gotten very ugly. Ultimately something had to give.


No. 3 overall draft pick Joey Bosa can finally report to the San Diego Chargers. The team announced on Monday that it has agreed to a four-year contract with the former Ohio State star, ending the longest rookie holdout since the current collective bargaining agreement went into place.
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#Goldberg on If He’ll Ever Return to #WWE

Ever since it was announced that Goldberg would be featured on the cover of the upcoming video games, WWE 2K17, there’s been speculation of the former WCW and WWE star returning to company, but will it happen?

Goldberg discussed the topic of a WWE return with TMZ.

“I’ve been asked that question a million times, and I’d love to be able to answer people, but the reality is I’m not the employer. Life’s too short to dwell upon past differences, Goldberg told us … who also pointed out that he’s 49 years old and the “clock’s ticking.”

Would fans like to see another part-timer in the ring? We’re most likely going to get Lesnar vs Goldberg II since Lesnar called out Goldberg if this deal happens and with the young talent coming, some fans will be furious that two part-timers are taking ring and promo time from them.


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The difference between Bill and Brock is the evil genius known as Paul Heyman.
If there was a possible shoot between the two, Brock would send Bill to the nursing home.
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My favorite stories! Mom Touched by #FSU #Travis_Rudolph Eating Lunch With Autistic Son Who Normally Eats Alone

The BEST thing about this and there are a lot of great things about this story is that Rudolph didn’t even know the kid was autistic and his motivation for sitting with him was just out of kindness her had no idea the mother would reply like this.

“Now that I have a child starting middle school, I have feelings of anxiety for him, and they can be overwhelming if I let them. Sometimes I’m grateful for his autism. That may sound like a terrible thing to say, but in some ways I think, I hope, it shields him. He doesn’t seem to notice when people stare at him when he flaps his hands. He doesn’t seem to notice that he doesn’t get invited to birthday parties anymore. And he doesn’t seem to mind if he eats lunch alone. It’s one of my daily questions for him. Was there a time today you felt sad? Who did you eat lunch with today? Sometimes the answer is a classmate, but most days it’s nobody. Those are the days I feel sad for him, but he doesn’t seem to mind.

“A friend of mine sent this beautiful picture to me today and when I saw it with the caption “Travis Rudolph is eating lunch with your son” I replied “who is that?” He said “FSU football player”, then I had tears streaming down my face. Travis Rudolph, a wide receiver at Florida State, and several other FSU players visited my sons school today. I’m not sure what exactly made this incredibly kind man share a lunch table with my son, but I’m happy to say that it will not soon be forgotten. This is one day I didn’t have to worry if my sweet boy ate lunch alone, because he sat across from someone who is a hero in many eyes. Travis Rudolph thank you so much, you made this momma exceedingly happy, and have made us fans for life!”

Rudolph described his conversation with Bo as very easy going and casual.

“I asked could I sit with him and he said, ‘Sure, why not?’” Rudolph said. “… He told me his name was Bo, how much he loves Florida State. And we went from there.”

The child’s name is Bo Paske, and according to a Facebook post from his mother, Leah Paske, Bo has autism.

“One of his first questions was am I in the NFL,” Rudolph said with a smile. “I said, ‘Not yet.’”

When Rudolph learned what Bo’s mom said on Facebook it almost brought him to tears (me too).

Great story and I hope they continue their friendship for a very long time.


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This is the kind of thing a real man do. Much respect to Travis Rudolph.
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You can watch the videos through the link below as this all unfolds! LIVE Chris Brown Rants on IG While SWAT Surrounds His House; Accused of Pointing Gun at Girl

A woman claimed Chris Brown pulled a gun or her, but others say Breezy was asleep the whole time.

Whatever the case Brown is upset and SWAT is trying to get in the house.

TMZ has learned Chris was in the house with several friends, including Ray J. They were talking and at one point Ray was getting a tattoo when some “uninvited guests” appeared inside the house and were asked to leave.

At that point, the story gets murky. The guests included a man who was invited, and two women who were not — one of the women who’d been asked to leave is the one who made the police report, claiming Brown pulled the gun on her. Someone inside the house insists Chris was asleep the whole time.

At some point Ray J left the house and when he got to the base of the driveway, police handcuffed him and seized his BMW. They checked his ID, uncuffed him and let him go, but kept his car as evidence. He Ubered home.

Chris is talking on IG, but not letting the cops in the house.


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Madden 17's live commentary tackles Kaepernick controversy

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's decision to sit in protest during the "National Anthem" has spilled over into the video game world.

EA Sports said that with Madden 17, the goal was to create a more perfect sports simulation game and be more than just a roster update. This year, the pursuit of that goal led the team to assembling an all-new commentary duo that would record new dialogue weekly based on real-world NFL events and statistics. The goal was to create commentary that is more in line with what viewers see on TV, commentary that doesn't simply exist in a vacuum.

This design decision was made months ago, long before Colin Kaepernick began his preseason protests of the national anthem. Once that news broke, EA Sports was faced with a choice. When something controversial dominates the airwaves in sports media, what should the game's live commentary team do? Should it ignore the controversy and simply focus on on-field play, or should it engage with the issue and risk offending or alienating players?

The Madden team took a risk and chose the latter. In a statement made to GameSpot, a representative for EA Sports said that the game would bring up Kaepernick's protest in the newest commentary update in order to honor a commitment to authenticity, a drive to bring the game closer and closer to the product we see on Sunday. And while the representative mentioned that the statement would be brief, implying that the commentators will not get into the intricacies of the protest and the reactions to it, the fact remains that this is a big moment for Madden and, indeed, sports video games in general.

Something like this is truly unprecedented. Video games, by their nature, are mostly static and can only interact with and react to real-world events in very limited ways. The Madden team's willingness to bring up thorny real-world issues in the commentary of a simulation video game (even in simple, short statements outlining them) via live, weekly updates opens the door for other games, sports simulations or otherwise to do the same thing.

The key for the Madden commentary team, much like a live NFL commentary team, is to handle these subjects with care. If EA Sports is going to make the decision to deal with these subjects, it also takes on the responsibility to deal with them in a mature way. It's a risky proposition. The commentators Charles Davis and Brandon Gaudin are tied to the Madden franchise for the foreseeable future, and EA Sports has made a large investment in them. If they say something that offends a portion of the fan base, they'll lose fans and hurt the bottom line. In fact, there's already a contingent of Madden fans on Twitter that don't appreciate EA Sports bringing up Kaepernick's protest at all.

If this is going to be EA Sports' plan moving forward with the Madden franchise, it has a very difficult line to walk, and it'll need to take cues from true NFL commentary teams in order to best learn how to respectfully bring up these issues and add authenticity to the game experience without offending fans of a game — a game that has never engaged with real-world issues in this way before.

If EA Sports walks that line, however, Madden 17 could become something truly special, a game that fulfills EA Sports' goal of giving players an authentic NFL experience, even in the face of controversial, uncomfortable situations.

EA Sports said that with Madden 17, the goal was to create a more perfect sports simulation game and be more than just a roster update. This year, the pursuit of that goal led the team to assembling an all-new commentary duo that would record new dialogue weekly based on real-world NFL events ...
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#Calvin_Johnson to join #DWTS, sister says he ‘can’t dance’

One of Calvin Johnson's first acts as a retired NFL player? A stint on "Dancing with the Stars," of course. Calvin Johnson has already found a way to keep busy now that he has retired from the NFL — he’s going to dance.

It was revealed on “Good Morning America” Tuesday that Johnson will be one of the contestants on Season 23 of “Dancing With the Stars.” The former Detroit Lions wide receiver will join Ryan Lochte, IndyCar racer James Hinchcliffe, former GOP presidential candidate Gov. Rick Perry and others.

Megatron could run into a small problem, however. According to Johnson’s sister, he is going to have to work really hard to learn how to dance.

The last NFL player who appeared on DWTS insisted the competition helped with his footwork on the field, but Johnson doesn’t need to worry about that anymore. Perhaps a dancing contest will help fill some of the void left by no longer playing football.


Calvin Johnson has already found a way to keep busy now that he has retired from the NFL — he's going to dance. It was revealed on “Good Morning America” Tuesday that Johnson will be one of the contestants on Season 23 of “Dancing With the Stars.” The former Detroit Lions wide receiver will join ...
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#49ers quarterback Colin #Kaepernick has explained his decision to not stand for the national anthem by pointing to the actions of certain police officers toward African-Americans and other persons of color. On Monday, the San Francisco Police Officers Association responded with a letter that criticizes Kaepernick for his views and asks his team and the league to apologize.

The letter, sent to 49ers owner Jed York and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, calls Kaepernick’s comments “ill-advised” and explains that the police officers “will not stand by while he attacks police officers in this country with statements such as, ‘People are on paid leave while people of color are killed.'”

The letter, signed by #SFPOA president Martin Halloran, accuses Kaepernick of “an incredible lack of knowledge regarding our profession” and a “total lack of sensitivity towards police officer.”

“Ironically it is those officers who on numerous occasions have protected Mr. Kaepernick and have ensured that the venue where the NFL holds its events are fully protected,” Halloran writes.

“I only wish Mr. Kaepernick could see the emotional and psychological challenges that our officers face following a fatal encounter. Some are so affected they never return to the streets. In short, Mr. Kaepernick has embarrassed himself, the 49ers organization, and the NFL based on a false narrative and misinformation that lacks any factual basis.”

Halloran then points out that 40 police officers have been murdered in recent months, and that more than 100,000 law-enforcement officers have been assaulted in the past year. Halloran also cites “over 8,000 murders that African Americans have inflicted on one another in 2015.”

“The law enforcement community cannot be continuously blamed for all of society’s problems, including racial divide, in our country,” Halloran writes. “It isn’t fair and it isn’t true.”

Halloran specifically asks York and Goodell to “denounce [Kaepernick’s] foolish statements and separate yourself” from Kaepernick’s words and actions. Halloran also invites Kaepernick to visit the San Francisco Police Department Academy “and partake in any of the simulations that recruits participate in during their training.”

Ultimately, Halloran asks the 49ers and the NFL “to do the right thing and at least apologize to the many police officers Mr. Kaepernick has disrespected for no apparent reason.”

Halloran’s letter doesn’t address the various, well-publicized incidents from recent months and years involving apparently unnecessary violence against minority citizens; that’s the gist of Kaepernick’s criticism. Halloran also doesn’t specifically address Kaepernick’s claim that people holding a “curling iron” have more training than those on the front lines of American law enforcement, charged with making life-and-death decisions in the heat of the moment.

While Halloran and any other police officer have the right to disagree with Kaepernick, he didn’t seem to be targeting the entire profession. His concern is that the system, as designed, creates situations in which some people with minimal training and experience enter challenging situations with a badge and a gun but perhaps an insufficient plan for how to most responsibly use either one.
49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has explained his decision to not stand for the national anthem by pointing to the actions of certain police officers toward African-Americans and other persons of color. On Monday, the San Francisco Police Officers Association responded with a letter that criticizes Kaepernick for his views and asks his team and the league…
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+Dori Longino you got point...didnt really read up on it cause he's done stupid shit before and i didn't wanna waste my time reading it!
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UPDATE #Romo has no ligament damage, to resume training soon

Tony Romo could resume working out again in less than a month. It probably won’t come as much solace to Dallas #Cowboys fans, but Tony Romo’s back injury apparently could have been much worse.

According to a report by Albert Breer of The MMQB on Monday, Romo avoided ligament damage in his back and could resume training in as soon as three weeks.


The four-time Pro Bowler suffered a broken bone in his back on a hit from defensive end Cliff Avril during Thursday night’s preseason loss to the Seattle Seahawks (video here). He was given a recovery timetable of 6-10 weeks.

This latest report seems to suggest that Romo might be able to return on the earlier end of that estimate. But the 36-year-old will still need time to work his way into proper playing condition after resuming training, so it looks like it will be The Dak Prescott Show for Dallas until at least mid-to-late October.


It probably won't come as much solace to Dallas Cowboys fans, but Tony Romo's back injury apparently could have been much worse. According to a report by Albert Breer of The MMQB on Monday, Romo avoided ligament damage in his back and could resume training in as soon as three weeks.
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+Dori Longino is time has been up! Seriously... Let's move on and get this team to where is should be.
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