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Will you be my Valentine? – Morgan Adele

Whomever says that money can buy happiness should look no further than Le’Veon Bell. The 25 year old, 6’ 1”, 244 pound running back, who makes over $12 million a year, might be spending Valentine’s Day alone this year. Why would such an eligible bachelor be spending V-Day alone, you may ask? Well, apparently the

Carson Palmer Placed on Reserve/Retired List

It’s official. The Arizona Cardinals have placed veteran QB Carson Palmer onto the Reserve/ Retired list. Palmer announced his retirement back in January, and as procedure dictates, the team placed him on the list. However, if Palmer changes his mind, the Cardinals placing him on the Reserve/ retired list, maintain rights to Palmer for whenever he decides

The NFL loses another way too young.

Early Sunday morning Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson was struck by an Indianapolis man who was driving down the side of Interstate 70. Indiana State Police believe that the driver, Alex Cabrera age 37, was intoxicated. According to the report, Jackson and Jeffery Monroe were stopped on the side of Interstate 70 due to Jackson being sick.

Steelers Linebacker Recovering from Serious Injury – Morgan Adele

On December 4th, 2017, whilst the Pittsburgh Steelers played against the Cincinnati Bengals, 25-year-old Steelers linebacker, Ryan Shazier (#50), suffered a major spinal contusion after making a routine tackle attempt. Immediately after the injury, Shazier was taken by ambulance to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Once he was deemed stable enough for travel, Shazier

Bernard Reedy: From $11 an HR to the Super Bowl.

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Bernard “Speedy” Reedy will not be reporting to his $11.00 an HR job this postseason. He is going to be busy with the Super Bowl. During the last off-season, the former Bucs return man was working as a driver for Care Ride, which provides transportation to people who are confined to

Five Finalists for the NFLPA’s Community MVP.

Colin Kaepernick, J.J. Watt, Chris Long, Von Miller, and Andy Dalton have been named as the five finalists for the NFLPA’s Byron “Whizzer” White Community MVP Award. J.J. Watt was named Community MVP after raising $33 million in relief funds for Houston, Texas after the devastation of Hurrican Harvey. Chris Long was named Community MVP in week

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