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Each year, the NFL sorts the opening 53-man rosters for all 32 teams to find out which hometowns produce the most NFL talent, and Tampa now has 11 players from their high schools, tying for the seventh-most of any cities across the country. . (read more)


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The late Roddy Piper once said “Just when they think they’ve got all the answers, I change the questions.” That, in a nutshell, was NFL Week 3. (read more)

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A lot of questions were asked prior to the start of Monday Night Football about how the Dallas Cowboys would handle the national anthem. Team owner Jerry Jones made it clear that he did not like protests during the anthem, and there was some thought that Cowboys players were discouraged from doing so. (read more)

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One NFL owner is so angry over the recent national anthem protests across the league that he is considering walking away from football entirely. Said owner’s stake in “his” team may only be worth $250, but what’s the difference, right? David Hookstead of The Daily Caller wrote a piece Monday stating that he had spoken with a “livid” NFL owner who is furious over Sunday’s anthem protests. (read more)

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With all the shuffling in the NBA this offseason, the common sentiment among fans is that all the talent has headed West — with the exception, of course, of Mr. LeBron Raymone James. (read more)

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Two of the biggest names in Los Angeles professional basketball shared remarkably similar sentiments when weighing in on the drama spawned by President Donald Trump’s comments related to the NBA and NFL in recent days, specifically related to football players protesting during the national anthem. Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operations Magic Johnson and Los Angeles Clippers head coa (read more)

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As a result of his actions prior to the Broncos’ game against the Bills, a local dealership has requested an advertisement featuring Von Miller no longer be featured on a Denver television station.Sunday was a day unlike we have ever seen around the NFL. (read more)

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Alejandro Villanueva was the only Pittsburgh Steelers player to emerge from the locker room when the national anthem played on Sunday, and the offensive lineman says he is filled with regret over the decision making his teammates look bad. Villanueva delivered a statement about the situation on Monday, telling reporters the Steelers felt unified as a team Saturday night but “butchered” the way the (read more)

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San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich has been one of President Donald Trump’s biggest critics in the sports world, and he did not hold back Monday when asked about Trump’s latest comments. Asked to weigh in on Trump’s comments about NFL players and his non-invitation to the Golden State Warriors, Popovich did not mince words about what he thought, calling his actions “comical” and saying he has (read more)

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The Pittsburgh Steelers presented their decision to stay off the field during the national anthem on Sunday as a unified decision to avoid controversy, but it is becoming quite clear that the move was controversial with some players. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger issued a statement via his official website on Monday saying that he felt the team should have approached the situation differently. (read more)

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