Steelers’ Heath Miller hanging up the cleats after 11 seasons

February 19, 2016 – 4:13 pm by Will DeWitt

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After 11 seasons, the Pittsburgh Steelers announced that tight end Heath Miller will be calling it a career.

Miller was the 30th overall pick in the 2005 draft and started 167 out of 168 games throughout his career. His 168 games are the most all-time by a tight end in Steelers’ history. Read the rest of this entry »

Harry Shipp’s mom doesn’t take son’s trade incredibly well

February 16, 2016 – 11:47 pm by Kevin Johnston
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Moms, bless their precious little souls. Bless them with flowers and hugs and unicorns.

If you do their sons wrong, forget about it. An angry mother sticking up for her son is a young man’s first, last and best line of defense. Brand new Chicago Fire manager Veljko Paunovic and the rest of the Fire front office learned that lesson the hard way this week.

Out of nowhere, the Fire up and traded their Homegrown Player and one of the most promising young attackers in Major League Soccer in midfielder Harry Shipp. Chicago sent their hometown hero off to the Montreal Impact in exchange for General Allocation Money and Targeted Allocation Money.

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Report: Panthers Luke Kuechly will undergo shoulder surgery

February 16, 2016 – 8:41 pm by Will DeWitt


According to a report from the Charlotte Observer, Panthers All-Pro linebacker is scheduled to have surgery on his left shoulder to repair a partially torn labrum.

Although his status for OTA’s is in question, Kuechly, who recently made NFL history in becoming the first player to return interceptions for touchdowns in consecutive playoff games, plans on being fully healthy come training camp in July per The Observer.

The injury came in Week 17 in a game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He injured the shoulder in the first half, but still played the remainder of that game and did not miss any practice time throughout the playoffs.

Despite missing three games after sustaining a concussion in Week 1 against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Kuechly still ended up leading the team in tackles with 118. He also had a league-high 29 tackles in the playoffs despite playing with the injury.

Kuechly was named a first-team All-Pro for the third consecutive year. He is also a three-time Pro Bowler and won the 2012 AP Defensive Player of the Year.

With Kuechly set to be fully ready to go by training camp, there is no reason why he cannot continue to be one of the most dominant defenders in the league in 2016.

Aaron Rodgers knee ‘feels great’ less than a month after surgery

February 15, 2016 – 6:37 pm by Will DeWitt


It’s been less than a month since Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, but he says it feels “great.” So much so, that he just participated in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

“It was just good to be out there walking normally,” Rodgers said to Garret Johnson of USA Today. “It feels great. It’s nice to not have any clunking around or anything, so it was good.”

Rodgers underwent knee surgery a few days after the Packers lost to the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC Divisional Round. The surgery has been described as a “minor scope.”

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Kobe Bryant pays homage to me with airballed skyhook

February 15, 2016 – 12:16 am by Hickey


I had no idea he knew, which makes it all the more flattering.

In his final NBA All-Star appearance, Kobe Bryant paid homage to the worst shot ever taken in an organized basketball game by airballing a skyhook attempt.


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Report: Panthers Kony Ealy being sued over a dog

February 13, 2016 – 3:39 pm by Will DeWitt


Less than a week ago, Carolina Panthers Kony Ealy had a Super Bowl performance to remember as the second-year defensive end had three sacks and an interception in the “Big Dance.”

Now, according to the Charlotte Observer, Ealy has been named in a lawsuit which claims he conned a former sports bar owner, Kris Johnson, out of $3,000 for not following through with a dog-breeding plan.

The lawsuit states that Ealy and his brother Danny “Dogman” Jones lured Johnson into a scheme to breed African Boerboel puppies. No, I’m not making this up, his brother’s nickname really is “Dogman.”

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Report: Matt Forte will not return to Chicago, will enter free agency

February 12, 2016 – 10:57 am by Will DeWitt


This was a decision that seemed to be coming, but it was just a matter of time and now it’s official.

Matt Forte took to Instagram to announce that he will not be returning to Chicago for his ninth season.

“Despite my wishes, my days as a member of the Chicago Bears have sadly come to an end,” he wrote on Instagram. “I was informed earlier this week from the GM that they will not be attempting to re-sign me in free agency. I will remain forever grateful for my time spent in Chicago and being able to play for an organization with such a rich history.

“My only regret is not being able to win a Lombardi trophy for the best fans in all of sports. I’m excited about the next chapter of my NFL career. But, Chicago will always be home. God Bless and Bear Down!”

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Jay Cutler’s brother-in-law’s cause of death revealed

February 10, 2016 – 6:49 pm by Will DeWitt


It has been almost two months since Jay Cutler’s brother-in-law, Michael Cavallari, was found dead in Utah Dec. 10 after being missing for 10 days.

The death has been ruled accidental, as the examiner’s report said that the 30-year-old died from hypothermia after exposure to freezing temperature after he wrecked his 2014 Honda Civic, according to a press release from the Grand County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday.

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