• Here's what Aaron Rodgers said in the huddle before Packers' miracle play
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    Here's what Aaron Rodgers said in the huddle before Packers' miracle play

    Aaron Rodgers' ridiculous laser pass to Jared Cook on the left sideline to beat the Cowboys in the divisional round has already become the stuff of legend. Everyone that saw the play -- including Cowboys safety Byron Jones, who was in coverage on the play -- could barely believe their eyes as it happened. And of course, Randall Cobb let everyone know after the game that Rodgers himself called the play in the huddle, making it up on the spot. In an appearance on the "Dan Le Betard Show" on Wednesday, Rodgers revealed it was the first time in his career that he'd make up a play in the huddle, per ESPN.com. What was that play call? "I said everybody kind of run over to the left, and get open --

  • Floyd Mayweather Failed Miserably At Trying To Troll Conor McGregor For Being Broke
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    Floyd Mayweather Failed Miserably At Trying To Troll Conor McGregor For Being Broke

    Floyd Mayweather is at it again, attempting to antagonize Conor McGregor as they continue their very strange beef and teasing a potential fight between the biggest star in boxing and the biggest star in mixed martial arts. The latest installment in the Mayweather-McGregor saga comes courtesy of Floyd’s Twitter, as he attempted to troll McGregor by comparing the two’s net worths. The reason he did this is because Dana White recently offered both fighters $25 million plus a negotiated pay-per-view revenue split to fight.

  • Chipper Jones, Jim Thome highlight 2018 Hall of Fame ballot
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    Chipper Jones, Jim Thome highlight 2018 Hall of Fame ballot

    Making the baseball Hall of Fame on the first ballot is no easy task. There’s a Mike Piazza, a player who sits on the ballot for years even though it’s clear they are deserving of enshrinement. Jeff Bagwell and Tim Raines were the two highest voter-getters, each receiving around 86 percent of the vote