The Pittsburgh Steelers' season came to a screeching halt Sunday in a humiliating 36-17 loss to the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game. The defense was exposed by a nearly flawless Tom Brady, while Antonio Brown was kept under wraps by double- and triple teams defensively. Brown was the focus all week thanks to a Facebook Live video from the Steelers locker room that put him squarely in the media's crosshairs. That comment, which was buried in Tomlin's angry discussion of Brown's decision, seems poignant now with a report from Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Network that there are people in Pittsburgh worried Brown cares too much about his own stats because Brown was pouting throughout the AFC title game.
December 30th at UFC 207 was the last time long-time play-by-play commentator Mike Goldberg sat on the broadcast table alongside Joe Rogan. But after 20 years of service, he never received a “proper goodbye”, according to his son Kole. Goldberg never really spoke about his departure from the company in detail, until in his appearance on Monday’s edition of the MMA Hour. Speaking to Ariel Helwani, “Goldie” expressed all of his emotions and sentiments about what turned to be his release. “I watched everything around me be shattered,” Goldberg said (via MMA Fighting). “It took 15 years to build this wonderful family, and it felt like it was taking 15 minutes to destroy it. And it just was a really
Jorge Masvidal, who got his start in backyard brawls, says the UFC star is 'nothing special' and that he will beat Cerrone on Saturday.