• Punter Pat McAfee Fired Off A Tweetstorm About The Colts GM Right After He Was Fired

    The Indianapolis Colts fired GM Ryan Grigson on Saturday. It seemed like a move that needed to happen, as Indy’s on-field performance over the last few years has declined while rumblings of a rift between Grigson and Chuck Pagano have been out there for a while. McAfee has been in Indianapolis since 2009, so he’s seen the inner workings of this organization before and during the Grigson years.

  • Tito Ortiz goes out a winner, submits Chael Sonnen in first at Bellator 170

    Tito Ortiz submitted Chael Sonnen Saturday with a rear naked choke at Bellator 170 in the final fight of his legendary career. Tito Ortiz put an exclamation point on his legendary mixed martial arts career Saturday, reminding the crowd at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., and a national television audience of his greatness with one final victory. On his 42nd birthday, Ortiz survived an early guillotine choke attempt to submit Chael Sonnen with a rear-naked choke at 2:03 of the first round in the main event of Bellator 170.

  • Wade apologizes, Butler fumes over bitter NBA Bulls loss

    Dwyane Wade is apologetic, Jimmy Butler is frustrated and the Chicago Bulls are mired in misery after a humbling NBA home loss to Atlanta left them with a losing record. The Hawks took a 35-13 lead after the first quarter on the way to a 102-93 triumph in which 35-year-old starting Bulls guard Wade made only 2-of-10 shots for four points with three rebounds and three assists. "That performance was AWFUL!!! I apologize to all the Chicago fans and Wade fans," tweeted Wade, a three-time NBA champion guard for Miami who joined the Bulls this season.

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  • Report: NASCAR to announce points and race format changes Monday

    Are segments coming to NASCAR races? According to ESPN, NASCAR is making changes to the way races are run and the way points are awarded in the Cup Series in 2017. The announcement of the changes is reportedly set for 6 p.m. ET.

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  • Tim Lincecum is preparing for one more shot at pitching glory

    Former San Francisco Giants ace Tim Lincecum knows that all too well. The former two-time National League Cy Young award winner and three-time World Series champion was once poised to become an all-time great and potential Hall of Famer. Now 32, Lincecum is no longer a star. As Andrew Baggarly of the San Jose Mercury News reported Friday, Lincecum’s agent, Rick Thurman, says his client “is throwing and getting ready for the season.” That means the fact that no one is calling hasn’t stopped Lincecum from pushing to make what seems impossible now a reality later.

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  • Grayson Allen Injured Twice vs Miami

    Grayson Allen suffered a cut to his eye area and then injured a finger on his left hand in Duke's 1st half against Miami. Allen had his fingers taped at halftime and returned to the game.

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  • Bears need to follow the 2014 Raiders’ draft strategy

    Prior to this year, the Oakland Raiders had been the laughingstock of the NFL. They hadn’t made the playoffs since 2003, and they had suffered from many bad draft selections. One draft class helped take them out of that hole. In 2014, they selected edge rusher Khalil Mack out of Buffalo in the first round. […] The post Bears need to follow the 2014 Raiders’ draft strategy appeared first on Cover32.

  • Packers late into Atlanta after being fogged in at home

    The Packers' charter flight was unable to land in Green Bay's Austin Straubel International Airport in Wisconsin on Saturday due to heavy fog. The Packers then boarded a bus and headed 125 miles south to Milwaukee to catch the plane and depart for Atlanta, according to multiple reports. The charter flight was scheduled to depart Green Bay at 2 p.m. U.S. Central time (2000 GMT).

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  • The Patriots have been holding back and that should scare the bejeezus out of the Steelers

    Even with Tom Brady suspended for the first four games of the regular season, the New England...

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  • Agassi relates to Kyrgios - but doesn't want to coach him

    Troubled tennis player Nick Kyrgios acknowledged after his testy loss to Andreas Seppi at the Australian Open this week that he could certainly benefit from having a coach. Andre Agassi says he feels a certain kinship with Kyrgios, but he's not the man for the job. The other factor, Agassi said, is that if he's going to coach, it would have to be with someone who wants to learn.

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  • Soccer-English premier league results and standings

    Jan 21 (Gracenote) - Results and standings from the English premier league matches on Saturday Saturday, January 21 Bournemouth 2 Watford 2 Crystal Palace 0 Everton 1 Liverpool 2 Swansea City 3 Middlesbrough 1 West Ham United 3 Stoke City 1 Manchester United 1 West Bromwich Albion 2 Sunderland 0 Standings P W D L F A Pts 1 Chelsea 21 17 1 3 45 15 52 2 Tottenham Hotspur 21 13 6 2 43 14 45 3 Liverpool 22 13 6 3 51 27 45 -------------------------4 Arsenal 21 13 5 3 48 22 44 -------------------------5 Manchester City 21 13 3 5 41 26 42 -------------------------6 Manchester United 22 11 8 3 33 21 ...

  • Cowboys are a few small tweaks away from Super Bowl

    The Dallas Cowboys came up short in the 2016 Playoffs, but not because they are a flawed team. The post Cowboys are a few small tweaks away from Super Bowl appeared first on Cover32.

  • Should Chip Kelly go to the Patriots next season?

    When Chip Kelly was fired by the Eagles as head coach, it was Bill Belichick that was quick to jump and defend the departed coach. The post Should Chip Kelly go to the Patriots next season? appeared first on Cover32.

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  • Aaron Rodgers trolls the Falcons over them pumping crowd noise into Georgia Dome

    For years, the Green Bay Packers would gladly share their suspicions that the Minnesota Vikings were pumping noise into the Metrodome. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has a dry sense of humor at times, and he got off a pretty good joke on Friday. “It’s really loud in there,” Rodgers said, according to Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

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  • Hockey Legend Wayne Gretzky Sells Los Angeles Mansion for $6 Million (7 photos)

    The house was previously listed for $10.5 million in 2014

  • Penn State football coach: Stability may bring bigger things

    James Franklin has crisscrossed the country, recruiting in Alabama through California and Michigan in the last week. Everyone he meets has congratulatory words for the Penn State football coach. ''I've got everybody coming up to me saying, 'Wow, Coach, best bowl game I've ever seen,''' Franklin said Saturday.

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  • All the best protest signs from Women's Marches across America

    Hundreds of thousands of protestors showed up Saturday to demonstrate at Women's Marches across the country. And, naturally, they brought their best sign game with them. SEE ALSO: CEO offers to fund employees who want to attend Women's March As crowds pack cities around the world, here are just some of the poignant, artful, witty messages protestors want to get across. Omg. ❤ #WomensMarchCLT pic.twitter.com/zzOt7XqDNy — same for barbara (@YayOrNaye) January 21, 2017 Image: Mashable/Peter Allen Clark Shon Jackson, Edith Barnes, Sletta & Erna from DC: "we're here for solidarity. its historic, its real, we need to stand up" pic.twitter.com/o3O5f7nqh7 — Emma Hinchliffe (@_emmahinchliffe) January 21, 2017 #WomensMarchonWashington pic.twitter.com/r4RxY0Ay5T — Sydney Brownstone (@sydbrownstone) January 21, 2017 A photo posted by Anna Lockhart (@aplockhart) on Jan 21, 2017 at 9:51am PST Image: Mashable/Chloe Bryan #WomensMarch #Indy #womensrallyindy pic.twitter.com/Wur4VCNr7d — Mitchell L H Douglas (@MLHDouglas) January 21, 2017 Maria Humphrey of Columbus, Ohio on her way to the #WomensMarch in DC pic.twitter.com/zOnUGn0OkE — c carpenter (@cbcarpenter) January 21, 2017 I love this sign @SarahLerner made for the #WomensMarch. pic.twitter.com/Wi4PixbX8z — Rebecca Cohen (@GynoStar) January 21, 2017 Best. Sign. Ever. #WomensMarch #womensmarchnyc #sobadevenintrovertsarehere pic.twitter.com/TmJydvooqu — Susan Kaufman (@skaufman4050) January 21, 2017 SIGN OF THE DAY #WomensMarch pic.twitter.com/id3V8GvCxG — ㅤ (@jauregzus) January 21, 2017 Image: Mashable/Peter Allen Clark Our future  #WomensMarch pic.twitter.com/omtUf3i4Mg — stargirl (@klossyalmighty) January 21, 2017 Image: Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images Image: Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images Image: Jane Schwarz Image: Mashable/Martha Tesema pic.twitter.com/6XpfWZnJov — Jessi Klein (@jessirklein) January 21, 2017 Image: Mashable/Martha Tesema Image: Mashable/Martha Tesema BONUS: Obama 'Hope' artist has a new set of powerful posters

  • Tigers could have plenty of options for rotation

    Justin Verlander is set to start another opening day for the Detroit Tigers. The rest of the rotation is a little less clear, but manager Brad Ausmus is hoping he'll have plenty of options. Ausmus saw no reason to hold back on announcing that Verlander would start the opener.

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  • Microsoft Cortana has made its picks for the NFL Conference Championship games

    Microsoft Cortana — a virtual assistant that predicts the outright winner of every NFL game...

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  • Serena marches on to fourth round

    By Ian Ransom MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Serena Williams gave compatriot Nicole Gibbs a lesson in grand slam tennis with a 6-1 6-3 thrashing to charge into the fourth round of the Australian Open on Saturday. Having passed her earlier tests against more accomplished players, second seed Williams had far too many weapons for the 92nd-ranked Gibbs, who appeared overawed by the occasion at a sun-drenched Rod Laver Arena. Williams suffered a brief lapse when serving for the match at 5-2 and was broken for the first time, but she promptly broke back to close out the one-sided contest in just over an hour.