Since President Donald Trump's election, monthly lectures on social justice at the 600-seat Gothic chapel of New York's Union Theological Seminary have been filled to capacity with crowds three times what they usually draw. In the nine years that Reverend Serene Jones has served as its presidentRead More »
The Browns traded for Brock Osweiler because they wanted a second-round draft pick and the Texans wanted to get out from under Osweiler’s contract. Osweiler’s potential contributions in Cleveland were an afterthought. But as long as he’s on the team, Browns coach Hue Jackson says Osweiler will be given the same opportunities as other players, and Osweiler will be there when the offseason program starts. “Obviously, he’s a player on our team and we’re going to treat him just like we do all of our other quarterbacks until he’s not,” Jackson told Steve Wyche of NFL Network. “He’s a guy that’s going to come in and compete. We haven’t had an opportunity to meet with him from a football standpoint
Floyd Mayweather has said that he respects Conor McGregor's prediction that the Irishman will "shock the world" in a boxing fight. McGregor and Mayweather are reportedly close to sealing their boxing super fight with the former recently stating that he would finish off the five-weight world champion. "I feel he's entitled to feel the way he wants to feel," Mayweather told FightHype.
The future of the Chicago White Sox will be built around Cuban sensation Yoan Moncada, which could technically mean the White Sox future will be fueled by Twinkies. According to ESPN’s Eli Saslow, who recently wrote about Moncada’s adjustment to life after coming to the United States and signing a record-breaking deal with the Boston Red Sox, the then 19-year-old had never had a Twinkie in his life before leaving Cuba. Last summer, Yahoo Sports’ Jeff Passan wrote that Moncada once consumed 225 Twinkies in a single week.