New Browns OC: ‘We are not sure if our starting quarterback is in the building right now or not’

635575420233687637-DSC-1857Well it didn’t take long for the Cleveland Browns new offensive coordinator John DeFilippo to raise some eyebrows. The Browns QB position will be the most talked about during the off-season and during the draft process. Brian Hoyer is a free agent and the Browns have expressed interest in bringing him back. Then there is Johnny Manziel who’s off the field partying has a lot of people questioning if he is really serious about his craft.

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Pat Haden unsure of future as USC athletic director

pat-hadenPat Haden has found himself in the spotlight since taking the athletic director position at USC. Who could forget Haden firing then head coach Lane Kiffin at the airport following a loss two years ago. And what about this past season when he left the press box to argue with the referees during the Trojans win against Stanford.

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Rebounding and lack of a star player will doom the Atlanta Hawks in the playoffs

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The Atlanta Hawks have been one of the most impressive teams in the NBA this season. The Hawks are 35-8, which is the best record in the Eastern Conference at this time. The Hawks are also on a 14 game win streak, which puts the team in a tie with the 1993-94 team for the franchise record. Head coach Mike Budenholzer will undoubtedly be the coach of the year if his team keeps this up.

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Video: DeAndre Jordan finishes alley-oop over Brook Lopez

that-insane-deandre-jordan-dunk-is-overratedOne thing that most players in the NBA should know by now is how to defend the DeAndre Jordan on a pick and roll. The Los Angeles Clippers center has been known to throw dunk some vicious dunks after settings pick. Brandon Knight was a victim of this and now Jordan has got himself another one.

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FSU recruit Brian Bell in the center of a $100 million lawsuit

brian-bellNational Signing Day is two weeks away and the anticipation is getting bigger by the day. Most high school recruits are still taking official visits and trying to narrow down what school they are going to choose. One Florida State recruit is dealing with something a little more serious than the average high school recruit.

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Kobe Bryant first injured his shoulder in the pre-season, played through it all season

kobe-bryantI’m sure that most of you know by now that Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant has a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder. The seriousness of the injury has most people believing that Bryant’s season might be coming to an end. As the Lakers are trying to gather more information on Bryant’s injury, it appears that this is not new to the team.

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Colts’ D’Qwell Jackson on deflated balls: ‘It wouldn’t have changed the outcome of the game’

D'Qwell-JacksonWith the Super Bowl almost a week away, the New England Patriots are still dealing with the controversy over deflating balls. Head coach Bill Belichick and QB Tom Brady both denied having anything to do with the balls being deflated. 

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Philadelphia Flyers’ Zac Rinaldo on win: ‘I changed the whole game, man’

download (83)In a wild game full of fights, the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 in overtime. At the beginning of the first period, Flyers forward Zac Rinaldo left his feet to hit Penguins defenseman Kris Letang which knocked him out the game. Rinaldo was ejected after that hit which led to multiple fights in the second period.

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Report: Lee Westwood saved a man from drowning while in Barbados

lee-westwoodIt seems like the past couple of weeks, PGA golfers have been in the headlines quite a bit. But this time, it will be for a good cause. British millionaire Colin Davies found himself in a life or death situation last week in Barbados. Davies, who suffers from Parkinson’s Disease, headed to the water when he legs locked up and his wife was too far away to hear his screams.

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Mayor of Glendale claims city will lose money hosting the Super Bowl

download (84)As the city of Glendale prepares to host the biggest event in sports, you would think that everyone involved would be happy. When the Super Bowl comes to a town, most business owners see an increase in revenue and other opportunities present themselves as well. This will be the second time that Glendale hosts a Super Bowl, but that doesn’t matter to Glendale mayor Jerry Weiers.

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