Bret Bielema takes shots at Alabama and Lane Kiffin

bret-bielemaArkansas head coach Bret Bielema is still not making any friends. Bielema was in Bristol at ESPN studios and had some interesting things to say about Alabama.

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Reggie Wayne showed up to Colts training camp in an Indy car

reggie-wayneIndianapolis Colts WR Reggie Wayne’s health has been the talk among Colts fans. With the Colts training camp set to start today, all eyes will be on Wanye.

Well he certainly gave everyone a show with his arrival. Wayne showed up to training camp in a Indy car driven by Ed Carpenter.

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Pat Fitzgerald throws jabs at Sonny Dykes and the state of Nebraska

pat-fitzgeraldThe opening of college football camps are less than two weeks away and the trash talk from coaches is starting to heat up. Northwestern head coach Pat Fitzgerald is usually quiet around this time of year, but now things have changed.

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The New York Jets plan to reward their fans for good behavior

jets-rewardsI think it’s well-known that the New York Jets have some of the rowdiest fans in the NFL. There have been numerous stories written and YouTube videos uploaded of Jets’ fans drinking and fighting during games. Well the Jets front office thinks they might have found a solution.

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Les Miles reads Greg McElroy on ESPN’s “Numbers Never Lie”

Les-MilesA couple of weeks ago, former Alabama QB Greg McElroy ruffled a few feathers with a statement he made in regards to Nick Saban. McElroy who now works for ESPN stated that the effects of Nick Saban leaving for Miami are still being felt at LSU ten years later.

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Football recruit suspected in dormitory burglary while visiting the University of Georgia

georgia-bulldogs-football-helmetOver the weekend, the University of Georgia hosted an event called “Dawg Night”. The annual event hosted hundreds of recruits looking to make a name for themselves.

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Eli Manning admits he is a little nervous in the Giants new offense

eli-manningNew York Giants QB Eli Manning is looking to redeem himself after having the worst season in his career. Manning threw a career high 27 interceptions with only 18 touchdowns. In comes new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo to help right the ship. That’s the goods news, the bad news is that Manning says that he is a little nervous in the Giants’ new offense.

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Seahawks fans want to build a statue celebrating Richard Sherman’s famous tip

tipsketch-218x300As we all know, last year’s NFC Championship Game between the 49ers and Seahawks will be remembered for many reasons. One of those reasons is the play that Richard Sherman to tip a pass that led to an interception that sent the Seahawks to the Super Bowl. To celebrate that moment, two Seahawks fans named Joe Michaels and Chris Bauer are trying to raise money to build a statue to commemorate “The Tip”.

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Marcell Dareus placed on active/non-football injury list after failing conditioning test

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The Buffalo Bills kicked off the NFL training camp circuit when they opened their camp Saturday. One of the big story from Saturday was about Pro Bowl DE Marcell Dareus.

It has been a rough offseason for Dareus as he was arrested on placed Dareus on the NFL’s active/non-football injury list but no one knew why.

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Chris Kluwe says the NFL favors wife beaters, drunk drivers, over gay rights supporters

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Former Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is still upset with the NFL. Kluwe wasn’t happy with the three game suspension of Vikings special teams coach Mike Priefer.

Kluwe told Fox Twins Cities that he thought Priefer should’ve been suspended for more than three games. Kluwe also thinks that the NFL has its priorities in the wrong place and believes the league favors wife beaters, drunk drivers, over gay rights supporters.

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