Before you get all bent out of shape, the Falcons aren’t using these GPS tracking devices to track their players off the field. At least not yet. They are using these devices to track the movement of their players on the field. And they’re not the only team doing so.
While the rest of the players suspended today by MLB are pretty much done for the rest of the season, Alex Rodriguez will likely never miss a game. Why? Because he decided to appeal his suspension. And with the backing of MLB Player’s Union head Michael Weiner, Rodriguez is ready to fight the suspension.
Alex Rodriguez has been officially suspended through the 2014 season by Major League Baseball.
In the wake of the news that the NCAA is investigating possible violations committed by Johnny Manziel, a thread popped up on Reddit asking, “what is the worst recruiting violation you have ever personally witnessed? And will you be willing to submit an affidavit describing it fully?”
First let’s start with the names that we didn’t know. Yahoo! Sports’ Jeff Passan reports that Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Antonio Bastardo, New York Mets utilityman Jordany Valdespin and Houston Astros minor leaguer Sergio Escalona are the three players that we didn’t already know about.
While we wait for MLB the announcement that may or may not happen today regarding the suspensions for players linked to Biogenesis, here’s a rather interesting tidbit regarding Alex Rodriguez’s possible plan of attack. According the NY Daily News, Rodriguez plans to appeal the suspension handed down to him, which you knew, and that appeal […]
Cris Carter was feeling rather good this weekend after being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. So good that he took the time to videobomb Warren Sapp’s interview during Sunday Night’s preseason game in Canton.
You knew it was just a matter of time. You always knew that the NCAA was lying in wait for a chance to make an example out of their biggest star. Why? Because the NCAA is the worst. Case in point: the details surrounding the investigation of possible NCAA violations by Johnny Manziel.
Aaron Hernandez just continues to send fans letters and fans just continue to sell them to TMZ, despite Hernandez’s instructions to keep them off of social media. In his latest letter, Hernandez explains to a fan that he can read a website that the fan provided because there is no internet in jail. And even […]
Today is D-day for Alex Rodriguez. While other players plan to take their suspensions quietly, A-Rod plans to fight. So you can bet that things will quickly get ugly. [NY Post]