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Aaron Hernandez’s Phone Reportedly Tapped Prior to Murder Trial

There have been some new developments in former NFL baller, Aaron Hernandez’s first murder trial. According to reports, the former New England Patriot’s phone calls were tapped prior to his first murder trial. Apparently, the counsel on both sides had no idea. Sources say, the hack occurred two years ago, when Hernandez …

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Richard Sherman Blasts NFL For Being Hypocrites

Richard Sherman is unhappy with the NFL over their disciplinary actions he considers to be hypocritical. Sherman’s issues with the NFL in particular are with the way they discipline players for touch down celebrations vs. things like domestic violence.   In an essay titled “Common Sense,” for the Players’ Tribune, Sherman …

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Josh Brown Placed On NFL Commissioner’s Exempt List

After confessing to physically and emotionally abusing his wife on multiple occasions, sometimes in front of their children, the NFL has decided to move New York Giants kicker  Josh Brown on to the Commissioner’s exempt list. In other words, he is on paid leave.   In a letter from NFL senior …

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Pelicans Anthony Davis In Search Of An Assistant

Anthony Davis posted an ad on Craigslist in search of a new assistant, and if you have a unibrow, you may have the job!   The New Orleans Pelicans Baller is looking for someone to do some of his grunt work while he focuses on more important things. In the ad …

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