While riding his bicycle on Sunday night in Oregon, former Detroit Lions quarterback Joey Harrington was struck by an SUV. He sustained a broken collar bone, a punctured lung, and a cut to his head in the collision, according to reports.
Harrington remains hospitalized but is expected to make a full recovery, and could be released Tuesday.
Randy Moss has decided to hang up his cleats, ending his 13-year NFL career with 954 catches for 14,858 yards, good enough for eighth all-time in total career receptions and fifth in career receiving yards.
His 153 receiving touchdowns leaves him tied for second all-time in that category.
Miami Dolphins’ receiver Brandon Marshall is one of the league’s best wideouts, but his erratic off-the-field behavior over the years led one blogger to refer to him as “the NFL’s version of Lindsay Lohan.”
However, now new reports are giving some explanation for Marshall’s strange behavior: he was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder earlier this year.
Is Kobe really going to leave us? It’s entirely possible.
After Deron Williams agreed to play for Turkish club Besiktas if the NBA lockout continues, other NBA stars have begun to reconsider their options, with superstar Dwight Howard leading a class of players who are reportedly looking into options overseas. But now Kobe Bryant has emerged as the biggest star mulling a move.
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