Wanting to stress that some people have questioned Jay Cutler’s toughness, Fox Sports ran a graphic on air of a series of headlines — including “Cutler Lacks Courage” — during the Chicago Bears season opener that criticized Cutler in Chicago for leaving last season’s NFC Championship game last season with an injury.
Deion Sanders, one of the most notorious NFL defensive backs of all-time, is entering a new field. Sanders was granted a charter by the Texas State Board of Education to develop and open PrimeU Prep Academy, a school that will combine academic pursuits with athletic aspirations, according to reports.
“It was pretty much one of the best moments of my life because it’s not about you,” Sanders said. “It’s about the countless number of kids that will be blessed from this school.”
Floyd Mayweather Jr. stayed unbeaten Saturday night, knocking out Victor Ortiz in the fourth round and take hold of Ortz’s piece of the welterweight title. But it was the strange circumstances of the match, and a confrontation afterward, that has people buzzing.
Some Denver Broncos fans are publicly pressuring Denver coach John Fox to make a change at quarterback by spending $10,000 to purchase space on two billboards in the heart of the city begging Tim Tebow to take over the team’s offense.
Tebow has begun the season on the bench behind starter Kyle Orton.
Former Florida State football coach Bobby Bowden disclosed that he kept treatment for prostate cancer in the spring of 2007 under wraps so that others wouldn’t use the information against him while recruiting star players.
Samantha Stosur’s US Open win was overshadowed on Sunday by her opponent, Serena Williams, who went on a tirade against chair umpire Eva Asderaki, who ruled Williams committed a violation for making noise during a point, claiming it was a distraction.
“You’re totally out of control, you’re a hater, and you’re unattractive inside,” Williams was heard saying to the official during a break.
“Monday Night Football” will stay on ESPN through 2021, according to a new deal the cable network has struck with the NFL.
The $1.9-billion-a-year deal is reportedly 73 percent more than ESPN previously paid for rights to the weekly broadcast. ESPN will also get rights to more than 500 hours of NFL-branded studio programing.
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