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The Discovery Channel’s ever-popular Shark Week kicks off at 9 p.m. tonight, starting seven days of coverage of nothing but shark-related programming. Sports fans are no stranger to sharks, as the name of the dangerous fish has been used as the moniker for a golf legend, a professional wrestler, a controversial college basketball coach, and a bench warming blogger. Let’s take a look at some of the sharks who have infested the sports world
Matt Hasselbeck spent the last 10 years of his career in Seattle, and after agreeing to sign with the Tennessee Titans this week, the Seahawks provided a classy goodbye to their longtime signal-caller by utilizing a PR move that isn’t used enough in the world of sports.
Yao Ming’s career may have come to an abrupt end last month, but that didn’t stop the organization he spent his entire NBA career in from delivering a proper sendoff to their former franchise player.
The MLB trade deadline is less than an hour away, and already we’ve seen the Houston Astros make additional moves to purge their roster, and an unlikely team deal for a big name player.
James Harrison has claimed that everything is okay between him and Ben Roethlisberger following Harrison’s controversial comments about his quarterback, and judging by the picture that he posted to his Facebook page, he wasn’t kidding.
Negotiations between players for the right to wear a certain jersey number is nothing new, but very rarely has video of such bartering been posted online, as was done for Donovan McNabb and Chris Kluwe’s negotiations for the No. 5.
This past week has provided us with one of the most insane times in NFL history, with high profile free agents being signed at a historic rate, and the madness has only continued into the weekend.
The Rockies’ Ubaldo Jimenez was generally viewed as baseball’s biggest potential trade deadline prize, and according to reports, the Cleveland Indians got him. Cleveland will part with quite a bit for the talented right-hander, but when you’re in a playoff race, anything goes.
According to the L.A. Times, Ron Artest is still unsure about whether he’ll appear on Dancing With the Stars. He does, however, plan to remarry his ex-wife. … “I haven’t thought about it yet. I like the show. Obviously, you have to dance. I play defense. I don’t know if I dance.” … And as far as his ex-wife, Kimsha, is concerned: “We’ve been together for 14 years. It doesn’t matter what our status is. We’re together. But we’re going to get married again. We’re planning to get married again. A nice big wedding. We’re good though.” [I am a GM]
According to a State Department official, seven players on Uganda’s Little League World Series-bound team provided false documents stating their incorrect ages. The Ugandan government is now investigating the situation, and plans to act accordingly.