- Team USA Stares Blankly As New Zealand Team Performs Ceremonial Haka Dance
- 5 Takeaways From The New NBA Live 15 Trailer
- 'Tiny Titan' Glitch Is Further Proof Madden 15 Is The Football Version Of Super Smash Bros.
- Cam Newton To Jerricho Cotchery, The Panthers' Sleeper Connection
- Tony Stewart: Kevin Ward Jr.'s Death Will Affect Me Forever
As we learned from this year’s Men’s World Cup (and the one before it, and the one before it), FIFA and its president Sepp Blatter are more greedy than intelligent. So for next year’s Women’s World Cup in Canada, FIFA has matches being played on artificial turf. And if you’ve ever played on – or even walked on – artificial turf, you know it’s not much better than landing on a sheet thrown over a concrete floor.
Concussions hurt, which is why Dan Marino has joined the 5,000-plus former players and 300-plus related lawsuits against the NFL. He was one of 15 players named in a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia last week.
For all the words used to describe the NFL over the decades, “drug dealer” isn’t one of them. A league that has such a stringent policy on marijuana and other illegal drugs surely holds itself to a high standard in regards to pain killers, uppers, downers and other prescription medicines, right? Reportedly, no, that is wrong: A bombshell lawsuit filed by former players claims the NFL makes junkies out of its players in order to maximize profits.
The NFL Will Pay $765 Million In A Concussion-Related Lawsuit Settlement Without Admitting Wrongdoing
Wow. A federal judge just announced that the NFL will resolve its lawsuits with over 4,500 former players by doling out $765 million, with most of the money going to players and families and $85 million going to fund medical exams, concussion-related compensation and research.
Former NFL linebacker Barrett Green is suing Robert Royal, Gregg Williams, and the Redskins, alleging that a knee injury he sustained courtesy of a Royal hit in 2004 was part of the Skins’ bounty program.
John Franco had an estate sale at his house last year. It didn’t do well. He got mad. This is what happened after.
Convicted felon and ex-gang member Robert Ross, who last month claimed to be in possession of a Shaq sex tape, is suing his former pal for allegedly orchestrating his kidnapping back in 2008.