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Larry Sanders wants everyone to know that he believes in marijuana and he regularly studies it, but he totally only uses it for medical purposes.
And so continues another stunningly distasteful chapter in a saga full of unseemly and disrespectful dealings between A-Rod and the people who used to employ him, defend him and consider him “a brother.”
You have to hand it to Alex Rodriguez: He’s gotta have watermelon-sized balls (new term for this: watermeloins). Who else would appeal a 211-game suspension for taking performance enhancing drugs, and then appeal that appeal in an attempt to keep playing while trying to overturn the decision in court?
This Taiwanese Animation On The Ryan Braun Suspension Features Lance Armstrong And A Walking Urine Sample
Next Media Animation is at it again. The Taiwanese company, known for making ridiculous animations of popular news stories, has applied their talents to the Ryan Braun suspension and the Biogenesis scandal. Their latest animation features insanely large needles, Lance Armstrong, a urine sample with arms and legs, and more.
A Thorough Analysis Of Ryan Braun Lying To The World Last Year While Talking About His Integrity, Honor, And Dignity
“With what’s at stake, this is my livelihood, my integrity, my character, everything that I’ve ever worked for in my life being called into question. We need to make sure that we get it right,” said Ryan Braun a year ago. And get it right we did.
Listen, we don’t know for sure whether or not Carmelo Anthony’s wife LaLa Vasquez tastes like Honey Nut Cheerios. We do know, however, that you don’t say that kind of thing to another dude about his wife. Because he will seek you out — on the court, in the hallway, outside the locker room and near the bus. And then he will be suspended for it.
There are two kinds of people who take Adderall: overworked college students and professional athletes. Yes, I’m under the understanding that it’s actually supposed to treat ADHD. I’m also under the understanding that six NFL players have been subject to suspension due to using the substance in the last six weeks, and now it has spread to baseball, where Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz has earned himself a 25-game suspension.
Ed Reed was in hot water after putting a punishing helmet-to-helmet hit on Emmanuel Sanders in last week’s Ravens-Steelers game. The water got so hot that the NFL reached a boiling point and decided to suspend Reed for one game, docking him of his $423,529 single-game check. But they had a change of heart. Read more after the jump.