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VInce Wilfork Retires As New England Patriot

Robert Kraft, Patriots owner, signed Vince Wilfork to a ceremonial one-day contract, signifying his retirement as a Patriot after spending the 2015 and 2016 seasons with the Texans. In an emotional retirement news conference Wednesday at Gillette

Patriots Buy Two Airplanes For Game Travel

The New England Patriots are now the first NFL team to buy their own plane to fly to games. The Patriots bought two 767 Boeing wide-body jets in the off season and retrofitted them with all first-class

MLB Has Caught Up to Judge

Yankees’ rookie, Aaron Judge was holding a .329 average heading into the All-Star break but now things are hitting a halt. The game has caught up to the young superstar, now hitting .182 and only five home

Jay Cutler Signs One Year Deal With Miami

Jay Cutler, former Chicago Bears quarterback, signed a one year deal with the Miami Dolphins for $10 million with $3 million in incentives. In May, Cutler had retired from the NFL and was hired by Fox Sports

Vince Wilfork Retires in Delicious Fashion

The five-time Pro Bowler, Vince Wilfork is retiring from the NFL, making the announcement in a tweet couple with an advertisement for his very own Kingsford Charcoal. He will be doing a “farewell tailgate” before the home

40 Years of Tales About the GOAT Tom Brady

Tom Brady celebrates his 40th birthday on Thursday, August 3rd and  the football world found their way to commemorate the immortal GOAT. The untold tales of the legend span across many walks of life, some may surprised

NFL Open to Marijuana Study For Players

The NFL may be willing to work with the NFL Players Association for the use of marijuana as pain management.The league wrote a letter to the NFLPA, offering to work with them on the study. Currently, players

Belichick Tosses Gilmore and Edelman From Practice

Defensive back Stephen Gilmore who signed a five-year, $65 million deal with the team in March, tangled with wide receiver Julian Edelman during an 11-on-11 red zone drill during the latter portion of practice. The tussle resulted in Belicheck ejecting

Ray Lewis Tells Kap to Keep the Activism Private

With the Ravens as the first potential team to seriously consider taking Colin Kaepernick, the godfather of Baltimore, retired linebacker Ray Lewis, advised him to keep his activism private and away from the field. “If people really