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The homophobic and anti-gay tweets of a couple prominent professional athletes surfaced this week. The catch? The tweets were from several years ago. So when Eagles draftee Wendell Smallwood had to face sudden questions about tweets from his high school days he deleted his account and dismissed the tweets as thoughts from his youth. Trail Blazers player Al-Farouq Aminu has seemingly gotten away with his tweets of six years ago by simply deleting them without comment.
What is the statute of limitations on anti-gay comments and tweets?
The battle over North Carolina continues, as the state's governor seems unwilling to shift to pressure about his anti-LGBT law that has caused concerts to be canceled and many sports figures have spoken out. Now college baseball is taking center stage with various postseason tournaments scheduled in the Tar Heel state in the next few weeks.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Pitt Football and NFL Star Rod Rutherford.
ROD RUTHERFORD, a two-time All-Big East quarterback during his accomplished Pitt career from 1999-2003, returned to his alma mater this past spring as adefensive assistant.
Rutherford, who spent last year as secondary coach at nearby St. Vincent College, will serve the Panthers as a defensive assistant. His positional focus will be with the linebackers.
Rutherford finished his collegiate career as one of the most prolific signal-callers in Pitt and Big East history. As a senior he was a unanimous first-team All-Big East selection after setting five conference records.
He additionally set or tied seven Pitt marks, matching a pair of longstanding records established by the legendary Dan Marino, including single-season touchdown passes (37) and consecutive games with a TD pass (19).
Rutherford finished his all-star senior year ranked among the country's top 10 in three different statistical categories, including points responsible for (tied for fourth, 18.0 pts./game), passing efficiency (157.4 rating, eighth) and total offense (294.5 avg., 10th).
Following his 2004 graduation from Pitt, Rutherford went on to play two seasons in the NFL. He spent the '04 season with the Carolina Panthers before joining the Pittsburgh Steelers for their '05 Super Bowl championship campaign. In 2007, Rutherford played for the Hamburg SeaDevils of NFL Europe.
Rutherford owns his bachelor's degree in social sciences. A Pittsburgh native, he graduated in 1999 from Perry Traditional Academy, where he was a standout performer for the Commodores in football, basketball and track.
In this exclusive special, NFLExporter Lance Goodman analyzes the 2016 NFL Draft, with a focus on 1st Round Draft picks. He also highlights what teams made the right moves in free agency by addressing their teams most pressing needs. Lance is an expert analyst for NFL Football during the regular season. To find out more information please visit www.nflexporter.com
In this exclusive special, NFLExporter Lance Goodman joins Dock of The Bay to analyze the 2016 NFL Draft, with a focus on 1st Round Draft picks. He also highlights what teams made the right moves in free agency by addressing their teams most pressing needs. Lance is an expert analyst for NFL Football during the regular season. To find out more information please visit www.nflexporter.com
Baltimore Sports & Life's Jason B. Hirschhorn, Andy Guyader and Gabriel Ferguson try to make sense of the Ravens reportedly taking Laremy Tunsil off their boards on draft day and take a deep dive into Baltimore's newest rookie class.
The 2016 NFL draft is in the books. From the Los Angeles Rams and Jared Goff at No. 1 to the Tennessee Titans and Kalan Reed at No. 253, over 250 young men now know where their NFL careers will begin. Hundreds more have signed with teams in the days since as undrafted free agents.
And now that we know where top rookies like quarterback Carson Wentz (Philadelphia Eagles, No. 2), running back Ezekiel Elliott (Dallas Cowboys, No. 4) and wide receiver Corey Coleman (Cleveland Browns, No. 15) landed, it's time to start talking in detail about how this year's class affects the fantasy football landscape.
Will any of the first-year quarterbacks make a fantasy dent in 2016?
Besides Elliott, which tailbacks could be set for an immediate impact? And just how big a splash will "Zeke" make in Big D?
In a crowded wide receiver class with no clear-cut No. 1 prospect, which young pass-catchers should fantasy owners target?
Of course, the draft impacts much more than just the incoming players, as these rookies will also impact any number of veterans across the National Football League. Which players saw their fantasy fortunes improve, and who was left out in the cold?
To answer those questions and many more, Fantasy Sharks Senior Staff Writer Gary Davenport welcomes a pair of special guests in this week. Fantasy Sharks staff writers Trey Daubert and MJ Brown (host of the Daily Bite here on Fantasy Sharks Radio) will join the Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy on Thursday, May 5, 2016 from 7-8 PM for an NFL Draft Breakdown Cinco de Mayo style.
For a fiesta of fantasy football forecasting, be sure to tune in!
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Welcome to another insightful edition of INtheZONE! Tonight's podcast focuses on the performance of GMs, Coaches, and advisors that battle it out from the WarRoom...alah the NFL Draft! Now if Lombardy Trophies were given for having the best draft day, then Jacksonville won the Show hands down. Not only did they land Jalen Ramsey, they scored big with Myles Jack! With Blake Bortles at the helm, the Jaguars look like AFC West contenders for sho! In the NBA Playoffs, the Cleveland Cavaliers dropped 25 threes on the Hawks, that's right...25! Did they send a message to the Warriors and Spurs? Hmmm, we think they may have just lessened the gap between their much improved squad and the top ballers in the West. Last but not least, Charles Oakley called Sir Charles a fraud and TNT's mist popular anchor responded in kind. LETS GET READY TO RUMBLE
On episode two of the Big Cat Coalition, we review the Detroit Lions' 2016 NFL Draft. What were some of the best and most confusing picks the team made last weekend? What are some bold predictions for the draft class? What grade should be given to the team in the aftermath?
Those thoughts and more this week.
With the NFL Draft now come and gone, we recap which team(s) in the first round got the best value or got a steal. What are Stephen's thoughts on Christian Hackenberg going to the New York Jets and not the Houston Texans?
The NBA Playoffs are heating up in both conferences, especially in the West. The Oklahoma City Thunder escaped with a game 2 victory in San Antonio with a little help from the referees. But both sides got away with some no calls. Should Golden State keep resting Steph Curry if they keep beating Portland?
In the East, are we destined for a Miami/Cleveland Eastern Conference Finals matchup? NBA fans sure hope so. And so does LeBron.
Cleveland hit 25 3's against Atlanta in game 2, they made 16 2-point shots. Is this the new style the Cavs are going to play with? Or was it a result of how Atlanta played defense?
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