The Benoit Tragedy: Ten Years Later 

It was the darkest moment in the history of professional wrestling. On June 25, 2007, Fayetteville County (GA) police were called by the WWE to do a welfare check on one of their superstars Chris Benoit. Benoit had missed two live events, one including a pay-per view. When they got to his suburban Atlanta mansion... Continue Reading →

Carmelo and DWade to Cleveland?

The rumors have already started flying around the NBA world about Knicks forward and Bulls guard Dwyane Wade's futures with their respective teams.  Knicks president Phil Jackson insinuated in a tv interview on Wednesday that Carmelo's tenure with the organization is coming to an end sooner rather than later. Despite opting in for another season... Continue Reading →

Cavs and David Griffin to part ways

The Cleveland Cavaliers and general manager David Griffin will part ways. The news was first reported by ESPN's Brian Windhorst. Yahoo Sports and the Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski also confirmed the news and added that Griffin and Cavs owner Dan Gilbert "couldn't agree on the future." Griffin's contract was set to expire on June 30th and... Continue Reading →

Myles Garrett diagnosed with lateral foot sprain

Browns rookie defensive end Myles Garrett was diagnosed with a lateral foot sprain, the team announced on Saturday. The injury happened on Wednesday during the team's mandatory minicamp session and didn't participate during the final practice on Thursday. He was spotted in a walking boot on Friday during a charity event, leaving people wondering how... Continue Reading →

Breaking down the Browns QB competition 

We're about six weeks away from the beginning of training camp across the NFL but this week is mandatory minicamp for the Cleveland Browns. Once again there's a QB competition in the Dawg Pound and with the Cavs season over, people are starting to focus on the three options for that starting role. No offense... Continue Reading →

What’s next for the Cavs? 

It was a tough ending for the Cavaliers season on Monday night, losing to the Golden State Warriors 129-120 and ending the NBA Finals four games to one.  Cleveland put up a tough fight but they couldn't match the firepower that Golden State has in their arsenal.  Immediately following the game, speculation began as to... Continue Reading →

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