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WATCH: Mason Rudolph Calls Myles Garrett a ‘Coward’ for Helmet Attack

Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph called Browns defensive end Myles Garrett a “total coward,” after Garrett tore Rudolph’s helmet off and struck him with it in the waning moments of their game on Thursday Night Football. The incident occurred late in the game after Garrett hit Rudolph late and drove him to the ground. Watch: Here's…

Five Reasons The Canadian Left Hates Hockey Icon Don Cherry

While hockey icon Don Cherry was fired after leftist backlash this week, the former Coach’s Corner co-host has been a thorn in the side of the Canadian left for years. Widely regarded as one of the last true conservatives left in the Canadian mainstream media, Cherry was fired from Hockey Night in Canada on Remembrance…

Sportsnet Fires Hockey’s Don Cherry Over Comments On New Immigrants Ignoring War Veterans

November 11, 2019 6:19 PM ET Sportsnet fired famed hockey broadcaster Don Cherry on Monday over remarks the 85-year-old hockey broadcaster made about new immigrants not honoring military veterans. The sports network released the following statement Monday: “Sports brings people together — it unites us, not divides us,” the statement from Bart Yabsley, Sportsnet president,…

Bryant: NFL’s Veterans Day Events Reveal a ‘Staggering Level of Hypocrisy’

One of ESPN’s senior writers is unhappy with the NFL’s annual recognition of America’s veterans and said the celebration reveals “a staggering level of hypocrisy.” Writing for NBC News, ESPN’s Howard Bryant slammed the National Football League for lauding “America’s war machine” as “part of its business model.” Bryant blasted the NFL’s recognition of our…

Pittsburgh Penguins Captain Gifts Car to Army Veteran

Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby gave the ultimate salute to our veterans this Veterans Day weekend by gifting a car to an Army veteran. Crosby presented a 2019 Honda Passport Elite— which he won back in January at last season’s NHL All Star Game for earning MVP status— to Madeline Malizio, a specialist in the…

Pro Golfer Disqualified After Running Out of Balls in ‘Tin Cup’ Moment

Pro gofer Eddie Pepperell was disqualified Saturday after he ran out of balls during the third round of the Turkish Airlines Open, in a moment that didn’t quite measure up to the famous scene in the movie Tin Cup. As a refresher, in the 1996 Kevin Costner film, Costner’s character had only one ball left…

Washington Nationals’ Kurt Suzuki Becomes Twitter Target After Donning A MAGA Hat

November 04, 2019 6:27 PM ET Washington Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki drew the ire of many on Twitter when, during a celebratory trip to the White House, he put on a MAGA hat. Suzuki and the rest of the team, minus a few players who opted out, joined President Donald Trump for a ceremony recognizing…

Watch Live: President Donald Trump Welcomes Washington Nationals to White House

President Donald Trump will welcome the Washington Nationals to the White House on Monday to celebrate their 2019 World Series victory. The president’s remarks are scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. Eastern . Please let us know if you're having issues with commenting.

Mickelson’s Streak of 26 Years in the Top 50 Comes to an End

SHANGHAI (AP) — The streak ended with little fanfare, and that was just fine with Phil Mickelson. He slashed his way to a tie for 28th in the HSBC Champions, with only 100 or so fans following along. Mickelson played his last nine holes right behind Rory McIlroy, but only because Lefty was in the…

Another Horse Dies at Santa Anita Despite Reform

ARCADIA, Calif. (AP) — The Breeders’ Cup and Santa Anita came within 220 yards of staging a safe weekend of championship racing. It all came down to the $6 million Classic in front of nearly 70,000 fans and a prime-time television audience. The 11-horse field thundered out of the final turn, with favorite McKinzie in…

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