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Archive for June 11th, 2012

Bob Arum: “In all the years that I have been in boxing I’ve never seen a more ridiculous decision”

Monday, June 11th, 2012

Bob Arum and people all around boxing have summed up what happened Saturday night between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley perfectly already. It was an absolute travesty. It was an injustice to the sport, to the fighters and to all of the fans that spent money on the fight. For ...

Robin Ventura Doesn’t Have an Innings Limit on Pitcher Chris Sale

Monday, June 11th, 2012

Last year was a rough one for the Chicago White Sox. Not only did they finish with a record under .500 but they also finished 16 games out of first place in the AL Central and Ozzie Guillen was on his way out of the windy city because the drama ...

Adrian Wilson on the Arizona Defense: “We Feel Like We’re the Best Unit on Our Team”

Monday, June 11th, 2012

The Arizona Cardinals made some major strides last year, especially on defense, despite a few major injuries. All-Pro safety Adrian Wilson, for example, spent much of the season playing with a torn biceps tendon. This year, the Cardinals are healthy early, and Wilson's looking to get back to his superstar ...

Russell Wilson Isn’t Afraid of Competition or Winning the Starting Job in Seattle

Monday, June 11th, 2012

The Seattle Seahawks were always going to have a quarterback battle. They brought in Matt Flynn, a touted free agent who had backed up Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay, to go along with returning starter Tarvaris Jackson. Russell Wilson, however, is out to try and make it a three-man race. Wilson, ...

Jay Cutler would be ‘Shocked’ if Matt Forte is not in Training Camp, Claims Bears Offense was Inflexible Under Mike Martz

Monday, June 11th, 2012

Chicago Bears football just got a lot more interesting: Jay Cutler has now become the marquee attraction on and off the field. The Bears quarterback has signed a multi-year agreement that has solidified that he will be a weekly guest on ESPN 1000's "Waddle & Silvy Show" between noon-1 p.m. CT ...

NFL Officials Locked Out: Referee Mike Carey Discusses what he’d like to see Accomplished

Monday, June 11th, 2012

For the second straight offseason, the NFL has a lockout on its hands. One year after locking out players, the league has locked out officials and says it plans to hire replacement officials in case a deal can't be struck on a new collective bargaining agreement with the NFL Referees Association. Talks ...