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QBs Recovering from Offseason Surgeries as NFL Training Camps Open

It has been an off-season of recuperation for a number of NFL quarterbacks who underwent surgery in recent months. With training camps now getting into full swing, all eyes will be on these recovering stars, whose health is critical to their teams’ success in the upcoming NFL season.

With the 2014 World Cup less than 30 days away, the anticipation and excitement levels continue to grow across the world as the best nations and players are set to take center stage in the most prestigious tournament in football. It is around this time that the national manager from each of the

The NFL's Top Quarterbacks: Week 3 PerformancesAs the 2013 NFL season kicks into Week 3 of the current NFL season, it is well worth taking a closer look at the league's best quarterbacks. Sports fans who love to bet on football know just how important it is for successful team to have a quarterback who can lead an offense around the field,
College Football Playoffs May Mean Push for Athlete Pay

The recently announced college football playoff system will mean big money for major college teams with some experts guessing that it could amount to as much as half a billion dollars per year in television rights alone.

News of such an eye-popping figure has prompted Texas coach Mack Brown

Last week a federal appeals court decided to decline reviving an antitrust suit brought by two former college football players against the NCAA. The two men lost their scholarships after suffering injuries and claimed that they were wrongly denied multiyear scholarships which could have covered

Jerry Sandusky’s defense team finished with their case today without Sandusky taking the witness stand, something some court watchers had expected to happen given the direction of the defense so far. By advancing a theory of a psychological personality disorder some thought

Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier today announced that the team has signed forward Joel Armia to a three-year, entry-level contract. 

Armia (6’3”, 192 lbs., 5/31/93) was Buffalo’s first-round pick (16th overall) in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft and the first right wing selected in

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