There has been lots of rumors concerning the curious benching of New England Patriots Corner Malcolm Butler in Super Bowl 52.
Rumors ranging from marijuana possession, missing team practices, to missing curfew.
Butler toke time to set the record straight.
Craziness is happening in the NFL couple of days removed from the Super Bowl. Offensive Coordinator Josh McDaniels has taken back his word on becoming the Indianapolis Colts Head Coach.
News is swirling around the league that Owner Bob Kraft contacted McDaniels to sweetene the deal for him returning as the offensive coordinator of the New England Patriots.
Here’s what others around the league seem to thing.
JuJu Smith Schuster gave Vontaze Burfict exactly what he deserve by knocking him clean out.
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I’m not buying it BRUH!!!
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Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones is in legal battle with Commissioner Roger Goodell. He’s trying to make sure his star running back Ezekiel Elliott doesn’t have to serve a six game suspension that was impose on him for alleged domestic violence.
Quite frankly I wish both would just sthu, go away and get this BS over with.
That’s just Mad Mikes opinion.
I’d like to know how the fans feel on this issue. Here are 10 of my favorite fan tweets.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has hired high-powered attorney David Boies in an attempt to block a contract extension for NFL commissioner Roger Goddell.
NFL board owners have come to an agreement on a potential extension. The board goes as follows…
Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank New York Giants owner John Mara New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft
Pittsburgh Steelers owner Art Rooney Houston owner Robert McNair.
Jones has threatened to file a suit if Goodell’s contract isn’t tabled by Friday. Obviously Jones is still upset with how Goddell has handled Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension and wants to be as difficult as he possibly can.
Stay tuned for more on this story and other breaking sports stories. Ya boy Mad Mike is OUT!!!
I’m just going to be real for a second and say exactly what I’m thinking about the Ezekiel Elliott ongoing situation with the NFL.
Get this bullshit over and done with. I’m sick of Jerry Jones, I’m sick of Roger Goodell, I’m sick of ESPN carrying this story, I’m sick of hearing Cowboy fans bitch and complaining about how unfair Ezekiel Elliott is bring treated.
Man get this BS over and done with so I can get back to covering real news, like Donald Trump Twitter account being deleted by a former employee.
Well maybe not….lol! I’m tired of the back and forth.
Here are a couple of tweets from the lastest developing news on Ezekiel Elliott’s Suspension.
Zeke statement on why he won’t give up and take his suspension.
Terrible news out of the NFL Houston Texans starting quarterback Deshaun Watson suffered a possible torn ACL at practice.
Here’s confirmation from many sources around the league.
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Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott lost an attempt to block a potential 6 game suspension Monday when U.S. District Attorney Judge Katherine Polk Failla denied a request for a preliminary injunction hearing between the NFL and NFL players association.
Her ruling gave both parties the opportunity to consider appellate options.
Which basically means appeals court.
That’s right, Ezekiel Elliott’s 6 game suspension is AGAIN in effect.
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In case you missed it all. The latest development surrounding controversial figure Aaron Hernandez is out and causing quite a bit of stir up. Lawyers Jose Baez stated that Aaron Hernandez… (Who allegedly committed suicide in prison)
“We’re told it was the most severe case they had ever seen for someone of Aaron’s age,“
Dr. Ann McKee, the director of the CTE Center at Boston University said Hernandez had stage 3 (out of 4). The disease can cause violent mood swings, depression and other cognitive disorders. Aaron Hernandez was convicted of first degree in 2015 in and sentenced to serve life in prison without the possibility of parole at the the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center. Hernandez was found dead in his prison cell after allegedly hanging himself.
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