Jearid Irvin not only helped kids learn basketball, he also coached youth football. Friends said he spent a lot of time working to get the kids on his teams everything they need — from shoes and uniforms to food.
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- NBC Sports Washington
Charles Mann told the Sports Junkies on Wednesday that he is "not happy" with the new name that Washington settled on.
- Ravens Wire
Multiple Ravens' players reacted on Twitter to Antonio Brown posting a picture of himself in a Baltimore jersey
- Kansas City Star
”I just wish I could do what I want without getting attacked every week,” tweeted Brittany Matthews, co-owner of Kansas City Current and fiancee of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
- Vikings Wire
Mark and Zygi Wilf release a statement on Vikings new GM Kwesi Adofo-Mensah
- Fighting Irish Wire
It’s exactly the game you’re thinking about
- Browns Wire
For the second time this year, Garrett shared that showing off his impressive physique seems to have led to a PED test:
- The Clarion Ledger
Mississippi hunter said he's now a firm believer that just because a big buck isn't captured on camera doesn't mean one isn't there.
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
Here's how Paul Daugherty sees the game shaking out Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.
- Idaho Statesman
“You know what?” the real estate broker said. “It’s available for sale or lease.”
- Golf Channel
Danielle Kang's ace was rejected on Thursday, but she's in great shape to again win in back-to-back weeks.
- NBC Sports Boston
Bruins winger Taylor Hall's big hit on Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon during the first period of Wednesday night's game in Colorado was absolutely clean, and yet the Avs' response and postgame comments were a bit ridiculous
- Golf Channel
A dying car tire, self-reflection and a quick turnaround: How Hudson Swafford 'celebrated' his AmEx win
No sooner had Hudson Swafford won the AmEx, then it was time to get ready for this week's early start at Torrey.
- Golf Channel
Don’t be alarmed if Rickie Fowler lacks his usual pop this week at the Farmers Insurance Open.
Massive field of 61 cars entered for the 24-hour race set for January 29-30 at Daytona International Speedway.
“They’re family and they know that,” a source tells PEOPLE of the NFL quarterback and Bachelorette alum
- Knox News | The Knoxville News-Sentinel
Tennessee basketball topped Florida 78-71 on Wednesday night at Thompson-Boling Arena. The teams had a contentious postgame handshake.
It‘s finally here: the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum makes its debut on iRacing Wednesday. The newest track on the NASCAR Cup Series calendar, and one of the most iconic and historic sporting venues in the United States, can now be purchased by all iRacing users. MORE: Full guide to 2022 Busch Light Clash at the […]
- The Daily Beast
Zach GibsonFar-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones claimed to have pleaded the Fifth this week during a closed-door deposition with the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. On Monday evening, in a segment of his InfoWars radio program first flagged by Politico, Jones then proceeded to divulge about his experience during the attempted insurrection and revealed the questions asked of him by the congressional committee.“I just had a very intense experience being interrogat
- The Root
The Jacksonville Jaguars Were Finalizing a Deal to Make Bryon Leftwich Their Head Coach—Until They Weren't
As Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy has proven time and time again, it’s hard out here for a Black man trying to become an NFL head coach. And even once you miraculously reach the promised land—no thanks to the league’s Rooney Rule, which only serves to taunt and further humiliate qualified Black candidates—it’s still an uphill battle—as evidenced by the unjust dismissals of David Culley (who was recently fired as head coach of the Houston Texans) and Brian Flores (who suff
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Well, this is interesting. Long-time Cardinals reporter Mike Jurecki reports that Cardinals executive Adrian Wilson will become the next General Manager of the Jaguars. This necessarily means that current G.M. Trent Baalke won’t be. Jurecki adds that Byron Leftwich will become the head coach of the Jaguars. A league source tells PFT that Leftwich basically [more]