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Ben loves sports so much but prefers watching other people do it. He prefers not to share what teams he's supporting but he is willing to admit that Lebron James is, in fact, the king.

Travis Kelce Says He Intends to Continue Playing “Until the Wheels Fall Off”

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce in 2017
Don’t expect Kansas City Chiefs star tight end Travis Kelce to announce his retirement anytime soon. Kelce has played for 11 seasons in the NFL and will turn 35 in October. But, it appears that the nine-time Pro Bowler isn’t thinking about the end of his career just yet and believes he still has plenty left in the tank. “I’m gonna...

49ers’ Christian McCaffrey to Appear on the Cover of “Madden NFL 25”

Christian McCaffrey with Panthers in December 2019
San Francisco 49ers’ star running back Christian McCaffrey will grace the cover of the latest edition of the popular video game series Madden NFL. McCaffrey had his arguably best year as a pro in 2023, rushing for a career-high 1,459 yards and 14 touchdowns while also adding 67 catches for 594 yards and seven TDs. He was honored with the...

NY Giant’s TE Darren Waller Retires From the NFL at the Age of 31

Darren Waller with the Raiders in 2019
The New York Giants’ tight end Darren Waller announced his retirement from the NFL. Waller is walking away at the age of 31 after playing in the league for eight seasons. Waller’s retirement doesn’t come as a surprise. The former Pro Bowler hinted earlier in the season that he is considering ending his football career.  Waller shared his retirement decision through...

Yankees’ Star Slugger Juan Soto is Dealing With Elbow Inflammation, Will Avoid IL

Juan Soto with the Washington Nationals in 2019
The New York Yankees’ star slugger Juan Soto will be sidelined for several days as he’s dealing with elbow inflammation. But the good news for the Yankees and Soto is that the injury isn’t considered serious enough to warrant a stint on the Injured List. Soto first experienced issues with his forearm during Thursday’s 9-5 win over the Minnesota Twins....

49ers Sign RB Christian McCaffrey to 2-Year, $38 Million Extension

Christian McCaffrey with Panthers in December 2019
The San Francisco 49ers are often mentioned as a team that values running backs more than the rest of the league. This is why it doesn’t come as a surprise that they are giving their star back Christian McCaffrey a new lucrative deal. The 49ers announced that McCaffrey inked an extension, but didn’t disclose the details of the agreement. The...

PSV’s Hirving Lozano Set to Sign with San Diego FC on a DP Contract

Hirving Lozano in 2019
San Diego FC, which is set to make its MLS debut in 2025, has just secured its first big-name player. According to multiple reports, San Diego is set to sign PSV Eindhoven’s Hirving Lozano. Lozano, who also plays for Mexico’s national team, is expected to sign a designated player contract with a reported salary of up to $9 million annually....

Buffalo Bills Sign Olympic Gold Medal Wrestler Gable Steveson

Sensei Paul Misir and Gable Steveson in 2021
The Buffalo Bills announced an intriguing addition to their roster on Friday. The team signed former Olympic gold medal-winning wrestler Gable Steveson to play defensive tackle. Steveson, who hasn’t played football at any level before, inked a standard three-year rookie contract with the Bills. https://twitter.com/BuffaloBills/status/1796606334609285599 Steveson, who competed in freestyle wrestling, has an impressive resume that includes a 40-6 record. He won...

LA Clippers Sign Head Coach Tyronn Lue to 5-Year, $70 Million Contract

Tyronn Lue at the Coach Woodson Las Vegas Invitational Party in 2016
The Los Angeles Clippers announced on Wednesday that they have signed their head coach Tyronn Lue to a new long-term contract extension. The Clippers didn't disclose the financial terms of the deal, but The Athletic' Shams Charania reports that it made Lue one of the highest-paid head coaches in the league. Reportedly, the contract is for five years and worth...

Rafael Nadal Eliminated in the First Round of the 2024 French Open

Rafael Nadal at the French Open Tennis Championships in 2019
Rafael Nadal couldn’t put together a big comeback at the 2024 French Open. The man who won the Roland-Garros a record 14 times has been eliminated in the first round of this year’s tournament by Alexander Zverev. Battling a number of injuries, Nadal only managed to make three tournament appearances in 2024 prior to the French Open. Additionally, he missed...

Cavaliers Fire Head Coach J.B. Bickerstaff Despite a Deep Playoff Run

J.B. Bickerstaff in 2016.
The Cleveland Cavaliers fired their head coach, J.B. Bickerstaff, bringing his stint with the franchise to an end after five seasons. Bickerstaff led the Cavs to a 48-34 record and fourth-seed in the Eastern Conference while also reaching the East semifinals. This was the first time in six years that the Cavs made it past the first round. However, this...

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