Ben Clarke

Ben Clarke
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.

U.S. Star Christian Pulisic Scores His First Goal for Chelsea Since December

Christian Pulisic of Chelsea in December
United States star winger Christian Pulisic finally managed to end his goalscoring drought for Chelsea, netting in a 2-5 loss to West Bromwich Albion on Sunday. This was his first goal under new manager Thomas Tuchel and also first since early December. Pulisic actually opened the scoring, getting Chelsea in the lead in the...

Victor Oladipo Traded to Miami Heat

Victor Oladipo at the GQ All Star Basketball party in 2018
Miami Heat made a big swing ahead of the NBA's trade deadline sending Avery Bradley and Kelly Olynyk to Houston Rockets for All-Star guard Victor Oladipo. Reportedly, the Heat also agreed to give the Rockets the rights for first-round pick swaps in 2022. The trade was confirmed on Miami's official social...

Buccaneers Extend LT Donovan Smith, Re-Sign DT Ndamukong Suh

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive tackle Donovan Smith (76) in 2017
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers continue having a busy offseason that looks to position them for another Super Bowl run in 2021. According to multiple reports, the Bucs agreed to a new contract extension with left tackle Donovan Smith while also re-signing free-agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. Smith received a two-year, $31.8 million contract extension...

Indians Send Oscar Mercado to Minors after Exhibition Struggles

Cleveland Indians left fielder Oscar Mercado in 2019
When the Cleveland Indians entered the spring training, Oscar Mercado was the overwhelming favorite to be the Opening Day starter in the center field. Weeks later, however, Mercado played himself out from the team's roster entirely. The Indians' manager Terry Francona told reporters on Sunday that Mercado will be sent to minors and play...

Pro Bowler Geno Atkins Released by the Bengals

Geno Atkins with the Bengals in 2019
Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor told reporters on Friday that the team has released defensive tackle Geno Atkins. Atkins is considered as one of the best defensive players in Bengals history, earning eight Pro Bowl selections and four All-Pro honors. He is part of the NFL 2010s All-Decade Team and leaves Cincinnati as...

UFC Lightweight Title Match to Feature Charles Oliveira and Michael Chandler

Michael Chandler with Brie Willett at the CMT Awards in 2017
Dana White finally accepted Khabib Nurmagomedov's decision to retire and leave the UFC lightweight champion belt vacant. White, who serves as UFC's president, told ESPN earlier this week that he recently had another meeting with Nurmagomedov and tried to convince him to fight again. The Dagestani fighter rejected the proposal and prompted the promotion...

Valencia’s Yunus Musah Commits to the United States

Yunus Musah with Valencia in 2021
Valencia's talented midfielder Yunus Musah will represent the United States on an international level. Musah, who previously played for England's youth teams, announced his decision on Monday. Speaking on the US Soccer official website, Musah said that it was an easy decision for him to play in the country he was born. He was...

OKC Thunder Trade Hamidou Diallo to Pistons for Svi Mykhailiuk and a Pick

Hamidou Diallo with OKC in 2021
The Oklahoma City Thunder continue to add draft picks to their ever-growing collection. The latest is a 2027 second-round selection they got for guard Hamidou Diallo in a deal with Detroit Pistons. The Thunder announced the move over the weekend, adding that they also received forward Sviatoslav "Svi" Mykhailiuk as part of the trade.

Za’Darius Smith Wants To Be a “Packer for Life”

Pro Bowl linebacker Za’Darius Smith left no doubt about where he wants to end his NFL career. The 28-year-old player went on Twitter on Wednesday and made sure everyone knows he wants to be "Packer for life." While Smith's tweet seems unprompted, the statement might have something to do with reports that Green Bay...

Ex-Bears Pro Bowl Guard Kyle Long Decides to Unretire

Three-time Pro Bowl guard Kyle Long, who previously played seven seasons with the Chicago Bears, is returning to the NFL after spending one year in retirement. The news was confirmed by Long himself to Green Light Pod's co-host Macon Gunter. According to Gunter, Long, who already found an agent to help him look for...


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