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Cleveland Indians Seek Feedback on 'Chief Wahoo' Logo

Cleveland Indians Seek Feedback on 'Chief Wahoo' Logo

The intensifying debate over the Washington Redskins nickname seems to have prompted at least one other professional club, the Cleveland Indians, to reassess their usage of Native American imagery in their logo. At the end of every season, the Cleveland

Giants Get First Win of Season Against Vikings

Giants Get First Win of Season Against Vikings

In a game without much offensive production from either team, the New York Giants defeated the Minnesota Vikings 23-7 to give the Giants their first win of the season. Eli Manning completed 23 of 39 passes for 200 yards and

Texans Fans Cheer QB Matt Schaub Injury

Texans Fans Cheer QB Matt Schaub Injury

When Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub went down with an ankle injury during Sunday’s 38-13 loss, some fans at Texans’ Reliant Stadium cheered when they saw Schaub on the ground. The volume of the cheers increased as backup QB T.J.

Boston Marathon Victims Learning to Run Again

Boston Marathon Victims Learning to Run Again

Not willing to be held down for long, Boston Marathon bombing victims are learning to run once again. Several of the severely wounded victims of the April 15 terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon have been attempting to run on

Cubs Fire Manager Dale Sveum After Two Seasons

Cubs Fire Manager Dale Sveum After Two Seasons

The Chicago Cubs have fired manager Dale Sveum after only two seasons of work after the club finished last in the NL Central for the first time in seven years. In Sveum’s two-year tenure as manager, the Cubs have lost

Wilfork Out for Season with Torn Achilles

Wilfork Out for Season with Torn Achilles

The New England Patriots won Sunday night’s road game against the Atlanta Falcons, but lost their difference maker in the middle on defense, defensive tackle Vince Wilfork, possibly for the rest of the year, with a torn right Achilles. The

Chargers WR Malcom Floyd OK After Scary Hit

Chargers WR Malcom Floyd OK After Scary Hit

San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd was released from the hospital and flew back to San Diego with the team Sunday night after being sandwiched by three Eagles and laying motionless on the field for several minutes. Floyd was

Ndamukong Suh Facing Disciplinary Action from NFL

Ndamukong Suh Facing Disciplinary Action from NFL

Detroit Lions Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has become familiar with the NFL’s disciplinary protocol over his three-year career. Drafted in 2010, Suh has been ejected from a game, received a two game suspension, and paid numerous fines for his controversial

Dolphins' $60M WR Mike Wallace Unhappy After Week 1 Win

Dolphins' $60M WR Mike Wallace Unhappy After Week 1 Win

The most expensive wide receiver signing of 2013, Miami Dolphins’ Mike Wallace, is already unhappy in South Beach. Wallace signed a 5-year, $60-million contract with the Dolphins but was disgruntled after the team’s week 1 win over the Cleveland Browns.

Tebow to Canada?

Tebow to Canada?

With Tim Tebow’s tenure in New England having come to an end Saturday during the final round of roster cuts, the question becomes what is next for the relentlessly driven quarterback? Tebow has become a polarizing figure in sports, both

WVU Scrapes Past William and Mary 24-17

WVU Scrapes Past William and Mary 24-17

West Virginia struggled mightily in their season opener, but ultimately prevailed 24-17 over the William and Mary Tribe of the FCS. In their second season in the Big XII, the West Virginia Mountaineers might face an uphill battle. William and

Report: Robert Griffin III Will Start Week 1

Report: Robert Griffin III Will Start Week 1

Reports from sources close to Robert Griffin III indicated on Wednesday that he will start in the Redskins’ opener on Monday Night Football against Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles. Griffin has practiced for the past two weeks of Redskins training camp

NFLPA Files Grievance Against Patriots for Hernandez

NFLPA Files Grievance Against Patriots for Hernandez

The NFLPA has filed a grievance on behalf of Aaron Hernandez against the New England Patriots for off-season workout bonus money that the Players Association says is owed to the former tight end. Hernandez is currently in prison after being

Buffalo Bills Sign Matt Leinart

Buffalo Bills Sign Matt Leinart

The Buffalo Bills have been hit hard in the preseason by injuries at arguably the most important position on offense–quarterback. Yesterday, the Bills took steps to secure their depleted QB depth chart by signing former Heisman trophy winner Matt Leinart,

Report: Allen Iverson to Officially Retire

Report: Allen Iverson to Officially Retire

Former NBA MVP Allen Iverson is reportedly set to announce a final retirement from basketball in the coming days. The extremely athletic point guard out of Georgetown who had an infamous distaste for practice last played professional basketball in 2011 in

Ryan Dempster Suspended 5 Games for Hitting A-Rod

Ryan Dempster Suspended 5 Games for Hitting A-Rod

A five-game suspension and a fine have been given to Red Sox starting pitcher Ryan Dempster for hitting Yankee third baseman Alex Rodriguez inSunday night’s contest. Major League Baseball ruled Dempsterintentionally hit Rodriguez with a 92-mph fastball on a 3-0

Dolphins' Tight End Dustin Keller Out for Season

Dolphins' Tight End Dustin Keller Out for Season

Every NFL team’s worst nightmare is to lose a key player for the season in a meaningless preseason contest. Last night, the Miami Dolphins had this fear realized when tight end Dustin Keller went down with a frightening knee injury.