Pittsburgh Steelers Cruise Rescues Raft Full Of Refugees In Gulf Of Mexico

Passengers of The Legends of Pittsburgh Cruise turned heroes after saving a homemade raft full of people floating in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico.

Pittsburgh Steelers player James Harrison, who was on board the craft, uploaded photos of the dramatic rescue of the 16 refugees.

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The cruise started in Miami headed to Cozumel and Harrison’s joined by teammate Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Pirate Manny Sanguillen and Penguin Francois Leroux just to name a few. h/t tmz Continue reading

Dozens Of Bronco Fans Exit Game To Find Cars Towed

Dozens of elated Denver Broncos fans received a rude awakening after finding their cars had been towed during the game.

Denver may have gotten a win in their season opener Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, but some fans who didn’t follow the parking rules around the stadium, lost out big time.

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“I just saw cars getting, just like 2 cars to a tow truck. Continue reading

ESPN Analyst: Johnny Manziel Is A RAGING ALCOHOLIC

Skip Bayless, ESPN‘s star analyst just explained the REAL issue(s) with Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel – saying that Johnny is an alcoholic – and a liar.

Bayless made the shocking comments hosting ESPN’s popular sports wrap-up show “First Take.”

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Bayless told Stephen A. Smith he’s spoken with many people “in and around the Cleveland Browns” organization and is convinced the 22-year-old has a serious drinking problem. Continue reading

Janay Rice: Who am I to put my hands on somebody?

Janay Rice is talking for the first time about her husband, Ray Rice, clocking her in an elevator.

ESPN agreed to hold the interview until after the U.S. District judge issued their ruling on her husband’s future with the NFL.


In the interview, Janay says she doesn’t remember what she and Ray were fighting about in Atlantic City back in February, but says she does remember Ray got physical first. Continue reading

NFL LIED! Elevator Video In Their Possession For THREE MONTHS

Authorities sent the video of Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee in an elevator to the NFL three months ago, though league officials insist they did not view it until this week.

Law enforcement confirmed by playing a voicemail stemming from an NFL office number on April 9. The NFL official can be heard commenting on the video: “You’re right. It’s terrible.”


The law enforcement official, speaking to the AP on condition of anonymity because of the ongoing investigation, says he had no further communication with any NFL employee and can’t confirm anyone watched the video. Continue reading