(Listen) Michael Scott’s Final Take #11

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Tomlin, and Former Browns GM Add Layers To Garrett/Rudolph Helmet, “N-Word” Incident

Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin appeared on ESPN’s First Take early Monday morning to express his distaste for another allegation issued by Cleveland Browns Defensive End Myles Garrett this past weekend. Those allegations stem from an incident last November that saw Garrett strike Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Mason Rudolph over the head with a helmet

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✴ Podcast Release 📲: Final Take #10

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Tua’s Hip Healing: Lions In “Power Position” With 3rd Pick In NFL Draft

When the 85th annual NFL Draft kicks off April 23 in Las Vegas, the Detroit Lions will be in a position of great leverage. The foregone conclusion that quarterback Joe Burrow and edge-rusher Chase Young will be the first two players selected with the event’s first two picks puts the morbid franchise in the driver’s

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[Listen] Grading and Analyzing the Mookie Betts/Dodgers Trade

Mookie Betts will be packing his bags and moving from coast to coast this offseason. Late Tuesday night, ESPN’s MLB Insider Jeff Passan reported via Twitter that the Boston Red Sox were trading their star outfielder to the Los Angeles Dodgers. According to sources, Boston trades Betts and injury-plagued Starting Pitcher David Price to Los

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Unlike Tua, Stafford is the Lions’ “Quarterback of the Future”

If you actually believe that the Detroit Lions will be trading Matthew Stafford prior to next season, then you are delusional.  Detroit media figures like Mike Valenti and Bob Wojnowski have both pitched the idea of the team entering a full rebuild next season. Both have suggested the Ford’s ship away their longtime quarterback to

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Vick: ESPN Explores QB’s Struggles Leading To Dog-Fighting Crimes in 2-Part Film Doc

“I was just poppin’ dude’s ACL’s left and right. I feel bad ‘cause a couple of those guys would be high draft picks and end up not going as high ‘cause of the injuries they sustained in that game, but when you put me on that turf man I was dangerous. Really dangerous” Michael Vick

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A Millennial Pays His Respects To Kobe Bryant

Growing up as a millennial basketball fan it was easy to be reminded of his greatness on a daily basis. Often times, it was near impossible to walk through the lunchroom at school without hearing someone shout his name. Turning your head in the direction of the individual shouting this name, you’d often find either

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