Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Nominees

The Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award presented by Nationwide is a representation of players who impacted their communities off the field. This has been an honor watching these outstanding men who represent the NFL’s best on and off the field,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. “Our players have a unique platform to

Soul-N-Sports: Best and Worst of the Weekend NFL WWE Talk

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Russell Westbrook locked in for Christmas as Thunder host Timberwolves

Westbrook will have a better Christmas than 4th of July Russell Westbrook will have a better Christmas than Independence Day. However, it was that day where the Oklahoma City Thunder (17-12) officially became his team. July 4th, 2016, his tag team partner, Kevin Durant announced to the world that he would

The Most Important Sport in Each Decade Since 1960

Each decade, there has been a major sport that stands out among the others. Owners and General Managers make moves to position their teams to win multiple championships. Those teams become known as dynasties. These dynasties have often made the sport stand out. When that sport stands out, it brings everyone

Who is Roger McDowell, the Orioles New Pitching Coach

Roger McDowell is a Former Player Roger McDowell joined the Orioles coaching staff this week. He assumed the duties of pitching coach after Dave Wallace stepped down.  McDowell spent 12 years in the MLB. His career numbers are as follows: 70-70, 3.30 ERA, and 159 saves.  He came in 6th place

Monopoly: the 2016 MLB Free Agency Edition

The window to accept qualifying offers has closed, meaning it is time to get into the heat of Major League Baseball’s free agency. This means it's time for teams to spend money like they are playing Monopoly. Notable players that declined qualifying offers in search of mega-deals include outfielders Mark Trumbo, Dexter Fowler,