Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Peppers regrets leaving Panthers, says Chicago BBQ sucks

As the Bears approach the close of the 2010 season, many players are reflected on changes in the past year. Key off-season free agent acquisition Julius Peppers has been an anchor of one of the toughest defenses in the league, but the lucrative contract-signing came one critical mistake for the North Carolina native who was forced to leave his favorite barbecue restaurants behind in the Carolinas.

Danica Patrick cuts NASCAR schedule by one race, hopes to be full-time driver by...

On Monday at Daytona International Speedway, Danica Patrick revealed she’s cutting her extremely unproductive NASCAR racing schedule to just 12 races in 2011 at the instruction of her owner Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

Trevor Bayne starts full-time ride at Piggly-Wiggly bakery after Daytona 500 win

After the unknown driver's first career Sprint Cup win in the Daytona 500, offers for sponsorships and jobs fell at the newly famed racer's feet.

National magazine gives Cowboys ‘Doodie Award’; says Josh Hamilton is A-OK

“Highlights for Children” magazine announced it cannot recommend that children root for the Dallas Cowboys in 2009.

NASCAR announces participation in UFC 131 amid recent driver feuds

NASCAR made an announcement this morning that it no longer had "no choice" in how the drivers dealt with their off-track feuds. Instead, officials announced they would provide an instrument for channeling their negative energy by having the most recent feuding drivers participate in the next UFC 131 pay-per-view event.

Cam Newton’s father admits his son has been given millions in cash to play...

Following a record-breaking debut by rookie QB Cam Newton Sunday, the Carolina Panthers were rocked by allegations that Cam's father Cecil Newton sought substantial sums of money in return for his son playing for a major professional team.

NBA preview: Charlotte Bobcats

Why They Might Be Good: Creaky Charlotte co-owner Michael Jordan will not be taking the court. "I very badly wanted to play," Jordan griped. "I'm in great shape. I've never shot better. But [Bobcats majority owner] Robert Johnson said that if he sees me in a pair of sneakers, he'll club me like a baby seal." Also, oddly versatile swingman Gerald Wallace is a legitimate threat to get a sextuple-double each night.