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REPORT: Team Officially Offers Tim Tebow Professional Baseball Contract

Alex Watt, 12Up.com It's only been a day since Tim Tebow held a showcase for MLB scouts to come and see him play baseball and a team has already offered the former NFL player a contract. Yes. A real, professional baseball team wants to pay Tim Tebow to play baseball. The 'Fish have formally offered @TimTebow a spot on the 2016 roster -- READ MORE: https://t.co/KgatBv6C8a pic.twitter.com/tQtFGVsN0l — Bridgeport Bluefish (@BPTBluefish) 31 August 2016 The Bridgeport Bluefish, who play in the independent Atlantic League, have dared to offer Tim Tebow a... Keep Reading

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Colin Kaepernick’s Birth Mother Kind Put Him On Blast Over His National Anthem Decision

Colin Kaepernick?s Birth Mother Kind Put Him On Blast Over His National Anthem Decision

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The rules of soccer are changing!

You knew there was no way Lakers' legend Kobe Bryant was going to end his career quietly, right? Sure enough, the NBA's third all-time leading...

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THE ENTIRE SEATTLE SEAHAWKS TEAM WILL PROTEST THE NATIONAL ANTHEM AT OPENING GAME

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ROBERT GRIFFIN III FIRES BACK AT REDSKINS LEGEND DARRELL GREEN'S CRITICISM

Keely Diven, CSN MID-Atlantic Redskins Hall of Famer Darrell Green criticised Robert Griffin III's personal choices on the Sports Junkies Wednesday morning. A little more than 24 hours later, RG3 fired back.  The new Browns quarterback told Jason Reid how he felt about Green's comments. Griffin's response: "Darrell hadn’t approached me about anything. I considered him a friend, so that’s disappointing." — Jason Reid (@JReidESPN) September 7, 2016 Here is video of Griffin's comments at Browns' practice, from Cleveland.com's Browns reporter Mary Kay Cabot... Keep reading...

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Ray Lewis has some advice for Colin Kaepernick on his flag protest

Eric Edholm, Yahoo Sports “I understand what you're trying to do…take the flag out of it.” — @raylewis to Colin Kaepernick pic.twitter.com/XPYpJ9L3mE — UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) September 8, 2016 Everyone has an opinion on Colin Kaepernick these days. Ready for another one? When Ray Lewis speaks, it’s usually with passion and purpose — so we were curious to hear his take on Kaepernick’s protest of the national anthem, choosing to take a knee instead of standing for the flag. Keep reading...

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Matthew McConaughey Gave The Texas Longhorns An Awesome Motivational Speech Before Their Upset Win Vs Notre Dame

JORGE ALONSO , brobible On Sunday night, the Texas Longhorns beat the No. 10-ranked Notre Dame in Austin, Texas on Sunday night in what is the biggest win for UT in quite some time. Before the game, University of Texas alum and Academy Award winner, Matthew McConaughey, gave the team an amazing motivational speech before their showdown against the Fighting Irish. Matthew McConaughey gave the Longhorns a pregame speech, they can't lose:#NDvsTexpic.twitter.com/u7MCAgxu51 — Cody Rohlfing (@Cody_Rohlfing) 5 September 2016 Keep Reading  

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WATCH: Skip Bayless makes crazy prediction about the Dallas Cowboys

Patrik Walker, 247 Sports .@RealSkipBayless thinks the Cowboys could be Super Bowl bound. @ShannonSharpe isn't sold. #undisputed pic.twitter.com/3tnjcjOOrh — UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) September 6, 2016 Bayless is sold on the fact the Cowboys will make a Super Bowl run, whereas Sharpe says they won't even make the playoffs... Keep reading...

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The NFL Has an Age Problem

Kevin Clark, The Ringer And you’re seeing the effects on the field. The players are younger than ever, the football is worse than ever, and the causes aren’t going away. If you’re worried about the level of play in the NFL, you have an unlikely ally: coaches and executives. “Everything from defensive linemen not knowing where their eyes should be looking, not knowing where blocks are coming from,” said Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh. “Defensive backs not recognizing routes, not knowing how to burst, stop, start, and change direction so they don’t tear their ACLs. Offensive linemen not knowing where blitzers are coming from. Just not a lot of technique anywhere.” It’s rare for NFL coaches and executives to agree en masse on anything, but these days, nearly all of them seem to be fretting about a new and game-changing trend: The NFL is getting dangerously young due to changes at both ends of the age spectrum, with record numbers of less experienced rookies entering the league and veterans getting the boot. “This is a real serious concern,” Harbaugh said. “Not just for the quality of the game, but for the well-being of these young guys coming into the NFL.” Keep Reading