Kyries Hebert, President of Ky Cares Foundation, has teamed up with New Orleans Saints safety Roman Harper, President of Harper's Hope 4*1 Foundation, to host the 2013 Acadiana All-Star Weekend to benefit children in the Acadiana area.
NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus has a reputation of a celebrity sleazeball who is disliked by many in his line of work, and around the football world. On the other side of the coin are his players. The majority of his clients have praised his work ethic, lauding him for his ability to get more money into their bank account. However, that could begin to change with the recent story of Rosenhaus costing some of his clients millions in a shady casino investment.
Innovative touchdown celebrations are something of a dying art, thanks to the No Fun League’s penalties on excessive showboating. $10,000 fines have a way of making a player think twice before pulling out a prop in the end zone.
Tom Hanks’s character Jimmy Dugan famously said in ‘A League Of Their Own’ that “There’s no crying in baseball.” But that warning hasn’t stopped some of professional sports’ top players from showing their softer side from time to time.
Sometimes professional athletes just can’t walk away from the game they love, even if they that means seeking out a smaller stage to prove they still have some skills. Here are 10 athletes who’ve done just that — tried to come back by playing in a lesser league.
Athletes carry an aura of invincibility that seems to make their fans think that just because they can jump high, run like lightning or throw a ball the length of a small subdivision, that means they can do just about anything. This leads to the music industry automatically assuming that they can also sing.
The Indianapolis Colts, which has been one of the NFL’s most respected and successful franchises over the last decade, continued their massive freefall last weekend by dropping to 0-9, following an ugly 31-7 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.
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