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San Franciso 49ers Colin Kaepernick Denies Using N-Word On Field

San Franciso 49ers Colin Kaepernick Denies Using N-Word On Field

Colin Kaepernick, quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers who was fined more than $11,000 last week for allegedly spewing the N-word after exchanging words with Chicago Bears defensive end Lamarr Houston during the fourth quarter of a game, denies the allegations, according to Fox Sports.

The inappropriate language fine that was levied against Kaepernick was categorized as unsportsmanlike, and the 24-year-old, whose Mother is White and Father is African-American, is reportedly upset about the penalty and will allegedly appeal it.

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Vikings’ Peterson Booked, Released in Child Injury Case

Vikings’ Peterson Booked, Released in Child Injury Case

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was booked into jail and released on $15,000 bail early Saturday morning after he was indicted on a felony charge of reckless or negligent injury to a child, ESPN reports.
Peterson reportedly beat his 4-year-old son this summer with a small tree branch as a form of punishment, allegedly causing multiple injuries to the child, according to CBS Houston.

During interviews with police, Peterson referred to the incident as a “whooping,” which occurred in Spring, Texas, in May, the news station reports. He said his son had pushed another of Peterson’s children off a motorbike video game. As punishment, Peterson grabbed a tree branch, which he called a “switch,” removed the leaves and struck the child repeatedly, the news station writes.

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Cowboys spoil home opener for Titans and new coach Whisenhunt

Cowboys spoil home opener for Titans and new coach Whisenhunt

After an impressive season-opening win on the road in Kansas City last week, the Tennessee Titans (1-1) came out flat against the Dallas Cowboys (1-1) on Sunday and the result was a spoiled home debut – the first for head coach Ken Whisenhunt.



In the first half, the Titans rush defense was very ineffective, allowing Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray to look unstoppable. Murray racked up 115 yards in the first half to help power the Cowboys to a 16-0 halftime lead. By game’s end he had amassed 167 total yards on 29 carries with one touchdown.

"He ran hard and he ran downhill,” Dallas head coach Jason Garret said of Murray.

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  • Written by Christopher Hope
  • Category: Original

‘Classic’ matchup golden, even when its silver

‘Classic’ matchup golden, even when its silver

As rivalries go, the annual clash between Jackson State University (JSU) and Tennessee State University (TSU) is, well, a “Classic” – literally.

The two teams of Tigers have battled 48 times, including 24 times in the Southern Heritage Classic. They will face off for their 25th “Classic” matchup on Saturday at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.

When the game kicks off at 6 p.m., JSU will be in full pursuit of ending a two-game losing streak in the yearly encounter. Each team comes into the game with multiple strong points.

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  • Written by Kelley Evans
  • Category: Original

Ray Rice Breaks Silence, Says He Has to Be Strong for His Wife

Ray Rice Breaks Silence, Says He Has to Be Strong for His Wife

Ray Rice broke his silence Tuesday for the first time following his indefinite suspension by the Baltimore Ravens and the NFL, telling an ESPN reporter that his main objective at the moment was to be strong for his wife, Janay, and his family.

“I have to be strong for my wife. She is so strong. ... We are in good spirits. We have a lot of people praying for us, and we’ll continue to support each other,” Rice said.

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Serena Williams Wins U.S. Open For 18th Grand Slam Singles Title

Serena Williams Wins U.S. Open For 18th Grand Slam Singles Title
NEW YORK (AP) — Serena Williams ended a difficult-for-her Grand Slam season in the best way possible, winning her third consecutive U.S. Open title by beating Caroline Wozniacki 6-3, 6-3 on Sunday.
 
Williams equaled Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova with 18 major singles titles, the fourth-most in history. Williams also matched Evert’s total of six championships at the U.S. Open and became the first woman to win three in a row since Evert’s four-title run from 1975-78.

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