Tom Brady sits dejected during Super Bowl LII

Sunday’s Super Bowl is the lowest rated since Super Bowl XLIV in 2010. Football fans tuned out in droves rather than watch the Philadelphia Eagles win their first Vince Lombardi trophy in the team’s history.

The Eagles upset Tom Brady and the New England Patriots by a score of 41-33 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

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Rapper Cardi B (L) and Offset attend the 2018 Maxim Party co-sponsored by blu

Hip-hop stars Cardi B, Migos and Post Malone were among the stars performing at Maxim’s 2018 Super Bowl Party, where thousands of guests partied prior to the Big Game. The event was co-sponsored by blu in Minneapolis, Minn. on Saturday.

Cardi is pictured with her fiancé Offset of Migos.

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Sean Combs Nipey Hussle KRON4 News

Sean Combs received a wake up call on Monday from the younger generation who no longer know who he is or take him seriously. It’s a humiliating new world for aging stars like Combs and JAY-Z, both 48, who are nearing retirement age.

KRON 4 News anchor Darya Folsum angered Combs’ fans when she aired a phone call from fellow news anchor Henry Wofford, who laughed at the media mogul’s latest PR stunt to buy a NFL team.

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Seahawks sit for the national anthem before game vs Rams

The Seattle Seahawks sat down for the National Anthem prior to the start of their NFC West matchup against the Los Angeles Rams at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on Sunday. The Seahawks left their hearts on the bench prior to their blow out loss to the Rams 42-7.

“We weren’t ready to play, enough,” Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson said after the game.

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Michael Bennett

Things got ugly on Sunday in the waning minutes of the Seattle Seahawks 30-24 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, which saw multiple players ejected and Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll assessed an unsportsmanlike penalty.

With 10 minutes left in the game, the Seahawks were mounting another comeback after being down 27-10 to the Jaguars.

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President Trump Roger Goodell

Stephen A. Smith says President Donald Trump “successfully hijacked” the NFL protests because the NFL refused to let him own a team. The ESPN “First Take” co-host said Trump “has won this round” after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sent a memo to all 32 teams, saying “Everyone should stand” during the National Anthem.

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